Big Horn Basin RC&D Council Plans Busy 2011

Next meeting Tues., Sept. 28, 2010, 1-3 p.m., Town Hall, Basin (209 S. 4th St.) Click to 2011 work plan draft

2nd Annual Community Arts Month Music & Arts Make a Difference

October has been officially proclaimed Community Arts Month by Thermopolis Mayor Bill Malloy and the Town Council.

The Cantrells Special House Concert

V Ranch Selected as 2009 Landowner of the Year

CODY- Jim and Terry Wilson of the V Ranch have been selected to receive the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Cody region Landowner of the Year award. The Wilson’s reside on the V Ranch, northeast of Thermopolis along Kirby Creek. “Their land stewardship efforts, passion for wildlife, willingness to accommodate hunters and their conservation accomplishments […]

KNOW YOUR BEAR!

Cody- The fall archery season for is open in the Absaroka black bear management unit and the firearms season will soon follow–now is a good time for hunters to tune up their bear identification skills. According to Dennie Hammer, Cody region information specialist for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, low light conditions and adverse […]

Why We Took Off Our Corsets: Curious Connection Between Undergarments and Suffrage?

Melanie O’Hara, Laramie, will be guest speaker at a women’s tea, Tues., Oct. 5, at 6 p.m. Hot Springs County Museum, Thermopolis. O’Hara’s topic — “Why We Took Off Our Corsets” — looks at East Coast women who traveled West, settled, and in the process, declared their independence from undergarments that impeded their new-found freedoms. […]

2010 Fall Calendar of Events

ACCESS PROGRAM STILL STRONG IN BIGHORN BASIN

Dennie Hammer, Cody Region Information Specialist, Wyoming Game & Fish Department The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s public access program (Private Lands Public Wildlife program) continues strong in the Big Horn Basin. According to Dan Smith, Cody region access coordinator, 93 Walk-In Areas — over 53,000 acres — will be open to hunters this fall. […]

WHY HARVEST FEMALE BIG GAME ANIMALS?

Dennie Hammer, Cody Region Information Specialist, Wyoming Game & Fish Department Big game populations have the potential for rapid growth under the right conditions. And in a perfect world, most hunters would say the more big game the better; however, our world is not so perfect. There are limits to the number of big game […]

HUNTER MANAGEMENT AREA PERMISSION SLIPS—USE THE INTERNET!

Dennie Hammer, Cody Region Information Specialist, Wyoming Game & Fish Department If you are a Bighorn Basin hunter, you are most likely familiar with the Hunter Management Area (HMA) Program. Hundreds of thousands of acres of private land and landlocked public land are open to hunters just by taking time to obtain a permission slip. […]

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