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Thomas Guy Ames

Former Pavillion resident Thomas Guy Ames has died at age 74.
Memorial services are Saturday, May 20, 2017 at the Congregational Church in Big Piney.
He was ...

Lady Wolverines qualify for state soccer tourney

Cydney Bradley scored two goals, including the game-winner, in a 3-1 victory against Torrington.

The Riverton Lady Wolverine girls soccer team ...

Class 2-A, 1-A schools compete at regionals

Several Fremont County athletes won events at the meet in Lander.

Clear skies, warm temperatures and only a moderate wind on Saturday afternoon ...

Wolverines, Tigers compete at track regionals

Riverton's Brodie Roden, Alec Richardson and Naya Shime were all double-winners at the Class 3-A West meet in Rock Springs.

On Friday and Saturday, ...

Magical night of HS soccer, Rustlers rookies

On Tuesday evening at Wolverine Field, we witnessed something perhaps unprecedented in the history of Big Red sports.
What we had was a showdown between the ...

Cops, specialists team for mental health training

Law enforcement and other officials have been learning about mental illnesses this week during a training session in Riverton.
The program, called Crisis ...

CWC Jackson Center to set education as priority over parking space

The initial design document for the future Central Wyoming College center in Jackson called for 42 parking spaces, but due to space constraints at the property ...

Governor recognizes local student's art

A Wind River Elementary student is one of eleven Wyoming students from across the state that were recently recognized for their artwork in Cheyenne by Gov. ...

Rez artists trained on marketing

Local American Indian artists had an opportunity to learn the best business practices and planning ideas from the U.S. Department of Interior last week when ...

Riverton student picked for CyberGIS training

A University of Wyoming graduate student is one of 36 nationwide chosen to participate in the National Center for Supercomputing Applications' CyberGIS Center ...

Calf birth first for bison population

In less than a year since 10 buffalo returned to the Wind River Indian Reservation for the first time in 130 years, the first buffalo calf was born last ...

Ask Mom

She's more than a parent, and realizing that could be a healthy thing for the family

How much do you now about your mother? Probably a lot less than ...

Honor Farm plans first horse auction of year

The Bureau of Land Management and the Wyoming Honor Farm will host a wild horse and burro adoption, Wyoming's first of the year, on Saturday in Riverton.
"May ...

Things you'll see nowhere else

For example, two cowboys on horseback buying beer at the drive-up window.

One morning I stopped by the teachers lounge at Niobrara County High ...

Rare white wolf was shot; $10,000 reward now offered

CHEYENNE (AP) -- The reward for information leading to whoever shot a rare white wolf found inside Yellowstone National Park rose to $10,000 on Friday after a ...

Haley Jacobsen of Riverton will be celebrating her first Mothers Day this year with her miracle baby.
Clive Everett Jacobsen was born April 30 in Lander, ...

As redevelopment of the old Riverton hospital property continues in east Riverton, more than 80 volunteers put in the time and muscle needed to lay 10,000 ...

Jack Wilmot Morehouse

Former longtime Lander resident Jack Wilmot Morehouse died Oct. 1, 2016, at his home in Fort Collins, Colorado, after fighting mesothelioma for more than a ...

Wyoming's rig count up one for the week

HOUSTON (AP) -- The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. rose by eight this week to 885.
A year ago, only 406 rigs were active amid a ...

Riverton's Brady Fullerton and Kylan Shultz signed national letters of intent to attend and play basketball for Central Wyoming College.

Brady ...

 
 

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