A bison has injured a hiker in Yellowstone National Park. How the bison hurt the unidentified woman Sunday near a trail at the northern end of Yellowstone Lake is unclear. A park spokeswoman describes the injuries as significant.
“We felt it was appropriate to dedicate it so that future generations would recognize that, ‘Hey, this was an important start, and a communications effort to the whole world, right out of here from Cody,’” Hasten observes.
Governor Mark Gordon has announced that up to $6.5 million of remaining CARES Act funds will be used to fund capacity expansion at Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites. This will expand opportunities for people to spend time outside in the state, boost tourism and address overcrowding caused by COVID-19.
The board will receive recommendations to approve the accreditation of 47 school districts, as well as one school district accredited with support for the 2021-22 school year. Additionally, the board will consider the annual accreditation of 13 institutional schools.
The Wyoming Advanced Blockchain Laboratory (WABL) in UW’s Department of Computer Science has not only minted its first block on the Cardano network -- it has minted 121 blocks and counting as of June 15, ramping up its services as Cardano stake pool operators.
As part of UW President Ed Seidel’s restructuring of the university to achieve greater effectiveness and success, UW Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Kevin Carman will hold the title of executive vice president for academic affairs and provost.
Going into restrictions is not taken lightly by the Forest Service. Restrictions are necessary due to dry fuel conditions, persistent fire weather patterns, and the danger of human-caused wildfires from recreation usage across the Forests and Grassland.