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Outdoor enthusiasts trigger 10 avalanches over weekend

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) -- The Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center says outdoor recreationists reported triggering 10 avalanches over the weekend.
Avalanche forecaster ...

Montana avalanche kills Idaho skier

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) -- An avalanche in southwestern Montana killed a skier over the weekend.
Park County Sheriff Scott Hamilton says 55-year-old Christopher ...

Shoshones will vote on tribal court issues

The general council could choose to withdraw recognition of the Bureau of Indian Affairs court.

The Shoshone General Council is set to vote Saturday ...

Arapahos still opposed to delisting grizzly bear

The Northern Arapaho Tribe again declared its opposition to the Conservative Strategy document that called for the delisting of grizzlies in the Greater ...

Mead presents budget to legislative committee

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -- Some members of the Legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee are questioning Gov. Matt Mead's proposal to keep two state-funded ...

No one hurt in fire at Sinclair refinery

SINCLAIR, Wyo. (AP) -- Officials say a fire at the Sinclair refinery in Carbon County caused no injuries or serious damage.
Sinclair Oil Refinery community ...

NOLS to offer discount first aid course for locals

National Outdoor Leadership School Wilderness Medicine will hold its Wilderness First Aid course at a discount price to Fremont County and Wind River Indian ...

The program screens for registered sex offenders, no-trespass orders or noncustodial parents and keeps track of visitors during emergencies.

Fremont ...

New power lines get federal OK

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -- Two power line projects that won federal approval Tuesday will give a big capacity boost to the Western energy grid, including voltage ...

Things were going so well for local Boy Scouts selling Christmas trees that they decided to open a second tree stand 63 years ago this week.
The first one was ...

BLM begins trail planning at Johnny Behind the Rocks

The Bureau of Land Management's field office in Lander is requesting public input as it conducts master trails planning in the Johnny Behind the Rocks ...

Temp library director aims to preserve local history

Jeannette Woodward isn't expecting to be helming Fremont County's libraries for long, but she still hopes to have an impact until a permanent director is ...

A dark past led to a bright future for CWC alumna

Jesse McIntosh Manley seemed to have her life figured out when she was a teenager. She graduated from Riverton High School and was playing ball for Central ...

Larry Kusel unloaded 15 mattresses and box-springs for Eagles Hope on Dec. 1, when the Riverton homeless shelter reopened after being closed since August. ...

Willow Creek's third graders were in the Christmas spirit Thursday night at their holiday ...

Library screens Gannett Peak film

Wyoming PBS and the Lander Library will host a screening Wednesday of "Highpointers," a documentary which chronicles the adventures of two teenage girls as ...

Local groups collecting toys for needy children

Not every child in Fremont County is expecting a gift this Christmas.
That's why several community ...

Woman claims innocence in felony theft case

At a Thursday arraignment, defense attorney Valerie Schoneberger denied that her client, Janet Lea Shaw, stole funds from the mushroom farm in Shoshoni.
Since ...

'Modern gold'

Conservation leaders to revitalize Middle Fork of Popo Agie River

A year after becoming the executive director of the Popo Agie Conservation ...

The Lander library will air a free encore of the Metropolitan Opera live broadcasted performance of Mozart's "The Magic Flute." Ray Charles, chairman of the ...

 
 

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