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Campus security stepped up at CWC this semester

There has been an increase in security efforts at Central Wyoming College this year, beginning with the hire of campus safety officer Dan Ladd in the ...

Bob Sternberg resigned as president of the Univ. of Wyoming

Bob Sternberg resigned as president of the University of Wyoming on Thursday, ending his tenure that lasted just over four months after taking over as ...

Viola Pentecost Lorentzen

Viola Pentecost Lorentzen, a lifelong Wyoming resident, died Friday, Nov. 1, 2013. She was 88 years old.
A memorial service will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, ...

Wyoming's Adams returns to scene of title-winning tip

Josh Adams is going to try not to think about the play.
When Wyoming's sophomore guard runs onto the Coors Events Center court on Wednesday night to ...

The Wolverine boys won the state golf title, the first Class 4-A championship in RHS history in any sport.

Excitement for the winter is at a high ...

Rustler men fall to national juco power South Plains

CWC stays on the road this weekend with a pair of games at North Idaho College.

Central Wyoming College men's basketball coach Pat Rafferty felt his ...

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Theodore "Teddy" Washington, 60, of Arapahoe, died Monday, Nov. 11, at Riverton Memorial Hospital. Funeral services will be at 10 ...

Community cleanup effort 'is how it's supposed to be'

Editor:
To all those involved in the recent community cleanup -- the Riverton High School student body, their families and others -- you guys moved about a half ...

Zero tolerance for bullying is the only answer

We need to stop school bullying.
More than 3 million students suffer from bullying each year. And a whopping 160,000 students a day miss school because of the ...

Moving the needle forward

The good news: Wyoming kids overall are doing better than the national average in school.
The not so good news: four of the seven worst-performing school ...

Soldier, rest

This Veterans Day probably was the first without any World War I troops

Sir Walter Scott found success writing both narrative poetry and adventure ...

Digest

Life sentence for quadruple killer
WHEATLAND -- A Wyoming man who killed his three young sons and brother and wounded his wife in a shooting rampage two ...

Deer not poached

ROCK SPRINGS -- There's new information about the death of a well-known mule deer that frequented the campus of Western Wyoming Community College in Rock ...

CHEYENNE -- Tougher University of Wyoming admission standards that took effect this year have caused some Wyoming school districts to rethink their high school ...

Accomplice says 16-year-old led Sunday robbery plan

The woman accused of driving the getaway car during an armed robbery Sunday at Walmart said her 16-year-old co-conspirator masterminded the crime.
The teen, ...

Before the Affordable Care Act took effect, 25 companies sold health insurance in Wyoming, but now there are just six.

The Affordable Care Act has ...

Defiant killer gets 50 years to life for murder and assault in Lander

A Lander man convicted of murder, rape and kidnapping will spend the next 50 years or the rest of his life in prison after his sentencing Wednesday in District ...

Theodore 'Teddy' Washington

Theodore "Teddy" Washington, of Arapahoe, died Monday, Nov. 11, 2013, at Riverton Memorial Hospital. He was 60 years old.
Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. ...

Ranking ups interest at ski resort
JACKSON -- Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is seeing a moderate increase in pass sales and some more visitor interest ...

Rail spur could be expanded, but at huge cost

GILLETTE -- City officials in Gillette are discussing the pros and cons of investing potentially tens of millions into expanding a rail spur to help their local ...

 
 

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