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Every stalling tactic in the book

What the state is doing to keep Cindy Hill from returning to power would make former North Carolina basketball coach Dean Smith and his four-corners offense ...

Politics creeping in

Not every elected office in Fremont County needs to be held by a politician

Election years give voters plenty to think about. The primary and general ...

Wyoming digest

$300K in unclaimed funds returned
CHEYENNE -- State Treasurer Mark Gordon says his office recently helped more than 1,400 people be reunited with more ...

30-year state legislator to retire this year

GILLETTE -- State Sen. John Hines, of Gillette, says he doesn't plan to seek re-election this year and will retire after 30 years in the Wyoming ...

Lottery vendor picked

CHEYENNE -- In a major step toward getting a statewide lottery up and running, the Wyoming Lottery Corp. board on Friday selected international gaming giant ...

It takes a lot of different people to create and ship a huge bronze sculpture such as this one being readied for delivery in March 1998.
Sporting goods retail ...

NWS urges caution with annual agricultural burns

Inevitably, as temperatures begin to warm, many ranchers and farmers head outside to begin their annual agricultural burns. Each year, as the spring burning ...

Digest

St. Stephen's Indian School Educational Association selects board members
The St. Stephen's Indian School Educational Association had its annual ...

Public invited to presentation on Eye to Eye mentor program

A presentation on Eye to Eye --a program that pairs learning-disabled children with high school and college mentors --will be given April 3 at Central Wyoming ...

The Wyoming Department of Transportation's 17 Mile Road Project Team will be recognized with a national award for its work on right-of-way issues during the ...

National Geographic Magazine contributor and University of Wyoming writer-in-residence Mark Jenkins will present the program "Last of the First Skiers" ...

District 38 special ed program in need of change, director says

The new special education director for Fremont County School District 38 wants the school board to revisit a different program for the Arapahoe schools.
At ...

The City of Riverton's building permits and inspections offices could not have prevented the apartment-building fire at 520 E. Fremont Ave. on March 12, ...

Two District 38 principals not being rehired

The contracts for the Arapahoe middle and charter high school principals did not get renewed during the Fremont County School District 38 special board meeting ...

Air boardings down by 500 a month so far in 2014

The number of departures and arrivals at Riverton Regional Airport closely reflected the difficulties the airport's sole commercial airline is suffering on a ...

Struggling under new FAA regulations, airline cuts seats from some planes; Riverton to have 30-seater exclusively

The top man at Great Lakes Airlines ...

Today

Births
KINNEY
A son was born to Gaylemarie and Jason Kinney, of Lander, at 2:11 p.m. Feb. 15 at Lander Regional Hospital. He weighed 6 pounds, 13 ...

Achievers

Flanagan named to dean's list
Western Wyoming Community College in Rock Springs has announced that Jace Flanagan, of Riverton, was named to the dean's ...

Energy company to conduct power line inspections

Rocky Mountain Power will conduct routine power line inspections by helicopter in central and northern Wyoming. The inspections will take place the week of ...

CWC offering free job training for eligible individuals

Central Wyoming College is offering low or no-cost training in health care careers for veterans, unemployed and under-employed people. Individuals looking for ...

 
 

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