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Another restaurant leaves Riverton Regional Airport

Pepe's Tacos was the third operator at the city-owned property since 2012.

Pepe's Tacos at Riverton Regional Airport cafe closed its doors this month ...

'Fill-A-Bowl' benefits Center of Hope

The "Filling an Empty Bowl" fundraiser for the Center of Hope was held Thursday at the the Fremont Center of the Fremont County Fairgrounds. The event included ...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) -- Saturn's geyser-spouting moon Enceladus has a new portfolio, thanks to the Cassini spacecraft.
NASA released its latest close-ups ...

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Births

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A daughter was born to Dalilah Brown of Lander and Levi Redman of Ethete at 12:16 p.m. Oct. 11at ...

State to consider law on edible pot due to Colorado proximity

Miller chairs committee addressing it

Marijuana, the juvenile sex offender registry and asset forfeiture are among the topics to discussed by the ...

Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Murray, right, recognized Deputy Secretary of State Karen Wheeler for her 30 years of service. Wheeler has served during the ...

Rule could speed ferret effort

CHEYENNE (AP) -- Federal and state wildlife officials are announcing a new rule to make landowners in Wyoming less fearful about the legal implications of ...

Committee opts not to change state savings strategy for now

CASPER. (AP) -- Wyoming lawmakers have decided not to draft a bill to change how the state saves money during years of decreased revenues, though they say they ...

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Past Shoshoni man killed; wife charged with running over him
GILLETTE (AP) -- A woman has been arrested for allegedly driving over her husband who died ...

Gravel road improvements get 1 percent tax money

The money had been allocated for a different project, but county commissioners decided to use it for gravel roads instead.

Dozens of miles of roads ...

Halloween safety applies to treats, decorations and costumes, say CDC experts

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers health and safety tips for families planning Halloween festivities this month.
The fall celebration can ...

Wyoming sees little change in test scores in grades 4-8

Wyoming students showed little change in their scores on a national academic assessment.
Overall, Wyoming's fourth and eighth grade students in 2015 continued ...

Five people were injured in a one-vehicle rollover just before 5:30 p.m. Wednesday on Wyoming Highway 789 west of Shoshoni.
Firefighters responding to the ...

College figures show lagging performance in 'student success'

70 percent of enrollees don't earn degree

Central Wyoming College president Cristobal Valdez presented some unexpected statistics to the CWC Board ...

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Corrections

The caption with Wednesday's page one photos from Ashgrove Elementary's family literacy night should have ...

Death penalty expert disallowed in murder case

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) -- A judge on Tuesday rejected a request for a death penalty specialist to represent a teenager charged with killing two good Samaritans on ...

Reclamation costs an issue if big coal mines shut down

CHEYENNE (AP) -- The risk that coal companies in Wyoming and elsewhere could leave the public responsible for millions of dollars in mine-cleanup costs is a ...

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Restaurant to pay $11.4 million
CHEYENNE (AP) -- A judge has ordered a Cheyenne restaurant to pay a Nebraska couple nearly $11.4 million after the ...

After virus scare, quarantine now lifted at college's equine facility

The recent quarantine at the Central Wyoming College Equine Center has been lifted.
The quarantine was initiated after two horses at the equine center ...

With WIN out of Wyoming, multi-state cooperative might be next

When WINHealth pulled out of the federal health insurance marketplace and then went out of business, Wyoming was left with only one company offering a plan ...

 
 

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