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Miller plays provocateur in leadership role

While the Majority Leader in the Wyoming House of Representatives is tasked with clerical duties like determining the order in which bills are discussed, Rep. ...

Final bill orders $34.5 million in school cuts

Tough legislative session ended Friday

The Wyoming Legislature adjourned Friday night for the last time this session, but not before passing an ...

Court delists gray wolves in Wyoming

Depredations of livestock have increased five-fold in Wyoming since a lower court relisted the wolf in 2014.

A federal court has reversed an earlier ...

Winds featured in diabetes doc

Beyond Type 1, a global non-profit organization focusing on education, advocacy, and a cure for type 1 diabetes, has provided grant funding to assist in ...

Larsen bills find favor in Legislature

While two of his bills died as they neared the finish line, Rep. Lloyd Larsen, R-Lander, has been the primary sponsor on three bills that are set to become ...

New city 'app' aimed at bill paying, other services

Riverton residents will soon be able to pay their city utility bills by phone through the use of a new cell phone application.
The "My Riverton" mobile app ...

Riverton Museum opens exhibit on retro toys

The museum hopes the display gives insight into the history of youth leisure in Riverton.

The Riverton Museum has a new exhibit on display that ...

RMS student's design a finalist in Google contest nationwide

The art of a Riverton Middle School student may soon be seen by millions of people ...

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Births

CHAVES
A child was born to Shealynn Wells of Johnstown, Wyoming and Sherman James Chavez of Ethete at ...

Online K-12 school opens enrollment

Wyoming Connections Academy, a tuition-free online public school serving students in grades K-12 across Wyoming, is now enrolling students for the 2017-18 ...

Lander grad makes UNL Dean's List

Nathan Luchsinger of Lander has been named to the Deans' List at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for the fall semester of the 2016-17 academic ...

Lander resident completes 78-day expedition

Talen Connell, 20, of Lander recently completed a Fall Semester in Baja with the National Outdoor Leadership School. Expedition courses at NOLS take students ...

Extra work for tournaments pays dividends for community

Riverton has hosted three big regional events in the past three weeks, with every motel room in town booked.

Hosting the Ron Thon Memorial wrestling ...

Wyoming governor vetoes cuts, warns about K-12 reductions

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -- Gov. Matt Mead says some spending reductions approved by the Legislature would cut too deep and has vetoed part of a supplemental budget ...

Wyoming digest

Bill OKs Uber in Wyoming
(AP) -- People in some Wyoming cities will soon be able to catch rides with the Uber app.
Gov. Matt Mead was expected to sign ...

Riverton scholar joins honor society

Kelsie Wells of Riverton joined 27 other students that were initiated into the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society on Feb. 7.
The keynote speaker for the event was ...

Bison moved to Fremont County in November doing well so far

Bison relocated to land on the Wind River Indian Reservation appear to be thriving as a long winter winds down.
A large enclosure for the 10 bison near ...

Daniel J. Gannon

Twelve students from Fremont County graduated from the University of Wyoming in the fall, including:

Dubois
Cody Lee Day, BS

Lander ...

Daniel J. Gannon

Former Fremont County resident Daniel J. Gannon died Tuesday Feb. 28, 2017, at St. Camillus in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. He was 85 years old.
He was a Jesuit for ...

Local Dems set to elect new leaders

Over the next few months, the Fremont County Party will be electing leaders to forge the way to 2018 elections.
The Fremont County Party elections will take ...

 
 

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