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Riding for Casper College, Lander's Krassin second at CNFR

Riley Krassin now must play the waiting game at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper.
Krassin, a Casper College standout from Lander, is second in the ...

Emotions ran high as the Riverton U.S. Energy fastpitch team won its home softball tournament Sunday in the Under-18 division.
After losing to the Rock ...

Spree of car burglaries hits Riverton

Residents are reminded to lock their car doors due to a rash of car burglaries overnight Monday to Tuesday.
At 5:50 a.m. Tuesday, a person in the 900 block ...

Longmire novel launches state reading program

Residents in Fremont County will have the opportunity this year to participate in One Book Wyoming, a program designed to build community dialogue through ...

County trims $300K from Riverton justice center project; work to begin next week

Commissioners eliminated a decorative entrance, four security cameras and electronic card-reading door locks.

Facing a budget overrun, the Fremont ...

Educators and tribal officials told the Select Committee on Tribal Relations that problems with school attendance and graduation rates continue to trouble the ...

Clifford C. Carnes

Clifford C. Carnes, of Riverton, died Monday, June 16, 2014, in Riverton. He was 84 years old.
There will be a private service.
Clifford C. Carnes was born ...

Raiders chalk up two wins at GR tournament

A three-day American Legion baseball tournament in Green River resulted in a 2-3 record for the Riverton Raiders.
The Raiders fell to the Evanston Outlaws ...

Bill Briggs: The man who skied down the Grand

He's called the father of extreme skiing and America's most influential ski mountaineer.
Forty-three years ago this past Sunday, Jackson's Bill Briggs hiked ...

Three out of the four Fremont County football players scored a touchdown in helping the North dominate the South 41-13 Saturday night at the annual Shrine Bowl ...

Registration open for youth fishing derby

Registration is under way for the Boysen State Park Youth Fishing Derby scheduled for July 12 and held in conjunction with the Boysen Lake Marina, Shoshoni ...

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Births
WATTS
A daughter was born to Rachel and Josh Watts, of Riverton, at 9:41 a.m. April 16, 2014, at Riverton Memorial Hospital. She weighed 6 ...

Teen risk behavior drops in Wyoming

The latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention survey shows a decline in smoking, drinking and fighting.

CHEYENNER00;-- Many dangerous ...

Obscure export-import bank ignites battle

Critics say it's corporate welfare, unnecessarily putting taxpayers' money at risk.

WASHINGTON -- At roughly $25 a pop, there's good money to be made ...

City, please do not give up on alley collection

Editor:
Count me as against the city's plan to discontinue picking up trash in alleys. I am not convinced at all that this would save any time or money when ...

Tuesday notes

Summer is near?
Four days before the official start of summer, we're not getting very summery weather. These cool, mostly cloudy days aren't what we're ...

Digest

Refinery powder upsets neighbors
CHEYENNE -- People who live near a Cheyenne oil refinery are upset after the facility released an ash-like powder that ...

Reservoirs filling fast on upper Colorado system

ROCK SPRINGS -- Strong spring runoff from heavy mountain snow is filling up reservoirs in the upper reaches of the Colorado River drainage in western ...

Burke new Wyoming chief justice

CHEYENNE -- The justices of the Wyoming Supreme Court have elected James Burke to be the next chief justice effective July 1.
The justices announced Tuesday ...

Ranger's 59th annual Mining and Energy Edition to be published on Wednesday

The Ranger publishes its 59th annual Mining and Energy Edition on Wednesday.
Produced annually to coincide with the summer convention of the Wyoming Mining ...

 
 

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