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1 percent tax money must go to roads, infrastructure

Dear Editor:
After reading your article in the Sunday Ranger I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for all of your kind words and support of the 1% ...

Election politics infiltrates even first-grade recess

Four weeks ago, I wrote that I'd be staying out of presidential politics for the 2016 election. And let it be known, I managed well, along with my four sons ...

Bison are back

Any grumbling about it should be politely pinched off

Bison have returned to the plains of Fremont County.
The 10 bison released on the Wind River ...

Building earns history award

CHEYENNE (TNS) - Owners of Cheyenne's downtown Dinneen Building received the LeClercq Jones Award on Wednesday in recognition of their efforts to restore and ...

Search for missing boy continues

CHEYENNE (TNS) - Working on yet another tip in the ongoing search for the body of a missing 13-month-old, the Laramie County Sheriff's Department sent divers ...

Canvassing board certifies election results

A total of 258,788 Wyoming voters cast ballots.

CHEYENNE - Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Murray and the Wyoming State Canvassing Board certified ...

Wyoming digest

Laws put patients at risk
ATLANTA (AP) -- As part of its ongoing "Doctors & Sex Abuse" series, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution studied five categories ...

Recycling changes save CES role, long-term plan still needed

Community Entry Services, which sorts the county's recycling, had expected new labor rules would mean the end of its participation in the program by the end of ...

Library staff returns after Collins coup

Riverton library director Gloria Brodle and facilities manager Tom Norwood have both returned to work after library director Joann Collins resigned last ...

Weather event signifies arrival of winter, meteorologists say

Every piece of snow removal equipment the City of Riverton owns was out battling the ...

CWC asks Tyndall to be president on permanent basis

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees asked Brad Tyndall to become the school's permanent president during a meeting Wednesday evening.
Tyndall has ...

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Births

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A child was born to Brandy Lane of Riverton and John Whiteman of Riverton at 8:00 p.m. November ...

No one hurt in shooting scare Wednesday at Riverton school

Riverton High School students were put into a "stay-put" situation Wednesday afternoon after reports of a student who had a gun and was threatening to kill ...

Tanner F. Carrico

Tanner F. Carrico passed away unexpectedly November 6, 2016, in Dickinson North Dakota. He was 21.
Services will be held at 1 p.m. November 19, 2016, at the ...

Laura M. Shakespeare

Laura M. Shakespeare of Arapahoe died at her home on Sunday, November 13, 2016. She was 80.
A rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Wednesday, November 16, 2016, ...

State Democrats still strong despite election outcome

Editor:
As Wyoming Democrats we are extremely shocked and disappointed with the outcome of the Nov. 8 elections.
We began the day optimistic with a record ...

Super moon

The phenomenon reminds us to appreciate beauty in the natural world

Did you look outside the last couple of nights?
What a sight to behold.
The ...

Victorious Cheney will be a 'fantastic representative'

Editor:
Congratulations to Liz Cheney on her decisive victory in Wyoming's At-Large Congressional District.
Liz has worked tirelessly to defend our ...

Flaring rule opposed

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -- Wyoming politicians say new federal rules to curtail venting and flaring of oil and gas wells on federal land duplicate state rules and ...

Ranger station repaired on Gros Ventre Road

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) -- Mice -- and the little brown pellets they leave behind -- were one of the first things Clay Alderson and Claudia Rector had to battle when ...

 
 

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