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Wyoming had voted for President Franklin D. Roosevelt a couple of times in earlier elections, but in 1944 the state swung Republican. Thomas Dewey gave FDR the ...

Thirteen graduate from summer Second Wind program

The course is funded by the U.S. Department of Labor to assist 18- to 21-year-olds who have had a youthful offense.

The Second Wind program at ...

Uden talks

Letters from triple murder illuminate some crime details

Questions have lingered about Gerald Uden's murdering his ex-wife and two adopted sons - ...

Tim Stathis began teaching in 1985 in different Alaska communities populated by Eskimos, the Tlingit culture and three tribes from the Athabascans of ...

Interns identify safety concerns on Central Wyoming College campus

Interns at Central Wyoming College are studying ways to improve campus safety through a concept called "crime prevention through environmental design."
The ...

Victim in fatal crash involving Riverton man is identified

The Worland woman killed when her car was struck by a vehicle driven by a Riverton man has been identified.
Karen Davis, 61, was driving on U.S. Highway 20 on ...

Hundreds vote in Eastern Shoshone elections

More than 1,900 Eastern Shoshone tribal members cast their votes in the primary election Sept. 16 for the Eastern Shoshone Business Council race.
There were ...

The $4.21 million highway improvement project ongoing northwest of Riverton has caused a daily traffic jam for local commuters, but it also affects out-of-town ...

Feds must answer Wyoming wolf argument Monday

A federal judge's order on Tuesday put a stop to planned wolf hunts in Wyoming this year, at least temporarily.

CHEYENNE -- A federal judge in ...

The Lander Library and Central Wyoming College Lander Center are teaming up to present "Beyond Books," a free series of evening presentations on how to use the ...

UW prepares for road challenge at MSU

Michigan State isn't exactly known as "Quarterback U" around college football circles -- yet.
But if the current trend continues, Michigan State just might ...

High expectations were met Saturday at the skate tournament at Riverton City Park.
The event was sponsored by the Central Wyoming Skateboarding Association. ...

Wolverines 'owned' Worland in Week 2

Week two in Riverton's 1994 first-ever state championship football season saw the Wolverines travel to Worland ...

An apparent scoring error in Thursday's Riverton vs. Lander high school girls swim meet has reversed the original team results and has given the Lady ...

In its home opener after 20 straight road matches, CWC outlasted Sheridan College in five games.

In a pressure-packed Region IX volleyball opener, ...

Former professor sentenced

POWELL -- A judge has ordered a former science professor at Northwest College in Powell to serve prison time for the sexual abuse of a boy.
Park County ...

City lights at night: Trying to imagine Jesus' daily experiences

The New Testament Gospels are so focused on Jesus' teachings and miracles that they give few details of his life experiences. They do not mention that growing ...

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Births
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A daughter was born to Paige Dooley of Lander and Trevor Dooley of Lander at 7:56 a.m. June 5 at SageWest Health Care at Riverton. The ...

In August, the newest Habitat for Humanity home was relocated from the primary build site to its permanent location.
Andy Eckart, chairman of Habitat for ...

Gerber team wins One Shot with three harvests

Although two teams harvested three antelope during the 2014 One Shot Antelope Hunt in Lander, the Gerber team rose to the top with the fastest time.
Terry ...

 
 

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