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Storm sparks three search-and-rescue calls; all successful

In one incident, High Plains Power provided a Sno-Cat which was used to reach a stranded motorist.

Local search and rescue crews responded to three ...

Wind River now faces its biggest challenge of the season Thursday night in Pavillion, hosting a full-strength Wyoming Indian team.

It was another day ...

Coaches defend money spent on UW athletics

Here's what the "The Big Cat" has to say: "you can't shrink your way to prosperity. Downgrading (athletics) at UW seems a senseless thought."
Cowboy fans ...

Lander Valley High School swimmer Ryan Crawford competed in the 100-yard butterfly during the dual meet against Riverton High School at the Lander Swimming ...

Eagles beat Dubois Rams and Meeteetse

St. Stephen's completed a regular-season sweep of the Dubois Rams with an 84-41 win at home on Friday night.
The win, combined with Saturday's 90-67 runaway ...

Lady Wolverines remain winless on season at 0-16

The Riverton High School girls basketball team fell to both Kelly Walsh Friday 43-34 and to Casper Natrona 83-27 Saturday and have yet to find their first win ...

The Tigers lost a pair of road contests, including an overtime game against Jackson.

The Lander Valley High School boys got off to a good start in ...

Basketball pioneer, Wyoming legend Sailors dead at 95

Laramie (AP) - Kenny Sailors, the college basketball Hall of Famer credited by some with being the first to use the modern jump shot, died Saturday. He was ...

Failure to expand Medicaid is 'all about politics, not money'

Editor:
I will be watching to see what important state service is cut from the state budget next month that is the same amount of money that the state could ...

Judge considers sentence trim for Rails to Trails killer

Judge Norman Young is considering a sentence reduction for John Kalani Potter, who -- along with Santana Mendoza -- beat a man to death and severely injured a ...

The Wranglers bounced back from a loss to Greybull with a conference victory Saturday.

Lady Blue bounced back with a vengeance following Friday's ...

Sparing education

The governor makes a good case for protecting K-12 funding, even in down times

Rare is the year when the primary budget makers from the Wyoming ...

State rig tally holds steady; nation down another 18

Oilfield services company Baker Hughes Inc. says the number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. declined by 18 this week to 619.
The Houston ...

Sled dog racer Jerry Bath of Lander helped out at the local stop of the Stage Stop race years ago, piquing his interest in the sport. On Monday and Tuesday, ...

Not everything is a nail, is it?

But in this country, the hammer is the tool of choice.

"When the only tool you have is a hammer, it's tempting to treat everything like a nail." ...

Dozens turned out Saturday in downtown Riverton to participate in the Wild West Winter Carnival ice sculpture ...

Liz Cheney running for House slot, joining big GOP; field

The elder daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney is running for Congress, following up a failed U.S. Senate campaign two years ago with another attempt ...

No. 5 Shoshoni recovered Saturday to beat Thermopolis, 61-48.

The Shoshoni Wrangler boys entered their game against Greybull with a 12-2 record, ...

Grant paying for community gardens on the WR reservation

The National Institutes of Health has awarded a five-year, $2.5 milling grant to partner with the University of Wyoming and the Wind River Indian Reservation ...

St. Stephen's girls put on a clinic with a double-demolition of Dubois and Meeteetse.

The St. Stephen's Lady Eagles continued their rampage through ...

 
 

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