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SHOSHONI -- Ending a one-year hiatus, the Shoshoni Wranglers are back in the Class 1-A football playoffs after holding off a physical Riverside team 26-12 at ...

Lander Valley High School football coach John Rounds had high praise for the Riverton Wolverines on Friday, a day after a winless season ended for the ...

Wyoming Indian's girls were a close second in their Class 2-A sate meet.

The Wyoming Indian High School Chiefs won their eighth consecutive Class ...

Letter defending fossil fuels missed an important point

Editor;
Gloria Gregory's defense of the fossil fuels industry in her Oct. 19 letter to the editor is not illegitimate, but it misses a key point in the letter ...

Hugo saves the day (and his buddy)

If you've ever lost a dog, then you know the pain and anguish you suffer as you search.

At a distant point in time a wolf cub wandered near a human ...

Answering to voters

Any move to take voters out of state-level education ought to be resisted strongly

In the general election coming a week from Tuesday, some of the ...

The Hon. Clarence "Bud" Addison Brimmer Jr. of Cheyenne died Oct. 23, 2014, at the Boulder Community Foothills Hospital in Boulder, Colo. He was 92.
Brimmer ...

New UW facility to serve as university's 'front door'

The University of Wyoming cut the ribbon Friday on the Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center -- a dramatic welcoming center with state-of-the-art technological ...

Cable splicer a busy man around ski areas

JACKSON -- Replacing a cable on a ski lift doesn't require a mechanic, it requires an artist. Fortunately for Jackson Hole's ski epicenters, a world-class cable ...

With an eye on the coming session of the Wyoming Legislature, the Fremont County Association of Governments invited local lawmakers to hear concerns on topics ...

College hosting Halls of Horrors event this week

Thrill-seekers can take guided tours this week through the dark halls of the Robert A. Peck Arts Center at Central Wyoming College.
Around every corner will ...

Central Wyoming College and the Wyoming Department of Administration and Information have announced that construction has begun on the new CWC Lander Center, ...

Classical musicians to perform two public concerts in Fremont County

Cellist Evan Drachman and pianist Mary Au will perform two public concerts this fall in Fremont County.
The first show is at 2 p.m. Nov. 2 at the Riverton ...

A new display on historic Wyoming hotels has opened at the Pioneer Museum in Lander.
The display, titled "A Room for the Night," is a collaboration between ...

College addresses 'persistence' rate among students

Valdez says he'll dig into the data

New Central Wyoming College president Cris Valdez sees areas in which the school could use improvement, and he ...

Two contests for city council seats

Two other positions have just one candidate on the Nov. 4 general election ballot.

Two former members of the Riverton City Council are vying to ...

Alligators on the way for 2015 fair, but no truck pull

The sharks were such a hit at this year's Fremont County Fair that organizers cast about for something equally exciting, fearsome and out of place in Wyoming ...

Ballots to include questions on lodging tax, judges and mill levy

Local voters could see some odd questions when they go to the polls Nov. 4.

Lodging tax
Ballots in all Fremont County precincts are to include a ...

Lander Met Opera will present "Carmen" at 11 a.m. Saturday in the Carnegie Room at the Lander Library.
Georges Bizet created the opera from a play by the ...

Mitchell a contender for regional XC crown for Rustlers

During the summer months, Tristan Mitchell thought he was going to take his running talents to Black Hills State University.
The former Newcastle standout ...

 
 

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