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Rez group planning language camps

The Northern Arapaho Language Revitalization and Cultural Preservation Organization is asking for help again this year for its summer language and culture ...

Wyoming part of drought/fire aid relief plan

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Federal agencies pledged another $110 million in aid Friday to help states struggling with the crippling drought after President Barack ...

The latest exhibit from the Fremont Fiber Arts Guild showcases more than just knitted sweaters.
The guild members have selected more than 60 pieces -- from ...

June meetings to address future highway projects in Wyoming

WyDOT will visit with residents Monday in Lander.

A series of public meetings has been scheduled in June to address future highway improvement ...

Spearfishing tournament organizer charged with wasting hundreds of fish

An organizer of the recent Freshwater Spearfishing Nationals on Keyhole Reservoir near Gillette has been charged with wasting game fish after more than 350 ...

Good showing for area alcohol establishments in spot check

The Riverton Police Department undertook an alcohol compliance check in May.
Of 22 businesses tested, officials said 21 passed.
"We did have one that failed, ...

The exhibit features paintings by Sioux warrior RedHawk.

A new traveling display at the Fremont County Pioneer Museum in Lander explores Sioux ...

Worse than meth

Pharmacetical-style drug abuse is a bigger problem than most realize

Abuse of prescription drugs in Wyoming is a deadly problem. The Wyoming ...

Going on 104 years old, there is still 'quite an agenda'

Editor:
I was born Oct. 2, 1911. Soon I'll be 104. IR00;have read an article calling attention to dying and aging. My birthday is coming right up, and it ...

New suicide prevention effort family's labor of love

LARAMIE -- A web. A bridge. A helping hand.
These are the roles the Cook family envisions for their budding project: a peer-to-peer support system for children ...

There was an all-county flavor to a downtown art festival in Riverton 29 years ago this week.
More than two dozen local artists and craft experts set up shop ...

Lydia Alberta Norman Harris

Lydia Alberta Norman Harris, of Kinnear, died Thursday, June 11, 2015, at Morning Star Manor her family present. She was 96.
A rosary is recited at 7 p.m. ...

International relations, badminton-style

Years ago my dorm buddies and I tried to win the overall intramural sports title for our floor during the coming school year.

In retrospect it often ...

Digest

Street reopens after building collapse
LARAMIE -- A block in downtown Laramie has reopened after being closed for nearly a week following a building ...

Three Riverton Wolverines and one Dubois Ram are a day away from playing in the annual Shrine Bowl football game.
Players from Riverton are Brandon Fullerton, ...

CWC big man signs with Cowboys

Hayden Dalton is moving into the University of Wyoming men's basketball program.
The 6-foot-10, 190-pound player was a freshman center last year for the ...

Today

Births
SHOYO
A daughter was born to Sequoia Blindman of Ethete and Garrett Shoyo Sr. of Fort Washakie at 4:47 p.m. May 11 at SageWest Health Care at ...

Achievers

Riverton student makes dean's list
Haley Marie Snell of Riverton has been named to the dean's list for the spring semester at South Dakota State ...

Eleven county students make UW president's honor roll

The University of Wyoming has listed 11 students from Fremont County on the 2015 spring semester president's honor roll.
The president's honor roll consists ...

Wyoming Catholic College graduates fifth class

The school also announced a new $11 million fundraising campaign.

Wyoming Catholic College sent off its fifth graduating class May 16.
Several of ...

 
 

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