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February 01, 2018

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 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    February 1, 2018

Lady Pioneers grinding through 'the process'

TEN SLEEP - Trusting the process can be difficult, especially when it does not equate to wins, and for the Ten Sleep Lady Pioneers girls basketball team they are keeping their heads down, working...

 

Riverside students shine in academic contests

BASIN — Riverside Academic Challenge is in the midst of its season with several meets coming up in Cheyenne, Torrington and Billings.  The team has been on a roll this year finishing in the top three spots in all of its competitions so far,...

 

Clinton regrets not firing adviser accused of harassment

NEW YORK (AP) — Hillary Clinton says she should not have let a senior campaign adviser keep his job after a female staffer accused him of sexual harassment in 2007. “The most important work of my life has been to support and empower women,”...

 

Wyoming legislative panel rejects tax proposals

CHEYENNE (AP) — A Wyoming legislative committee has rejected all the tax proposals it was considering to bolster the state’s sagging revenues. The Joint Revenue Committee actually voted on only one of the five tax bills on the agenda Wednesday....

 
 By Marcus Huff    News    February 1, 2018

TCT lawsuit continues in Cody court

CODY — District Court Judge Norman E. Young, from the Ninth Judicial District, heard continued arguments in the case Campbell versus Tri-County Telephone Association in Cody on Monday, primarily concerned with a motion for Partial Summary...

 
 By Karla Pomeroy    News    February 1, 2018

Ready for change

WORLAND — More than 30 people form multiple organizations came together in a meeting Jan. 18 as part of a new coalition to join efforts to combat substance abuse in the Worland area. The Washakie Prevention Coalition is seeking input and grant...

 

After a stumble, US stocks finish slightly higher

U.S. stocks overcame a brief stumble to close slightly higher Wednesday, snapping a two-day losing streak. The dip came after the Federal Reserve released its latest statement on interest rate policy and the economy, in which the central bank...

 

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