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Department of Education seeks input on reservation

By Alejandra Silva
Staff Writer

The Wyoming Department of Education has scheduled several "listening sessions" on the Wind River Indian Reservation as ...

Coroner confirms name of man found dead in Lander

Officials are waiting on autopsy results to determine the cause of death for man found dead April 11 in a home in Lander.
Officers from the Lander Police ...

Lander man was stabbed multiple times at bonfire

A Lander man underwent surgery after being stabbed multiple times at a bonfire last weekend.
Lander police were dispatched at 12:24 a.m. April 15 to 860 Four ...

Four babies in two days: Local sisters give birth to twins

Over the course of two days this month, one local family gained four new members.
Viola Oldman, 26, of Arapahoe, had twin boys, Jaxson and Jace, on April ...

Judge to dismiss rest of Archer lawsuit

District court judge Norman Young is set to dismiss the remainder of a lawsuit by the parents of Sophia Archer, the 7-year-old who was struck and killed by an ...

Canine recruiter finds right dog in Wyoming

K9 and service dog recruiter Tim Matthews found one new recruit on his recent trip through Wyoming, which included stops at Casper, Cheyenne, Douglas and ...

Man must pay thousands in restitution for assault

A Fort Washakie man was sentenced this month for assault resulting in bodily injury.
He also was ordered to pay $34,850 in restitution.
Court documents ...

Now retired, Crofts reflects on life of service

Christopher A. "Kip" Crofts of Wyoming was one of 46 U.S. Attorneys asked to resign March 10 as part of the transition to President Donald Trump's ...

Shoshones to participate in settlement conference

The Northern Arapaho Tribe filed the lawsuit last year after the dissolution of the Joint Business Council.

Federal district court judge Brian ...

 

Sports

Riverton's girls played hard on a stormy day against visiting Star Valley.

On a blustery, chilly spring afternoon when players donned bobble caps ...

Wyoming Indian's top-class runner will compete for the Pronghorns on a full scholarship.

Wyoming Indian's phenomenal distance runner, Charlene ...

Rainy day, a trophy and a wonder goal

Conditions at Wolverine Field on Friday afternoon were more suited to the midlands of England than the middle of Wyoming, but that suited me just fine, thank ...

Lander's No. 1-ranked footballers ran over Buffalo on the strength of a pair of goals by Jed Welsh in a home victory.

Uneasy is the head which ...

Riverton's boys defeated Star Valley for the Class 3-A Southwest championship with a 2-0 home victory.

Soccer is a sport of trophies.
On Friday at ...

The Wolverines quartet of Brodie Roden, Jared Kobbe, Jaren Draper and Alec Richardson ran the 4x100 meters in 43.45 seconds.

The Roy Peck Invite is ...

Opinion / Community

The new CEO

Our hospitals have a new man in charge,
and he has a chance to be a local hero
Sage West Healthcare has a new chief executive officer in Fremont County. Alan ...

Shaking hands with John Wooden

If you live awhile, you'll encounter some famous people

We stood in a long line stretching from the front row, down the center aisle and into the ...

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