Green River, WY – Down a few players, including Hunter Hicks, the Evanston Outlaws suffered another loss to the Green River Knights on the road, 10-2, Thursday, May 16.
Cheyenne, WY – The Wyoming Highway Patrol will be participating in the nationwide May Mobilization Seat Belt Enforcement campaign, which starts at 12:00 a.m., May 20 and ends at midnight, June 2.
Rock Springs, WY – A relatively new telephone scam surfaced in Rock Springs recently involving medical devices and appliances.
Park City, UT – Investigators from the Utah Attorney General’s Office have arrested former Park City Police Department Officer Robert J. Lucking on numerous felony charges.
Washington, D.C. – Senators Mike Enzi and John Barrasso are standing up for coal and energy workers across Wyoming and the country. They joined other energy state senators this month to introduce legislation that would protect the jobs of thousands of hard-working Americans and stop abusive and unnecessary regulations.
Meridian, ID – An artist’s rendering of the Meridian, Idaho Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been released.
Laramie, WY – “So it’s a little cheaper, it’s less of a hassle, and I think it’s a message from the university to all community college graduates that we know they’re ready to continue with their education if they want to do so.”
Summit County – A new Utah law effecting motorcycle riders went into effect this week.
Signed by Gov. Herbert on April 1st, the new law will allow motorcycles and bicycles to turn left on a red light.
Washington, D.C. – Senator Mike Enzi led a bipartisan group of senators who introduced a bill this week that would allow states the option to collect their own share of federal mineral revenue and protect money that is rightfully owed under the Mineral Leasing Act.
Evanston, WY – A new SARS-like virus is posing a medical mystery. The World Health Organization stated in a release earlier this week that the virus, being referred to as the novel coronavirus, has recently shown up in humans.