Governor Mead and Greg Hill will co chair an executive steering committee to establish a vision and action plan. Greg Hill is a senior executive with the Hess Corporation. As a graduate of the University of Wyoming’s college of engineering, he has been active in multiple efforts to improve programs at UW and across the state..
Then, the final straw. (Background: RV s have holding tanks for the waste water. In a campground, you can be hooked up to the sewer it works pretty much like in a house, or you can collect the waste water in the holding tanks for about four days and then either move the RV to a central dump station or you have a mobile pump out service come to your site.
As spring blooms, people in the Northeast and Midwest look forward to spending more time outdoors which also means plotting ways to avoid the disease carrying black legged deer tick. This year new research shows that people outside of these areas may also want to take precautions. Black legged ticks are rapidly growing in number, expanding geographically and carrying pathogens that can lead to ailments like Lyme disease and babesiosis into places where they were relatively unknown..
He was a playboy before Playboy, even during his first marriage, when he enjoyed stag films, strip poker and group sex. His bunny obsession began with the figures that decorated a childhood blanket. Years later, a real life subspecies of rabbit on the endangered species list, in the Florida Keys, would be named for him: Sylvilagus palustris hefneri..
Education: John Patton, Sheridan, Chairman; John Freeman, Green River; Hans Hunt, Newcastle; Allen Jaggi, Lyman; David Northrup, Powell; Jerry Paxton, Encampment; Gary Pipparinen, Evanston; Albert Sommers, Pinedale; Mary Throne, Cheyenne. Agriculture: Robert McKim, Afton, Chairman; Jim Allen, Lander; Stan Blake, Green River; Rita Campbell, Shoshoni; John Eklund, Cheyenne; Hans Hunt, Newcastle; Allen Jaggi, Lyman; Dan Laursen, Powell; Tyler Linholm, Sundance. Travel: Ruth Ann Petroff, Jackson, Chairman; Fred Baldwin, Kemmerer; Eric Barlow, Gillette; Scott Clem, Gillette; John Freeman, Green River; Dan Kirkbride, Chugwater; Dan Laursen, Powell; Andy Schwartz, Jackson; Cheri Steinmetz, Lingle.
He is survived by his loving wife of nearly 69 years, Beverly (Harrington) Goodrich, whom he married on April 3, 1949; his son, Keith Goodrich (Linda) of Northville; and his daughter, Deborah Frederiksen of Northville; his grandchildren, Kristen (Frederiksen) Percey (John) of Castleton, NY, Jaime (Frederiksen) Campbell (Joseph) of S. Grafton, Mass., Tage R. Frederiksen (Kristin) of Clifton Park, NY; five great grandchildren, Austin Percey, Morgan Percey, Aidan Percey, Olivia Campbell and Aoife Campbell; his sister, Ella Parker; nieces and nephews; and his beloved dog, Buddy..