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Students at CWC weigh $1 per credit contribution to campus projects

Students at Central Wyoming College are considering donating $1 to campus improvement projects for each credit they take at the school.
The contribution would ...

Beer-bottle attacker to trial; 911 call admissible

A Shoshoni man accused of killing his girlfriend's husband is headed to trial after passing the final deadline for a plea agreement.
At a hearing Thursday, ...

Cody visits Lander for first-round playoff

The winner f Friday's game earns a spot in the Class 3-A semifinals.

An extra bonus for finishing second in the Class 3-A East football conference ...

The Star Valley Braves are 5-3 overall and finished second in the Class 3-A West with a 4-1 mark.

With hopes of putting last week's stinging loss to ...

Football teams racking up the miles for early playoffs

If you're on the highways of Wyoming this weekend you might notice a lot of yellow school buses rolling down the road.
This Friday and Saturday, Wyoming ...

Two RHS girls swimming individual events at state; two relay teams as well

Jordan Settlemire and Micala Kechter will be Riverton High School's representatives in individual events at the Class 4-A Wyoming swimming and diving ...

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Births
BINGENHEIMER
A daughter was born to Cindy and Tom Bingenheimer, of Dubois, at 9:58 p.m. Oct. 11, 2013, at Lander Regional Hospital. She weighed ...

Three county businesses to be featured at forum

Three Fremont County success stories have been selected to be highlighted during the second Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead's Business Forum being held in ...

BBB offers advice for hiring chimney sweep

More than one-third of Americans use fireplaces, wood stoves and other fuel-fired appliances as primary heat sources in their homes. And, according to the U.S. ...

Schools should not be lock boxes

Editor:
I was talking with my daughter recently and she informed me that Riverton Middle School had a mock lockdown. She then informed me that she was ...

Halloween on the prairie

Somehow, we found a way to make it fun

Do I realize that this column hits print on Halloween? That it could fall victim to a heap of melting ...

Is now the time to slash money for food stamps?

Members of the U.S. House and Senate are meeting this week to reconcile disparate farm bills. The prospects are not pretty. Though the bills are similar in ...

Throwing money

Sometimes it really can solve a problem

A popular cliché spouted off by certain political leaders goes something like "you can't solve a problem ...

Digest

Mead to welcome trick-or-treaters
CHEYENNE -- Gov. Matt Mead and first lady Carol Mead are inviting trick-or-treaters and their families to come by ...

Teton Co. wants funds for school cops

JACKSON -- Teton County school officials are expressing support for funding from Wyoming lawmakers for school resource officers.
Teton County school trustees ...

Mistrial in Casper murder case

CASPER -- A Wyoming judge declared a mistrial in the case of a man accused of killing his wife after a witness made an inappropriate comment.
Natrona County ...

GILLETTE -- Arch Coal executives say coal prices will determine when the company's idled equipment in the Powder River Basin is brought back into ...

RHS students collecting for UNICEF on Halloween

The Riverton High School Key Club is participating in the UNICEF/Kiwanis International project to eliminate maternal neonatal tetanus.
Contributions will be ...

Original Uden investigator recalls effort to prosecute triple murders

Thirty-three years ago, divers donned scuba gear and attached safety ropes to themselves before plunging into the "sinks" of the Popo Agie River. They ...

Court documents have revealed the contents of online threats that a Hudson man reportedly posted last week against area law enforcement and government ...

 
 

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