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Shape-shifting on campaign finance

To be fair, most Republicans have never hidden their distaste for campaign-finance laws that place limits on how much someone can give to a political candidate ...

Voters, remember who voted for SF 104 in the Legislature

Editor:
Concerning the unconstitutionality of SF 104, which Sen. Hank Coe of Cody was largely responsible for formulating and getting it passed, the ...

Disrupting the order -- on purpose

Sometimes it's fun to do, and to watch.

It was a game we teachers sometimes played, especially if the in-service was extremely dull, repetitive or ...

Airline inquiry

If we woo a new carrier, there will be questions and answers for both sides

The new task force assigned the duty of getting to the bottom of ...

Wyoming digest

Alice Uden son: 'I hate you'
CHEYENNE -- Jurors heard emotional testimony Friday from one of the sons of a Missouri woman on trial for allegedly ...

Season's final opera Saturday in Lander

Rossini's opera "La Cenerentola," the last presentation of the 2014-14 season of Lander Met Opera, will be shown at 11 a.m. Saturday the Carnegie Room of the ...

Mead survives censure move 145-132 at convention

Incumbent Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead emphasized his accomplishments over his past three years in office in an address Saturday to Republican delegates to the state ...

Concern has been raised about mule deer hunting in general license areas 92, 94, 96, 97 and 160.

Wyoming Game and Fish is forming a public input ...

Potential farmers market sites compared

Organizers continue to consider new location options for the weekly farmers market that has taken place in downtown Riverton for the past several ...

Rink think

Riverton has no public ice skating area outdoors, but volunteers and city rec leaders plan to change that

Decades ago in Riverton, many local ...

Pavillion-area residents are creating an organization to provide household water to locals in an area under study for groundwater contamination.
The ...

Steven Travis Warren

Steven Travis Warren, of St. Stephen's, died Monday, April 28, 2014, in Laramie. He was 4 years old.
A rosary was Sunday, May 4, at the Judy Warren residence, ...

Lander's Pioneer Days festivities were still a couple of months away in May 1961, put preparations already were off and running.
An enjoyable preview of the ...

Digest

Art students selling chili, ceramics
Central Wyoming College ceramics students will sell homemade chili in handmade bowls at a fundraiser Wednesday in ...

Class to train instructors on food, ag disasters

Preparing for and responding to incidents involving animals, plants and food are the focus of a Department of Homeland Security certified course May 21 in ...

District 38 passes audit; issues found

A passing audit completed by Lovelett, Skogen & Associates, P.C., has been accepted by the Fremont County School District 38 Board of Trustees.
Business ...

Veterans and families urged to fill out brief questionnaire

Wyoming veterans and family members are encouraged to complete a short online survey regarding Wyoming veteran benefits and services at ...

Panelists to discuss EPA boundary decision

The Northern Arapaho Tribe invites the public to an informative symposium Tuesday in Riverton.
The event is in response to recent concern about the boundary ...

Holguin tops fight cards at Eagles hall

Professional boxing returns to Riverton with a seven-fight card Friday, May 2, at the Riverton Eagles Hall at the intersection of North Broadway and East ...

Riverton girls downed 3-1 by Natrona Fillies

If you missed the first 30 seconds of Thursday's Riverton girls soccer match against the Casper Natrona Fillies, you missed the hole the Lady Wolverines dug ...

 
 

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