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Parting of tribal council concerns solid waste board

Fremont County's Solid Waste Disposal District Board is worried about the dissolution of the Joint Business Council, and solid waste officials think the change ...

Council decides to write regulations for city parking lot

The Riverton City Council made the decision Tuesday to move forward on developing regulations for a city parking lot downtown.
The use of the lot, which sits ...

Gov. Matt Mead has proclaimed September as Wyoming Archaeology Awareness Month and cited the importance archaeology plays in the scientific study of material ...

The National Park Service also has approved a plan to make infrastructure improvements at the historic Lamar Buffalo Ranch in ...

Indian land ownership issues, renewable energy for farms and ranches, and efficient grazing were just a few topics of talks at the 2014 Wind River Agriculture ...

Trash haulers still adjusting to new hours at waste facilities

The City of Riverton and Wyoming Waste Systems will have another month to adjust to new hours at solid waste facilities.
The Fremont County Solid Waste ...

Wyoming targeted by group pushing marriage equality

The Human Rights Campaign announced Thursday that it will be bringing full-time staffers to work in Wyoming on a permanent basis, advocating on behalf of the ...

Voting for absentee voters begins Thursday

Absentee voting for the general election in Wyoming begins Thursday.
Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield also notes that September is National Voter ...

Library to host broadcast of 'A Streetcar Named Desire'

Tennessee Williams' timeless masterpiece "A Streetcar Named Desire" will be shown Saturday at the Lander Library.
The National Theatre Live production will ...

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Privacy bills endorsed
LARAMIE -- A panel led by state lawmakers has endorsed a series of bills designed to better protect employees' personal Internet ...

"Get a member in September" was the theme of a statewide National Guard recruiting drive 36 years ago this month. Wyoming's National Guard had about 1,300 ...

Fiber arts enthusiasts will get a chance to shop and learn about new crafts during a free event Oct. 4 in Riverton.
Fiber Fest, sponsored by the Fremont Fiber ...

New St. Stephen's principal adds to goals

St. Stephen's Indian School has a new principal walking the halls this school year. James Stewart is the new elementary school principal replacing Elma Brown, ...

Bird to blame for power disruption

A bird caused a power outage that affected 715 Riverton customers overnight Sept. 14 to Sept. 15.
Rocky Mountain Power spokeswoman Margaret Oler said the ...

A Riverton family begins the process of training a service dog for their 18-month-old daughter who has a rare form of cystic fibrosis.

Gillianna ...

Police say man arrested after threatening to shoot officers

A Thermopolis man alleged to have threatened police saw his case bound over to District Court on Sept. 12.
The defendant, John Daniel Dodge, 59, faces one ...

Block booking conference set for Oct. 3-4 in Casper

The Wyoming Arts Alliance convenes its annual block booking conference Oct. 3-4 in Casper. WyAA convenes presenters, artists, and art organizations from around ...

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Births
CONARD
A son was born to Emilia Maertens of Lander on Aug. 4 at SageWest Health Care at Lander.

COOPER
A son was born to Jessie ...

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Gosar still wants to debate
CHEYENNE -- Democratic gubernatorial candidate Pete Gosar says he plans to hold more debates before the November general ...

CHEYENNE -- An oil boom in Wyoming has a filthy side effect: A string of accidents from a remote gulley in the Powder River Basin to a refinery in downtown ...

 
 

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