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Joe Geraud's trip to the University of Wyoming this weekend marked his first visit to the campus in several years.
"And it's been a long time since I've gone ...

The man who was the sole occupant of the vehicle escaped without injury.

A Chrysler PT Cruiser was destroyed in a fire Oct. 5 on Agate Flat Road ...

The National Theatre Live in HD broadcast of "Macbeth" will be shown at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Lander Library, 451 N. Second St.
This is the Manchester ...

Swimmers hitting Sheridan, Gillette meets this weekend

The Riverton High School girls swim team takes its final long road trip of the regular season this Friday. First up is Sheridan for a dual meet, then it's on ...

The junior league champs gave up just two touchdowns all season in compiling a 6-0 record.

The Cowboys clicked from the start on Thursday night to ...

Rustler women have good team depth as hoops practice starts

Depth is not going to be an issue this year for Central Wyoming College Rustlers women's basketball coach Serol Stauffenberg.
After putting his players ...

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Births
OLAND
A son was born to Stephanie and Brian Oland, of Lander, at 8:20 a.m. Oct. 5, 2013, at Lander Regional Hospital. He weighed 7 pounds, 10 ...

Zwiefelhofer to attend college

Savena Zwiefelhofer, the daughter of Brad Zwiefelhofer, of Riverton, and Cristina Zwiefelhofer, of Great Falls, Mont., will attend Rocky Mountain College this ...

County reconsiders funding Lander center

The possibility of county funding for the Lander Community Center re-emerged after commissioner Stephanie Kessler made a pitch to the county board Oct. 1. The ...

When did 'compromise' become a bad word?

Having survived the Civil War, this country should know better than to treat the latest government shutdown as the political equivalent of the Bible's ...

The rest of us can't just 'shut down'

Call your congressional representatives and tell them all to get the government back to work.

My daughter is a church minister who doesn't follow ...

Unfair to brand complaint about Rails to Trails pathway as racist

Editor:
I was offended strongly by the letter to the editor from Mr. Ron Howard who decided to all but brand me as a racist because I used the words "path ...

Another $100K on Hill

The price tag is rising, and for what?

By now, uneasiness surely must be setting in for those in the Wyoming Legislature determined to destroy ...

Digest

D.C. vigil marks Shepard anniversary
WASHINGTON -- A candlelight vigil in Washington will mark 15 years since the death of Matthew Shepard, a gay ...

Federal inaction could affect WIC next month

Partially funded with federal funds, WIC currently serves more than 11,000 participants a month.

State agencies that administer federally funded ...

CHEYENNE -- The partial government shutdown has provided an opportunity for state and local tourism groups to showcase Wyoming's lesser-known parks and ...

Man linked to disappearance case from 1974 pleads, freed

A man who was implicated in the 1974 disappearance of an Oklahoma resident in the Riverton area has been released from custody.
James Franklin Jagers was ...

Officials said a medical episode initiated the one-vehicle accident that took place mid-morning Friday at U.S. Energy in Riverton.
No one was injured in the ...

Improved Jackson campus housing options proving difficult for CWC; gift hoped for

Central Wyoming College wants to improve housing options for students on the Jackson campus, but school administrators said the effort may take some ...

City gets closer to door-to-door sales ordinance

Consensus was reached Tuesday by the Riverton City Council that having some type of ordinance to regulate door-to-door sales was better than having nothing at ...

 
 

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