Northwest College students capture the “pure life” and landscape of Costa Rica in photographs.
The Wyoming Highway Patrol is offering Alive at 25, a free, four-and-a-half hour driver awareness classroom seminar for those ages 15 through 24. The course takes place from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 13 at the Northwest College Fagerberg Building, Room 70.
Free presentation describes the Bighorn Basin’s rich fossil history, and the area’s ongoing contributions to paleontology.
Meteorologist Christopher Jones of the Riverton National Weather Service office, will discuss severe weather, how to spot it coming, and its consequences.
The most ambitious competitors will want to ride on the college and Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association circuits at the same time. And many of those may follow some of Wyoming’s top young cowboys to Texas, where the pro rodeo season is longer and richer than in the Northern Rockies. “I do hear kids say they want to go to Texas and pro rodeo,” said Dan Mortensen, a world champion saddle-bronc rider and the interim head rodeo coach at Northwest College in Powell.