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Another $100K approved for probe
CHEYENNE -- The Legislature's Management Council has unanimously approved spending $100,000 to hire a lawyer to help in ...

Cheney says she has raised $1M already; Enzi says he has more than that on hand

CHEYENNE -- Liz Cheney is bringing in big money already, but Mike Enzi has plenty of fundraising power of his own as he tries to fend off his intra-party ...

Probation for pharmacist who stole drugs

After stealing narcotics, being arrested, and relinquishing his license, a former Lander pharmacist is getting a second chance.
Andrew Paxson, 34, pleaded ...

Reading program at Arapahoe School a part of Hill inquiry

The probe concerns a Department of Education initiative started under state schools.

The legislative investigation of State Superintendent of Public ...

Juvenile program won't move to bigger space

Repairing the house proposed for the project, and renovating it to meet standards for use as a school, would cost more than the program's budget could ...

Health/Sci Center to affect CWC insurance cost

Central Wyoming College will pay more for property and liability insurance this year, in part because of the new Health and Science Center recently constructed ...

Uden waives preliminary hearing; he'll be bound over for murder

Gerald Uden has waived his preliminary hearing in Riverton Circuit Court after deciding not to dispute that prosecutors have enough evidence to prove he killed ...

Community members greeted new University of Wyoming President Robert Sternberg during a reception Tuesday at the Riverton Holiday ...

Chiefs, Tigers wrap regular XC season; regionals Friday

Wilson Clifford finally figured out how to beat Micah Whiting in a cross country race.
The Wyoming Indian senior completed the Rock Springs Invitational ...

Circle the dates for Class 4-A West regional VB in Riverton

Save the dates. Circle them on your calendar. It only happens every so often. Rarer than a blue moon.
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 25 and 26, are the days ...

Seniors Hailey Snell and Kaitlin Koehn had never lost to the Lander Tigers in a varsity volleyball game while playing for the Riverton Wolverines coming into ...

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Deaths
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Thomas Oliver Younge, 85, died peacefully Friday, Oct. 11, in his home. Per his request, there will be no services. Cremation will take ...

'Wet lab' provides practice, training for law enforcement

Officials used a transdermal alcohol monitoring device called SCRAM during the drinking exercise.

The drinking began at 9 a.m.
In three, one-hour ...

Editorial did justice to the significance of new H/S Center

Editor:
Your editorial (Sept. 26: Mixing art ...

Could Dems save Speaker Boehner?

Last week, House Speaker John A. Boehner, R-Ohio, and his Republicans declared that they had two clear goals in this fall's battle over federal spending: no ...

Tuesday notes

Weather robbery
As each chilly day passes, it seems more likely that we won't be the recipients of an extended period of fine fall weather in Fremont ...

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Wyo.-Mont. fight to court
BILLINGS, Mont. -- A legal clash over water rights on the arid Northern Plains is bound for trial as attorneys for Montana ...

With crash imminent, pilot relied on training and flew into trees

POWELL -- When he flew out of Cody's Yellowstone Regional Airport on Friday evening, Jim Betzold had no reason to think the flight was going to be any different ...

Woman from Torrington to vie with Maxfield for Sec. of State

Jennifer Young of Torrington has announced her candidacy for Wyoming Secretary of State Saturday in Cheyenne on the Constitution Party ticket.
The 46-year ...

Federal shutdown means furlough for 20 at DEQ

The entity is a state agency, but some jobs are funded with federal money.

More than 20 state workers in Fremont County have been furloughed due to ...

 
 

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