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Class sizes expected to increase as college eyes efficiency

A new report shows a need for more efficiency in staffing practices at Central Wyoming College.
Brad Tyndall, CWC's vice president for academic affairs, said ...

Two Riverton students earn science fellowships

Two Central Wyoming College graduates are among nine recipients to receive Wyoming INBRE Transition Fellowships to study and conduct research at the University ...

Cowboys lose, 75-69

LARAMIE (AP) -- Tyron Criswell had 19 points and 10 rebounds and Cameron Oliver also chipped in 19 points to help Nevada beat Wyoming 75-69 Wednesday ...

Kyla Paulus led the Rustlers with 18 points.


The Generals of Sheridan College arrived in Riverton for a contest against the homestanding Central ...

RHS cagers at Rock Springs Friday, hosting Green River Saturday

Both the Riverton High School boys and girls basketball teams begin conference play this weekend with road games Friday at Rock Springs and Saturday games at ...

Marcus Nolan led CWC with a spirited 21-point effort against Sheridan College.

Marcus Nolan slowly left the court during the first half of Central ...

A hawk kept a sharp eye out for mice from its high perch on a power pole near Riverview Road in Riverton. Photo by Tibby ...

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Deaths

BRACKEN
Rodney Harold Bracken, 72, of Riverton, died Jan. 15 at his home. Per his request, there will be ...

Shirley Mae Marsh

Shirley Mae Marsh died Jan. 14, 2016, at her home in Lander. She was 87.
A visitation and service was held Jan. 19 at the Church of Jesus Christ of ...

Amy Jo Moore Green

Memorial services for Amy Jo Moore Green are at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23, at Davis Funeral Home in Riverton. A reception will follow at the Riverton Elks ...

John L. McCullough

John L. McCullough died Friday, Jan. 19, 2016, at Sage West HealthCare at Riverton.
He was 67 years old
Services for the lifelong Fremont County resident ...

Staying balanced in hard times

A lesson could be forthcoming for all of us
Do the subjects of money and politics sound "boring-boring" to you?
I don't pretend or wish to be a ...

Wyoming levaves $1.4 billion on table by not expanding Medicaid

Editor:
The Wyoming Legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee decision not to increase access to health care for roughly 20,000 hard-working, low-income ...

Treacherous canyon

The Wind River Canyon highway is a good candidate for a variable speed limit sign

A treacherous period for winter driving in Wind River Canyon hit a ...

JAC votes not to put expanded Medicaid into new budget plan

CHEYENNE (AP) -- A Wyoming legislative committee voted Wednesday to reject Gov. Matt Mead's suggestion that the state expand Medicaid to offer coverage to about ...

Wyoming digest

Another House candidate announces
CASPER (AP) -- A Casper resident says he's running a grassroots campaign for Wyoming's lone U.S. House seat.
Paul ...

Man sentenced for Lander street stabbing; may serve in boot camp

Luis Manuel Varba was sentenced to three to six years after pleading guilty after stabbing two men last year in a Lander bar fight. Varba had pled guilty to ...

He spent 11 years as Wyoming Indian Elementary School principal, and before that was a social studies teacher in the Ethete school district.

Wyoming ...

Bookkeeping change makes county's liabilities look different

The underlying facts have not changed for the worse.

A change in bookkeeping will show at least an additional $90 million in unfunded pension ...

Riverton High School 11th- and 12th-grade social studies classes participated in a question-and-answer session with Wyoming U.S. Sen. John Barrasso on Friday. ...

 
 

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