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Funding nixed for CWC's outreach site in Jackson

The Wyoming House of Representatives failed to pass a budget amendment Thursday that would have provided funding for a Central Wyoming College outreach center ...

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Births
WALKER
A son was born to Benjamin Walker of Lander and Travis Walker of Lander at 7:36 a.m. Dec. 19, 2014, at SageWest Health Care at Lander. ...

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PIPER
A daughter was born to Keshia Strickland of Riverton and Cory Piper of Riverton at 5:43 a.m. Jan. 10, 2015, at SageWest Health Care at ...

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Corrections
In Thursday's Ranger, the page one story "Woman gets 20-25 years in prison for her role in 2013 killing" should have said the killing took ...

Organizers seek input on American Indian exhibit at UW

The University of Wyoming's art museum is interested in sponsoring an American Indian museum exhibit with the Wyoming Women's Business Center.
The WWBC is ...

Fremont County's cattlemen got together in February 1984 for their annual meeting, and new officers we elected for the year.
Newly elected, from left, were ...

Northern Arapaho woman shows work at Sundance Film Festival

Enrolled Northern Arapaho and Kickapoo tribal member Missy Whiteman has been selected for the Sundance Institute Fellowship: NativeLab Fellows.
She also ...

Allen: College vote prudent

Wyoming Rep. Jim Allen, R-Lander, says his vote last week against House Bill 118 was not "anti-community college."
He was the only Fremont County ...

Decision not to expand Medicaid 'very unfortunate for Wyoming'

Editor:
When the 2015 Wyoming Legislature is over, I hope someone will take the time to look at all the money was spent on unnecessary things compared to the ...

Chris Quayle drained a long 3-point shot from well beyond the top of the key as time expired in regulation, enabling the Riverton Wolverines basketball team to ...

Rustler basketball teams win both over Western

Behind two 30-point individual efforts, the Central Wyoming College Rustlers swept Western Wyoming Community College in a men's and women's doubleheader Friday ...

Powell girls, boys handle Lander Tigers at Fieldhouse

The Powell Panthers made the most of a fast start to upset the Lander Valley High School Tigers 82-62 on Saturday night in a Class 3-A West conference ...

Library receives $2,000 grant to expand collection

AT&T has awarded a $2,000 grant to the Crowheart Library. The grant funds will be used to expand print and media collections, provide programs requested by ...

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Prison term for driver
SHERIDAN -- A judge in Sheridan has sentenced a woman for hitting two bicyclists with her vehicle last year, killing a man and ...

Presidents Day

Of the 44 who have held the office, just two weren't politicians before the White House

On Monday the nation observes Presidents Day. By the time the ...

2014 was warm, dry; some records set

On average, days in 2014 were .6 degree warmer than normal in Riverton and .4 degrees warmer than normal in Lander.

Last year was hot and a little ...

Chiefs roll over Piney, Kemmerer

Wyoming Indian now stands 5-2 in the Class 2-A Southwest heading into the final week of the regular season.

Wyoming Indian's girls avenged one of ...

The Riverton Lady Wolverines took momentum from a strong second half and a home victory over Green River 61-52 on Friday to claw the Rock Sprigs Lady Tigers ...

Despite being a little fatigued from a hectic stretch of wrestling, the Riverton High School Wolverines edged Casper Kelly Walsh 42-36 Friday night at Tonkin ...

Wyoming Indian girls beat Kemmerer and Big Piney

A slow start Friday night by the Wyoming Indian girls could be attributed to distractions on and off the court. Lady Chief head coach Aleta Moss missed the ...

 
 

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