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Traffic jam around fairgrounds was not 'the end of the world'

Editor:
I enjoyed the Fremont County Fair very much, and I think part of the reason I did was that I didn't too much of my time getting upset about the road ...

Eight days to the primary election

Three statewide races stand out this year, all on the Republican side.

Thomas Jefferson is considered the great "Renaissance Man" to occupy the White ...

When he ran for governor four years ago, Matt Mead put 100,000 miles on a new SUV, and 40,000 on another.
He won't match that in his re-election bid, but ...

Former Riverton Police Department captain Mark Stone will take on three-term incumbent Sheriff Skip Hornecker in the Republican primary election Aug. ...

Wild horse, burro advisory board to meet in Riverton

The Bureau of Land Management's National Wild Horse and Burro advisory board will meet Aug. 25 in Riverton to discuss issues relating to the management and ...

Wyoming digest

Man wants reduced sentence
CASPER -- The attorney for a man imprisoned for a crash that killed two people wants a judge to reduce his sentence, saying ...

Brubaker, other Libertarians file for office; school candidates as well

Libertarian candidates filed for a wide slate of state offices Friday, including one from Riverton.
Richard Brubaker submitted proper fees and paperwork for ...

Fremont County's famed industry of yore, the tie drive, ran from 1916 to 1946, when 11 million railroad ties were cut in the forests above Dubois, floated down ...

Centenarian to give personal history of Dunoir Valley

The Dubois resident will speak in the Wind River Lives and Legacies series.

Esther Pickett Wells, a 103-year-old Dubois resident, will be the ...

Organizers seek input on Sand Creek commemoration plans

Residents are invited to help plan the upcoming commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre during a meeting Wednesday at the Great ...

All right already

Surely there is more for our candidates to talk about than hatred of the federal government

From the looks and sounds of this year's political ...

Digest

Museum to mark city anniversary
The Riverton Museum will celebrate the city's 108th birthday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 16.
The celebration will ...

CHEYENNE -- North American lions, cheetahs and short-faced bears: Those are just a few fearsome critters from 25,000 years ago paleontologists already might ...

Green Mountain campground won't be opened until next year

Construction is finished on Fremont County's rebuilt Green Mountain campground, but the ...

Lander soccer all-stater to boot for Northwest College

Taylor Meeks knows the next chapter in her soccer life will begin on the women's Northwest College soccer team in the fall.
Meeks made her decision official ...

Rabbi, imam, priest plan to build interfaith 'house' in Berlin

The trio hope Christians, Jews and Muslims will study and pray together soon.

BERLIN -- A rabbi, an imam and a priest start praying together under the ...

Today

Corrections
In Thursday's Ranger, the page six photo "Soccer moves" should have said 7-year-old Landon Justice deflected the ball Tuesday.
In ...

Road work next week on BLM road in county

The Bureau of Land Management Lander Field Office will be improving portions of the Hudson-Atlantic City Road from Sunday to Friday. Travelers are advised to ...

Digest

State regulators OK wind farm
A wind farm that could become the largest wind energy project in the U.S. has received approval from state regulators but ...

Newspaper sues over charge for public records

CHEYENNE -- The Wyoming Tribune Eagle has filed suit seeking to block Laramie County School District 1 from charging to make public records available for ...

 
 

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