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Man guilty in pipe bomb plot
LARAMIE -- A jury has found a Laramie man guilty of plotting to use a homemade pipe bomb to kill the man his wife was ...

City OKs $200K to help lure new airline to service Riverton Regional Airport

The Riverton City Council earmarked $200,000 during its meeting Tuesday that may be needed to help recruit a new airline to Riverton Regional Airport. ...

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In Wednesday's Ranger, the page six story "Good RHS contingent to state track" should have said Jared Kobbe qualified with a fourth-place ...

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ROBERTS
Mary Elisabeth "Marybeth" Roberts, 76, died Friday, May 15. A private ceremony will be at a later date.

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With a No. 1 seed already locked up for the Class 3-A girls state soccer tournament, the Lander Tigers dropped a pair of matches in the final week of the ...

Solving the world's problems

Roy Maxson and I did it during many a long bus ride.

Whether by fate or providence, there are times in life when just the right person enters your ...

Police arrest man after recovering $10,000 in stolen tools and equipment

More than $10,000 in stolen equipment and tools reportedly have been recovered, resulting in the arrest of a Lander-area man.
Joshua Alan Devore, 34, of rural ...

CWC official says instructor pay disparity a retention challenge

Administrators at Central Wyoming College have noticed a disparity in the local salary structure for instructors at the K-12 and post-secondary levels.
Under ...

A new ambulance is on the way for Fremont County. Grant money from the State Loan and Investments Board is paying for most of the vehicle. Fremont County ...

Riverton man pleading not guilty in March robbery case

A Riverton man pleaded not guilty May 7 to three charges related to an armed robbery in March at a Lander hotel.
John Michael Dick, who was 27 at the time of ...

Riverton has had several swimming pools in its 109-year history, but this one was the first.
The "reservoir pool" used water from the Riverton Canal that was ...

A 7-0 victory against Newcastle was a perfect way for the Lander Tigers to end the Class 3-A boys soccer regular season Saturday at Tiger Field.
Jackson, the ...

The Class 1-A West boys regional track meet was a coronation of sorts for the Cokeville Panthers. Anyone wondering why the Panthers were so good in football ...

Lander man receives probation for sexually abusing minor

The owner of Lander's Subway restaurant was sentenced to three years probation on April 2 for sexually abusing an underage employee. He would see three to five ...

Riverton girls take sixth seed heading into regional play

The Wolverines face third seed Casper KellyR00;Walsh on Thursday in Rock Springs.

The Riverton Wolverines girls soccer team generated its first ...

Scholarship applications due May 31 for women's antelope hunt

The Wyoming Women's Foundation has announced that scholarship applications for the 2015 Wyoming Women's Antelope Hunt are due May 31.
The foundation founded ...

Brooks Lake Campground allowing only hard-sided camping

The area has seen more bear activity in recent years.

The Wind River Ranger District of the Shoshone National Forest has decided to allow only ...

Library to host screening of sage grouse program Tuesday

Wyoming PBS is hosting a series of public screenings of "The Sagebrush Sea," a documentary from the award-winning series Nature.
Each screening will be ...

No injuries in blaze that destroyed home

No one was injured in a structure fire that destroyed a home at about 3 p.m. May 2 on Paintbrush Drive north of Riverton.
Officials were unsure how the blaze ...

Researchers making big strides with Cheyenne supercomputer

CHEYENNE --To see it in operation, "glamorous" probably isn't the right word to describe the Yellowstone supercomputer, with its dozens of rows of Spartan ...

 
 

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