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By Kylie Mohr, Via Wyoming News Exchange
Apr 5, 2018

JACKSON -- Young students interested in learning more about Wyoming's second-largest industry are in luck, thanks to a new major starting this fall at the ...

By CJ Baker, Via Wyoming News Exchange
Apr 5, 2018

POWELL -- State of Wyoming officials say that -- although they've been hindered by federal restrictions placed on the former Beartooth Ranch in Clark -- they've ...

From staff reports
Apr 5, 2018

A 22-year-old Riverton man was hospitalized and cited for driving under the influence after driving a vehicle into an unoccupied house at about 11 p.m. ...

 

By Michael Illiano, Wyoming News Exchange
Apr 5, 2018

Wyoming's economy saw slight improvements in the fourth quarter of 2017 but did not grow as quickly as the national economy, according to a report by the ...

By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer
Apr 5, 2018

Judge Wesley Roberts ruled Wednesday that a special prosecutor will be allowed to pursue a manslaughter conviction against Keith Sack, 22, who shot and killed ...

 
By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer
Apr 5, 2018

The Northern Arapaho Tribe has joined a growing list of governmental entities nationwide in suing opioid manufacturers and their distributers. The tribe ...


From staff reports
Apr 5, 2018

Fremont County Treasurer Scott Harnsberger announced Thursday that he will not seek re-election for a seventh term. He was first appointed to the position in ...

From wire reports
Apr 4, 2018

Meier announces treasurer candidacy TORRINGTON(WNE) - State Sen. Curt Meier (R-LaGrange) was in Torrington this week to formally announce he's making ...

By Mike Koshmrl, Wyoming News Exchange
Apr 4, 2018

JACKSON -- Wyoming wildlife managers plan to make a concerted effort to drive down the population of grizzly bears in places where they have complete control ...


By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer
Apr 4, 2018

Fremont County's budget discussions began Tuesday afternoon with a much different tone from the last two years. In 2016, county commissioners asked elected ...

 
By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer
Apr 4, 2018

Judge Norman Young sent a message about drunk-driving Tuesday, sentencing the driver of a nearly fatal DUI incident to 3-6 years imprisonment. The judge also ...

By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer
Apr 4, 2018

Community members will be eligible for honorary degrees through Central Wyoming College beginning this spring. The new Associate of Humane Letters is meant to ...


By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer
Apr 4, 2018

A program that started March 1 in Fremont County offers free transportation to cancer patients traveling for treatment. Carol Smith of Lander initiated the ...

From Wyoming News Exchange
Apr 3, 2018

WILSON (WNE) -- Wildlife rehabilitators in Wilson are on the lookout for up to nine barn owl nests that could serve as foster homes for 19 Idahoan owlets left ...

From wire reports
Apr 3, 2018

Suicide prevention funds restored CHEYENNE (AP) -- For Cheyenne resident Rhianna Brand, funding for suicide prevention services is a life-or-death ...


By Michael Illiano, Sheridan Press Wyoming News Exchange
Apr 3, 2018

SHERIDAN -- Since the 2016 presidential election, "fake news" has become a buzzword in American politics. What exactly the term denotes varies based on how it's ...

From staff reports
Apr 3, 2018

Recent weather setbacks weren't welcomed by workers on the $13.96 million North Federal Boulevard project in Riverton in recent days, but work is ...

By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer
Apr 3, 2018

The City of Riverton is reinstating its Solutions Committee. The group was formed in 2012 to address social issues in the community, and it was active ...


By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer
Apr 3, 2018

The $4.9 million in major maintenance funding that the Legislature approved in March was cause for "tremendous celebration" among Fremont School District 25 ...

 
By Kristine Galloway, Wyoming News Exchange
Apr 3, 2018

State education officials are forging ahead with efforts to offer computer science to every student in Wyoming. The Wyoming Department of Educationon ...

From Wyoming News Exchange
Mar 30, 2018

JACKSON (WNE) -- Scientists have mapped the precise route of the magma plume feeding the famed and sometimes-feared Yellowstone hotspot from the surface of the ...


From Wyoming News Exchange
Mar 30, 2018

GILLETTE (WNE) -- EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt toured Arch Coal's Black Thunder mine south of Wright on Friday, the second-largest producing thermal coal mine ...

By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer
Mar 30, 2018

The Riverton Police Department has played a major role in cracking down on shoplifting at Walmart, but it was one of the department's own who added to the ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Mar 30, 2018

Every year the Riverton City Council holds several meetings to decide on new goals for the success, promotion and beautification of the city. This year's ...

 

By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer
Mar 30, 2018

Wyoming has appropriated $500,000 for the Central Wyoming College outreach center being developed in Teton County. The final allocation is half of the initial ...

 
By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer
Mar 30, 2018

Egg hunts abound this weekend in Fremont County as community members venture outside to begin their Easter celebrations. Most of the hunts are on Saturday, ...

From wire reports
Mar 29, 2018

Grand Teton road opens to feet, bikes MOOSE (AP) -- A road in Grand Teton National Park has been cleared of snow and is now open to people out walking, ...


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