spring

Health Department: Be Aware of Spring and Summer Allergens
Allergists and national health agency officials are saying that the 2013 spring and summer allergy season could be particularly lengthy and severe. Officials with the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology say increased temperatures throughout the country will cause certain trees, grasse…
Cody Murder Trial Set For Spring 2013
CODY, Wyo. (AP) — A tentative trial date of March 15, 2013, has been set in the first-degree murder case of a Cody man accused of stabbing his wife to death with a screwdriver. Prosecutors have said they intend to seek the death penalty against 29-year-old Myron Friday. An autopsy concluded t…
Spring Fever: U.S. Smashes Heat Record
WASHINGTON (AP) — Call it spring’s fever. Federal records show the U.S. just finished its hottest spring on record. March, April and May in the Lower 48 states beat the oldest spring temperature record by a full 2 degrees. The three months averaged 57.1 degrees, more than 5 degrees abo…
Several Burns In NW Wyoming This Spring
CODY, Wyo. (AP) — Several controlled burns are planned this spring in northwestern Wyoming. Rangers in the Shoshone National Forest want to conduct four burns, including a 500 to 750 acre burn aimed at improving wildlife habitat, regenerating aspen and reducing vegetation that could fuel a wi…
UW Spring Enrollment Up From 2011
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Preliminary figures show the University of Wyoming has enrolled 12,839 students this spring, an increase of more than 130 over last spring. The spring enrollment figures at the state’s only four-year university don’t include many outreach students who are s…