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Colorado recall likely to stifle gun effort in Congress

WASHINGTON -- Gun control advocates say the National Rifle Association-aided recall of two Colorado legislators who backed new gun restrictions will make it ...

The Riverton Wolverines took advantage of the speed and power of their rushing attack and used an opportunistic defense which accounted for two touchdowns and ...

The Wind River Cougars will host Cokeville next Friday night before hitting the road for a game at Southeast.

PAVILLION -- A short-handed Wind River ...

Cowboys aren't overlooking Northern Colorado

LARAMIE -- The WyomingCowboys don't need to be reminded of their past.
Already owners of an 0-2 record at this time last season, Wyoming fans assumed a visit ...

It's Super Bowl or bust this year for the Broncos

Denver quarterback Peyton Manning has my attention.
The Denver Broncos are on mind.
I'm pumped for what the 2013-14 season has in store for Denver fans. ...

The Wolverines took down the Rock Springs Tigers in four sets onR00;Thursday night.

After a pregame injury to senior Haley Snell, who has developed ...

Riverton lands state fastpitch tournament for next summer

Riverton will be the site of the 2014 Wyoming Girls Fastpitch Softball Tournament.
The tournament is set for July 10-13 at the Honeycutt Softball ...

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Corrections
In Thursday's Ranger, the page five story "After merger, Strathmore lays off half of employes" misconstrued the nature of the layoffs. ...

Jessens celebrate 50 years

Jerry and Kay Jessen of Cheyenne recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.
Kay Jessen is the daughter of the late Emmett and Jean Osborne, longtime ...

Mead says he'll probably back UW pay raise request

LARAMIE -- Gov. Matt Mead said he likely will support the University of Wyoming's $13.3 million request to increase salaries for faculty and staff.
But Mead ...

Carroll Westlake recently retired from her position as the victim witness coordinator with the Riverton Police Department and was recognized and given a badge ...

LARAMIE -- The University of Wyoming officially marked the opening of its $25 million advanced energy research center.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place ...

Our Cowboys aren't the OK-State Cowboys

But issues raised in Oklahoma are worth considering everywhere

On a long drive home the other night, I switched over to sports radio and heard an ...

Wyoming ought to sign up for Medicare expansion under 'Obamacare' to cover citizens

Editor:
I am hearing again about how Wyoming won't go along with the U.S. government program to expand Medicaid service in each state to help everyone meet ...

Syria deal is a longshot, but America has no choice but to try

The chances of striking a good deal over Syria's lethal chemical stockpile with the likes of Vladimir Putin and Bashar Assad lie somewhere between remote and ...

67 WyoLink sites now in service

SHERIDAN -- Wyoming's statewide digital radio system for local, state and federal health and safety agencies continues to expand.
Bob Symons of the state ...

UW's nationally recognized ski team invited to world games

LARAMIE - For the second time in two years, the University of Wyoming's nationally recognized men's and women's Nordic ski club teams have been invited to ...

Escaped inmate may have been seen near city

The sighting is unconfirmed for now, as the fugitive was not identified from surveillance footage at the Wind River Hotel and Casino.

A prisoner who ...

Commissioners plan retreat to mull over health care concerns

Rising health care costs took a big bite out of Fremont County's general fund in the last budget cycle, and the figure has climbed year after year. ...

Robert 'Bob' Monroe

Robert "Bob" Monroe, of Arapahoe, died Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013, at Wyoming Medical Center in Casper. He was 44 years old.
A rosary will be at 7 p.m. Sunday, ...

 
 

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