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Alarm at Honor Farm nothing serious; officers used it to train

Anyone who saw the Fremont County Coroner and Riverton Police Department rushing to the Wyoming Honor Farm with his lights flashing on Friday have no need for ...

Plans in place for new fire hall in Hudson; $1M job this summer

The 8,000-square-foot, three-bay fire facility will be built south of the new Hudson water plant at the corner of Eighth and Kansas streets.

Hudson ...

Assessed value to climb slightly; $920 million projected

Fremont County's assessed value is expected to increase .4 percent to $920 million in the coming fiscal year, according to a report from Fremont County ...

ETHETE -- With nearly a dozen track meets scheduled around Wyoming on Friday and Saturday, the turnout at Wyoming Indian was the lowest in the meet's history. ...

When Great American tragedy ended

The Civil was at its conclusion 150 years ago this month.

It's a phrase commonly uttered in times of crisis.
"Desperate times call for desperate ...

Wolverines beat NC, fall 1-0 to KW

The second game was Riverton's first loss of the high school soccer season.

The Riverton Wolverines boys soccer team fell behind for the first time ...

Western gets good showing at Burlington meet

The girls team from Western Heritage Lutheran Academy finished with a solid third-place performance in a small five school track meet Friday at Burlington's ...

Casper schools take two from RHS girls

The Riverton Lady Wolverines soccer team continued to struggle offensively, dropping two Class 4-A West matches in Casper, 3-0 to Casper Natrona on Friday and ...

Tiger girls 1-1 on road swing

The longest road trip of the girls soccer season produced a 1-1 record for the Lander Tigers.
Cody knocked off the Tigers 3-1 Friday night in Park County. ...

Riverton cowgirl Elsie Campbell enters the spring high school rodeo season No. 1 in the breakaway competition.
The spring season begins Saturday and Sunday ...

RHS sends eight golfers to Buffalo to kick off season

All eyes are going to be on the Riverton Wolverines during the 2015 spring golf season.
The Wolverines have won back-to-back Class 4-A team titles.
The ...

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Corrections
In Tuesday's Ranger, a page two headline should have said, "CO blamed for eight deaths."

Births
PINGREE
A daughter was born to ...

Volunteers with the Foster Grandparents program said the group will celebrate its 50th anniversary this year.

Riverton Mayor Lars Baker proclaimed ...

Phone scammer hung up when confronted by simple question

Editor:
One of the "scammers" mentioned in a letter to the editor called me in January.
He told me (in a heavy foreign accent that I don't think anyone ...

What we believe vs. what we know

The bare-knuckle debate might pound home the point

Bare-knuckle fighting is a stupid excuse for a sport that only attracts stupid people.
That's my ...

Funny business

Our Sunday comics are different, but not because of anything we did

One of the most popular parts of our newspaper has changed.
The Ranger's Sunday ...

Digest

Plan would protect ferret hosts
CHEYENNE --Federal officials have a new plan to encourage more landowners in Wyoming to allow reintroduction of ...

Montana wants lawsuit to quantify water rights

The state claims Wyoming shorted water deliveries on the Tongue River for decades.

CHEYENNE --The state of Montana is urging the U.S. Supreme Court ...

Wisconsin college hires former CWC administrator as president

Jason Wood of Riverton has been hired as president of Southwest Wisconsin Technical College, effective July 1.
Wood formerly served as executive vice ...

Donations to victims of Dubois fire slow down; demolition has begun

The flow of donations for business owners and others affected by the December fire in downtown Dubois has slowed to a trickle as rebuilding efforts get under ...

 
 

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