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Questions sought for forum
In an effort to give students, staff and community members an opportunity to meet local candidates running for office, the ...

Authorities seeking info in stop sign vandalism on 8 Mile Road

Nine stop signs were destroyed Saturday evening on 8 Mile Road by someone "with no regard to public safety," according to the Fremont County Sheriff's ...

At Cody library, kids reading books to dogs

For Kacey Deroche her children's literacy is important enough to enlist canine support. She brought her sons to the Park County Public Library's "Read to a ...

No plans for RPD to get surplus Army gear, but it's tempting

Police departments throughout the United States have been purchasing surplus military equipment at reduced rates in recent years, but local officials don't ...

Kessler vs. Price key race in fall county commission campaign

Former Fremont County planning director Ray Price is trying to move from an appointed position in county government to an elected one this year, challenging ...

Fundraiser to aid Center of Hope

The family focused "Empty Bowl" event features gourmet soups.

An "Empty Bowl" fundraiser for the Center of Hope detoxification facility in Riverton ...

Public workshop to review Boysen master plan

Wyoming State Parks is hosting the third public workshop for the Boysen State Park master plan. The meeting will be 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday in the Little ...

Wyoming digest

Stiff penalties face train thief
GILLETTE -- A 22-year-old Wyoming man accused of stealing a train faces stiffer penalties if he is convicted, now that ...

Families are invited to a "spooky" night Saturday at the Pioneer Museum in Lander.
Crafts and activities will be in the main lobby throughout the night. ...

Each year the Wyoming State Historical Society produces a calendar full of photographs from Wyoming's past.
This picture was featured in the 1994 calendar, ...

Abandoned car project in city going well so far, say police

Riverton officials say the recent push to remove abandoned vehicles from city roadways has been successful thus far.
"We're getting a lot of positive ...

County waits on gay marriage

A federal judge has struck down Wyoming's law against same-sex marriage, but couples in Fremont County hoping to wed are still waiting.
The Fremont County ...

Once again the Wyoming State Historical Society has partnered with the American Heritage Center to create a 2015 calendar of Wyoming history.
With more than ...

Casting agent looking for native actors

Wind River Indian Reservation residents will have an opportunity to audition for several roles in the six-hour HBO miniseries "Lewis and Clark."
Rene Haynes ...

UW faculty icon's memoir published

Three years ago, George Frison, an emeritus professor of anthropology at the University of Wyoming, remembers sitting in a hospital waiting room while his ...

Today

Births
McCABE
A son was born to Crystal Comesrunningbuck of Lander and Charles McCabe of Lander at 9:17 p.m. Aug. 10 at SageWest Health Care at ...

Boy's 'temper tantrum' in parking lot prompts onlookers to call authorities

Officers responding to a juvenile problem Oct. 9 in Riverton determined that the issue had been "self-inflicted."
The problem reportedly arose when a ...

Walking up to the governor and state superintendent debates Thursday, attendees and candidates got an eyeful of signs calling for Wyoming to expand Medicaid. ...

Digest

UW top seed in knowledge bowl
LARAMIE -- A five-member University of Wyoming petroleum engineering team is the No. 1 ranked team heading into the 13th ...

Marriage issue aside, gays not protected by workplace laws

CHEYENNE -- Even if gay marriage comes to the Equality State, employers in the state can still legally fire a worker just for being homosexual.
Wyoming is one ...

 
 

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