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UW approves tuition increase
LARAMIE -- The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees has approved a 5 percent tuition increase for some courses for ...

Changes in nuke missile command set in Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota

MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D. -- The Pentagon will spend an additional $10 billion to correct deep problems of neglect and mismanagement within the nation's ...

Privacy amendment wins committee's OK

CHEYENNE -- A state legislative committee voted Friday to recommend changing the Wyoming Constitution to specify that individuals have a right to privacy.
Sen. ...

Gardening into gorgeous November

Last week I picked two tomatoes right off the vine, something unheard of in this state so late in the year.

I noticed our German short-haired ...

The Arapahoe school community celebrated the addition of its new Arapaho elder and parent room Nov. 7 in the Arapahoe Elementary School. A special assembly ...

Zebroski's astounding effort for Lander not quite enough in classic

Jeremy Zebroski forever will be linked to the great Class 3-A state championship football game between his Lander Valley High School Tigers and the arch rival ...

Guilty plea to lower charge for woman in home invasion

Kelly Meehan and her boyfriend, Bow Hepner, both of Gillette, were fugitives from a halfway houwe when they were arrested for robbing Joann and Allen ...

A few changes in school plan, but design still on schedule

Riverton school district administrators feel confident moving forward with a 60 percent design completion for the new K-3 Willow Creek Elementary ...

Two days after his May retirement from the Lander Police Department, Chuck Carr started working as campus security officer at Central Wyoming College in ...

Sinkhole worries not over in Rock Springs; more work needed

Sweetwater County has a history of not sitting on stable ground -- everything from foundations cracking and utility lines snapping to entire structures sinking ...

No one epitomized the boom-or-bust existence of 19th century gold mining in Fremont County more than these two men, Emil Granier, right, and W.G. Peters (some ...

Wyoming Farm Bureau elects Livingston to 10th term as president

Perry Livingston of Sundance was elected to his 10th term as president of the Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation at the organization's 95th annual meeting in ...

Second health insurance sign-up starting

Wyoming residents have a four-month window that started Saturday to buy health insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act.
State residents who aren't ...

Hunter says men told him to 'get off their land'

A hunter called police at about 4:20 p.m. Nov. 7 to report that two unknown subjects had pointed a gun at him in the Dickinson Park area above Fort ...

Sophomores Kiara Skinner and Kalynn Dahlke were two of the most powerful volleyball players this year for the Central Wyoming College Rustlers.
Both have ...

Injury led to a pair of regular season defeats for Dubois Rams in their first three games this year, and its ominous face returned at the worst possible time ...

More than Jackson

The tourist area's airport figures skew Wyoming's air service picture

How could it be that in this period of near desperation among small airlines ...

Past Gillette hoops star takes court for Cowgirls

LARAMIE -- When the University of Wyoming Cowgirls open the regular season, Jordan Kelley will run out onto the floor of a basketball court for an official ...

All-state, all-conference honors for SHS spikers

Annika Dechert brought home the Class 2-A Northwest Player of the Year award.

The Shoshoni High School volleyball tandem of Annika Dechert and ...

Wilson an all-stater for Cougar volleyball

Junior Wind River High School Cougars volleyball player Bailey Wilson emerged this year as one of the elite players in the Class 2-A level, and she landed a ...

 
 

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