November 5, 2014 — Novice and experienced livestock showmen will compete Saturday, Nov. 15, during the annual Little International Show at the Cliff and Martha Hansen Livestock Teaching Arena southwest of Laramie.
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November 4, 2014 — An environmental engineer for a Wyoming coal company who won the federal government’s most prestigious mining reclamation award will speak to University of Wyoming students this week.
October 31, 2014 — A revised brucellosis-affected herd plan, review of a modeling project for cattle exports and a National Academy of Sciences brucellosis study are among discussion topics at the Governor’s Brucellosis Coordination Team meeting Wednesday, Nov. 12, in Worland.
October 27, 2014 — Longtime 4-H advocate Oliver “Ollie” Hill, a former 4-H program administrator for the University of Wyoming, recently was inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame in recognition of lifetime achievements and dedication to 4-H.
October 21, 2014 — Lack of precipitation, short growing seasons and saline soils containing relatively few nutrients make for scant vegetation in Wyoming’s high deserts.