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Both Riverton High School soccer teams travel to Park County for a pair of matches Friday and Saturday.
Up first are Friday's matches in Powell.
The Lady ...

Rustlers place fifth at Casper College rodeo

Last weekend, the Rustlers of Central Wyoming College competed at the Casper College rodeo, with Brady Thurston leading the way as he continues his quest to ...

Under the roof of the teepee-shaped building which is the original gym on the campus of St. Stephen's Indian School is a place where young basketball players ...

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Births

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A son was born to Shaniya Smith of Riverton and Anthony Gray of Riverton at 7:07 p.m. April 25 at ...

Chuck Klinger

Charles "bo-buck" Chuck Klinger of Riverton died April 10, 2017, at Wind River Health Care in Riverton. He was 47 years old.
He was born July 1, 1969, to ...

Dianne Cox

Dianne Lynn Rossin died April 15 in an accident. She was 62.
She was born Nov. 25, 1954, in Casper, to Roland and Lena (Bundy) Rossin.
She grew up in ...

Joseph K. Streeter Jr.

Joseph K. Streeter Jr. of Big Piney died April 9 at the University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City with his family by his side. He was 59 years old.
He was ...

Local job fair sets record

A record 415 people attended the Fremont County Employment Expo last month at Central Wyoming College, including community members and students from CWC, the ...

City Pizza Hut installs library

From staff reports

The Pizza Hut on North Federal Boulevard is installing a "Little Free Library" outside of their restaurant to enable greater access to ...

'Food freedom' hot topic for Fremont County producers

The local food community rallied at the The Middle Fork in Lander Friday for Wind River Farm to Plate Let Food Freedom Ring event this past weekend.
State ...

No veterans left to recall World War I

I'm the daughter of a World War I veteran. I remember childhood days with a father who'd fought in Belgium, France, and Luxembourg in the "Great War," a ...

Tapping 'rainy day' funds or leaving them alone both have consequences for state

Editor:
What to do with Wyoming's Investments? By now, almost everyone in Wyoming has a sense that it has been raining for a while. And, it seems pretty ...

Wild things

This week's mountain lion incident probably hints at the shape of things to come

Rendezvous Elementary School's fourth-graders are presenting their ...

Wyoming digest

Storm warning across much of state
CHEYENNE (AP) -- Another spring snowstorm has started to march through Wyoming.
Snow is already falling in Jackson ...

Former state superintendent suing past lawmaker, Congress candidate

By Bob Moen
Associated Press

CHEYENNE (AP) -- A state district judge is considering whether to dismiss a defamation lawsuit filed by a former Wyoming ...

Yellowstone's leaders say harassment to be addressed

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) -- Yellowstone National Park managers are asking employees to help change the workplace culture after a report found evidence of sexual ...

Riverton's animal shelter was inundated this week after 50 dogs were discovered at a residence west of town.
Shelter manager Gina Gladman said it will take ...

BOCHES revenues down again as levy values continue to fall

Funding for the Central Wyoming College Board of Cooperative Higher Educational Services will be down again next year due to a continued decrease in local mill ...

Cuts taking toll on library hours, books, night events

Fremont County Library System leadership has already taken action to make cuts that will accommodate a proposed 10 percent budget reduction for the upcoming ...

Wolf hunt likely this year

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department expects to open a wolf hunting season this year after a U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals finalized a decision this week to ...

 
 

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