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There is food for the soul resting at your feet

You might think I'd been alerted to the wonders of nature by historian Ken Burns's great PBS series ...

Animal shelter should give cats equal treatment to dogs

Editor:
I am writing because I want to praise our wonderful animal shelter, or maybe I should call it "dog sanctuary." The shelter doesn't seem to care a bit ...

More than acreage

The sugar beet story this year is a lesson to outsiders on ag realities

Staff writer Eric Blom's recent story on sugar beet production in Fremont ...

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Welcome weather lowers fire risk
MOOSE --More rain and cooler weather have prompted officials to reduce the wildfire risk in the Jackson area from ...

NAACP, Ku Klux Klan meeting in Casper may be a first

The Klan representative paid $50 to join the civil rights organization.

DENVER --A secret meeting between a representative of the Wyoming chapter of ...

LARAMIE --The University of Wyoming's new $25 million Energy Innovation Center provides students, faculty and others state-of-the-art facilities to enable ...

Peter Michael named attorney general

He has been the state's lead lawyer in an ongoing lawsuit involving Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill.

CHEYENNE --Gov. Matt Mead has ...

Consumer group opposes EPA plan

A state consumer advocacy group says a federal plan to reduce regional haze will mean higher utility bills for Wyoming residents.
The Environmental Protection ...

Chad Campsey's products include saddles, horse tack, book covers and knife sheaths.

The sign read, "Salt Creek Saddlery, Bowie, Texas."
The placard ...

Fireworks, cannon OK'd for football games

A blast will follow each score made by Riverton High School.

Spectators at this year's Riverton High School football games will be treated to the ...

Crew still at Burroughs site; firefighter injures knee at fire

Four residences and another 20 structures have been threatened by the flames, but officials said no property has been damaged.

A crew member fighting ...

Meth bust documents tell of cash tricks by defendants

It seems in the case of Timothy Pitt, crime truly did not pay.
Court documents indicate the Hudson man accused of selling meth was chronically short on ...

Kerry Dallin

Kerry Dallin, of Lander, died Monday, Sept. 2, 2013, at his home. He was 54 years old.
Per his request, cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be ...

Darrel Dean Wooledge

Darrel Dean Wooledge, of Sturgis, S.D., died Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013, at the Department of Veterans Affairs Fort Meade. He was 87 years old.
Visitation will ...

Coleen Kathryn Coleman

Coleen Kathryn Coleman died Friday, Aug. 30, 2013. She was 52 years old.
Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10, ...

RHS opens conference volleyball Thursday night

The Riverton Lady Wolverines volleyball team begins Class 4-A West conference play Thursday at 5 p.m. at Casper Kelly Walsh High School.
It will be Riverton's ...

Winless start for Riverton Wolverine tennis teams

Two straight home setbacks started the season for the Riverton Wolverines on the tennis courts.
The season opened on Saturday when Rawlins swept both the ...

State-champ Rams look good in 6-man preseason scrimmages Saturday

The opening weekend of the high school football season doesn't count against the final playoff standings, but Dubois still fared exceedingly well in 6-man ...

State-champ Powell hosts RHS on Friday

Game time for the Class 3-A regular season opener for both teams is 7 p.m.

The Powell Panthers, owners of a 15-game winning streak, two consecutive ...

Cougar girls off to perfect VB start at Saratoga Invitational

The Wind River Lady Cougars steamrolled through volleyball opponents Friday and Saturday for an undefeated record at the Saratoga Invitational.
The Lady ...

 
 

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