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If a Wyoming Cowboy couldn't sleep on Friday night, it wasn't because he was nervous.
Dominic Rufran probably didn't shake himself awake in a cold sweat, ...

Veteran Riverton Junior Football League coach Danny Watson came up with a game plan for his Packers to keep the 49ers in check in the league's title game ...

Rustler spikers swept in Casper

CWC is aiming to get back on track at 3 p.m. Saturday vs. Western Wyoming at Rustler Gym.

Western Wyoming Community College has moved to No. 11 in ...

RHS routed Rawlins in '94 Homecoming game

After suffering three straight losses and entering their sixth game of the year with a 2-3 record, the 1994 ...

The Riverton Lady Wolverines went toe to toe with Wyoming's top-ranked volleyball team, playing even late into all three sets, but RHS fell to the Casper ...

The win lifts the Wranglers to 3-3 overall and 3-2 in the West 1-A, while Wind River drops to 2-4 on the season, with a 2-3 conference mark. ...

Gay rights groups hail new tone from Catholic Church

For the first time, a Vatican meeting is discussing gay and lesbian issues and how to provide better spiritual care to Catholic homosexuals.

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A daughter was born to Crystal Benally of Riverton and Gabriel Lilly of Riverton at 12:56 p.m. July 10 at SageWest Health Care at ...

Wyoming must 'focus on our connection' to climate change

Editor:
To the participants in the Wyoming gubernatorial campaign debates scheduled for 7 p.m. Oct. 13, Oct. 15 and Oct. 16 on Wyoming PBS:
Wyoming's current ...

A match made in kindergarten

Many years later, my son and his new wife reconnected

My son Cody married his first-grade sweetheart over the weekend.
More than 200 people ...

Free parking

The city is right not to impose parking regulations on the free lot

The front-page picture on Thursday's Ranger tells Riverton all it needs to know ...

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State eyes uranium regs
LARAMIE -- An interim legislative committee is considering a proposal under which Wyoming would take over regulation of uranium ...

Murdered teen begged for life

CHEYENNE -- A young Wyoming man with a gunshot wound to his stomach was on his knees begging for his life when a 16-year-old who had opened fire into a group of ...

Superintendent candidates face off in debate

CASPER -- Candidates hoping to be Wyoming's next superintendent of public instruction squared off over the federal government's role in crafting education ...

WORLAND --Pirates, zombies and band instruments filled Warrior Stadium in Worland on Tuesday for the Northern Wyoming Marching Invitational.
The competition ...

Online textbooks new feature at CWC

Officials hope the resource will reduce the cost of college attendance and eliminate at least one barrier to higher education.

Open access online ...

A student-built duplex in Riverton has earned the distinction of being the first student-built LEED-certified building in the state, and it is the first ...

FBLA and Kiwanis hosting a coat drive

Lander's Future Business Leaders of America and Kiwanis groups are teaming up for the second annual Coats for Kids coat drive.
Lander Valley High School FBLA ...

Wind River senior earns National Merit honor

Wind River High School senior Robert Buline has been named a Commended Student in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program.
A letter of commendation from ...

Riverton woman enrolls at Brenau University

Jennifer Capozzi of Riverton is one of 609 new students enrolled at Brenau University for the fall semester.
Brenau University enrolls roughly 3,000 students ...

 
 

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