CHEYENNE—The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is asking gray wolf hunters to take a few minutes and participate in the harvest survey now underway for the 2013 gray wolf season.
Nearly 1,900 surveys are being mailed to both resident and nonresident hunters who held gray wolf licenses. The surveys can be completed online or by filling out the form and mailing it in. Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 January 2014 12:56Read more: Gray Wolf Survey Now Underway
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Magpul Industries has announced that it will relocate its manufacturing, distribution and shipping operations to Cheyenne, Wyoming. Governor Matt Mead expressed his support in helping with the move, which begins immediately and his appreciation for Magpul recognizing the state’s benefits to a manufacturing company.
“Wyoming and Magpul are a great match. The state is looking to expand and diversify its economy. Bringing an innovative and growing manufacturing operation to Wyoming is a significant step for the state. We offer Magpul an attractive tax environment, stable and reasonable regulations, not to mention a firm commitment to uphold the Second Amendment,” Governor Mead said. Last Updated on Friday, 03 January 2014 10:30Read more: Governor Welcomes Magpul Industries to Wyoming
Cheyenne – The new law that went into effect January 1st in the State of Colorado making possession of marijuana legal to sell and possess in that State has generated many questions to our office from the media.
The Wyoming Highway Patrol has no plans to increase patrols on highways near the state line to look for those transporting marijuana into the State from Colorado. It will be business as usual for the Troopers who always are on alert for any criminal activity. Last Updated on Friday, 03 January 2014 07:43Read more: Do Not Bring Your Colorado Purchased Marijuana Into Wyoming
Rock Springs – Occasionally, even law enforcement becomes the victim of impaired driving. This was the case early Sunday morning shortly after 1:00 a.m. as a Trooper sat in his patrol car on the shoulder of Interstate 80 working a previous crash.
The incident occurred approximately 3 miles west of Rock Springs on the eastbound side.
The Trooper's parked vehicle had the emergency lights activated when he noticed a vehicle approaching from behind and encroaching towards his vehicle. The Trooper was able to move his vehicle slightly before the right rear of his patrol vehicle was struck. Last Updated on Thursday, 02 January 2014 11:33Read more: Stopped Patrol Vehicle Struck By Hit & Run Driver