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COVID-19 UPDATE: Meetings to resume at detention center

WORLAND — The Washakie County Sheriff’s Office will be opening up its visitation and meetings at the Sheriff’s Office on Monday, Sept. 21. This will include NA, AA, mental health counseling, religious services. Residents are asked to contact... Full story

 By Staff    News    April 16, 2020

Charges dropped; attorney proves a fetus isn't a person, according to state statute

TORRINGTON — Charges against a woman who gave birth to a baby under the influence of methamphetamine were dropped after her defense attorney successfully argued the charging statute doesn’t consider a fetus a person until birth. Barbara Stewart,... Full story


Cowboys rally falls short in loss to Boston College

LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming men's basketball team made a furious second-half rally, but it wasn't enough as it fell to Boston College 88-76 at the Fort Myers Tip-Off at the Suncoast Credit...


Wyoming places three on first team All-MW squad

Wyoming places three on first team All-MW squad By WyoSports staff LARAMIE – Three University of Wyoming football players – all on defense – were named first team All-Mountain West on...


UW men's hoops signs versatile prep school wing

LARAMIE – University of Wyoming men’s basketball coach Allen Edwards announced the signing of 6-foot-6, 185-pound wing Trevon “TJ” Taylor Wednesday, which is the first day of the early signing period for college basketball teams. Taylor is...

 By Staff    News    June 6, 2017

Flood warning remains through the week for Medicine Lodge

WORLAND — A flood warning for Medicine Lodge Creek, including Medicine Lodge State Archaeological Site, has been extended into Sunday morning, according to the National Weather Service. Water levels will remain high through this week with another...


Tornado warning issued Monday for Worland

WORLAND — The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning with large hail about 4:30 p.m. Monday and then upgraded the warning about seven minutes later to a tornado warning. NWS meteorologist Brett McDonald of the Riverton...


Cowboys basketball suspends 3 backups for rest of season

LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming men’s basketball team’s depth took a big hit just days before the start of the Mountain West tournament. Cowboys coach Larry Shyatt announced late Friday that three backup players – 6-foot-8 sophomore forwa...


Governor Mead says no refugees under flawed system

CHEYENNE — Wyoming Governor Matt Mead followed the lead of many other governors across the country in halting acceptance of Syrian refugees to Wyoming. Mead said, “No state should have to endure the threat of terrorists entering our borders. The...


Snow arrives late to Wyoming

CHEYENNE — The first substantial snowstorm of fall is moving across Wyoming. Snow already has been piling up in Yellowstone and in the higher elevations around Jackson Hole. Rain changing to snow is the story elsewhere in the state Wednesday. Some...


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