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Enzi needs spring interns for Washington office

U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi is encouraging students and graduates from all backgrounds to apply for a spring internship in his Washington, D.C. office. The deadline ...

New harassment policy at courthouse

Fremont County has instituted a new harassment policy for the courthouse after a dispute between two employees in the Public Health department and small waste ...

Tribal veterans get transport help

As a result of Wond Warriors Family Support, the Eastern Shoshone Tibes is received a Ford truck to help transport veterans to their Veterans Affairs medical ...

The Trump effect

In Wyoming, it might come to be moreimportant psychologically than electorally
An interesting side bet in this year's presidential election would be ...

Library to show 'Don Giovanni'

Mozart's saucy, tragicomic "Don Giovanni" will be broadcast live in an HD video from New York's Metropolitan Opera at the Lander library on Saturday.
Viewers ...

A different alarm sound is being heard throughout Riverton now that an old siren atop the old City Hall building downtown has been replaced by a new one a few ...

Lander won for the first time in three years in a 19-0 road defeat Friday night on the road.

It's finally over.
On Friday night on a blustery, ...

Red Crossneeds help to install reservation alarms

About 300 homes have made appointments.

As part of the Home Fire Prevention Campaign, the American Red Cross of Wyoming will be installing ...

Brothers make it their business to pick up after Big Horn litterbugs

POWELL (AP) -- It bugged them so much that they decided to address the unsightly mess.
Powell boys Quincy and Devon Barhaug, aged 9 and 7 respectively, made it ...

Hail to Tigers football, Lady Chiefs runners

Well, Fremont County, our long national nightmare is finally at an end.
The Lander Valley High School Tigers finally snapped their 22-game regular-season ...

Documents indicate tribal chairman may have misused fed cash

Shoshone leader says action was appropriate

When the Shoshone Business Council issued lay-off letters Sept. 30 to employees of the shared tribal ...

Deferred term for Riverton suspect in strangulation

Aaron Holliday, who choked his girlfriend last month and then hid from police, will received a deferred sentence as part of a plea deal.
Instead of ...

Dubois demolished St. Stephen's by a final score of 76-7.

Dubois picked up their second win of the season in a big way at St. Stephen's on Friday ...

UW scholarships available for reservation students

Scholarship applications are now available from the Chief Washakie Memorial awards committee for the 2017-18 academic year at the University of Wyoming, with ...

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Births

LITTLETHUNDER
A daughter was born to Emmaline Yellowfox of Riverton and Thunder LittleThunder of Riverton at 1:01 a.m. October 5 at SageWest Health ...

Joseph Engavo Jr.

Joseph Engavo Jr. died Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, at his home located at 16 Grove Lane in Fort Washakie, surrounded by his family after a long battle with ...

Joseph F. Palmeno

Joseph F. Palmeno of Hudson died Friday, Oct. 7, 2016, at his home. He was 81 years old.
Visitation is from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 13, at the Chapel of Mount ...

Governor can, and should, relax 'good time' provisions

Editor:
"Good time" has proven to be an effective management tool for both incarcerated and paroled offenders. Increased good time encourages positive ...

Here and now

Homecoming Week isn't just fun, it's a local community service


On Monday afternoon, members of the Riverton High School FCCLA club painted the ...

Court says roundup not required for wild horses

CHEYENNE (AP) -- A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday against Wyoming officials who sought to require the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to round up wild ...

 
 

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