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Jose Rodriguez had been hunting before.
But as a rifleman with the U.S. Marines in the jungles of ...

Senate pages wanted for spring

U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi is encouraging Wyoming juniors in high school to apply to be a Senate page for the spring session in Washington, D.C.
The deadline for ...

Fremont County staff will recognize the commissioner Tuesday.

Fremont County Commissioner Doug Thompson is the 2015 recipient of the Wyoming County ...

Riverton hosting one-day trail ride

The competition includes 6 miles of trail and 15 natural obstacles.

Riverton is hosting a competitive trail challenge Saturday at the 1838 Rendezvous ...

John Finley, local rancher and historian, will give a presentation titled "Little Scotland" on Thursday in Dubois.
The discussion will provide information on ...

Our never-ending dance on guns

The reaction to the Oregon college shooting from left and right will produce another argument with the usual impotent result.

It's the pivotal moment ...

Labor Secretary, Enzi, Mead among visitors set for Job Corps ceremony

The public is invited to the grand opening, which begins at 10:30 a.m. Monday at 4200 Airport Road.

U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez plans to ...

The public had a chance this summer to learn about environmental projects that nine agencies are conducting on the Wind River Indian Reservation.
About 100 ...

Long before Central Wyoming College's celebrated school of nursing got started, these young women from Fremont County were studying the profession at the ...

Amateur radio club keeps fun - and important - hobby alive

When all other communication is down or unavailable, ham radio operators, also known as amateur radio operators, can provide emergency communication. However, ...

The rookie Lander head coach continues to see positives from her squad.

The Lander Valley High School Tigers hosted the Cody Fillies in a Class 3-A ...

The Riverton Lady Wolverines volleyball team started strong but ultimately fell to the Green River Lady Wolves 3-2 (23-25, 25-17, 25-22, 16-25, 15-10) Thursday ...

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Corrections
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 ...

 
 

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