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Students and visitors used a variety of candies to decorate gingerbread houses Thursday at Jackson Elementary School. Photos by Alejandra ...

Residents learning to recycle without drop-offs

The service was eliminated Nov. 1.

It's been a little over one month since the City of Riverton did away with drop-off recycling.
The sites were ...

CWC scholarship used to buy pot

A Hudson man was issued two felony drug charges in October after he and his girlfriend allegedly used a scholarship from Central Wyoming College to bring more ...

Budget cuts could result in loss of teaching jobs

Wyoming's Joint Education Committee is set to endorse one of three bills Monday that cut K-12 school funding for the 2018 fiscal year.
One piece of ...

"It's just 44 stops, and on a good day it takes just an hour to run."
On a good day.
There have been a lot of good days for Gayle Currah of Shoshoni on the ...

Consolidation an unwelcome possibility for county schools

Wyoming Sen. Cale Case, R-Lander, told local superintendents Thursday that state delegates face an "uphill battle" in the Legislature against consolidation of ...

Shoshone Nat'l Forest plans bike route

The Shoshone National Forest is seeking comments on its Proposed Action for the Mountain Bike Route Designation Project by Dec. 30.
The plan which would add ...

Christmas time is associated with gifts for individuals, but a municipality can get a Christmas present, too. That's just what happened 45 years ago this ...

Bighorn sheep center expands reach to classrooms

Since the National Bighorn Sheep Center hired its first education assistant in June, the Dubois organization has developed educational activities and lessons ...

Fremont County digest

New voter fraud cases in Fremont County
Fremont County Clerk Julie Freese said she discovered seven new cases of voter fraud from the most recent ...

Stuff the Bus toy drive nears record

As the toy drive neared its close Saturday, organizers said it could be a record year for Stuff the Bus.
For the past six years, the annual Stuff the Bus Toy ...

Feds appeal injunction in suit from Arapahos

Federal attorneys are appealing a preliminary injunction issued against the Bureau of Indian Affairs in the lawsuit filed by the Northern Arapaho Business ...

State schedules hikes for New Year's Day

In what is becoming an increasingly popular New Year's Day activity, the state parks have planned "First Day Hikes," a way for Wyoming residents to celebrate ...

CWC board approves permanent contract for new president

Tyndall had verbally accepted the position last month.

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees approved a contract Wednesday that will keep ...

Restoration project marks end of 20-year dispute

The flow of the Wind River's north channel was re-routed early Wednesday south of Kinnear.
Members ...

Wind chills are expected to reach 15-30 degrees below zero.

The National Weather Service has put most of central Fremont County under a winter ...

"Santa and her dancing deer" performed during the Shoshoni Recreation District's community Christmas celebration Sunday ...

Seth Griswold, a 2016 graduate of the University of Wyoming College of Law, was sworn in Monday as a new prosecutor for the Fremont County Attorney's Office. ...

LeClairs celebrate 70th anniversary

John and Marjorie LeClair, former Riverton residents, recently celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary at Brookdale Springs - Mesa, Arizona. John and ...

Riverton teacher receives grant

Laura Timm joins seven other University of Wyoming College of Education graduates as recipients of the Lola B. Newcomb Beginning Teacher Support Grant.
Among ...

 
 

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