In this third episode of our Women’s History Month miniseries, we look at the life of Beulah Laflan, a woman who moved to a homestead near Green Mountain in 1930 to prolong the health of her husband, who had been gassed in World War I. —————————-Upcoming Events—————————-11 April, 2019, 7:00 PM – Lander Pioneer MuseumWyoming Community Bank Discovery Speaker SeriesLander in 1919 – An illustrated talk about what life in Lander was like 100 years ago.
Sep 8, 2020
Host Bethany Baldes is joined by Tyler McCan and Jack Schmidt to discuss all things Fremont County beef, including the recent Rendezvous City Beef Roundup. Show’s are recorded in the Porter’s 10Cast Studio made possible by Porter’s Supply Company in Riverton. To...
Sep 7, 2020
Lance Goede and Tara Carr are joined by Elizabeth Hastings from Frontier Home Health Care. Show's are recorded in the Porter's 10Cast Studio made possible by Porter's Supply Company in Riverton. To contact the show, e-mail: [email protected]
Aug 28, 2020
Each month we chat local finances and the economy on the County 10 Podcast. Today, we dive into annuities. To contact the show, e-mail: [email protected] Shows are made possible by: Elevate Rehab: Hand and Orthopedic Physical Therapy Rendezvous...
Aug 21, 2020
Daniel Hurd is a military veteran and a suicide attempt survivor. Now, he's raising suicide prevention awareness and simultaneously on a quest to visit some of his military friends, one state at a time. Hurd was in Lander recently as part of his mission to bicycle...