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BIA says tribes can't separate programs; NAT again asks for court action

When the Northern Arapaho Business Council left the Joint Business Council in 2014, it had still expected to find some agreement with the Eastern Shoshone ...

Wyoming digest

Driver killed in fiery truck crash
GILLETTE (AP) -- Campbell County officials have identified a semitrailer driver who died after crashing into propane ...

Riverton High School's homecoming royalty was announced at the school's coronation Tuesday morning. From left, Braxton Crofts (FFA) and Heather McLaughlin ...

The Eastern Shoshone Tribe will be one of 50 federally recognized American Indian tribes to come together to oppose the U.S. government's plan to remove the ...

Judge says tribe in contempt for not complying with his order

John St. Clair, chief judge for the Shoshone and Arapaho Tribal Court, has found the Shoshone Business Council in contempt of court for violating a ...

Jobless rate down for month; still lags last year's performance

The unemployment picture in Fremont County improved in the mid-summer, although effects of a year-long decline are still evident.
Data compiled from the ...

1906 was a significant year for Fremont County. Passenger railroad service arrived, helping enable the founding of Shoshoni and Riverton.
This picture shows ...

Changes at senior center include coming board vote

An updated agreement, a new executive director and an upcoming board election are bringing changes to the Riverton Senior Citizens Center.
In May, the City ...

Court order sought to block Oct. 18 wild horse roundup

CHEYENNE (AP) -- Wild horse advocates are seeking a court order to block the U.S. Bureau of Land Management from staging a roundup in the checkerboard region of ...

A firearms training simulation at Central Wyoming College, used to train local law enforcement, hosted Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers for a training program ...

The public is invited to a chili feed, band exhibition and "R" burning Tuesday, and a parade Friday.


The public is invited to several coming events ...

As a very busy fire season winds down in Wyoming, the Kim Liebhauser, BLM district manager for the Wind River Basin, said the federal agency is thankful to ...

State OKs $41M in biz loans to 3 firms

CHEYENNE (AP) -- Top Wyoming elected officials on Thursday approved $41 million in economic development loans to three private businesses.
Gov. Matt Mead and ...

WSGS offers toolkits to teachers

The Wyoming State Geological Survey will once again mail complimentary toolkits to science classes across Wyoming in honor of Earth Science Week Oct. 9 to 15. ...

Fremont County digest

Conservation district open house
The Lower Wind River Conservation District is hosting an open house to discuss "What Have We Done For You Lately." ...

Bebout heads energy group

State Sen. Eli Bebout will serve as chairman of the Energy Council for the next year after being nominated for the post this month.
The interstate ...

One injured in carjacking

CHEYENNE (AP) -- A Cheyenne pharmacy employee has been injured after a carjacking and attempted robbery.
Cheyenne police say three men are believed to have ...

Wyoming digest

Prison repair recommended
RAWLINS (AP) -- The Wyoming Legislature's Task Force on State Penal Facilities has recommended that the Wyoming State ...

Coroner, college settle issue regarding remains used in class, TV show

Federal rules stipulate that public study of such remains is permitted only when needed to identify tribal affiliation, which had been determined prior to ...

New round of budget cuts? Mead hopes not

Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead says he's hopeful that state lawmakers won't have to make more substantial cuts to state spending when they convene early next ...

 
 

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