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St. Stephen's board members retain their seats

Community members gathered Tuesday to vote for two candidates to serve as at-large members of the St. Stephen's Indian School Education Association Inc. ...

A non-native invasive plant has been popping up on the Shosone National Forest near Lander. To combat this recent invader before it gets a stronger foothold, ...

Photogs share images of Wyoming grasslands

Some visitors hurrying along I-80 might see a whole lot of nothing when traveling along Wyoming's wide-open spaces.
But photographers Michael Berman and ...

Mayor declares April 4 a day of service

Riverton Mayor Lars Baker signed a proclamation Tuesday announcing that April 4 would be Recognition Day for National Service. He invited Mary C. Rosenberg to ...

Riverton man to prison for attack on wife

Mitchell Wayne Mosqueda of Riverton was sentenced to 15 months of imprisonment on Monday for assault with a dangerous weapon with intent to do bodily harm. ...

Otter appeals dismissal of grouse lawsuit

The bird is found in 11 Western states.

BOISE, Idaho (AP) -- Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter is appealing the dismissal of his sage grouse lawsuit ...

Snowmelt poses flood threat in California valley

LONE PINE, Calif. (TNS) - A sudden abundance of snowmelt has rendered a stunning spring landscape in the Owens Valley.
In sleepy towns such as Lone Pine, Big ...

City departments review busy year

Several top administrators have retired, resulting in additional work for employees while replacements are found.

2016 was a busy year for the city ...

Man charged in January stabbing case

Jude Jenkins was arrested this week on two charges of assault after allegedly stabbing Tristan Gardner in January at a house on 17 Mile Road.
Officials said ...

Flooding likely, roads closed due to mix of rain and snow

A flood advisory is in effect through Saturday morning in Fremont County, where some areas ...

Clerk welcomes law restoring voting rights for nonviolent felons

Having helmed local elections for more than 20 years, Fremont County Clerk Julie Freese said she favors the Wyoming Legislature's decision this session to ...

Science Olympiad students win fifth straight state championship

Riverton Middle School students competed Saturday in Casper at the Science Olympiad, with the school winning its fifth straight overall title.
Individual ...

RHS duo to compete at national speech and debate tournament

Two Riverton High School Speech and Debate students qualified for nationals at the district tournament on March 18.
Nic Fenton, a junior, and Heather ...

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Friday, March 31

Registration for upcoming Active Shooter Training (ALICE) classes ...

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Community Calendar

Thursday, March 30

Free Movie Night at the Soldier's House is scheduled for ...

Legislation provides more licenses for bar, grill operators

Only one of three available bar and grill liquor licenses is currently being used in Riverton.

The City of Riverton will be able to provide three ...

Wyo. PBS head optimistic about federal funding

President Donald Trump proposed cutting the Corporation for Public Broadcasting in his budget request this month.

Representatives from the Wyoming ...

Memorial Wall replica dedicated

CHEYENNE (TNS) - Cheyenne resident Steve Harrington started writing poetry in 1970 when he was serving in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War. When he was ...

UW to open American Indian Center

By July of this year, the facility that currently houses the University of Wyoming Honors Program will become the new American Indian Center.
The facility is ...

Weed and Pest employee retires after 30-year career

Redskins fan. Leafy spurge man.
Doug Miller is retiring this month after more than 30 years as an employee of Fremont County Weed and Pest.
Doug wore many ...

 
 

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