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The photography archive of The Ranger is being made available to readers online for the first time.
Readers now can view all the pictures shot by Ranger ...

Clifford nominated for business award

Wind River Hotel and Casino assistant general manger Andrea Clifford has been nominated by the Wyoming Business Report for the Women of Influence Award in the ...

WHP promotes lieutenant

Lt. Tom Pritchard, Wyoming Highway Patrol division supervisor for the Laramie area, is the new District Five captain. Pritchard will replace recently retired ...

St. Stephen's school begins to look for new principal

Cheryl Meyers is serving as interim principal for St. Stephen's Indian High School after the departure of Susan Kinneman. Meyers was a teacher for a ...

Valdez voices his vision for Central Wyoming College

Central Wyoming College president Cristobal Valdez was the first speaker of the season for the Lander Enterprises and Development of Economic Resources group ...

A local accounting office changed locations recently, moving to a building more suited to the small firm's needs.
Carmen Milbury, office manager for certified ...

A landmark Riverton restaurant temporarily moved downtown last week from its North Federal Boulevard location. For the next six months, diners will see the ...

U.S. Energy president and COO to retire

U.S. Energy has announced that president and COO Mark J. Larsen will retire at the end of this year.
Larsen has worked with the company since June 1984, and ...

Michael Lange, a native of Riverton, has been named the new Wyoming Arts Council manager. Lange replaces Rita Basom, who recently retired.
"I am very excited ...

Central Wyoming College, industry partner Mowrey Seismic, the Riverton Economic Development Association and the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services will ...

Dance studio moves into new building

Main Street Dance studio recently opened its doors at its newly remodeled studio on First Street in downtown Riverton.
The studio offers ballet, tap, jazz, ...

Tablets, laptops, e-books and a music mixer are some of the new items available to all patrons.

For some people, it has been a while since they've ...

VFW sells old facility on Main Street to former restaurateurs

The organization had asked for $650,000 for the 1.5-acre lot last year but sold it for $125,000.

The old Veterans of Foreign Wars building on West ...

The Wind River Hotel and Casino donated $3,000 to the Center of Hope detoxification facility on Tuesday.
"We really appreciate this and every little bit ...

Internet company celebrating installation of new broadband towers with ceremony Friday

The public is invited to a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday to celebrate improved phone and Internet service locally.
Wyoming.com has partnered with the Fremont ...

Bonnie Willhelm, curator for the Museum of the American West, was given the "Outstanding Educator" award for 2014 by the Oregon-California Trails Association. ...

Agriculture industry enjoying wet weather in Wyoming

CHEYENNE -- Wyoming farmers and ranchers are seeing some of the best crop and pasture conditions in years thanks to good snowfall last winter and above-average ...

The owners spent two months renovating the former Desert Cafe.

A Riverton family hopes a good location will help their new Shoshoni diner thrive. The ...

Riverton man elected as delegate at Angus meeting

Dan E. Ingalls, of Riverton, has been elected as a delegate to the 131th Annual American Angus Association Convention of Delegates on Nov. 6 at the KCI Expo ...

Economy slowing down in rural parts of Western, Plains states

OMAHA, Neb. --A new monthly survey of bankers suggests the economy is slowing down in rural areas of 10 states in the Plains and the West.
Creighton ...

 
 

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