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There is no stopping the energetic effect of American immigration

The most vexing questions about immigration do not apply so strongly in Wyoming as ...

County might give more to Lander rebuild

Fremont County Treasurer Scott Harnsberger says he wants to move $380,000 from the county's investment pool into 18 county accounts, including $140,000 for the ...

Wyoming digest

Life sentence expected Tuesday
CHEYENNE -- A Wheatland man faces life in prison when he goes before a judge for sentencing in the 2011 shooting deaths ...

Teton chief retiring from highly political post

JACKSON -- Retiring Grand Teton National Park Superintendent Mary Gibson Scott has had a parks career that saw her serve in places like San Francisco and New ...

The first paid performance at the newly minted Robert A. Peck Arts Center (known originally as the Central Wyoming College Arts Center) 30 years ago this week ...

Digest

RMS club sponsors pet food drive
The Riverton Middle School Builders Club is sponsoring a November community pet food drive for the PAWS animal ...

Oktoberfest raises more than $40,000 for CWC Foundation

The Central Wyoming College Foundation raised almost $20,000 during the 13th Annual Oktoberfest Scholarship Fundraiser in Riverton last month.
More than ...

Jalan Crossland to play show Friday at college

The Jalan Crossland Band will perform in concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Central Wyoming College's Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theatre.
Widely acclaimed by ...

Crack sealing work around state could delay drivers

Crack sealing and other work on more than 136 miles of central and northwest Wyoming highways is under way, according to Wyoming Department of Transportation ...

Wildlife warning reflectors study moves to Fremont County

The Wyoming Department of Transportation and Conservation Research Center of Teton Science Schools are continuing a three-year study this fall and winter to ...

Fremont County Commissioners were critical of changes made this year to save money for the local solid waste district.
The officials heard about the new ...

Early winter snowstorms have been disastrous this year for ranchers in eastern Wyoming and South Dakota, but in Fremont County the wet weather is seen as a ...

Parades, flags and pancakes on Vets Day slate

Riverton Boy Scout Troop 44 decided to commemorate Veterans Day this year by retiring three American flags during a fire-lit ceremony Monday evening.
"They ...

Wyoming beats Tennessee-Martin 78-60

LARAMIE -- Impressive debuts by two newcomers and strong outside shooting by a veteran Friday night carried Wyoming to a 78-60 win over Tennessee-Martin in the ...

CWC ousted from Region IX volleyball tournament

Northwest College eliminated the Central Wyoming College Rustlers volleyball team from the Region IX tournament Friday afternoon in Torrington.
Playing in the ...

Rustler men get first hoops win of season

Despite picking up an 83-57 win over a prep school from Raleigh, N.C. new Central Wyoming College men's basketball coach Pat Rafferty felt his team could have ...

Seth Glause felt like he was back home over the weekend.
The former Central Wyoming College cowboy was in Riverton giving a three-day bull riding clinic ...

All-conference nod for Lander's Codi Swenson

Codi Swenson completed her volleyball career for the Lander Tigers as a Class 3-A West all-conference player.
Swenson, a senior, was named to the list last ...

Victorious Midwest advances to the Class 1-A 6-man football state-championship football game this Friday.

MIDWEST -- And then there were none. ...

No. 17 Fresno St. looks for first-ever win at Wyoming

LARAMIE -- After watching his defense give up more than 50 points in each of the last two games, Wyoming coach Dave Christensen knew a change was needed and ...

 
 

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