Through hard work, community involvement, and chapter dedication the Kaycee FFA chapter received the 2019 Wyoming Chapter of the Year award this April.
The Casper FFA students put in a lot of hard work, which paid off when they were announced as the 2018 National Team Winner in Farm Business Management.
Although this can be a stressful time, it is important for FFA members to stay focused and remember to have fun during FFA competitions.
The Shoshoni FFA Chapter is a great example of a Chapter of the Year Finalist. The love and community they built in their own chapter says it all.
The Frontier FFA Chapter is setting the bar high for their students. The swine breeding project has taught the students with hands on experience.
A Jackson Hole, Wyoming ranch, known for its historic beauty and it’s horse whispering demos, said no to rap music last week after hosting a Kanye West event. The Diamond Cross Ranch said while Kayne’s listening party for his new album “Ye” was great exposure for their event business, it drew many complaints from the […]
Our thoughts go out to this Wyoming dairy farm after hearing about this tragic accident involving methane gas Tuesday morning. According to the Laramie County Sheriff’s Department, an employee at the Burnett Dairy Farm near Carpenter was killed when he fell into a well on the property and succumbed to methane fumes at the bottom […]
Country music star Jake Owen joined Polaris Thursday evening in Pinedale, Wyoming, to award the community with the title “RANGER Country USA.” During the event, Polaris unveiled a “RANGER Country USA” mural depicting the RANGER-lifestyle embodied by Pinedale that will live at the town hall along with donations of the all-new RANGER CREW XP 1000 […]
A California man has been arrested after running a multi-state cattle rustling scheme that cost his victims a total of $1.5 million. Tulare County Sheriff’s Agricultural Crimes Detectives recently traveled to Texas to arrest Justin Tyler Greer, 36, for stealing cattle, investment fraud, and embezzlement. “This is 21st Century cattle rustling and embezzlement at the […]
The Laramie County Fire District #2 has determined a heat lamp in a chicken coop was the cause of a fire in Wyoming last week that took out a mobile home, a camper, two older vehicles, and a 20-foot enclosed box trailer. The chickens were able to escape, but officials estimate the damage at $20,000. […]