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RHS girls get welcome West 4-A road win

After falling behind early, the Riverton Lady Wolverines came on strong Friday and gained an important Class 4-A West road win over Green River, 53-40.
The ...

Tiger boys sweep Lyman, Mountain View at home

Lyman dictated the tempo of the game for three quarters on Friday night, but the Lander Tigers managed to speed things up in the final quarter for a 39-32 ...

Schafer's third tops Lander in Thon field

Freshman wrestler Palmer Schafer placed third Saturday in the highest finish for the Lander Tigers at the Ron Thon Memorial Invitational at Wolverine Gym. ...

Chiefs chalk up two more wins, beating Riverside and Greybull

ETHETE -- In what could be a preview of the Class 2-A West boys regional championship game in three weeks, Wyoming Indian outlasted Greybull 56-51 at home. ...

It was the first championship ever by a Dubpos wrestler at the state's biggest tournament.

Dubois wrestler Sterling Baker surprised himself and the ...

RHS boys take two straight conference victories on the road

Riverton routed Green River on Friday, then grabbed a last second win Saturday over Evanston.

The Riverton Wolverines boys basketball team gained ...

Needed on tax reform: a smart tiger

The Tax Reform Act of 1986 -- which dramatically cut individual rates, lowering the top rate paid from 50 percent to 28 percent, while closing down nearly $200 ...

Sue Wallis will be missed dearly

Editor:
Sue Wallis, a state representative from Recluse, passed away last week. Many in Fremont County had the pleasure of working with her on several issues ...

Court slapped 'good ol' boys' on Hill

Now they are trying every stalling tactic in the book.

Remember those catchy little cartoons from your childhood that appeared just after you ...

Save our air service

Let's leave no stone unturned

Anyone hoping that 2014 would bring better air service at our county's only commercial airport is having a bad new year ...

Student council members approved for Florida trip in June

The Fremont County School District 25 board of trustees board has approved an out-of-state travel request for the Student Council to the National Association ...

Dinosaur bone case from Wyo. moves to federal court

DENVER -- A lawsuit in Denver's U.S. District Court names a "fossilized Tyrannosaurus bataar skull" as the defendant.
The legal maneuver essentially ...

Wyoming digest

State board approves land deal
CHEYENNE -- The State Board of Land Commissioners has endorsed a proposal that would transfer ownership of 1,280 acres ...

Science in wolf delisting plan fails peer review

BILLINGS, Mont. -- A proposal to lift federal protections for gray wolves across most of the U.S. suffered a significant setback Friday as an independent review ...

The Fremont County Cattlemen's Association had its winter meeting 40 years ago on this date, electing a new board of directors while keeping one familiar face ...

Digest

Farm and Ranch Days approach
The Fremont County Farm and Ranch Days will include more than 30 sessions Wednesday and Thursday in the Fremont Center at ...

The girls basketball team at Wind River High School in Pavillion has spent the past week doing service to the Fremont County community as part of an annual ...

Whiteplume collecting tales of Sho-Rap firefighters for book

Fighting fires can be a dangerous and stimulating experience for a firefighter, and Robin Whiteplume thinks compiling those stories would be the best way to ...

Minnie Presgrove celebrated her 101st birthday on Jan. 29 at the Morning Star Manor assisted living facility in Fort Washakie.
Presgrove, the oldest resident ...

Pathologist hire gains ground

The math adds up to show Fremont County could hire its own forensic pathologist, according to a report from Fremont County Coroner Ed McAuslan.
He said ...

 
 

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