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Davey retiring after 20 years with CWC

A retiring employee was commended for her service in February during a meeting of the Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees.
Martha Davey will retire at ...

Bill extends federal help to rural water systems

DENVER -- Senators from Colorado, Wyoming and Montana are co-sponsoring a bill to re-authorize training and other assistance for rural water ...

Hornecker named Community College Faculty Member of the Year

The Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees has named Casper College instructor Heath Hornecker as the Community College Faculty Member of the Year ...

Elected officials visit with ESBC; tribe reports on casino expansion

Newly elected Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Murray took advantage of an offer made by Rep. Jim Allen, R-Lander, to visit the Eastern Shoshone Tribe on March 26 ...

Class to offer farmers market grant training

Hands-on training for writing grants to promote farmers markets, local food programs and raising specialty crops is available April 18 in Lander.
"Writing ...

Canceled bus route affecting homeless

The Black Hills Stage Line bus service has canceled its route through Fremont County because of a lack of ridership.
According to the company, the Denver to ...

Fitness studio to merge with Teton Athletic Club in May

Renew Fitness Studio has announced plans to merge with Teton Athletic Club in Riverton. Renew Fitness Studio co-owners Kelli Gard and Sarah Remacle and Teton ...

WyoLotto sues Cheyenne man, claims he spread falsehoods

CHEYENNE -- WyoLotto is pressing a civil lawsuit that accuses a Cheyenne man of trying to sabotage its relationship with national lottery organizations.
The ...

Action Cooling preps for ice machine repair season

As warmer weather finds its way back to the valley, coolers and refrigerators may need to find their way to Clyde Forbis, the owner of Action Cooling in ...

Wyoming drops green tags for cattle identification

CHEYENNE -- The Wyoming Livestock Board is moving away from the use of the Wyoming green tag as official identification for cattle due to federal rules.
The ...

Central Wyoming College approves $356,000 website redesign project

Central Wyoming College will spend up to $279,000 this year on a new design for its website.
The total five-year price for the project could reach ...

Casino hosts job fair to fill 70 new positions

The Wind River Hotel and Casino is adding new "buffalo restaurants."

The Wind River Hotel and Casino held a job fair Monday and invited residents to ...

Former Riverton school administrator named to UW board of trustees

Mel Baldwin spent 26 years with Fremont County School District 25.

A former Riverton school administrator has been named to the University of Wyoming ...

USGS says more data needed to assess any fracking-pollution link

CHEYENNE -- A new study by the U.S. Geological Survey says more data is needed to be able to say for sure if a link exists between unconventional oil and gas ...

City offering 24-hour malt beverage, catering permits

The Riverton clerk's office will approve all future permits instead of the city council.

The City of Riverton now can issue 24-hour malt beverage and ...

Mead signs bill on homegrown food sales

CHEYENNE -- Gov. Matt Mead has signed into law legislation loosening restrictions on food sales in Wyoming.
The Wyoming Food Freedom Act would exempt Wyoming ...

More than 53,000 in Wyoming may be affected by data breach

CHEYENNE -- Wyoming's Insurance Commissioner says more than 53,000 Wyoming residents were affected by the recent security breach at Anthem Inc. ...

Marathon cuts to affect Cody employees

CODY -- Layoffs at Houston-based Marathon Oil are playing out in Cody and elsewhere in Wyoming.
A company-wide 10 percent staff reduction will affect Wyoming ...

UW offering two new MBA programs

LARAMIE -- The University of Wyoming College of Business is offering two new master's of business administration programs for students.
The new international ...

Local RadioShack operations not part of corporate bankruptcy

The franchise stores in Lander and Riverton will remain open.

RadioShack Corporation's decision to file for bankruptcy this month will not have an ...

 
 

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