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Olympians deliver inspirational messages to young swimmers

Jan 6, 2013 - By Bruce Tippets, Sports Editor:  Four-time United States Olympic swimming gold medalist Jason Lezak brought his talents and message of always believing in yourself to Lander for a clinic ... [more]

CWC Lander hosting Bridges Out of Poverty workshop

Jan 6, 2013 - From staff reports:  A daylong workshop aimed at service providers, educators and business owners whose daily work connects with people living in poverty will be hosted by Central ... [more]

Jackson Dinner Theater duo to perform in Lander

Jan 6, 2013 - From staff reports:  The Jackson Dinner Theater is coming to Lander for two performances in January.
"Cooking the World," written by Bob Berky and starring Bob Berky and Jeff ... [more]

TV series features case of missing Lander jogger

Jan 6, 2013 - By Christina George, Staff Writer:  Amy Wroe Bechtel disappeared in 1997 while running in the mountains near Loop Road.

The ongoing investigation into the 1997 disappearance of Amy Wroe ... [more]

Riverton not off to a good start on plowing the snow

Jan 3, 2013 - Feike van Dijk, Lander:  Editor:
I'm a Fremont County Resident who commutes every day from Lander to Riverton and while driving in Wyoming weather conditions it made me more aware ... [more]

Nearly $55,000 spent on Bunker Road work

Jan 2, 2013 - By Christina George, Staff Writer:  Fremont County spent nearly $55,000 on improvements to Bunker Road since work began on the controversial roadway 15 months ago. 
That figure was one Fremont ... [more]

Numerous applicants for Lander museum vacancy

Dec 26, 2012 - By Christina George, Staff Writer:  The new director will replace Carol Thiesse, who was terminated in August.
 
The Fremont County Museums Board had received at least nine applicants ... [more]

Digest

Dec 26, 2012 - From staff reports:  Science fair judges needed
Central Wyoming College, which is hosting the West Central Regional Science Fair on Monday, Jan. 28, is seeking judges to ... [more]

Shipley graduates from Harding

Dec 21, 2012 - From staff reports:  Benjamin Shipley of Lander was among the roughly 360 graduates who received a diploma at Harding University commencement exercises Dec. 15.
Shipley received a ... [more]

The way it was - Lander Mayor McOmie, 1981

Dec 16, 2012 - Staff:  State Rep. Del McOmie of Lander this month is wrapping up his 16-year career as a Wyoming Legislator, but his career as an elected official didn't start there. ... [more]

Achievers

Dec 14, 2012 - From staff reports:  Lander resident graduates
Stephen Hickner of Lander was among the 2,600 students who graduated from Wayne State University this semester. The ... [more]

Woodworker wins third for kitchen design

Dec 13, 2012 - Staff:  Scott Robeson Custom Woodworking of Lander recently won third place at the Cabinet Makers Association's annual contest in the category of Kitchen, Face Frame, ... [more]

Thursday meeting addresses hunt/fish changes

Dec 11, 2012 - By Eric Blom, Staff Writer:  The Wyoming Game and Fish commission must approve the new rules, most of which deal with how the agency sells licenses, for them to take effect. ... [more]

Digest

Dec 9, 2012 - From staff reports:  Crack-seal project under way
A $991,000 project to crack-seal highways is under way throughout Central and Northwest Wyoming, and work will continue ... [more]

County students place in photography contest

Dec 9, 2012 - From staff reports:  The Nature Conservancy of Wyoming has announced the winners for its fourth annual "I Believe in Conservation" high school photography contest. This year's ... [more]

Man arrested in arson case after stakeout

Dec 5, 2012 - By Christina George, Staff Writer:  A man was apprehended after a lengthy stakeout Tuesday evening at a Lander residence. Police said they think the man is connected to an arson that occurred ... [more]

Campus killer blamed dad for Asperger's

Dec 4, 2012 - By Mead Gruver, The Associated Press:  Christopher Krumm killed his father, a former Lander resident, and a Casper woman before committing suicide Friday.

A man who killed his father, a ... [more]

Police confirm identities of Casper victims

Dec 2, 2012 - From staff reports:  The Friday morning murder-suicide left three dead, including former Lander resident James Krumm.

Officials on Saturday confirmed Friday's article in ... [more]

Digest

Dec 2, 2012 - From staff reports:  Part of Loop Road closed for season
Parts of the Loop Road on the Washakie Ranger District of the Shoshone National Forest have been closed for the ... [more]

State Rep. McOmie wins Golden Bell Award

Nov 30, 2012 - By Christina George, Staff Writer:  The Wyoming School Boards Association at a ceremony last week honored longtime state Rep. Del McOmie, R-Lander, with the prestigious Golden Bell Award.
"We're ... [more]

Chaplain fired amid conduct allegations

Nov 30, 2012 - By Christina George, Staff Writer:  Wyoming Catholic College took the action against the Rev. Stuart MacDonald.
 
Wyoming Catholic College officials said a chaplain was fired from the ... [more]

Three dead in Casper attack; one may be past Lander resident

Nov 30, 2012 - By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer:  Riverton residents had Casper College students and staff in mind on Friday after an attack resulted in the death of three people on and near the ... [more]

Cameco uranium mine reaches EIS stage; nearly 100 new jobs forecast

Nov 28, 2012 - By Eric Blom, Staff Writer:  Uranium mining is a step closer to returning to Fremont County. The Bureau of Land Management Lander Field Office has released a draft environmental impact ... [more]

Word on skull identification not likely for weeks

Nov 28, 2012 - From staff reports:  Fremont Coroner Ed McAuslan said he could know by the end of January whether the partial human skull found this summer near the Popo Agie Falls belonged to ... [more]

Dry goods store -- 1894

Nov 25, 2012 - Staff:  The transition from wood buildings to brick was a welcome sign of progress and stability for small western towns, and this store was a sign of exactly that in ... [more]

Library hosting fourth opera of 2012-13 season

Nov 25, 2012 - From staff reports:  The fourth opera of the 2012-13 Lander Met Opera season, "La Clemenza di Tio," will be presented at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, at the Lander Library.
This ... [more]

Journal cover to feature work by Lander artist

Nov 23, 2012 - Staff:  The Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association Dec. 15 issue will feature a pastel portrait of the beloved basset hound "Polly," by Lander artist ... [more]

Defendant says 'not guilty' to murder charge in Lander death

Nov 21, 2012 - By Christina George, Staff Writer:  The defendant accused of shooting and killing his cousin and of sexually assaulting a woman in September pleaded his innocence in court Tuesday ... [more]

Wyoming author to have book signing Monday in Lander

Nov 18, 2012 - From staff reports:  Anyone wanting signed copies of Bill Sniffin's new coffee table book about Wyoming can buy them Monday, Nov. 19, at a reception at the Best Western ... [more]

BLM seeks public input on Gas Hills uranium project proposal

Nov 18, 2012 - From staff reports:  The Bureau of Land Management Lander Field Office is seeking public input on the Gas Hills In-Situ Recovery Uranium Project Draft Environmental Impact ... [more]