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By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Oct 4, 2012

Teams from both Lander Regional and Riverton Memorial hospitals are working through the next couple of months to perform joint strategic planning. Fifteen ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Sep 19, 2012

The total budget is $56.6 million, a 1.6 percent increase compared to last year's $55.7 million. The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees have ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Sep 9, 2012

The Fremont County Association of Governments board voted unanimously not to use a consultant to publicize the 1 percent optional sales tax that will be on the ...


By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Sep 9, 2012

Lander resident Ron McKinney has been named the state trails program manager for the Division of State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails. In the new position, ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Sep 9, 2012

A Riverton man has pleaded guilty to one felony count of third-degree sexual assault and one count of misdemeanor sexual battery as part of an agreement with ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Sep 9, 2012

The Hudson resident has given rides to hundreds over the years through the Young Eagle program. After 14 years of ownership, Hudson resident Bob ...


By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Sep 5, 2012

Fremont County growers are getting mixed results out of their crops while hay production is forecast to be among the lowest in decades. According to an Aug. ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Sep 2, 2012

In 1964, Billy Mills became the first, and so far only, American to win the 10,000-meter race in the Summer Olympic Games. In 2012, Mills was the keynote ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Aug 23, 2012

Downtown business will include youth and leadership programs for children and teens. A pair of Riverton women has decided to spread their love of ...


By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Aug 23, 2012

Challengers Dan Hahn and Sollie Cadman move forward to Nov. 6 general election. Lander City Council Ward 1 representative John Boulette was unseated ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Aug 22, 2012

Rural Lander resident Jim Allen won the Republican nomination for the Wyoming House District 33 seat by a landslide. According to unofficial results, with all ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Aug 12, 2012

On the north wall of Sinks Canyon, between the disappearance of the Middle Fork of the Popo Agie River into the ground and it rise farther downstream, ...


By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Aug 9, 2012

The restaurant offered free food for a year to the first 100 people who ordered a Big Mac. On the western side of Riverton on Wednesday afternoon, ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Aug 5, 2012

Station's general manager plans to use the money to replace aging equipment. The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees approved sending the ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Aug 3, 2012

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees has approved a master plan that has been in the works since last year. It was approved 6-1, with trustee Frank ...


By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Jul 20, 2012

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees authorized advancement of an adjusted housing project that would put 24 beds at the college's Sinks Canyon ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Jul 15, 2012

The Central Wyoming College board of trustees has opted to freeze president Jo Anne McFarland's pay this year. After lengthy discussion in executive session, ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Jul 13, 2012

Among the first-year departures were forensics and debate instructor Jeremy Christensen and film instructor John Little, both of whom were heading up new ...


By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Jul 12, 2012

Riverton has a new clothing option targeted at the young and trendy: California Swagg Fashions. A local couple opened the clothing store officially on May 31 ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Jul 8, 2012

Wyoming Attorney General Gregory A. Phillips has ruled on how state reimbursement should be done for Central Wyoming College's health and science center ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Jul 5, 2012

The partners decided to expand business after the success of the rapid-fire workouts in Lander. After running a CrossFit gym in Lander for a year, a ...


By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Jun 29, 2012

The college and the Wyoming Community College Commission are at odds over payments regarding the health and science center. Central Wyoming College ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Jun 24, 2012

Lander architect Mike Quinn presented preliminary drawings of a new Dubois museum building on June 14 to the Fremont County Museums Board and Dubois ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Jun 21, 2012

Facility may be the only one of its kind to be licensed in Wyoming. The first state-recognized poultry processing facility could soon be open just ...


By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Jun 20, 2012

Over-regulation. It's what all three of Wyoming's legislators in Washington, D.C., feel is slowing mining and energy development, both in the state they ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Jun 15, 2012

Riverton police are looking for two women who might have knowledge about a bag containing approximately $1,000 that was taken from Walmart Wednesday. Capt. ...

By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer
Jun 13, 2012

Fremont County Coroner Ed McAuslan has released the name of a 2-year-old boy whose body was found Monday evening in the North Fork River between Lander and ...


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