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Remember who hired EMS director now being criticized

Editor:
I have read the letter from the county treasurer criticizing the former ambulance director. He lists all of Mr. Zillmer's faults and called him a ...

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Our annual suggestion to learn some basics about the old man

During a job-shadowing opportunity a few years back, a teenager who visited the ...

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Flagger struck, killed by truck
ELK MOUNTAIN -- A flagger has been struck and killed by a truck in a construction zone on Interstate 80 in southern ...

Car windows likely hit by debris, not shots

LOVELAND, Colo. -- Officials investigating three roadside shootings in northern Colorado say shattered vehicle windows in the area are being reported more ...

Sage West Auxiliary members realized their organization was in peril in 2013 -- the same year the organization celebrated its 40th anniversary and received the ...

Housing repair loans and grants available

Low-income homeowners and senior citizens are eligible for assistance.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Rural Development department is offering ...

UW student e-mail privacy might be protected under law weighed by legislators

CHEYENNE -- A legislative panel will consider a proposal to make sure e-mails from University of Wyoming students are not accessible under the state's Public ...

Rock Springs wants back in picture for NHFR

The city is is hosting the event for the fourth time in July, but Gillette is hosting it for 2016 and 2017.

ROCK SPRINGS -- Officials in the city ...

Library hosting doodle workshop

The Riverton Branch Library presents the fourth "Summer of Doodle" workshop at 1 p.m. Monday.
Artist Aubry Ellis will teach the art of mixed media.
To sign ...

Cowboy hall of fame picks three county residents as '15 honorees

The trio will be inducted Sept. 27 at the Casper Events Center.

The Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame has announced the names of the 51 cowboys and ...

Central Wyoming College archaeology students presented their research May 2 during a joint conference of the Wyoming Archaeological Society/Wyoming Association ...

Museums line up another week of programs

The Riverton Museum will kick off this week's programs with an Adventure Trek on Tuesday to St. Stephen's Indian Mission.
The trek will begin at 8:30 a.m. at ...

Mead appeals dismissal of lawsuit on wild horses

Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead is appealing a federal judge's recent dismissal of a lawsuit the state filed seeking to force the federal government to remove more wild ...

Tuesday open house set for Wind River Job Corps Center

A public open house is scheduled this week at the Wind River Job Corps Center on Airport Road in Riverton.
Free tours begin at 4 p.m. Tuesday at the ...

The Shoshone Tribal Cultural Center hosted the fifth annual Treaty Day events in the first week of summer 1992. Visitors and participants saw exhibits of ...

Wyoming rig count down one for week

HOUSTON -- Oilfield services company Baker Hughes Inc. says the number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. declined by two this week to ...

Commission expects to spend more; attorney less

Several county departments presented budget requests to Fremont County commissioners on June 10.
Most continued the trend of keeping spending in line with ...

After hearing concerns from citizens, city approves replat for apartments

The Riverton City Council voted Tuesday to approve the replat of lots for the new Copper Mountain Apartments.
The apartments will be constructed by BlueLine ...

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Deaths
KESSLER
Donald Kynion Kessler, 64, formerly of Riverton, died Thursday, June 11, in Scottsbluff, Neb. Per his request, there will be no ...

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Births
WHITEPLUME
A child was born to Torrey Ferris of Riverton and Karl Whiteplume of Arapahoe at 3:38 p.m. May 22 at SageWest Health Care at ...

 
 

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