Articles from the May 30, 2019 edition
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May 30, 2019
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Public invited to participate in webinar on Shopko closure
WORLAND — The public is invited to view and participate in a webinar that will provide insight and recommendations to Wyoming communities in the wake of 13 Shopko stores closing across the state,... Full story
Residents frustrated after gas field discharge informational meeting
THERMOPOLIS – Well over 100 concerned citizens attended the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (WDEQ) meeting about the proposed Moneta Divide Gas Field discharge permit Tuesday, May 21, in the Hot Springs County High School auditorium,...
Jay Richard honored with Bell Ringer award
WORLAND - Pumpkin grower and set designer Jay Richard was honored by the Washakie County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees with their annual Bell Ringer Award. Chairman Don Bryant, in presenting...
Hear Me Out...Recapping the 2018-19 high school sports season
I haven't recapped the high school athletic season for a column yet, which is a huge oversight on my part. Having an annual guaranteed column idea is immensely valuable, of course, going over the year... Full story
NEWS EDITORIAL: Lest We Forget
There was much to be thankful for on Monday, including that the American Legion Floyd Minch Post 44 moved the annual Memorial Day Ceremonies inside the Post due to the rain and the saturated ground at Riverview Memorial Gardens Cemetery. During the...
Democrats vow more action in Fremont Co. voting
By Clair McFarland Riverton Ranger Via Wyoming New Exchange RIVERTON — The Wyoming Democratic Party has announced will seek further action on 2018 voting incidents that the Fremont County Attorney’s Office determined to be legal. State chairman... Full story
Federal government appeals grizzly ruling
CODY — Federal government attorneys filed an appeal to overturn a portion of last fall’s court ruling that sent the Yellowstone grizzly bear back under Endangered Species Act protection. Meeting a deadline just prior to the Memorial Day weekend,... Full story
Football player's sexual assault trial set for July
LARAMIE — The vast majority of all criminal cases in Albany County end in plea agreements, but Carl Granderson’s attorney has indicated in court documents that the former University of Wyoming football star is “proceeding to trial” in the sex...
Cheyenne student named Wyoming winner of "Doodle for Google"
CHEYENNE – It was earlier this month when Heather Osterman received the good news from Google. Her daughter, Amelia Osterman, had been chosen as the Wyoming winner of the Doodle for Google contest.... Full story
Hot City Outdoor Alliance Outdoor Day on June 8
THERMOPOLIS — The first, in what hopes to be an annual tradition, Hot City Outdoor Alliance Outdoor Day is set to take place on Saturday, June 8 at Hot Springs State Park in Thermopolis from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Outdoor Day was organized to help... Full story
Cheyenne mayor, Gordon dispute confrontation
CHEYENNE — The mayor of Cheyenne and the governor of Wyoming engaged in a public dispute Monday over what happened Friday during a contentious meeting about a potential Taiwanese state visit. In a news release sent from her office Monday morning,... Full story