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District approves changes to improve language education

Fremont County School District 38 has approved an out-of-state travel request for two events in October that will help school staff and community elders teach ...

BLM announces free days

The Bureau of Land Management, in conjunction with other agencies within the Department of the Interior, will waive recreation-related fees for visitors to the ...

District 38 four months ahead in the audit process

The Arapahoe school district has partnered with McKee, Marburger & Fagnant, P.C. of Lander to perform its pre-audit under the conditions of its Casper-based ...

Jaquelynn Dahlstedt of Lander was a semifinalist in Miss Wyoming Teen USA, which was held Sept. 21 in Casper.
The competition consisted of three ...

Communications with loved ones at the Wyoming Life Resource Center will now be easier for guardians, friends and parents after the facility received five ...

Timber sale work may affect traffic near Brooks Lake

The Brooks Lake Campground timber sale is set to begin Friday on the Wind River Ranger District of the Shoshone National Forest.
To minimize interference with ...

Oregon rejects Wyoming's appeal of proposed coal port

CHEYENNE --The Oregon Department of State Lands has denied an appeal by the State of Wyoming over Oregon's rejection of a proposed coal terminal on the ...

Police arrest two women on charges of child abuse

Authorities found 17 people, including 11 children, living in a three-bedroom home in Riverton.

Two women were arrested for child abuse Tuesday after ...

New arrest may result in bond revocation for admitted meth dealer

An admitted meth dealer from Dubois is in a "sticky spot," according to his lawyer.
The defendant, Trampes Frank Rivers, of Dubois, was arrested again Tuesday ...

Shoshone tribe says it will continue with joint council despite Arapaho withdrawal

Both tribes met in the Joint Business Council to approve actions, payments and contracts for programs.

The Eastern Shoshone Tribe announced it would ...

Evidence of drug use found after crash

CASPER --Police in Casper found evidence of drug and inhalant use in a car that crashed into the Wyoming Medical Center last month, killing two passengers and ...

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Questar seeks lower gas rates
ROCK SPRINGS --Questar Gas is proposing to cut its natural gas rates in Wyoming by $900,000.
The proposal would mean ...

Modelers Park

Many would benefit if the facility could be spared under state land plan

State officials determining whether to put 300 acres of state land near the ...

Record-high temps in late September 'unusual,' expert says

Two of last week's warm fall days broke heat records in Riverton and Lander.
Sept. 24 and Sept. 25 were the hottest on record for those dates in both Fremont ...

Three straight in midst of '94 campaign

The Riverton Wolverines found some bumps on the road to their first-ever state football championship 20 years ...

The Riverton Lady Wolverines volleyball team dropped the first set but managed to shake off the unfamiliar home-court jitters to down Green River 3-1 (20-25, ...

Rustlers put three in final at Sheridan rodeo

Three fall rodeos are in the books for the Central Wyoming College Rustlers.
The season started for CWC last month at the Rustler Roundup Rodeo at the ...

Columnist's words on NFL player offenses were thoughtful

Editor:
I appreciated the thoughtful words by Clair McFarland in relation to the National Football League players and domestic violence.
These crimes did ...

CASPER --Beginning Jan. 1, artists can begin sending submissions to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department for the conservation stamp art contest.
The winning ...

Wyoming can be a wind leader too

New project has transformative potential for state, nation


Here's what I like about the recent announcement of the plan to build an $8 billion wind ...

 
 

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