Hello, my name is Eve! I am originally from a small town outside of Philadelphia, PA. I came to Wyoming to attend Wyoming Catholic College in Lander, WY. While in college, I loved being in the outdoors and was climbing, ice climbing, and mountain biking when not studying. After graduation, I decided to remain in the Cowboy State. When I am not writing the news, I enjoy hiking, camping, and curling up with a good book.
New Wyoming Laws To Affect Game and Fish
See what changes could affect you this summer!
Wyoming Makes List of Top National Parks
It is no surprise that Wyoming parks made the top ten list.
Univ. of Wyoming Making House out of Coal Derived Material
UW students have found new ways to use coal in Wyoming.
Avian Influenza Found in Wyoming Birds
This zoonotic disease can affect humans.
New Miss Rodeo Wyoming Announced
She will be making her first appearance at the University of Wyoming.
Univ. of Wyoming Faculty Member Dies in Avalanche
The University of Wyoming has lost a beloved professor. On Thursday, March 17th, Ecosystem Science and Management instructor Professor Jay Norton, 61, lost his life while skiing in Northern Wyoming.
Wyoming Joins Other Western States in Joint Response to DOE
On March 17, the Western Inter-States Hydrogen Hub (WISHH) MOU States and the “Collaboratory” submitted a joint response to the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Request for Information (RFI) on the Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs Implementation Strategy. The ...
Univ. of Wyoming Leads Update of Early Learning Standards
Exciting things are happening regarding early education.
Yellow Perch Illegally Stocked in Wyoming Lake
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has found yellow perch in Saratoga Lake as a result of illegal fish stocking and is looking to find the person responsible. Yellow perch are not native to the upper North Platte River watershed. The department is concerned that the yellow perch may escape into the upper reaches of the North Platte River drainage...
Cheyenne’s Frontier Nights Concert Lineup Looks Hot!
See if your favorite artist is playing this year!
Univ. of Wyoming’s Winter Moose Day A Success
For the eighth year running, community scientists helped track moose populations in the mountains outside of Laramie for Winter Moose Day. Fifty-five surveyors, using snowshoes or skis, trekked 25 routes in the Snowy Range and Pole Mountain areas during the Feb...
Wyoming Governor Joins Others in Calling for Energy Independence
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon has joined 25 Republican governors in calling on President Biden today to restore America’s energy independence amidst the crisis In Ukraine. They stated the following: “As governors, we call on President Biden to reverse his policies and restore America’s energy independence for our citizens as well as our allies abroad. By removing his ...