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Each year the Wyoming State Historical Society produces a calendar full of photographs from Wyoming's past.
This picture was featured in the 1994 calendar, ...

Abandoned car project in city going well so far, say police

Riverton officials say the recent push to remove abandoned vehicles from city roadways has been successful thus far.
"We're getting a lot of positive ...

County waits on gay marriage

A federal judge has struck down Wyoming's law against same-sex marriage, but couples in Fremont County hoping to wed are still waiting.
The Fremont County ...

Once again the Wyoming State Historical Society has partnered with the American Heritage Center to create a 2015 calendar of Wyoming history.
With more than ...

Does writer who bashes coal practice what he preaches?

Editor:
In a letter to the editor dated Oct. 10, Don Kesselheim of Lander bashed the production of fossil fuels, including, among others, coal production in ...

Casting agent looking for native actors

Wind River Indian Reservation residents will have an opportunity to audition for several roles in the six-hour HBO miniseries "Lewis and Clark."
Rene Haynes ...

Reauthorize lodging tax

Its benefits are many, and it has a well-proven track record by now

Fremont County has a business which pulls in $138 million annually.
Actually, ...

UW faculty icon's memoir published

Three years ago, George Frison, an emeritus professor of anthropology at the University of Wyoming, remembers sitting in a hospital waiting room while his ...

Unable to generate a consistent offensive attack against the state's best defense, the Riverton Wolverine football squad saw its hopes of a perfect season and ...

Solid road win for Cougars in Saratoga

Wind River picked up its third win of the football season Friday night with a 34-6 victory over Saratoga in Carbon County.
The Cougars have on regular-season ...

Like Kirkegaard, San Jose State QB Gray waited patiently for opportunity

Between Colby Kirk-egaard and Joe Gray, waiting is a common trait.
By now, most Wyoming fans have heard Kirkegaard's story. The 6-foot-3, 205-pound ...

CWC spikers hosting two region opponents Friday and Saturday

The Rustlers are 19-7 overall and 3-3 in league play.

Two home volleyball matches start the second half of Region IX conference play for the Central ...

Wolverine XC teams both sixth at regional

The state meet is Saturday, Oct. 25, in Sheridan where RHS is going to compete in the Class 4-A level.

Gaven Murphy was the top finisher for the ...

The Riverton Wolverines are now in the driver's seat for a No. 3 seed in the upcoming regional volleyball tournament after sweeping the Evanston Red Devils ...

Boy's 'temper tantrum' in parking lot prompts onlookers to call authorities

Officers responding to a juvenile problem Oct. 9 in Riverton determined that the issue had been "self-inflicted."
The problem reportedly arose when a ...

Campaign gives teenagers safe driving tips

The "5 to Drive" effort addresses the five most dangerous and deadly behaviors for teen drivers.

Injury Prevention Resources teamed up with the ...

The winners of the Wyoming Business Council agribusiness division's seventh annual Agricultural Photo Contest have been chosen.
The grand prize winner was ...

'It's obvious' that Baker is best qualified for mayor

Editor:
In Riverton's mayor election, it is obvious who the best candidate is, and that is Lars Baker. All you need to do is look at his record and the ...

Walking up to the governor and state superintendent debates Thursday, attendees and candidates got an eyeful of signs calling for Wyoming to expand Medicaid. ...

It's the square knot or bust

Tying my shoes differently is mind-boggling

If you want to get out of your comfort zone, tie your shoes a different way.
Some aimless reading a ...

 
 

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