Washington, D.C. –Designating another person to handle one's finances shouldn't bar America's veterans from owning a firearm, according to U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., who cosponsored legislation introduced last week that clarifies a veteran cannot be arbitrarily stripped of their Second Amendment rights without a finding from a judge, magistrate, or other judicial authority. The Veterans' Second Amendment Protection Act was introduced by Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C. Read more: Enzi News Release On Veterans' Second Amendment Protection Act
University of Wyoming Extension is sponsoring five free 4-H day camps in March and April for 4-H and military youths ages 8-18.
Torrington – Yesterdays strong gusty winds created what one Trooper called a “Dirt Blizzard” in eastern Wyoming that resulted in hazardous driving conditions and zero visibility for motorists traveling on US 85 south of Torrington. Read more: Strong Winds Create “Dirt Blizzard”
Charles V Smith (48) of Moorcroft WY, was eastbound on WYO 113. Conditions at the time of the crash were icy roadway and blowing snow. Smith lost control of his vehicle and it crossed the center line going into the westbound lane. Smith then over corrected the vehicles steering which caused the vehicle cross back over the center line going back into the eastbound lane of travel. The vehicle went off the roadway in a broadside slide where it then rolled 1 ½ times going over the right-of-way fence. Smith was not wearing a seat belt and during the rollover was totally ejected from the cab of the pickup. Read more: Fatal Crash 3 miles West of Pine Haven.