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Floyd LaRose, of Lander, died on January 28 with his family near him. The family will hold a ...

A malfunctioning oil-drip feeder is believed to be the cause of a fire that destroyed a metal shop Sunday in Hudson.
Multiple fire agencies were dispatched at ...

Prioritize local control in education cutbacks, state lawmakers told County leaders speak

Wyoming's House Education Committee will consider Tuesday evening whether to allow more local control over the cuts listed in its K-12 omnibus spending bill, ...

Lady Wolverines close again

Riverton lost a close 48-44 game to Lyman, then were beaten by Mountain View.

Seeking their first win of the season, the Riverton Lady Wolverines ...

Tigers lose twice to Lyman, Mountain View

Lander hosts cross-county rival Riverton this Friday.

When Lander and Mountain View last met on the basketball court, the result was a high-flying ...

Two easy wins for Wind River boys

The Wind River Cougars sit atop the Class 2-A Southwest conference after a weekend sweep of Big Piney and Kemmerer that moved the defending conference champs ...

It was a long time coming, but the Wind River girls have finally won a conference game.The Cougars picked up a split this weekend with a convincing 54-32 win ...

Jalene Hanway led Shoshoni with 13 points and 12 rebounds in a home win against the ranked Lady Bulldogs.

Jalene Hanway hugged the ball with ferocity ...

Lawmakers seek study on gender wage gap

CHEYENNE -- Two Wyoming lawmakers from opposite ends of the political spectrum are asking the Legislature to authorize an in-depth study of the state's gender ...

Photo ID bill for voters downed in committee

CHEYENNE -- The House Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Committee on Thursday voted down a bill to require voters to show photo identification ...

Development of a full-fledged ski area on the east slope of the Wind River Mountains has been an intriguing possibility for generations. In 1941 a modest ...

BLM hosts meeting on South Pass planning

The Bureau of Land Management will host a public meeting Feb. 7 at the BLM Lander Field Office to gather input on interpretive and management plans for public ...

Lander man in dog race again

Weather challenges have made his training more difficult this year.

Lander local Jerry Bath knows the Pedigree Stage Stop Race.
He helped design ...

Dubois groups to hold charity soup, bread contest

Needs of Dubois and the Headwaters Arts and Conference Center are hosting the Soup and Bread Cook-off and Hootenanny Feb. 25 at the Headwaters Arts and ...

RHS grad gets own feature film

Riverton High School graduate Ryan LeMasters recently directed his first feature-length film.
The dark comedy and dra-ma "All Out Dysfunktion!" was released ...

Latest graduates say goodbye to Job Corps

Thirty-two students walked at the latest graduation of the Wind River Job Corps. For many of the graduates, it was a bittersweet moment.
"I hate endings like ...

Center looks to expand local involvement

As more students from the Wind River Job Corps advance in their trades, work-based learning specialist Julianna Eckley said the center is looking for more ...

Fremont County digest

Veterans assistance available
WASHINGTON (AP -- A state of Wyoming veterans service officer, Lori Crump, will conduct community outreach services in ...

Legislators sharpen focus on education funding shortfall

Wyoming lawmakers considering how to address a looming $360 million education budget shortfall debated Friday whether students are showing good results for one ...

Tribal license plate survives committee; floor debate next

Twelve days after the legislation was introduced, a bill to create special license plates for enrolled tribal members has made it out of committee in the ...

 
 

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