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Photo ID bill for voters downed in committee

CHEYENNE -- The House Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Committee on Thursday voted down a bill to require voters to show photo identification ...

Riverton's boys blasted Lyman and Mountain View to stay perfect on the season.

Ho hum. This is beginning to seem too easy.
Lyman High School's and ...

Development of a full-fledged ski area on the east slope of the Wind River Mountains has been an intriguing possibility for generations. In 1941 a modest ...

BLM hosts meeting on South Pass planning

The Bureau of Land Management will host a public meeting Feb. 7 at the BLM Lander Field Office to gather input on interpretive and management plans for public ...

Lander man in dog race again

Weather challenges have made his training more difficult this year.

Lander local Jerry Bath knows the Pedigree Stage Stop Race.
He helped design ...

Dubois groups to hold charity soup, bread contest

Needs of Dubois and the Headwaters Arts and Conference Center are hosting the Soup and Bread Cook-off and Hootenanny Feb. 25 at the Headwaters Arts and ...

RHS grad gets own feature film

Riverton High School graduate Ryan LeMasters recently directed his first feature-length film.
The dark comedy and dra-ma "All Out Dysfunktion!" was released ...

Latest graduates say goodbye to Job Corps

Thirty-two students walked at the latest graduation of the Wind River Job Corps. For many of the graduates, it was a bittersweet moment.
"I hate endings like ...

Center looks to expand local involvement

As more students from the Wind River Job Corps advance in their trades, work-based learning specialist Julianna Eckley said the center is looking for more ...

Legislators sharpen focus on education funding shortfall

Wyoming lawmakers considering how to address a looming $360 million education budget shortfall debated Friday whether students are showing good results for one ...

Tribal license plate survives committee; floor debate next

Twelve days after the legislation was introduced, a bill to create special license plates for enrolled tribal members has made it out of committee in the ...

CWC enrollment lags early in spring semester

Spring semester enrollment totals at Central Wyoming College continue to fall short of expectations.
On Jan. 6, about 1,270 students had enrolled for the ...

Riverton won four of eight team duals at the Thoman Invitational, including victories against Lander and Jackson.

Riverton's wrestlers were in Green ...

Five Central players scored in double-digits, with Loveeda White leading the way with 23 points.

Not often does a college basketball squad on either ...

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Births


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A child was born to Kelsey Brown of Lander and Alexander Waterman of Riverton at 3:03 p.m. ...

CREG's new guess

The new state revenue estimate is better, but not by enough to matter

It turns out that the Wyoming Consensus Revenue Estimating Group is a lot ...

United States was never meant to be true democracy

Editor:
A recent letter to editor referred to the "tyranny of the majority" as though it was a bad thing, and the writer, in so many words, praised the ...

Roper's thumb sewn back on

DENVER (AP) -- A Wyoming cowboy has got his thumb back after losing the finger while roping a steer at the National Western Stock Show in Denver.
Justin ...

Wyoming digest

Slight increase in state graduation rate
CHEYENNE (TNS) -- High school graduation rates are marginally increasing across Wyoming.
The state's overall ...

Flaring rules take effect; suit continues

Certain provisions in the rules don't take full effect for a year.

CHEYENNE (AP) -- New nationwide rules to curtail the practice of burning off excess ...

 
 

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