The drive shaft from a semi-trailer truck broke away from the truck, then struck and killed the driver of a passing vehicle 8 miles east of Laramie on Interstate 80 Thursday afternoon according to the Wyoming Highway Patrol.
Wyoming Governor Matt Mead has been asked to serve as co-chair of the National Governor Association’s (NGA) Special Committee on Homeland Security and Public Safety. The committee addresses homeland security, the National Guard and homeland defense, criminal justice and public safety, and veterans’ affairs.
Dave Simonsen is the new Business Ready Community/Community Facilities Grant and Loan Program manager for the Wyoming Business Council. Through these programs Simonsen will be helping provide financing for publicly owned infrastructure that serves the needs of businesses and promotes economic development within Wyoming communities and assisting communities in preserving former school and surplus government facilities that have existing or future community uses.
Another advocate for increased winter-use at Yellowstone National Park stepped forward in Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, who sent a letter to the Yellowstone National Park Superintendent, Daniel Wenk, on Tuesday. In the letter Mead expressed his desire for a winter-use plan that allows more people to visit Yellowstone during the winter months.
Hunters who would like to pick up reduced price licenses for elk, deer and antelope can now purchase them. Available reduced price licenses to both residents and nonresidents include 8,966 cow/calf elk, 13,534 doe/fawn deer and 19,232 doe/fawn antelope.
Wyoming Governor Matt Mead met with the Google Enterprise President, David Girouard, on Wednesday morning to discuss Wyoming being the first state in the country to go Google. On June 20th, all of the state’s employees migrated to Google Apps for Government according to a release from the Governor’s Office.
Mead says the move will save the state of Wyoming an estimated $1 million a year.
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