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By Christina George, Staff Writer
Sep 15, 2016

Design work for overhauling the Wyoming Life Resource Center in Lander and the Wyoming State Hospital in Evanston will not be required to be energy-efficient ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
Jun 1, 2016

The legislative task force overseeing renovations and construction at the Wyoming Life Resource Center in Lander and the Wyoming State Hospital in Evanston ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
May 27, 2016

K-12 education spending in Wyoming has been trimmed by $36 million by the Wyoming Legislature this year, and Fremont County School districts will be touched ...


By Christina George, Staff Writer
May 26, 2016

Mountain Neighbor-hood Bar & Grill is named after a 40-foot mural that hangs on its walls depicting the sun setting behind the Grand Teton. A ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
May 15, 2016

New teachers at Wyoming Indian schools this fall will earn a $48,000 base pay, a $1,000 increase from the current academic year. The Fremont County School ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
May 13, 2016

Later this year, Shoshoni students and staff will abandon the current Shoshoni school building and move into a new one north of their old campus. The ...


By Christina George, Staff Writer
Apr 29, 2016

The Wyoming Legislature this year voted to appropriate $9 million for the level-three design phase of the dual project, which would precede full funding for ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
Apr 26, 2016

There will soon be new guidelines for seizure and forfeiture of assets suspected of being involved in controlled substance violations. After several attempts ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
Apr 26, 2016

There will soon be new guidelines for seizure and forfeiture of assets suspected of being involved in controlled substance violations. After several attempts ...


By Christina George, Staff Writer
Apr 20, 2016

Wyoming Senate Majority Floor Leader Eli Bebout, R-Riverton, says he will run for office again. The longtime legislator is the last in the Fremont County ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
Apr 19, 2016

It's tough to head into a legislative budget session when the state is facing declining revenues, and the future doesn't hold a lot on the horizon as far as an ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
Apr 19, 2016

Two Fremont County legislators say they will seek re-election for another two-year term in the Wyoming Legislature. State Rep. Lloyd Larsen is serving in his ...


By Christina George, Staff Writer
Apr 17, 2016

Speed limit raised on state highways across county; some lower limits remain The posted speed limit rose from 65 to 70 mph in recent days on many ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
Apr 15, 2016

Student e-mails are not considered public record of their school under a new law passed by the Wyoming Legislature. This includes electronic communications ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
Apr 14, 2016

Determining how to distribute state funding to cities, towns and counties was by far the biggest controversy of the Wyoming Legislature's 20-day budget session ...


By Christina George, Staff Writer
Apr 12, 2016

State Sen. Cale Case, R-Lander, said he remains positive about the treatment he's undergoing for cancer. Case is dealing with a reoccurrence of melanoma that ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
Apr 12, 2016

Legislation passed recently by the Wyoming Legislature promises several changes to Wyoming's health care picture. State Rep. Lloyd Larsen, R-Lander, is a ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
Apr 8, 2016

The Wyoming Legislature this year tried with at least three bills to pass laws on possession of marijuana edibles. Attempts included consideration what ...


By Christina George, Staff Writer
Apr 5, 2016

The Wyoming Legislature passed a smaller biennium budget for the state this year, but a longtime Fremont County lawmaker says it can't be sustained as ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
Apr 3, 2016

Shortly after a fire ripped through the heart of downtown Dubois destroying several business buildings in the local mountain town, a group of students in a ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
Apr 1, 2016

A legislative committee will take another crack at establishing an edible marijuana law next year after the Wyoming Legislature failed to approve several ...


By Christina George, Staff Writer
Mar 31, 2016

The man accused of fatally shooting his wife in front of the couple's children on the Wind River Indian Reservation plans to claim self-defense and accidental ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
Mar 31, 2016

Wind River preschool idea earns national recognition Four years ago, Wind River's school district added a bus to its fleet to help crisscross ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
Mar 23, 2016

A worker shortage is delaying the opening of the new Shoshoni school by two months. Fremont County School District 24 originally was set to move into the $46 ...


By Christina George, Staff Writer
Mar 17, 2016

The years-long effort to establish an American Indian Education for All Act in Wyoming isn't over. Wyoming Department of Education consultant Rob Black said ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
Mar 16, 2016

Although a last-minute change to the local government distribution model will cost Fremont County's smallest towns, they will still come away with more state ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
Mar 15, 2016

CHEYENNE - Gov. Matt Mead has given his final signature to a bill to fund four projects - including one in Fremont County - under the Wyoming Wildlife and ...


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