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Guard cites progress in contamination cleanup

Well samples show lower concentrations of potentially dangerous chemicals than were detected last year.

CHEYENNE -- A project to clean up groundwater ...

Wyoming digest

Fire burns for hours at refinery
SINCLAIR -- A fire burned for more than six hours at the Sinclair Oil refinery in south-central Wyoming.
Officials ...

Utility to move forward on big-money job at Bridger plant

BOISE, Idaho -- Idaho Power Co. has the green light to spend tens of millions to clean up emissions at its Wyoming coal-fired power plant, and regulators want ...

Acting UW president gets 'interim' label

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees appointed Dick McGinity as the university's interim president on Friday, expressing confidence that the university ...

As the 50th anniversary year of World War II's end neared its close, Fremont County veterans were treated to a countywide slate 18 years ago this weekend at ...

Digest

Pastoral photos on display at library
"Portraits of Pastoralism," a traveling public art exhibit by Cat Urbigkit, is on display at the Riverton Branch ...

Lander Library hosting 'Falstaff'

"Falstaff," Giuseppe Verdi's comic opera, is coming to Lander via video on Saturday in a new production from the Metropolitan Opera.
The much-anticipated ...

Artists showcase wares at Art in the Afternoon

Art in the Afternoon, featuring wares made by local artisans, is Sunday at the Nobel Hotel, 288 Main St., Lander.
The event is open to the public from 10 ...

Choir to perform Festival of Carols, Rutter's 'Gloria'

A concert of holiday favorites performed by Central Wyoming College musicians is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Dec. 15 in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center ...

Auditions for CWC's 'The Music Man' begin Tuesday

Auditions for Central Wyoming College Theater Department's production of "The Music Man" are scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday in the Robert A. ...

Dubois Branch Library to request two new positions

The Fremont County Library Board of Trustees says it plans to ask the Fremont County Commission for two new positions at the Dubois Branch Library. ...

Times have changed and today, people can go home to a warm bed, a blanket, a closet full of clothes, a home cooked meal and a vehicle in the driveway. But what ...

The new equipment is guaranteed by the manufacturer to withstand vandalism.

A new security device has been installed at Riverton City Park, and ...

'Shop with a Cop' saved from brink of elimination

By the end of October, local organizers weren't sure Riverton's annual Shop with a Cop event was going to happen this year.
"We lost all of our state funding ...

County jobless report positive

Monthly rate dips on seasonal changes, but all categories

In the first full unemployment report for Wyoming since August, Fremont County showed solid ...

KFGO (Fargo, ND) reports on their website, "Wyoming will announce North Dakota State's Craig Bohl Sunday as its new head coach, a source told CBS ...

Lander wresters start year in Powell

A strong junior class headlines the Lander Valley High School Tigers wrestling team this year.
Coach Nick Fulton is putting his Tigers through early-morning ...

First meet for Lander ski team postponed

The Tigers finally got to practice on snow for the first time this week. Lander started practice last month for the ski season.

Lander Valley High ...

Senior leadership a strength for Cougar wrestlers this season

Four seniors are settling into the leadership roles for the Wind River Cougars this wrestling season.
The 12th-graders are Dalton Perkins, Charles Oldman, ...

Wolverine boys fade late in hoops opener, fall to Colorado squad

The Riverton Wolverines opened their 2013-14 basketball campaign with a 62-43 loss to Thompson Valley, Colo., at the Cheyenne Invitational basketball ...

 
 

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