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The Pies At This Historic Restaurant In Wyoming Will Blow Your Taste Buds Away

You can find the Cowboy Cafe in Dubois at115 East Ramshorn, Dubois, WY. Be sure to visit their other locations in Sheridon and Riverton. Check outtheir websitefor current menus and opening hours. For more delicious spots to dine in Wyoming,click here.


Dubois man accused of arson and aggravated assault; Attempted to set a house on fire and enter residence with a chainsaw

34-year-old Jordan Murray of Dubois was arrested by the Fremont County Sheriff’s Department just after midnight on Saturday, October 13th. He was placed under arrest for aggravated assault, third-degree arson, and property destruction.


Fremont County “cost of living” dropped slightly in many areas over the last year; State average increased slightly

The State of Wyoming, Economic Analysis Division released their latest report last week, indicating that the “cost of living” across Wyoming was up 3.3% over the last 12 months.

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Fremont officials investigate fatal rollover near Dubois

RIVERTON (WNE) — Fremont County officials are investigating a death that occurred last week after one-vehicle rollover on the highway near Dubois.Fremont County Coroner Mark Stratmoen said the crash resulted in the death of Jacob Levi Bain, 29, a resident of the Crowheart area.Wyoming Highway Patrol


Lander Police Department apprehends two suspects in restaurant burglaries

An employee at restaurant, Thai Chef, reported to LPD that someone had apparently broken in and “all of the money was gone.”


Six runners from Fremont County schools earn Cross Country All-State honors

– The Wyoming Indian Chiefs and Lady Chiefs each placed second in the 2018 Cross Country State Finals in Class 2A, while Lander Valley’s Tiger Boys placed third and the Lady Tigers finished fourth in the Class 3A competition. The top ten finishers in each class received All-State Honors. Six county

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Weekend Weather: Sunshine filled afternoons, Crisp nights

RT@NWSRiverton: Another nice day across the state! This fair weather will continue through the weekend.#wywxpic.twitter.com/xYFvORTTyW— NWS Cheyenne (@NWSCheyenne)October 19, 2018


Draft drought plans could bring big changes

State Engineer Pat Tyrrell opened with an overview of how these drought contingency plans were developed in light of the West’s ongoing 19-year drought. With declining elevations in the Upper Colorado River Basin’s Lake Powell and Lower Basin’s Lake Mead, he said, the “urgency” to deal with drought

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Wyoming Winter Outlook: Warmer than normal, average precipitation

A mild winter may actually be in store for much of the United States, thanks to a dose of El Nino. The weather pattern is expected to produce warmer, and drier conditions throughout the northern United States.


No answer yet for Tonkin site; demolition likely without buyer

If no one is able to purchase Tonkin Activities Center from Fremont County School District 25 in Riverton, it may be torn down, based on a conversation local ...


Fremont County landfills accepting deer species carcasses for free

The Fremont County Solid Waste Disposal District reminds hunters that they are offering free disposal of deer species carcasses (mule deer, white-tail deer, elk, and moose only). Solid waste teamed up with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department in March to begin this one year pilot project aimed at he


Death after truck rollover investigated

Fremont County officials are investigating a death that occurred last week after one-vehicle rollover on the highway near Dubois.Fremont County ...There is more! Read the rest of the story -subscribe today!


29-year-old man killed in one-vehicle crash near Dubois

The truck was traveling westbound and approached a right-hand curve. The vehicle overcorrected after drifting to the right, then rolled, until hitting a power pole.


Hoback Ranches residents clean up charred properties

A few days after the 61,511-acre fire was put out, what was left of a scorched lantern still hung on the chimney that used to be in the center of Phil Smith’s log cabin.After the Roosevelt Fire ripped through Hoback Ranches, a rural subdivision in Bondurant, the chimney was the only part of Smith’s


For Hoback Ranches, post-fire recovery will be long, and funding is uncertain

With snow falling and the Roosevelt Fire contained, residents of Bondurant, specifically Hoback Ranches, are entering the next phase of the disaster: recovery.


PHOTO GALLERY: Hoback Ranches, before and after the Roosevelt Fire

Scenes of Hoback Ranches near Bondurant, before and after the Roosevelt Fire destroyed several homes in the subdivision in September 2018. AGoFundMe pagehas been established to help residents rebuild their homes and infrastructure within the subdivision.


Meet candidates at forums this week

Though temperatures may be cooling off in the valley, election season is just heating up.This week, community organizations are offering an array of opportunities to engage with candidates for local office ahead of the Nov. 6 general election.Voters in Wyoming House District 22 — which includes Alpi


Roosevelt fire closures to end

BONDURANT, Wyo. (KIFI/KIDK) - Forest Service closures on the Roosevelt fire near Bondurant, Wyoming will be lifted at noon Friday. Showers are expected to continue and some snow is possible, so minimal fire behavior is expected.


Bondurant residents frustrated with lack of aid for rebuilding

PINEDALE — Snow forecast to fall on Bondurant this weekend is both a blessing and a curse to residents of Hoback Ranches, a community devastated by the Roosevelt Fire.The snow will help snuff out the last flames. But the moisture also poses a threat to damaged public infrastructure like roads and pe


Photos: The eerie abandoned prison that once housed Wyoming's criminals

The original Wyoming State Penitentiary opened in 1901 with no electricity or running water and a poor heating system. It housed about 13,500 prisoners over the years until it closed in 1981.