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DUBOIS -- It's almost six months until the opening of track season, but you couldn't tell at Dubois Friday afternoon. The defending Class 1-A 6-man champion ...

The Tigers are 2-4 on the season, but both wins are in the East 3-A conference.

A suffocating defense lifted the Lander Tigers to a 21-0 victory ...

Friday's victory over Torrington was Riverton's fouth straight of the 2013 football season.

Victimized by two big plays and trailing in the second ...

Let's banish the Hitler comparisons

Such loose language trivializes the barbaric inhumaneness of Hitler's holocaust.

"Why is it that when political ammunition runs low, inevitably the ...

Welcome to the Nanny Age

Everything is watched, and the intrusions keep on growing.

It's a strange symbol for a national flag, but the African nation of Mozambique on its ...

Of course Common Core is political, and for good reason

Editor:
Oct. 8 was a morning ringing with anticipation and hope. The concerned citizens of Wyoming were finally granted their own special spot on the agenda ...

Cold cases

Three of them have 'warmed up' virtually at the same time

When local historians look back on the fall of 2013, they swill detect an unexpected trend ...

Wyoming digest

Ranchers ask help after stock losses
GALLATIN GATEWAY, Mont. -- A couple of Montana groups are asking ranchers in the region to help South Dakotans hit ...

Years after griz attack, hunter still heads out -- but carefully

Twenty-one years after he was attacked by a grizzly bear sow while hunting bighorn sheep in northwestern Wyoming, Terry Everard still recalls the incident ...

Some states pay to reopen parks, but not Wyoming

Tourists returned to the Grand Canyon on Saturday after Arizona officials along with several counterparts agreed to a federal government plan to reopen ...

Nearly 300 firefighters answer the call in county

Fremont County's firefighters join their volunteer and professional colleagues nationwide in ...

Snow was bad in Wyoming, far worse in South Dakota

BELLE FOURCHE, S.D. -- From inside a small plane cruising over cattle country here, Scott Reder spied the carnage and felt sick to his stomach.
Mile after ...

The high school cross country postseason begins this week with regional action preceding the state meet. In 1993 Wyoming's top high school cross country ...

Surge protectors can shield electronics in storms

Lee Crook of Artistry Web in Riverton is advising computer users to be equipped with up-to-date surge protectors.
"Any time there are unusual events, such as ...

Past sheriff King spent years on Uden case

By the late 1980s, the trail had run cold in the case of three missing persons from Fremont County. Virginia Uden, 32, of Riverton, disappeared Sept. 12, 1980, ...

Schools review security measures

There's a refreshed foundation for the safety and security of students who attend school in Fremont County.
A collaborative effort was set up Sept. 25 among ...

Volunteers to host free legal clinic in Lander

In celebration of Celebrate Pro Bono Week, the Fremont County Bar Association has announced it will host Law Night from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Oct. 25 in the ...

Former Riverton man also a distinguished UW alum

Joe Geraud wasn't the only University of Wyoming alumnus from Riverton being honored this weekend. Retired Shell Oil executive Thomas Botts, who was raised in ...

Jobless rate down

The newest report on unemployment statistics for Fremont County has both positives and negatives, but a two-year trend of overall improvement continued in ...

Joe Geraud's trip to the University of Wyoming this weekend marked his first visit to the campus in several years.
"And it's been a long time since I've gone ...

 
 

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