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Scholarship available to Wyoming students

The Wyoming Stock Growers Association has begun offering the Clifford P. Hansen Memorial Scholarship.
The scholarship recognizes an outstanding college ...

Public packs meeting on Wyoming oil regulations

New rules require companies to test groundwater before and after drilling.

CHEYENNE --Several hundred people packed into an auditorium for a public ...

Early bird park permits on sale

CHEYENNE -- Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources is offering annual permits at a discount until Feb. 15.
During the early bird sale, ...

Lander basketball teams each win two at Big Horn tourney

After suffering a 79-64 setback to host Worland on Friday, the Lander Valley High School boys basketball team won back-to-back games Saturday to end the ...

BYU dance team to perform in Riverton

The Brigham Young University ballroom dance company is bringing its world champion showcase "Capture the Magic" to Riverton.
The show will begin at 7 p.m. ...

PAVILLION --It was an entertaining battle between familiar opponents Friday in Pavillion. Homestanding Wind River High School outlasted Shoshoni High School ...

Wolverine girls win overtime thriller for 2-1 finish

CHEYENNE --The Riverton Wolverine girls basketball team won an overtime thriller against Cheyenne Central 49-48 on Friday and continued the positive mojo with ...

In a women's junior basketball game full of momentum swings, the Central Wyoming College Rustlers edged the Gillette College Pronghorns 60-59 Friday at Rustler ...

Historians to discuss South Pass City

Historians Jon Lane and Susan Layman will be available to answer questions about South Pass City during Coffee with a Historian on Wednesday.
The two can tell ...

Before 'bullying' was a buzzword

I'm not saying we liked it, but we did learn how to put an end to it.

The NFL and NCAA used up their entire quota of public service announcements to ...

PAVILLION --Visiting Shoshoni High School doubled-up Fremont County rival Wind River High School 56-28 on Friday at Pavillion to hand the Cougars their 11th ...

Wyoming digest

Man accused of sexual assault dies
GLEN ARBOR, Mich. --A lawyer says a 94-year-old Michigan man accused of sexually assaulting children decades ago in ...

Prosecutor seeking execution of Eaton

U.S. District Judge Alan B. Johnson overturned his death sentence and ruled he hadn't received an adequate defense.

A prosecutor has filed notice ...

State seeks comments on historic preservation plan

A last call for comments concerning Wyoming's statewide historic preservation plan is under way.
The State Historic Preservation Office invites the citizens ...

WIHS girls secure 2-A lead

Lyman's return to Class 2-A basketball wasn't what the Eagle girls expected. After posting wins over 3-A Lander, Torrington and Pinedale, along with a win over ...

City earns clean audit

The City of Riverton received a good audit report Tuesday.
Dennis Tschacher of Mader, Tschacher, Peterson and Co. presented the fiscal year 2014 audit ...

Campbell working to clarify driver's license legislation

The 63rd Wyoming Legislature is set to convene Tuesday for its 2015 general session.

Rep. Rita Campbell, R-Shoshoni said she will address several ...

Winter fair announces schedule for 2015

The Wyoming State Winter Fair is accepting vendor applications and has announced a schedule for the 2015 show.
The fair will feature a miniature bull riding ...

A hot-shooting performance from beyond the arc carried the Central Wyoming College men's basketball team to a stunning 88-80 upset victory Friday against the ...

Residents to begin receiving rollout trash bins this week

City crews will begin to deliver new 95-gallon trash rollout containers to Riverton residents this week.
The city has mailed letters to residents detailing ...

 
 

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