Brandon Foster is the Star-Tribune's managing editor. He joined the Star-Tribune in 2016 as the University of Wyoming sports reporter after graduating from the University of Missouri and covering Mizzou athletics for two years.
With a time of 6.4 seconds on Friday — the fastest of the night — the goat tyer punched her ticket to the short go-round.
"He's always been a winner, and he kind of knows it," Bridger Anderson said of Whiskers, who is 12. "He's a bit of a jock.
The Mid-Plains Community College cowboy put up a time of 13.4 seconds in his first tie-down roping attempt. In his second go, he matched that time, down to a tenth of a second. Tuesday, he decided he could use a new number.
Dylan Riggins — one day after suffering a broken collarbone, a broken scapula, a broken sternum, a broken rib, a cut lung and a bruised lung — was back at the rodeo Tuesday night to watch.
The McNeese State junior won the second go-round of steer wrestling with a time of 4.1 seconds Tuesday. Then he traded places with his hazer, who put up a time of 4.4 seconds.
Update: Dylan Riggins broke a collarbone and ribs but is expected to make a full recovery, according to a CNFR media coordinator.
The first section of riders at the first college finals rodeo since 2019 included three scores of 80 or more.
The order will suspend new drilling and fracking on more than 630 square miles in Wyoming and Montana.
There are no longer any statewide health orders in place related to COVID-19 in Wyoming.
The Supreme Court in October invited the acting solicitor general — then a Trump appointee — to provide an opinion on the suit. The official did not do so before leaving office at the end of Trump's term.