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The transportation director for the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes was one of 11 people honored by the White House as Champions of Change for ...

WPBS faces 'perplexing' spectrum issue

Not many people think about the radio frequency spectrum on a regular basis, even though the natural resource is central to many daily functions, according to ...

Merrell new administrator for Wyoming Life Resource Center

Adam Merrell has joined the Wyoming Department of Health as the new administrator for the Wyoming Life Resource Center in Lander.
Merrell has worked in ...

Herren retiring from WyDOT

Riverton senior engineering technician Kent Herren retired Aug. 8 from the Wyoming Department of Transportation after more than 32 years of service.
Herren ...

Lander eatery catches eye of New York Times travel blogger

In mid-July, a New York Times photographer and food and travel blogger stopped in Lander during a trip across the United States and were impressed by what they ...

Two dozen businesses to sell WyoLotto tickets in county

Locations in Riverton, Lander, Dubois and Shoshoni will participate.

Residents will have 24 locations from which to buy WyoLotto tickets when the ...

District 25 OKs new contracts for educators in 2014-2015 year

New contracts have been approved by Fremont County School District 25 in Riverton for Taylor Jacobs as an educational school psychologist, Cynthia Heryford as ...

R Bar adopts smoke-free policy, expands lot to accommodate patio service, games

The Riverton City Council in July approved additional outdoor serving space for the R Bar --formerly the Time Out Bar --at 514 N. Federal Blvd.
Pursuant to ...

UW president wants greater cooperation with energy industry

University of Wyoming president Richard C. McGinity of Crowheart wants the school to work more closely with the state mining industry during his time at the ...

Start Up Institute returns to Jackson

Silicon Couloir and Central Wyoming College have partnered to bring the third session of the Start Up Institute to Jackson in the fall.
The Start Up ...

City coffee roastery using custom bike to make deliveries

The family-owned business uses the machine to bring customers bags of roasted beans.

Brown Sugar Coffee Roastery has an eye-catching new promotional ...

Research firm ranks Wyoming No. 2 in business

CHEYENNE -- An independent economic research firm ranks Wyoming No. 2 in the nation in its ranking of states for being pro-business.
Wyoming rose from No. 5 in ...

Internet provider begins 'turn up' phase in expansion project

Riverton-based Wyoming.com said it has started the initial "turn-up" phase of its Wireless NextGen network project for northern Fremont County.
The fixed ...

Wyoming Attorney General fines company $15,000 for violating do-not-call laws

The Wyoming Attorney General recently imposed a $15,000 civil penalty on a company that appeared to be calling consumers on the do-not-call lists.
The ...

Museum hires Crawford as visitor services coordinator

Jackson Crawford is the new visitor services coordinator for the Riverton Museum.
Crawford said he looks forward to bringing his skills as a teacher and ...

Ridgway earns performance award

The Wyoming Workforce Development Council has awarded Central Wyoming College's Lori Ridgway with the Outstanding Individual Performance Award at a state ...

Imagine driving your local public swimming pool down the highway at 30 mph, and you have an idea of the size of Westech's water tanks. The huge vessels, ...

Westech serves global energy economy from shop in Mills

CASPER -- One of theprevalent political catch phrases of the day is "global economy." We hear and read about this concept often but it rarely appears on our ...

Federal road project hard on nearby businesses

Some business people see the road construction on South Federal Boulevard like eggs cracked for an omelette, but others think the project's poor management is ...

Wind River elementary teacher receives Arch Coal teacher award

A Wind River Elementary School instructor has received the Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Award through the Arch Coal Foundation.
Fifth-grade teacher Chad ...

 
 

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