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Rustler men grab victory in season's first Region IX game

The calendar says November, but the intensity during a 61-57 victory for the Central Wyoming College Rustlers men's basketball team at Miles Community College ...

Early Thanksgivings in Plymouth, Mass., served as a Christmas substitute

The celebration of Thanksgiving as a national holiday in late November was not enacted until the 1870s. The official reason was to commemorate the landing at ...

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Deaths
BODAN
DeVon Elaine Bodan, 48, of Casper, died Tuesday, Nov. 19, in Casper. A memorial service will be at 10 a.m. Monday, Dec. 2, in the Chapel ...

Pavillion student earns scholarship

Tierra Lee Price, of Pavillion, has been selected to receive the United States Achievement Academy Scholarship after being nominated by Rosanne Riley.
Price ...

WRHS names students on honor roll

Wind River High School has named the students who made the first-quarter honor roll in the 2013-2014 school year.

Principal's list
Ninth ...

Fifty years later, JFK still makes America ask 'what if?'

America was not innocent before the murder of John F. Kennedy. Three presidential assassinations had preceded his, along with several unsuccessful attempts. ...

A scratchy voice from the intercom

The scratchy voice pouring out from the speaker above the door of eighth-grade math class still plays in my head.
It was lunchtime in the old Riverton Junior ...

No conspiracy required

Poor planning and practices made it easy for Oswald to kill President Kennedy

It has been 50 years to the day since the 35th president of the United ...

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Avalanche risk high already
JACKSON -- Teton County Search and Rescue already is urging caution in the backcountry of northwest Wyoming after skiers ...

University's faculty might ask for more transparency in new prez search

LARAMIE -- The University of Wyoming Faculty Senate is considering a resolution saying that a search for a new UW president be transparent and the names of ...

RENO, Nev. -- Federal land managers intend to reissue a right of way for a 678-mile natural gas pipeline from Wyoming to Oregon now that government scientists ...

Riverton shared the nation's shock 50 years ago Friday when news broke that the President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, had been killed by an assassin ...

The performance staged by Wind River High School's theater department is based loosely on "A Christmas Carol."

Wind River High School drama students ...

Door sales ordinance change on hold until attorney addresses constitutional worry

A door-to-door solicitation ordinance got a spot on the agenda for the Riverton City Council meeting Tuesday, but the measure failed to pass on first reading. ...

Reuben B. Blumenshine

Reuben B. Blumenshine died Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013, at Pathways Hospice in McKee Medical Center in Loveland, Colo. He was 89 years old.
Cremation has taken ...

Two more rodeo clinics set this weekend at CWC practice facility

November is a big month for rodeo clinics organized by Central Wyoming College rodeo coach Drew Schrock.
Schrock already has hosted a team roping clinic and ...

Coltin Hill finished the fall portion of the Central Rocky Mounain Region season in second place.

Coltin Hill had an eye-opening experience last ...

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Deaths
BODAN
DeVon Elaine Bodan, 48, of Casper, died Tuesday, Nov. 19, in Casper. A memorial service will be at 10 a.m. Monday, Dec. 2, in the Chapel ...

Too much gunfire at schools

Editor:
I was thankful for the letter by Mr. Nyberg, the middle school assistant principal, in response to the earlier one from Mr. Finley that criticized ...

Russia ought to be the one to destroy Syria's chemical weapons

The progress in destroying Syria's chemical weapons has been astonishingly swift and smooth. Teams from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical ...

 
 

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