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Women's group wants nominations

The Wyoming Council for Women's Issues is seeking nominations for its 2014 Woman of Distinction and Employer of Choice Awards.
Nominations should be sent to ...

College still serving thousands each year

Central Wyoming College continued to support its mission of public outreach last year, as evidenced by an annual report from Lynne McAuliffe, the school's dean ...

Art professor's painting exhibit showcases Wyoming

The mountain ranges, animals, and woods of Wyoming proved to be the proper setting for the artwork of Lander artist Matt Flint.
He is an associate professor ...

U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., sponsored the event, which was held in Riverton.

Inventors from across Wyoming gathered at the Central Wyoming College's ...

Studying the sheep of Whiskey Mountain

The sun rose on a 40-by-40-foot net suspended a dozen feet above a frosty slope on Torrey Rim as Dubois High School students Kurt Leseberg and Rowan Hawk sat ...

Catholic College seeks exception from ACA parts

The school doesn't want to cover contraceptives for its employees.

Wyoming Catholic College has been granted a temporary stay relieving it from ...

High court sides with state on lodging tax

Wyoming can collect full taxes on retail lodging sales made by online travel companies, even if they have no physical presence in the ...

Make admission to indoor sports at CWC free of charge

Editor:
Central Wyoming College is adding golf and cross country to its sports program. That is fine with me, but these are not sports that the public is ...

Reflections before Passion Week this spring

Passion Week is coming up again. To us it is known as "Easter", but it's origin is in the flight of the Israelite slaves from Egypt, known as "The Exodus". ...

Evangelicals seeking souls, not votes

Only a decade ago, Christian social conservatives were a commanding force in American politics. They helped elect one of their own, George W. Bush, to two ...

New airline

Attracting another carrier to Riverton Regional would be no simple thing

As the new task force assembled to address air service problems at Riverton ...

Valenti, Cheng to wed in June

Linda Valenti of Laramie, formerly of Kinnear, announces the engagement of her daughter Shannon Marie Valenti to James Cheng.
The bride-to-be is also the ...

Power outage planned at Federal Blvd. and Monroe

Work also will continue on Riverview Road, where citizens are asked to drive cautiously.

A planned power outage is scheduled for 9-11 a.m. Saturday ...

Gray wolf numbers in Rockies steady despite hunting

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) -- A new population tally of gray wolves in the U.S. Northern Rockies shows their continued resilience despite increased hunting, trapping ...

Park officials say supervolcano not about to erupt

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) -- Yellowstone National Park is fighting online rumors that ...

Urbigkit passes Friday morning

He worked for the City of Riverton for 24 years.

Long time Riverton civil servant Bill Urbigkit passed after battling a brain tumor and recovering ...

Florida finding familiar foes in Final Four group

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- For Florida, the Final Four might as well be dubbed the Familiar Four.
The top overall seed in the NCAA tournament already played the ...

RHS in spotlight at Roy Peck meet

The Riverton Wolverines have the opportunity to participate against all classifications at the annual Roy Peck Invitational track and field meet.
The one-day ...

Colorado Rockies welcome D-backs for home opener

It's time for the Rockies' home opener at Coors Field on Friday against the D-backs even though there's snow on the ground and the weather seems more like ...

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Births

ADAMS
A daughter was born to Natasha and Matthew Adams, of Lander, at 6:24 p.m. March 12, 2014, at Lander Regional Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds, 1 ...

 
 

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