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In Wednesday's Ranger, a page one cutline should have said freshmen Garrett Person and Kaitlyn Schamber participated in class games Tuesday ...

Former school trustee arrested on domestic violence charge

A former Dubois school trustee was arrested Sept. 14 after allegedly assaulting someone with an ink pen at her place of employment.
Heidi McStay, 34, of ...

Construction of the five-lane highway and widening of the Little Wind bridge carries an Oct. 31 contract deadline.

Evening asphalt paving activities ...

'Special person' bought meal

Editor:
We offer a big thank-you to the person who paid for our meal anonymously Sept. 21 at the Trailhead Restaurant in Riverton.
You are a special person, ...

4-A to 3-A

Some stature is lost, but the sensible move gives our teams better chances

Local pride took some bruising this week when the Wyoming High School ...

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State OKs airport grant
CHEYENNE -- A state panel has approved a $3 million grant to help build a new passenger terminal at the Cheyenne Regional ...

Plan aims to build on gains made by the Wyoming toad

CHEYENNE -- A new recovery plan for the Wyoming toad announced Thursday seeks to carry forward recent success in finally getting the critically endangered ...

Business council defends practices

The current downturn in the state's energy industry underscores the need for using taxpayer funds to recruit and grow businesses in Wyoming, an economic ...

Crews nearly surround Crooked Creek Fire

Cool, wet weather Thursday helped firefighters get the Crooked Creek Fire almost fully contained. Even better forecasts for Friday boded well for efforts to ...

With a week to go, CWC vacancy has no applicants

No one had expressed interest in an open position on the Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees as of mid-day Friday, more than two weeks after the vacancy ...

Air panel eyes changes to airport funding as service issues persist

The Wyoming Department of Transportation's Aeronautics Commission is reviewing is procedures for allocating funds to Riverton Regional Airport to improve air ...

Roy Allen Clyde will be sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty Thursday to first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder.
Clyde was ...

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Corrections
In Tuesday's Ranger, the page one story "Wildfire growing quickly northwest of Dubois" should have said Joseph Schwartz reported the fire ...

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Deaths
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June E. Goff, 93, died Friday, Aug. 21, at Help for Health Hospice Home in Riverton. A memorial service will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. ...

Wranglers complete sweep on home floor

Lady Blue pounded Greybull, Riverside and Class 3-A Lovell to finish an unbeaten weekend.

Don't look now, but the Shoshoni Wranglers are emerging as ...

At some point, all this will end.
One of these weeks, the Lander Valley High School Tigers will walk off the field victorious.
Unfortunately, that night ...

The home team battled nationally ranked Gillette College, highlighted by freshman Kate Kling's second-place run in the women's race.

Never before in ...

Wolverines put up fight, lose to Torrington, 48-21

Riverton hosts Rawlins this Friday for its homecoming game.

TORRINGTON -- Behind a powerful and unstoppable offensive line, the Torrington ...

Wranglers roll past Saratoga on road, 57-0

The Shoshoni Wranglers continued to roll through the Class 1-A West with a 57-0 drubbing of Saratoga on the road Friday night in Carbon County.
The win lifts ...

U.S. rig count declines by 4; Wyoming unchanged

HOUSTON -- Oilfield services company Baker Hughes Inc. says the number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. this week declined by four to ...

 
 

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