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A family-owned daily newspaper serving Riverton, Lander and Fremont County, Wyoming since 1949

From staff reports
Jan 18, 2018

Births LEHMAN A daughter was born to Tasha Lehman of Riverton and Brad Lehman of Riverton at 11:35 a.m. Jan. 16 ...

By Kelli Ameling, Staff Wrier
Jan 18, 2018

Two alcohol-selling establishments in Lander failed a compliance check performed by the Lander Police Department. The establishments were the Lander Bar and ...

By Kelli Ameling, Staff Wrier
Jan 18, 2018

A business man is reminding Lander business owners anyone can become a victim when there is a rise in burglaries within the city. "I was proud to have a ...


By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Jan 18, 2018

The farmer's market on Saturdays at the Fremont County Fairgrounds is still in full swing after moving indoors in October and surviving the busy holiday ...

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Jan 18, 2018

In what has been a difficult campaign for the Lady Rustlers of Central Wyoming College, there has been one constant. Paulani Tarawa. The freshman forward has ...

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Jan 18, 2018

Riverton's boys' swim squad keeps right on rolling like waves generated by their powerful strokes as they crash against the sides of pools across Wyoming. The ...

 

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Jan 18, 2018

Coming off a road loss in Sheridan last week to the nationally-ranked Generals, Central Wyoming College was looking to rebound against Northwest College on ...

 
From staff reports
Jan 18, 2018

Both Riverton basketball squads are on the road this weekend, as the Wolverines will visit Powell on Friday and Cody on Saturday. The boys are currently 7-4 ...

 
By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Jan 18, 2018

Local college students have a message for the rest of us: Little things mean a lot, and friendliness can work wonders. Central Wyoming College trustees and ...


By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Jan 18, 2018

A change has occurred in print media news coverage, but I'm not sure I like it. All of a sudden, apparently, it's OK to print the vulgar term that the ...

By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer
Jan 17, 2018

During budget hearings ahead of the coming session of the Wyoming Legislature, the Joint Appropriations Committee subjected the State Engineer's Office to a ...

From staff reports
Jan 17, 2018

Fresh off the airline's victory in securing a third annual contract with Riverton Regional Airport, Denver Air Connection announced it broke its record for ...

 

By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer
Jan 17, 2018

Leaders at the Central Wyoming College Sinks Canyon Center south of Lander are working to re-establish the productive farm that was developed on the property ...

By Katie Kull, Wyoming News Exchange
Jan 17, 2018

Wyoming's top public defender saysthat if the Wyoming Legislature doesn't grant more staff positions, her attorneys are going to have to start refusing ...

Photos by Claire Peart
Jan 17, 2018

After a week of rehearsals, the cast and crew of Missoula Children's Theatre's "Treasure Island" performed Saturday at the Robert A. Peck Arts Center in ...

 

From Wyoming News Exchange
Jan 17, 2018

CHEYENNE (WNE) - Harriet Hageman is intent on taking a much harder line on the federal government's presence in the state than her predecessors if elected to ...

From Wyoming News Exchange
Jan 17, 2018

GILLETTE (WNE) -- A Campbell County legislator is proposing a bill that he believes will save money and keep air service in communities that struggle to fill ...

From wire reports
Jan 17, 2018

Coal company to supply plants in Japan GILLETTE (AP) -- A Wyoming coal company is planning to export coal from its mine in Montana to power two new ...


From staff reports
Jan 17, 2018

Births SEBRING A son was born Ariana O'Donnell of Riverton at 2:44 a.m. January 13, at SageWest Health Care at ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Jan 17, 2018

The St. Stephen's Lady Eagles flew into Lander and took an easy 71-52 win over the Tigers' junior varsity at Bob Carey Memorial Fieldhouse on Tuesday. ...

 
By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Jan 17, 2018

On Friday and Saturday, the Purple Palace in Pavillion hosted one of the state's marquee wrestling events, as the annual Don Runner Memorial Invitational was ...

 

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Jan 17, 2018

The game had the feel of a lunchtime contest desperately trying to beat the bell to go back to class. St. Stephen's and the Lander JV, peppered with several ...

 
By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer
Jan 17, 2018

Since opening up wrestling to sixth-graders, Riverton Middle School's sixth and seventh-grade wrestling program has improved, according to school resource ...

By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Jan 17, 2018

Donald Trump's first year in office is marked officiallyon Saturday, and thereis considerable conversation about what the general effects of his presidency ...


Richard Miller, Thermopolis
Jan 17, 2018

Editor: The recent GOP tax overhaul was unpopular with a solid majority of Americans.The main reason, I'm sure, is that it gave much bigger cuts to members ...

By Bob Moen, Associated Press
Jan 16, 2018

Increasing oil patch activity in Wyoming will generate more tax revenue for the state's depleted coffers, but the predicted bump in oil tax revenue isn't near ...

From staff reports
Jan 16, 2018

After Fremont County saw seven hypothermia deaths in 2016, that trend subsided in 2017, according to Fremont County coroner Mark Stratmoen. There was only one ...


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