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New coach promising different style of play for Cowboy football

Craig Bohl said the new Cowboys offense will grind out yards during time-consuming drives intended to keep the Wyoming defense rested and the ball out of ...

Riverton's Bret Mosbrucker was declared the winner Saturday night at the annual demolition derby at the Fremont County Fairgrounds
The derby wrapped up the ...

Season ends for Riverton 14-year-old champs

The Riverton team did hand regional semifinalst NorthR00;Washington its only loss.

Riverton finished a remarkable summer with a 1-3 record at the ...

Regional starts Tuesday in Oregon for Riverton 15-year-olds

Riverton earned another crack at playing baseball this summer by winning the Wyoming 15-year-old state Babe Ruth title Saturday, July 26, in Green River.
The ...

Lander Sprint Triathlon coming up Saturday

The race includes a 750-meter swim, a 19k bike ride and a 5k run.

After months of planning, the stage is set for the fourth annual Lander Sprint ...

Off and running.
The Central Wyoming College Rustlers cross country men's and women's team held their first practice in school history Friday afternoon. ...

Plenty of fun in the mud on rodeo night at the fair

Once again, the PRCA Ram Rodeo brought some top-notch cowboys and cowgirls to the Fremont County Fairgrounds.
The biggest names turned out for Monday's ...

Raiders drop second straight, eliminated from state tournament

Rock Springs scored eight runs in the eighth inning to eliminate the Riverton Raiders 14-4 from the American Legion A state baseball tournament in Laramie. ...

Riverton picked up a critical 2-1 win over North Washington night during the 14-year-old Pacific Northwest baseball regionals Thursday afternoon in Columbia ...

Riverton drops first two games at Pacific Northwest regionals

The Riverton 14-year-old baseball all-stars dropped an 11-0 decision to Montana on Wednesday night to end the first day of the Pacific Northwest regionals in ...

U.S. Energy team starts pool play at Western Nationals

Riverton U.S. Energy manager Mark Stone says he entered his team in the Under-18 fastpitch division at Western Nationals to gain exposure against other elite ...

Raiders fall to Cody 13-2 in first state game

The Riverton Raiders lost their first-round American Legion baseball Class-A state playoff game 13-2 to Cody Thursday afternoon in Laramie. The game was ...

Sometimes you can judge the work of an entire season by one play. After watching the Riverton 15-year-old Babe Ruth team play in the state semi-finals against ...

Younger Babe Ruth stars shelled 15-2 by Oregon

Riverton has three more pool play games at the regional tournament inR00;Montana.

Southern Oregon defeated the Riverton 14-year-old all-star ...

Raiders rained out of state tourney opener

Wet weather made officials postpone the first day of the American Legion baseball state tournament for the Riverton Raiders.
A rainstorm in Laramie on ...

A steady rain in Riverton on Tuesday provided muddy conditions for the final evening performance of the PRCA Ram Rodeo at the Fremont County Fairgrounds.
The ...

14-year-olds open U.S. Babe Ruth regionals vs. Southern Oregon

Two weeks ago, Riverton captured its first Babe Ruth state championship title in 12 years, winning the 14-year-old baseball division in Torrington.
This ...

Go Fremont County races generate $13K for causes

On Saturday, 115 racers, walkers bikers and swimmers took part in the Go Fremont County Parade Day Run, Cycle or Swim event in Riverton.
Although final ...

Fremont County cowboys John Franzen and Joe Campbell emerged as leaders of their respective events Monday night at the first performance of the PRCA Ram rodeo ...

Beer-selling 'Opera Man' a favorite at Coors Field

On Sunday's baseball's Hall of Fame Day, when a stellar class including slugger Frank Thomas, pitchers Tom Glavine and Greg Maddux, and managers Tony La Russa, ...

 
 

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