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A daughter was born to Terra Palmeno of Lander and Jacob Palmeno of Lander at 7:46 p.m. Feb. 12 at SageWest Health Care at Lander. The ...

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Clarification
In the March 3 Ranger, the page five story "Riverton couple starts healthy lunch support group at home" should have said that anyone ...

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MARTEL
A daughter was born to Teresa Martel of Fort Washakie and Bradley Martel of Fort Washakie at 11:01 p.m. Feb. 6 at SageWest Health Care ...

Cowgirls end season at 15-13

LARAMIE - The University of Wyoming Cowgirls picked a bad time for one of their worst halves of basketball this season.
Wyoming went more than six minutes ...

New Mexico edges Cowboys in overtime 52-49 as Mountain West regular conferent season wrap

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- New Mexico's longest losing streak in 56 years came to an end Saturday when Devon Williams and Obij Ajet scored 14 points apiece, including ...

CASPER -- Friday's Class 1-A boy's state elimination game featured a repeat of the 1-A West regional semifinals a week ago in Lander. St. Stephen's edged ...

Rustler women fall one win short of Region IX title game

Western Nebraska pulled away in the second half for a 70-44 victory over the Central Wyoming College Rustlers Friday night in the semifinals of the Region IX ...

A 1-2 record from the Lander Valley High School Tiger girls basketball team at the Class 3-A West regional basketball tournament left them one win short of ...

EVANSTON -- The Riverton Lady Wolverines basketball team jumped on the Rock Springs Lady Tigers 49-41 and captured third place in the Class 4-A West regional ...

RHS boys runner-up at regional

The Wolverines open the Class 4-A state tournament Thursday against Cheyenne East.

EVANSTON -- After upsetting pre-tournament favorite Casper Kelly ...

Lander plays Wheatland in the opening round of the state tournament on Thursday.

Three straight victories lifted the Lander Valley High School Tigers ...

St. Stephen's girls give up big lead, drop championship game in 1-A

CASPER -- Sometimes the fairy tale doesn't have a happy ending. The St. Stephen's Eagle girls, seeking their first-ever state basketball championship, fell ...

Eight Wyoming Indian students visit college to learn about careers

For eight Wyoming Indian Middle School eighth-graders, Central Wyoming College displayed an array of careers for their young minds to consider after they took ...

Mead to press for Medicaid solution

CHEYENNE -- Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead told state lawmakers Friday that, having rejected Medicaid expansion, the burden's on them to come up with a solution for ...

State rig count lowest in years

NEW YORK -- The number of rigs drilling for oil and gas in Wyoming continues to slide.
Petroleum industry service company Baker Hughes says just 32 rigs are ...

Alumnus designs new logo for CWC

Tyler Zenk is a user interface/user experience designer in Nashville.

Tyler Zenk, who recently redesigned the logo for Central Wyoming College, said ...

District 14 selects St. Clair for superintendent position

The Fremont County School District 14 Board of Trustees has hired Wyoming Indian Elementary School principal Owen St. Clair as its new superintendent.
The ...

UW Extension bulletin explores new farm bill

The report focuses on the roles of the legislation's programs in Wyoming.

An overview of the new farm bill and its importance to Wyoming is explored ...

The way it was: Gerald Ford speech -- 1965

Well-known faces -- local and national -- assembled in Lander 50 years ago this week at a Republican Party banquet at the old Lander Elks Club.
Guest of honor ...

Voluntary conservation is key to avoid federal intervention

Editor:
Tourism and recreation are economically vital in the West. A 2014 study examining the economic impact of visitors to Bureau of Land Management (BLM) ...

 
 

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