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Over time, morality has become face of public Christianity

A non-Christian who read recent newspapers to learn about Christianity might arrive at the following picture. Christianity believes that marriage is between a ...

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Corrections
In Thursday's Ranger, the page one story "Mayor and council races shape up for November; primary totals certified" should have said several ...

During Capitol renovation, liquor warehouse might host Legislature

The state's old liquor warehouse is among the options being considered to host the 2016 and 2017 legislative sessions.
A planned renovation of the State ...

Stringham, Savage to marry

Brenda Lee Savage and David Lee Stringham, both of Riverton, have announced their engagement.
The future bride is 1980 graduate of Wind River High School and ...

Penzien, Hehr to wed Sept. 5

Jim and Phyllis Penzien of Riverton are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Teri Ann Penzien to Ryan Benjamin Hehr, the son of Bob and Jo Hehr ...

Perryman, Amend wed June 28

Sady Lynn Perryman of Riverton and Rex Allen Amend of Los Angeles were married June 28 at Washington Park in Laramie.
Jeff Thompson officiated the ceremony. ...

Habitat for Humanity receives $5K from First Interstate Bank

Funds will go toward the continued construction of the organization's 16th house in Fremont County.

Habitat for Humanity, Wind River Country recently ...

A bicycle touring group passed through Riverton recently on Day 19 of a 50-day, 3,700-mile journey.
The cyclists are riding from coast to coast, starting in ...

Previous writers correct, and stray marks a problem on election ballots

Editor:
I agree whole heartedly with the Frank Tanner and Lew Diehl comments.
Mr. Tanner is so right about renaming Riverton "Weed City." (...

Competent for trial isn't the point

We've got to make young people competent for parenting

The front page headline said "Woman accused in baby killing found competent for trial.''
Wait ...

Medicaid expansion

His primary election won, the governor shows signs of wanting to solve the problem

Word comes this week from Cheyenne that Gov. Matt Mead, whose ...

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Pastor actually shot himself
CENTENNIAL -- Wyoming law enforcement officials say a pastor who reported being shot and wounded in a struggle with a ...

Wyoming woman killed in accident at Burning Man festival in Nevada

BLACK ROCK DESERT, Nev. -- A 29-year-old Wyoming woman attending the Burning Man counterculture festival in Nevada died early Thursday after she was struck by a ...

CHEYENNE -- The University of Wyoming saw a slight dip in private contributions in the last fiscal year but still collected the second-highest amount ever ...

1 percent tax fund contains $2.36 million; Pure Gas Road project next up

The Riverton City Council has approved a bid advertisement for a widening and overlay project on Pure Gas Road.
The work will be paid for using 1 percent ...

Trail expansion eyed for cyclists and horseback riders

The Bureau of Land Management is considering expanding trails in the Johnny Behind the Rocks area, which would give mountain bikers and horseback riders more ...

Local ticket biggest payer in first week of WyoLotto

The biggest prize paid out by the first-ever drawings in Wyoming's new state lottery was on a ticket bought in Riverton.
The winner got $2,500.
No one hit ...

Visitor services coordinator hopes to build narrative through local history

What is a scholar of old Scandinavian languages, a Vikings expert, and ...

Phyllis Britain

Phyllis Britain, of Lysite, died Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014, at Help for Health Hospice Home. She was 87 years old.
A funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. ...

Cindy Henry

Cindy Henry, of Lander, died Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014, in Salt Lake City after fighting multiple sclerosis for 15 years. She was 43 years old.
Services were ...

 
 

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