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Few applicants so far for county pathologist job

Fremont County's plan to hire its own expert to perform autopsies is in a rough patch, as few candidates are applying for the job. The proposed salary is ...

Twenty to 30 years for youngest of five in Hudson homicides

The youngest defendant in the case of a double homicide in Hudson was sentenced to 20 to 30 years in prison Thursday in a hearing laced with emotion at Lander ...

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Births
STETTER
A son was born to Laura Voss and Dustin Stetter, of Dubois, at 5:34 p.m. March 28, 2014, at Riverton Memorial Hospital. He weighed 6 ...

Thursday Showcase at CWC is last for Hussa as conductor

The Central Wyoming College community band, collegiate chorale and hand bell choir perform at the Spring Showcase Concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Robert ...

Minimal damage in 'scary' lightning strike

A lightning strike April 26 may have been exciting for local residents, but the incident was relatively minor for the Riverton Volunteer Fire Department.
RVFD ...

GOP leaders wrong in trying to stifle debate on Mead censure

Editor:
There was a deliberate, orchestrated attempt by some of the state party leadership to stifle free and open debate on "public censure" at the recent ...

No need to leave Earth to enjoy sky

I listen to the radio when I drive. I like NPR, and it usually has some gems of information that I then like to blather about in conversations. Recently there ...

Climate assessment

The new report sparks a familiar quarrel -- and a good question

The release Tuesday of the third National Climate Assessment led to a predictable ...

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Natrona voters nix bond issue
CASPER -- Natrona County voters have rejected a $33 million bond issue to pay for school improvements.
Preliminary ...

BILLINGS, Mont. -- A voracious species of trout that decimated a native trout population in Yellowstone National Park shows signs of decline following a costly ...

New climate report predicts hotter, drier Wyoming plains

Growing seasons in the northern Plains probably will be longer, however, if adequate water can be found.

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. -- Climate change will ...

A small-scale tornado swept through rural Fremont County on Tuesday afternoon, whipping up debris and dust over open country about 20 miles north of Riverton. ...

Pavillion water investigation falls further behind original schedule

State officials have made progress investigating possible groundwater contamination east of Pavillion, but the process has fallen further behind schedule. ...

City OKs new, renewed day care permits

The Riverton City Council has approved two new day care licenses during its regular meeting April 15.
Jessica Casper, 315 E. Monroe Ave., and Kara Hancock, ...

Former Riverton City Councilman Lars Baker is running for mayor.
Baker announced his candidacy Wednesday. He said he believes Mayor Ron Warpness will not seek ...

In 3-A soccer showdown, Jackson beats Tiger boys

Jackson entered its boys Class 3-A soccer match against Lander focused on slowing down Lander forward Kyle Leemon.
The plan worked, as Jackson blanked the ...

Younger Shoshoni track team shines at end of season

The next few years should be good ones for Shoshoni track and field. The Wranglers swept the middle school portion of the WRCAA track championships, then ...

Lander girls mow down Jackson 5-0 to continue hot streak

Five goals in the second half lifted the Lander Tigers to a convincing 5-0 win on Tuesday night against Jackson on the girls soccer field.
The victory ...

The 3 p.m. game against GreenR00;River will determine the conference champion.

It took extra time for both the Riverton boys and girls soccer teams ...

Student film festival Wednesday at CWC

Instructor Jeremy Nielsen says audience feedback is a vital part of the learning process.

Members of the public are invited to a film festival ...

 
 

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