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CWC to offer new course on tribal relations, government

A new course titled Native Nations Building will start in the spring semester at Central Wyoming College, taught by American Indian studies instructor Tarissa ...

High marks for Shoshoni from accreditation visitors

School District 24 scored above average in leadership and in resource utilization.

Simply put, Fremont County School District 24 "rocked" its recent ...

Man's unexpected death demonstrates risks of meds for pain patients

Patients who have developed a tolerance to painkillers may take a dangerous dose without realizing it.

The October death of a Lander man due to ...

UW programs now at risk due to shortfall in state funding

The University of Wyoming may not be able shield academic programs from proposed state budget cuts, President Dick Mc-Ginity warned state lawmakers.
"The ...

Tribe plans to retrieve remains of children who lived at school long ago

The Northern Arapaho Tribal Historic Preservation Office is planning to retireve the remains of deceased tribal members to Wyoming from Carlisle, Pa., where ...

Lady Blue has tough season-opening weekend

The Wranglers struggled with three losses in two days at the Burns Winter Classic.

Shoshoni's girls basketball squad opened the new season on the ...

Tigers battle Chiefs in dramatic thriller

Wyoming Indian beat Lander 78-75 in a hard-fought game ended by a controversial last-second call.

One of the most-infamous occurrences in basketball ...

Lander's girls' basketball team prevailed in a spirited affair against Wyoming Indian with a season-opening 72-67 victory.

Alyssa Hoaglen was on a ...

The Riverton Wolverine girls basketball team played its best half of early-season basketball in the first half against the Cheyenne South Lady Bison, but still ...

County to fight added acreage for sage grouse

Fremont County Commissioners intend to fight the Bureau of Land Management's proposal to withdraw 252,000 acres of land identified as greater sage grouse ...

Hoops begins with bang

So, there I was in Lander on Friday evening at spacious Bob Carey Memorial Fieldhouse for my first taste of Wyoming high school basketball. What I got left my ...

The surprising Cheyenne South Bison pulled away from a cold-shooting Riverton High School boys basketball team 56-45 Saturday afternoon in Wolverine Gym.
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Central Wyoming's women dropped a two-point contest in the Valley of the Sun.

Central Wyoming College's women's basketball squad travelled to the ...

Wranglers get off to rousing start

Shoshoni's boys basketball squad swept three games at the Burns Winter Classic behind strong team play.

Shoshoni head boys basketball coach Brady ...

Timothy L. Zimmerman

Timothy L. Zimmerman of Riverton died Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015, at his home. He was 68.
As were his wishes, cremation has taken place. A celebration of life ...

Bernetta G. Cachelin Goodrich

Bernetta G. Cachelin Goodrich of Lander died Nov. 29, 2015. She was 85.
There are no public services pending.
Bernetta G. Cachelin Goodrich was born Nov. 14, ...

The traveling show will be displayed until Jan. 27.

This holiday season the Riverton Museum will showcase a traveling exhibit from the Wyoming State ...

Luther, Olson wed Aug. 22 in Lander

Erin and Zac Olson of Colorado were married Aug. 22, 2015, at the Lander Community Center.
The bride is the daughter of Rory and Luanne Luther of Riverton. ...

Use dumpster at recycling site appropriately, says city staff

People are misusing a city trash dumpster located near the recycling containers in the parking lot in the 1200 block of West Main Street in Riverton, city ...

New EPA water regulations a menace to economic security

Editor:
States already know best how to manage their water and they don't need the Environmental Protection Agency to over-regulate one of Wyoming's most ...

 
 

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