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BIA review critical of tribal court performance

The Shoshone and Arapaho Tribal Court failed a program review completed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
The review results, released this month, show the ...

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Community Calendar

Saturday March 26
Shoshoni Recreation District's Easter Egg Hunt is at 9 a.m. all ...

College commission OKs $6 increase per credit hour

CHEYENNE (AP) -- Community college students will pay $6 more per credit hour for in-state tuition starting in the fall 2016 semester.
Wyoming Community ...

Sheriff says state must stay vigilant to terrorism

CHEYENNE -- Laramie County Sheriff Danny Glick said Wyomingites should be vigilant in light of recent world events like this week's attack in Belgium because ...

Wyoming digest

Coal royalty increase explored
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) -- Royalty rates on coal extracted from massive strip mines on public lands could increase 50 ...

Center of Hope building now owned by facility operator

On July 1, 2013, VOA took over operations at the building formerly known as the Fremont County Alcohol Crisis Center, expanding services and treatment ...

Mission fire human caused; $10K reward for information

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is offering an award of up to $10,000 for information about a March 17 fire at Roberts Mission in Fort ...

Decision on discontinuing existing program due in May

The Wyoming Outdoor Council plans to work with Riverton and Lander city council next week to ...

EPA questions state findings on Pavillion area water concerns

The Environmental Protection Agency has sent an 18-page critique to the Department of Environmental Quality, arguing that the Wyoming agency's December report ...

Lawsuits seek to stop some hunting inside park borders

CHEYENNE (AP) -- Environmental groups filed a pair of federal lawsuits on Wednesday to stop hunting that is now allowed on hundreds of acres within Grand Teton ...

Law could lead to change in party balance on boards

LARAMIE (AP) -- A new Wyoming law will change the rules governing the political makeup of dozens of state boards, including the University of Wyoming Board of ...

Painting by Thomas Moran sells for $3.6 million at auction

GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) -- A 1907 oil painting by Thomas Moran sold for $3.6 million at a western art auction in Great Falls, Montana.
The Great Falls Tribune ...

Wyoming digest

Interstates open again
CHEYENNE (AP) -- Interstates 80 and 25 are open again in Wyoming as residents dig out from a spring snowstorm that dumped over a ...

Multi-agency effort brings holiday arrests

As part of the countywide, multi-agency seat belt and DWUI enforcement operation "Zero Deaths, Zero DUIs" this past weekend, Fremont County law enforcement ...

Man sentenced for beating, restraining woman

Justin Tanner King's grandmother asked Judge Norman Young for leniency.

Justin Tanner King has been sentenced to three to five years in ...

Kids signed up for kindergarten and got some fun school supplies to take ...

Population dipped in '15, still tops 2010 census count

Fremont County's population was down in 2015 compared to the previous year, but the number of residents still has gone up since the 2010 census.
The county ...

Wide gamut of Easter services in local churches

Easter celebrations begin early in Fremont County, with several churches offering services every day of Holy Week.
United Baptist Church, 1201 E. Pershing ...

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Births

BOWSTRING
A son was born to Jasmine J. McGill of Ethete and R.J. Bowstring of Riverton at 12:45 a.m. ...

UW working to bring more education to women in prison

CHEYENNE (TNS) -- A group of researchers at the University of Wyoming is collaborating on an effort to bring greater educational opportunities to inmates at ...

 
 

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