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New food storage regs in place on Shoshone and B-T forests

Minimizing conflicts between people and bears is the focus of a revised food storage order which expands requirements for storing food on portions of the ...

Two-years of probation for man in meth case

A Riverton man was sentenced June 29 to two years supervised probation for distribution of methamphetamine.
The charge is punishable by up to 20 years in ...

Fiber upgrade on reservation hampered by council split

For more than three years, CenturyLink has been trying to secure an agreement that would upgrade the fiber optic connectivity on the Wind River Indian ...

'Men Who Cook' July 9, fairgrounds

The United Way of Southwest Wyoming and Graduation Matters Riverton will collaborate for sustainability through a major fundraising event called Men Who Cook. ...

Hand cart trek schedule available

The Bureau of Land Management Lander Field Office has posted an online schedule of group use along and adjacent to four National Historic Trails which will ...

Aspen Days scheduled July 12-14

A large habitat enhancement project in the South Pass area near Atlantic City begins its second year of activity this month.
The primary focus of the project ...

New UW president visits Riverton on Tuesday, reservation Wednesday

Fremont County residents have an opportunity to meet new University of Wyoming President Laurie Nichols during a public event Tuesday, July 5, at Central ...

Guardian takes over EMS; no oversight plan in place

Fremont County turned over its emergency management services to the private company AMRG, which will operate locally as Guardian EMS.
The change-over took ...

GOP House candidate forum Friday

Candidates running for Wyoming's contested seat in the U.S. House of Representatives participate in a public forum sponsored by the Fremont County Republican ...

Aiden Lebrun, left, tried his hand at the tomahawk throw Saturday afternoon at the 1838 ...

Vets, nurse students get first college fund pinch

Part 2 of 2

The Wyoming Community College Commission has prepared a list of 10 priorities showing the preferred order of budget cuts for the agency ...

A squad of Riverton fastpitch softball all-stars will represent Wyoming at the Little League West Regional Tournament in San Bernardino, California on July ...

Central Wyoming College signed signed Rachelle "Lil Bit" Lynch, front row, center, to a national letter of intent to play basketball for the Rustlers. The St. ...

Bailey Wilson, left, signed a national letter of intent to attend and play volleyball at Central Wyoming College. The Wind River alum was named to the Class ...

Raiders hammer Mustangs in Legion road opener, 11-0

Ridge McCoy, Jaren Draper and Baylor Beers combined to go 8-for-12 with eight runs batted in during a win over Lovell.

Following a doubleheader split ...

Championship week a winner for community

The past week saw playoffs contested and champions crowned across all levels of baseball from one end of Fremont County to another.
However, the epicenter was ...

Veteran Little League umpire Lee Martinez is entering his 50th season on the diamond and has just about seen it all.

Lee Martinez and his wife were ...

New laws on guns, electric cars among those now taking effect

A number of new laws passed earlier this year by the Wyoming Legislature took effect July 1.
The biggest bills are budget-related, as the 2016 legislative ...

Cat heads and hush puppies

Both were part of Grandma Sally's cuisine, and they were marvelous.

Basking in the July heat marks the halfway point between Wyoming's main seasons, ...

Declaration

Fifty-six Americans signed their names beneath these words on this date 240 years ago

When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for ...

 
 

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