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One dead in Cheyenne fire
CHEYENNE (AP) -- Authorities say one person has died in a Cheyenne house fire.
The victim who died in the Thursday morning ...

Wind River Basin snowpack not bad for date; flood risk looking low so far

The snow-water equivalent in the Wind River Basin was 83 percent, up from 78 percent Feb. 16.

Weather experts say most basins across Wyoming, ...

Body found in parked car

A 49-year-old woman was found deceased in a green Ford truck early Thursday morning in the 1000 block of East Pershing Avenue near North 12th Street East in ...

No tax revenue worries yet for city, says clerk

The economic downturn for Wyoming's oil and gas industries has put pressure on state and local governments, but Riverton has so far managed to avoid major ...

Property values in county not expected to decrease much

Despite the major drop in the Fremont County's assessed valuation, residential property values are not expected to drop this year.
Based on the housing sales ...

Overhauled tribal liaison program gets one year of funding

Second might be restored after evaluation

CHEYENNE - The Wyoming House of Representatives has rejected a budget amendment that would have reinstated ...

The Shoshoni boys face an uphill battle in their quest for a trip to the Class 2-A state basketball tournament after an opening-round loss Thursday to Big ...

Encampment tops Dubois girls

Dubois played even with Encampment in the second half, but the Lady Rams spotted the Tigers 14 in the opening two periods and fell 55-41 in opening-round Class ...

Lady Eagles blow out Farson-Eden

The St. Stephen's girls rolled through the opening round of the Class 1-A West regional at Lander with a runaway 60-25 win over fourth-seeded Farson-Eden out ...

It was a roller coaster ride for the Wyoming Indian girls in their opening-round 58-53 win over a feisty Bobcat team from Thermopolis.
The win moved the ...

Wind River's boys left little doubt that they are the Class 2-A West regional favorite, riding a 31-point opening period to a runaway 85-31 win Thursday over ...

Eagle boys prevail vs. Cokeville

St. Stephen's displayed a different phase of basketball in a 46-34 defensive win over third seeded Cokeville out of the Class 1-A Southwest.
The win sends ...

Chiefs advance with win over Rocky Mtn.

A strong third period lifted third-seeded Wyoming Indian over No. 2 Rocky Mountain out of the Northwest 66-49 in opening-round Class 2-A West regional ...

State to give $250,000 for Honor Farm land purchase

The Wyoming Legislature is set appropriate $250,000 for the Wyoming Honor Farm to buy new land.
The Department of Corrections plans to take 302 acres near ...

Day at the Legislature

CHEYENNE (AP) -- Developments at the Wyoming Legislature on Feb. 24, the 13th day of the 2016 budget session:
GUNS: The Senate received for introduction ...

Bigger local government plan survives one vote; another coming soon

CHEYENNE - The back-and-forth over how much the Wyoming Legislature should give to cities, towns and counties continues, demonstrating the economic hardship ...

Ashgrove Elementary School's first-grade music program celebrated the wildlife of Africa in a show titled "Jungle Party Tonight" on Feb. 18. From left, ...

Fisher swims for state gold in Gillette

Riverton High School senior Travis Fisher, Wyoming's top-ranked 100-yard butterflyer, swims this Friday and Saturday at the Class 4-A Swimming and Diving ...

Kemmerer prevailed over Lady Blue in a defensive battle, 46-40.

Katelyn Jennings let fly with a desperation half-court heave to end the first quarter ...

Riverton's squad will go to Casper on the heels of success at regionals last week.

After a solid performance at the Class 4-A West regionals last ...

 
 

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