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By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
May 12, 2019

By Randy Tucker Staff Writer With meets scattered all over the western half of Wyoming, Fremont Country track teams fared well in regional competition, ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
May 7, 2019

Teams from Sheridan County to Kemmerer converged on the most egalitarian of high school track meets Friday afternoon in Thermopolis for the annual Bobcat ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
May 3, 2019

For the first time since St. Stephen's returned as a high school in 1985, the Eagles have won a track meet. St. Stephen's edged Shoshoni 117 to 111 for the ...


By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
May 3, 2019

The diamond at Roy Peck Field is full this season with 29 players on the Riverton Raiders roster. Manager Troy Brown returns for his third season at the ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
May 1, 2019

With three Montana schools coming from Billings and most of the Wyoming Class 4-A East teams in attendance, the Kelly Walsh Invitational was a challenge for ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Apr 24, 2019

The traveling trophies tied to the annual Riverton- Lander dual track meet reside in both towns for the next year. The Lander boys and the Riverton girls ...


By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Apr 10, 2019

Near-perfect weather conditions led to impressive performances at the Riverton Middle School Invitational track meet Saturday. Lander Middle School athletes ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Apr 7, 2019

In the century-old annals of Fremont County athletic history, only two coaches have won state titles in the same sport at two different schools. The first ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Apr 7, 2019

By Randy Tucker Staff Writer Wyoming's winningest active basketball coach has been at the game for a long time - since the fall of 1988 to be ...


By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Apr 7, 2019

A thousand points in a career is a tremendous accomplishment on the basketball court, but accomplishments are routine for Fremont County's player of the year ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Apr 7, 2019

The 2018 Farm Bill signed into law by President Trump in January, and the subsequent passage of House Bill 171 that was approved by Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon, ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Apr 4, 2019

The program opener is still six months away, but it takes time, planning and a tremendous amount of work to get a fledgling college sports program off the ...


By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Apr 3, 2019

The weather north of the Owl Creek Mountains was substantially better than teams in Fremont County would have experienced at home over the weekend. The Bill ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Apr 3, 2019

The weather north of the Owl Creek Mountains was substantially better than teams in Fremont County would have experienced at home over the weekend. The Bill ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 21, 2019

In a first for St. Stephen's football, senior Vincent Brown has been selected to play in the Wyoming-Nebraska 6-Man Shootout. Wyoming leads the series ...


By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 21, 2019

UPDATE: North Dakota State beat NC Central and will play Duke on Friday night. By Randy Tucker Staff Writer A Riverton High School Wolverine is playing ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 20, 2019

By Randy Tucker Staff Writer Riverton High School senior Treyton Paxton has been selected to the Class 4-A boys all state basketball team for the second ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 17, 2019

The state-champion Lander Tigers are well-represented on the Class 3-A boys all-state team this season. Senior point guard Max Mazurie and junior post ...


By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 17, 2019

With snow covering most of the tracks east of Shoshoni and waterlogged facilities nearly everywhere else, Pavillion was the place to be on opening day of the ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 15, 2019

Though the Class 2-A West dominated its eastern counterparts on the court, the Class 2-A East dominated the all-state basketball balloting, taking nine of the ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 14, 2019

Three Fremont County athletes were named to the Class 1-A all-state basketball teams. St. Stephen's senior Vincent Brown was voted onto the boy's team along ...


By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 10, 2019

Lander Valley High School senior Antonio Coando stood alone with the ball, surrounded by Powell Panther defenders as the final seconds of the Class 3-A boys ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 8, 2019

The fourth seeded Lander Lady Tigers out of the Class 3-A West ran into arguably the best team in Wyoming to open the Class 3-A girls state basketball ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 8, 2019

Things were a lot tougher in the early going Thursday at the Class 3-A state basketball tournament than most Lander Tiger basketball fans thought they would ...


By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 6, 2019

The basketball season ended for the Rustler Women of Central Wyoming College in Cheyenne against Laramie County Community College in a REgion IX tournament ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 5, 2019

A shorthanded Central Wyo-ming College men's basketball squad took care of visiting Laramie County Community College in a play-in game Friday to qualify for ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 3, 2019

Hemp grows wild along the highways of western Nebraska, but it hasn't been grown commercially since 1957 and was banned nationally in 1970. But hemp is ...


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