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Rustler men and women both win vs. Little Big Horn

The Central Wyoming College Rustlers basketball teams recorded a doubleheader sweep Friday night vs. Little Big Horn College at Rustler Gym in Riverton.
The ...

It wasn't exactly what the experts predicted it would be Friday night in Ethete. Shoshoni came to Wyoming Indian High School to play the undefeated Chiefs, ...

Riverton lost to Sheridan, then beats Laramie and Cheyenne South in the Bill Strannigan East vs. West tournament.

After a tough first-day loss to ...

Coach Terry Hopkin was concerned over how his Lander Valley High School Tigers boys basketball players would respond after a long layoff for Christmas ...

A tribute to 'the big sophomore'

Uncle Gene could load a 55-gallon oil drum -- full-- into the back of a pickup truck.

My cousin Ron was playing basketball for Midwest at the opening ...

An idea that has united America

Even though cellphone calls on airline flights are legal, nobody wants them.

We finally have good news from and for our broken, polarized and ...

Pathologist in Fremont County is a good idea, but 'think big'

Editor:
I heard about your newspaper's coverage on doing autopsies in your own home town. Very interesting.
I grew up in Cache Valley Utah and still return ...

State's top news

Something missing from all the year-in-review coverage of 2013 was the ranking of the top Wyoming news stories of the year. Associated Press member newspapers, ...

License plates from Wyoming and Hawaii are America's favorites, says survey.
America's most attractive license plate comes from Wyoming, a new ...

State gains a rig; U.S. total increases by three

HOUSTON -- Oilfield services company Baker Hughes Inc. says the number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. rose by three this week to ...

New haze-reduction plan shown by EPA

CHEYENNE -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Friday released what it described as its final version of a plan to reduce atmospheric haze by cutting ...

At 107, Powell's 'Grandma T' is older than the town itself

POWELL -- Born in 1906 -- when Theodore Roosevelt served as president and Buffalo Bill's Wild West still toured Europe -- Dottie Turney is older than Powell ...

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Science fair judges needed
Central Wyoming College seeks judges to rate projects created by middle and high school students during the West Central Regional ...

Two Riverton restaurants go smoke-free

Riverton residents looking to dine out or have a drink but do not like to sit in a smoky room have two more options. The Trailhead Family Restaurant stopped ...

Library to screen 'The Habit of Art'

National Theatre Live's 2010 broadcast of Alan Bennett's acclaimed play "The Habit of Art" will return to cinemas as part of the theater's 50th anniversary ...

Central Wyoming College seeking volunteer projects for service day

The staff at Central Wyoming College is offering its volunteer services to organizations and individuals in Fremont County.
Rather than schedule staff ...

UW entities hosting essay contest

The competition is open to University of Wyoming and Wyoming community college students.

In Wyoming, water plays a key role in politics, community ...

Poacher to pay $12,500 in fines

Joseph A. Holdren, 28, of Riverton, has pleaded guilty to killing an 18-point buck in October.

A Riverton man recently found that the trophy mule ...

House Speaker won't say yet if Hill probe will continue

One of the 16 witnesses who testified before a legislative committee looking into whether state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill committed any impeachable ...

Lawmaker: State will resist optional Medicaid expansion under the ACA

Meanwhile, a federally mandated increase in Medicaid can be covered comfortably by existing state revenues.

With revenues of about $3.7 billion ...

 
 

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