RIVERTON, Wyo. — The Eastern Shoshone Tribe has announced plans to expand the Shoshone Rose Casino on U.S. Highway 287 north of Lander.
LANDER, Wyo. — A Casper man has been sentenced to 12 to 15 years in prison for his role in a home invasion and robbery near Lander.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Wyoming Department of Health has named a new administrator for the Wyoming Life Resource Center in Lander.
LANDER, Wyo. — A judge has set a November trial date for a former director of the Pioneer Museum accused of stealing materials from the Lander institution.
Nicole Goggles smiles after putting down a deposit on a car Wednesday in Lander, Wyo. “Next week I’m buying a house,” she said. “I’m a single parent, so this is my chance to finally be who I want to be.” Members of the Northern Arapaho tribe began receiving checks today from a $157 million f…
LANDER, Wyo. — Friends of a Lander couple who lost two young daughters in a crash this week are raising money to help the family.
The LEED Platinum rating awarded to the Wyss Wilderness Medicine Campus near Lander is the fifth platinum project in Wyoming.
CASPER, Wyo. — Shelli and Jerry Johnson lost their cabin to a 2006 fire near Sinks Canyon outside of Lander.
CASPER, Wyo. — At least two people were killed in crashes on Wyoming roads Thursday afternoon, one near Douglas and another near Lander.
LANDER, Wyo. — The Wyoming Legislature is taking on the dead.
LANDER — An oversized yoga ball held Tracy Carr’s frail, bent body. Scoliosis has contracted her spine so much it nearly collapsed a lung, making her more susceptible to pneumonia. At 40 years old and only 70 pounds, pneumonia can mean death.
A drilling rig at an Encana Corp. site operates north of Highway 20/26 east of Moneta in Fremont County. Encana, Noble Energy and ConocoPhilips are poised to submit a development plan for a 4,200-well natural gas field – known as the Moneta Divide – covering 414 square miles in the area.
Tom Lucas smoothes down the edge of a bighorn sheep horn he's cut and bent to be half of a bighorn sheep bow on Tuesday morning, November 20, 2012. By fixing the file to his work table and moving the horn across it, Lucas can simulate the shaving process Native Americans would have used with…
Tom Lucas, left, points out the edges of the bighorn sheep bow that need to be shaved down to Rich Singer, right, as the two work on the bow at Lucas' cabin in Lander, Wyo. on Tuesday morning, November 20, 2012. Singer, a Crow Indian, is learning how to construct big horn sheep bows from Luc…
Rocky Mountain College’s football team definitely displayed plenty of resolve at season’s end in ensuring both its success and a spot in school history.
Rocky Mountain College kicker Nick Knell has been selected for the Frontier Conference's special teams player of the week award in football.
LANDER, Wyo. — Mountain lions in the northeast part of Wyoming will not face an unlimited quota season this fall.
Rocky Mountain College placekicker Nick Knell has been chosen to 2012 Beyond Sports Network. com NAIA preseason All-America football team.
Nick Dalimata demonstrates part of the routine performed by the “Smokin’ Scandals” as he juggles flaming torches on Wyoming Catholic College’s campus on March 26. The Scandals — all students at Wyoming Catholic College — use performance art to spread their faith.
Members of the “Smokin Scandals” — Andrew McNeely, Nick Dalimata, Sam Kirwin, Sebastian Macik and Clayton Lang — pose for a portrait in the back of McNeely’s truck, affectionately known as “Henrietta,” on March 26.