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Arch coal requests teacher recognitions

Arch Coal has kicked off its signature Teacher Achievement Awards Program. Now entering its 17th year, it is the longest-running, privately sponsored teacher ...

UW hosts 'citizen science' conference in Lander

The University of Wyoming Biodiversity Institute will host the first Wyoming Citizen Science Conference and associated workshops from Dec. 1-3 in ...

The Lander Pioneer Museum and the Lander Kiwanis both benefited from the most recent"Guns, Boots and Brands" fundraiser.
Mease, a local craftsman and artist ...

DEQ finalizes study on fracking effects outside of Pavillion

The agency was charged with examining water safety six miles east of the small town.

The Department of Environmental Quality finalized its study on ...

Three small-town races contested

Two of three write-in candidates win election

Contested races emerged this year in three of four small-town council races in Fremont County.
In ...

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Births

HEADLEY
A son was born to Ruby McClain of Riverton and Cody Headley of Riverton at 11:03 a.m. November 8 ...

Montana will talk to tribes before cops go to protests

HELENA, Mont. (AP) -- Montana Gov. Steve Bullock said Thursday that he will consult with the state's Native American leaders before fulfilling any future ...

Liz Cheney begins her transition

CHEYENNE (TNS) - With only about two months until the next Congress convenes, Republican Rep.-elect Liz Cheney is already starting her transition to the U.S. ...

Mead plan should help economy

It's called the ENDOW Initiative, or Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -- Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead is undertaking ...

Wyoming digest

State board to certify election results
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -- The Wyoming State Canvassing Board will convene next Wednesday in Cheyenne to review the ...

Body found in Wind River

A local resident found a dead body Thursday in the vicinity of the Wind River near South 3rd Street.
As police waited for staging of the body's removal in ...

Bat rabies on the rise

The five confirmed cases in Fremont County this year are half of the total statewide.

Fremont County has seen five confirmed cases of rabies in bats ...

Chief: Citizens responsible for dip in public intox arrests

Custodial situations involving public intoxication are down by half in Riverton.

Those who regularly follow the Riverton police reports may have ...

Hospital officials respond

Officials at SageWest Health Care responded to several questions regarding recent complaints that led to two visits from the Wyoming Department of Health this ...

Top library leadership is ousted

Just hours before her resignation, library system director Joann Collins expressed confidence that her tenure was not nearing an end.

Joann Collins, ...

For love of country

Riverton woman follows father's footsteps to serve in the Marines.

Heather Holbert of Riverton traveled to the east coast this summer to regain her ...

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Births

SUTTON
A son was born to Abigail Urish-Sutton, formerly of of Lander and Charles Kenneth Sutton at 8:47 ...

Business as usual for Obamacare in Wyoming despite uncertain future

Insurance Commissioner Tom Glause said any repeal could not happen immediately.

CHEYENNE (TNS) - President-elect Donald Trump wants to "repeal and ...

Officials detect first sign of invasive mussels in Montana

So far, further testing has not revealed any additional contamination west of the Continental Divide.

(TNS) - Montana's wildlife agency announced ...

Wyoming digest

Rule would boost solar, wind development
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Obama administration took action Thursday to boost the development of solar and wind ...

 
 

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