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 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    December 14, 2017

Warrior swimmers look to close out 2017 strong

WORLAND - With their first swimming meet of the 2017-18 season in the books the Worland Warriors turn their focus to their final meets of 2017 in Lander and Riverton Friday and Saturday. At their...

 

SkyWest Airlines competing for Riverton airport contract

RIVERTON (AP) — SkyWest Airlines has submitted a proposal looking to compete against Denver Air Connection for the Riverton Regional Airport’s air service contract in the 2018 fiscal year. Air Service Task Force Chair Missy White says because of...

 

US stocks indexes close mostly higher after Fed rate hike

The major U.S. stock indexes finished mostly higher Wednesday, with small companies notching big gains as lawmakers in the House and Senate reached a deal on a sweeping tax reform package. The Dow Jones industrial average eked out its third...

 

Ten Sleep Parade of Lights Saturday

TEN SLEEP – The annual Ten Sleep Parade of Lights, hosted by the Ten Sleep – Hyattville Lions Club with the theme of “snowpokes,” starts Saturday evening at 6:30 p.m. Event organizer Becky Cooper stated that there should be at least a dozen...

 

UW professor recruits high school students to UW through science lessons

Years ago, Danny Dale used to visit Laramie’s Beitel and Spring Creek elementary schools -- where his daughters attended school -- and taught mini-science lessons to the young students there. Now, years later, the University of Wyoming professor...

 

What's next for education funding?

WORLAND — Let local officials make the cuts where they need to, not the legislature, was the overwhelming message officials from Washakie County School Districts No. 1 and 2, Big Horn County School District No. 4 and Park County School District 16...

 

Wyoming health department official expects deficit to grow

CASPER (AP) — Wyoming Department of Health Director Tom Forslund asked lawmakers for help in addressing the $32 million budget deficit that’s only expected to grow. The Casper Star-Tribune reports that in department’s presentation to the Joint...

 

Notice of Probate Hunter

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