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Forrest M. Wisner

Forrest M. Wisner, formerly of Riverton, died March 5, 2014, at his home. He was 74 years old.
A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, at ...

Gov. Mead will seek a second term

CHEYENNE -- Matt Mead announced Tuesday in Cheyenne that he will see re-election to another four-year term as Governor of Wyoming.
In an interview Monday with ...

Hill tries, fails to reclaim duties

CHEYENNE -- Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill made a brief appearance at the state Department of Education on Monday and tried to reclaim ...

Digest

High court rules in Wyoming case
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court on Monday sided with a Wyoming property owner in a dispute over a bicycle trail that ...

Flooding keeps up as ice jams Bighorn River

MANDERSON -- Flooding continues along the Bighorn River in northern Wyoming because of ice jams as the state National Guard aided efforts to protect two ...

Start of Federal Boulevard project delayed to Wednesday

Traffic patterns still are scheduled to change this week on South Federal Boulevard in Riverton with the beginning of a $5.04 million highway improvement ...

Cowboys knock off CSU behind Sobey's big night

Senior guard Nathan Sobey posted a career-high 33 points and sophomore guard Josh Adams added 22 to help the University of Wyoming men's basketball team close ...

Cowgirls suffer road setback to Colorado State

The Wyoming Cowgirl basketball team closed out the regular season with a 58-46 loss against the Colorado State Rams, on Friday night. The Cowgirls are now ...

Heartbreaker for Eagle girls in consolation game at state

CASPER -- The St. Stephen's Lady Eagles came within a free throw of the Class 1-A consolation title Saturday morning at Casper College in a 73-72 overtime loss ...

CASPER -- The last time the Dubois boys earned a trophy at the state basketball tournament, seniors Austin Tharp and Nathan Moore were in kindergarten. Dubois ...

Third place for Lady Chiefs at state

Wyoming Indian fell Friday night to Tongue River in the Class 1-A semifinals before edging Sundance onR00;Saturday.

CASPER -- The Wyoming Indian ...

Tiger girls win two, lose two to grab state slot

In two do-or-die girls basketball games at the Class 3-A West regional tournament, the Lander Tigers came up on top to qualify for the state tournament. ...

Cody overcame a 12-point deficit in the third quarter to edge the Lander Tigers 46-42 Saturday night in the Class 3-A West regional boys basketball title game ...

Playing in the Class 4-A tournament for the first time in 11 years, Riverton opens Thursday against Sheridan.

The Riverton Lady Wolverines mounted a ...

CASPER -- It was more of a coronation than a championship for Wyoming Indian High School late Saturday night at the Casper Events Center. The Chief boys won the ...

Will Hill's attackers 'circumvent the law'?

Editor:
I was tremendously pleased to see that the Wyoming Supreme Court ruled Senate File 104, the bill removing State Superintendent Cindy Hill from power, ...

Ignorant, arrogant and proud

Too often, that's the basic profile of John Q. American Public.

We live in an era of sound bites, largely devoid of context, substance or ...

Why minimum wage threatens GOP

A frank admission: Political reporters, including yours truly, absolutely cherish exit polls of voters on election day.
Why? Because the people who are ...

EPA opposition

Outcry over the Indian reservation border ruling is louder because of who made it

If the recent opinion by the Environmental Protection Agency that ...

Clark Hanson of Lander was hard at work -- and high up -- in March 1983 at the new Riverton Branch Library construction site at 1330 West Park Avenue.
The ...

 
 

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