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Justice center money included in budget passed by Legislature

One bill allocating state money for courthouse security died in the state House of Representatives on Monday, but the Legislature's approved budget set aside ...

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John Joseph Cardine Sr., 62, of Lander, died Friday, Feb. 28. A memorial service will be scheduled in the ...

New grant for heart health to grow tribe's wellness initiative

The Eastern Shoshone Tribe will amp up its cardiovascular education initiatives for tribal members with a grant from the Astrazeneca Healthcare ...

Take small steps when starting a workout

With "swimsuit weather" just around the corner and weight-loss resolutions waiting to be fulfilled, people are starting to look for the perfect exercise ...

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Man pleads guilty to killing wife
CHEYENNE -- A Cheyenne man faces a minimum of 20 years in prison after admitting to shooting his wife to death during ...

JACKSON -- Researchers are studying the effects of winter recreation on wolverines in northwest Wyoming.
The research project headed by Round River ...

Fall shutdown cost U.S. national parks $414M

Some states used their own money to reopen parks during the federal impasses, but Wyoming did not.

WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration says the ...

Budget bill passed, includes Medicaid study

CHEYENNE -- Both houses of the Wyoming Legislature passed a budget bill Monday that calls on Gov. Matt Mead and other Wyoming officials to investigate whether ...

The Riverton Middle School Be the Change Club organized this year's "Be the Change" conference Friday at Central Wyoming College. The event welcomed students ...

Modelers group makes pitch for city-owned pond; access concerns raised by council

The Wyoming Modelers Park Association hopes to lease a city-owned pond off East Monroe Avenue to operate remote-controlled boats and aircraft that land on ...

Four-plus years in prison for man in knife attack

A Northern Arapaho man has been sentenced to more than four years in prison for an assault that resulted in serious bodily injury to the mother of his ...

Day at the Legislature

CHEYENNE -- Additional developments at the Wyoming Legislature on the 16th day of the planned 20-day 2014 Budget Session:
BUDGET: Both houses of the ...

New 'Hill bill' dies on House floor, along with amendment restoring previous job

A bill that would allow for a special legislative session to deal with fallout from the recent state Supreme Court decision in the superintendent of public ...

Analysts say a drastic increase in salary might be the only solution.

WASHINGTON -- The nation's regional airlines are having trouble hiring enough ...

CWC auditions planned Tuesday night

Auditions for Central Wyoming College Theater Department's Showcase 2014 are at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center.
CWC Theater Director ...

Wyoming digest

Oil tanks catch fire, explode
GILLETTE -- Nobody was hurt when two oil tanks caught fire and exploded northwest of Gillette. One partially full tank ...

Gripping testimony in murder trial

CHEYENNE -- A woman who was wounded in a shooting that left two other people dead testified Friday that defendant Nathaniel Castellanos was the man who pulled ...

Prizes, raffles highlight annual Shamrock Shindig fundraiser

Lander's Shamrock Shindig on Saturday will offer each attendee a chance to win a "pot of gold" containing a 1-ounce gold coin valued at $1,300.
The event is ...

Riverton man pleads guilty to deer poaching

A Riverton man has pleaded guilty to poaching a buck mule deer in a closed season. The incident occurred June 28 near the Wyoming Honor Farm, east of ...

Immigration issues at heart of play

The performance will be at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday at Central Wyoming College.

"No Roosters in the Desert," a play that follows the journey of ...

 
 

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