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Roy Clyde pleaded guilty to the fatal shooting through a plea agreement this month.

Last in a series

Many people who knew Roy Clyde were surprised ...

Tigers fall in final home game to Rawlins, 42-0

The Lander Valley Tigers were in a fight with just over a minute remaining in the opening half against Rawlins at Bill Bush Stadium on Friday night.
Lander ...

The St. Stephen's Eagles dropped their seventh game of the season to playoff-bound Farson-Eden 64-12 Friday afternoon at home, but no team has shown more ...

When a cowboy needed a rope in the early days of Wyoming, he usually had to make it himself. Jack Mease knows how it was done, and a new exhibit shows it.
The ...

Apologies for neglecting civic duty

Editor:
I understand how important jury duty is. I recently neglected my responsibility of jury duty and am now paying the price for it. I know it is my civic ...

Rainy day funds

It's time to define what they are for, and what they aren't

Recurring debate in Wyoming is warming again on the purpose of the state's enormous ...

Leaders say grouse decision was good

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's decision on Sept. 22 not to list the sage grouse as an endangered species was a good one, according to some local people ...

Field representatives hosting meetings for D.C. delegates

Field representatives for Wyoming's federal delegation will be available for office hours next week in Fremont County.
Area residents are encouraged to visit ...

Capitol design stalled

CHEYENNE (TNS) - State officials have suspended design work for the $300 million Capitol Square Project as they try to avoid more delays and cost ...

How to coach in a blowout

Whether you're on the top or the bottom, it's just plain hard to manage.

This has been a year of blowouts in local high school football.
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People are welcome to arrive at anytime during the eerie evening.

Children and families are invited to a (slightly) "Spooky Night at the Museum" ...

Teen drivers are focus of safety week

Injury Prevention Resources is joining with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to promote the "5 to Drive" campaign during National ...

Wolverines fall to Bearcats in shootout, 48-36

For the third game this season, the Riverton Wolverines could not come up with big defensive stops when they were needed the most, as Douglas used a surprising ...

Wind River hosted Dubois in homecoming football action 39 years ago this month, with the Cougars beating the visiting Rams 34-12 on a sunny Saturday in ...

Riverton resident Shirley Herman grew this sunflower that was taller than her shed before it was cut down due to the weight of the ...

The Riverton Lady Wolverines swim team placed fifth out of six schools at the Class 4-A West conference swim meet Thursday and Friday at the Riverton Aquatic ...

Wranglers lasso Mustangs sophomores, 44-8

In an impromptu game, the Shoshoni Wranglers picked up an interesting win over the Natrona County Sophomores 44-8 on Thursday evening at home. The win was the ...

Wolverines emerge from Evanston with humbling defeat in straight sets

After a promising weekend performance against the Natrona Fillies, the Riverton Lady Wolverines made the long school-day trip to Evanston and were shelled by ...

Riverton High School swimmer Jordan Lewis qualified in the 200 yard IM during the West Conference Prelims on Thursday at the Riverton Aquatic Center. Swimmers ...

The seniors on the Wind River volleyball squad hosted the Chiefs of Wyoming Indian in a Class 2-A Southwest clash in Pavillion on Thursday afternoon.
The ...

 
 

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