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The Tigers claimed the second seed from the Class 3-A Easst conference and gets to host a first-round playoff game.

Two momentum-changing ...

Pope Francis takes bold approach in 'thinking with the church'

Pope Francis is an impressive guy. Impressive not in the sense of his "wow" factor, coolness, charisma or even power, but impressive in his calm inner ...

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Corrections
In Wednesday's Ranger, the page one story "College drew 181,000 for more than 4,400 events in fiscal year" should have said the Central ...

CWC speech, debate team performing well during early season tournaments

The speech and debate team from Central Wyoming College has performed well during its first two tournaments of the year.
"We seem to be getting more and more ...

Detective hurt while responding to situation

A Riverton Police Department detective was injured while responding to a domestic situation Saturday afternoon in Riverton.
At 1:42 p.m. Saturday, Riverton ...

Employment rate shows improvement

WASHINGTON -- The monthly unemployment rate holds almost mythical importance as a barometer for the health of the U.S. economy. But what if it's not telling us ...

Be proud of young people who helped after the storm

Editor:
Praises to our Riverton High School students. Thanks to each of you who were at my home and cleaned up all the fallen limbs and branches after the big ...

Beating the drum

Recent events again point out the shame of not having a school auditorium

Perhaps what Fremont County School District 25 in Riverton needs in order ...

Digest

Woman sentenced for shaking baby
LARAMIE -- A Wyoming woman who pleaded guilty to shaking a 15-month-old boy she was babysitting has been sentenced to ...

Roadkill numbers big annually in Teton area

JACKSON -- Motorists strike and kill an average of 114 mule deer, 36 elk and 15 moose each year on Teton County roads, according to numbers compiled by the ...

New UW boss orders outside review of two sports teams

LARAMIE -- University of Wyoming president Bob Sternberg has hired an outside consultant to evaluate the football and men's basketball programs, a process that ...

The fire consumed more than 1,300 acres last summer in the Sinks Canyon area.

A helicopter scattered grass seed Wednesday on 300 acres of the ...

Wyoming revenue far better than predicted

Receipts could total $300 million more than the state projected while preparing the new biennial budget.

Gov. Matt Mead plans to ask lawmakers to ...

Uden agrees to plead guilty to 1980 murders

Gerald Uden intends to plead guilty to three counts of first-degree murder in exchange for prosecutors not seeking the death penalty, according to a plea ...

Today

Corrections
In Wednesday's Ranger, the page six photo with the story "Rustlers stun Casper College in 5-set v-ball thriller" should have said Megan ...

Narrow Gate Farm joins American Angus Association

Narrow Gate Farm, of Riverton, is a new member of the American Angus Association, according to the national organization.
The American Angus Association, with ...

A team of family members spanning four generations helps operate the business on Goes in Lodge Road.

A new bakery south of Riverton has been serving ...

NSA watches us, but who watches it?

Disturbing revelations about the voracious appetite of the National Security Agency for personal email and instant messaging accounts stir a basic question: ...

Writer has an urgent request for definition of a legal term

Editor:
Of the utmost urgency because time is of the essence, I need help as to who can give me and my brother the legal definition of "soul sovereignty," or ...

Preparing to celebrate fear

Or, as we refer to it at my house, Halloween

With Halloween preparing to rampage, this seems like a good time to write about fear.
The subject is ...

 
 

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