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Steps toward state competition were taken by young track and field athletes Thursday afternoon at the annual Riverton Hershey track and field meet.
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Donald R. Hearth

Donald R. Hearth died Thursday, May 16, 2013, at his home in Lander. He was 86 years old.
Cremation has taken place, and per his request, there will be no ...

Alice Irene Hawks Carper

Alice Irene Hawks Carper, of Lander, died Wednesday, March 6, 2013. She was 89 years old.
Private graveside services were Friday, May 17, at Mount Hope ...

Achievers

Buline wins TRIG-STAR contest
Robert Buline, of Crowheart, won the 2012-13 TRIG-STAR competition for Wind River High School in Pavillion. Buline is the ...

Riverton grad recognized at national mock trial contest

A university debate team featuring a Riverton student earned high honors at the recent national tournament.
Yale University's mock trial "A" team was ...

Lander youth chosen for 4-H trip to Samoa

Four Wyoming 4-Hers were chosen by the University of Wyoming Extension's 4-H Youth Development Program for the American Youth Leadership Program in Samoa this ...

Gun show set for this weekend

A $5 cover charge buys one raffle ticket to win a Mossberg .270 rifle.

The Memorial Day Weekend Gun Show, sponsored by the Wyoming Weapons ...

Digest

Farmers market impact noted
The Wyoming Business Council says those little farmers markets in the state have a big impact on the economy.
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Completion of health/sci center means smaller college budget for FY14

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees have passed a preliminary budget for fiscal year 2014, which begins in July.
The $41.8 million budget is about ...

Bread and butter

Want to find a 50-year-old valedictorian? Better look at a community college

One of the characteristics the community college has that normally is ...

Groups join Wyoming in opposing end to wolf suit

CHEYENNE -- Lawyers for the federal government and several pro-hunting organizations have joined the state of Wyoming in urging a federal judge not to allow a ...

Wyoming Business Council OKs $21M in projects

CASPER -- The Wyoming Business Council has approved more than $21 million in state- and federally funded loans and grants for business development ...

Flag volunteers invited Saturday to the cemetery

The American Legion, Marine Corps League, Disabled American Veterans and Veterans of Foreign Wars are hosting two events over the Memorial Day weekend.
The ...

GILLETTE -- The Campbell County commissioners have agreed to help subsidize air service from Gillette to Salt Lake City and Denver for another year starting ...

Skeleton ID is man missing for seven years

The Fremont County Coroner's Office has released the identity of the man whose skeleton was found March 10 on the Wind River Indian Reservation east of ...

Now is not the time to cut back on wolf hunting

Editor:
Mr. Peck makes the statement, "hunters had a good season, bagging every one of the available wolves licensed in the first hunt," and, "as it is, with ...

Bleak results in U.S.-Korea trade deal

The U.S. trade deficit with Korea went from $13.2 billion at the end of 2011 to nearly $16.6 billion at the end of last year, according to the U.S. Census ...

Two-year meth probe leads to five arrests in countywide action

Fremont County law enforcement made a fifth arrest early Thursday in connection with a countywide drug bust that began Wednesday.
Undersheriff Ryan Lee said ...

"Les Miserables" boasts a large cast of RHS students and others. Front row, from left, Heather McLaughlin, Carly Thornton, Victoria Verosky, Kylee Yorgason, ...

 
 

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