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A “retired” anthropologist and archaeologist still digs the career he didn’t really relinquish following his official retirement, and he is finding a slew of artifacts in the hills.

Larry Todd, 60, from Meeteetse, didn’t head to Florida, but instead to the mountains of northwestern Wyoming, where he examines archeological clues left behind hundreds and thousands of years ago by Wyoming’s first documented occupants.

September 02, 2014 7:21 am

‘Longmire’ shot out of saddle by network

Written by Tom Lawrence

Fans of series about Wyoming sheriff think show’s cancellation is a crime  

You could hear the howls of protest and anger across the Internet: “Longmire” has been canceled.

What will become of the land where the old pool/auditorium once stood?

It depends on who’s the highest bidder.

The property on North Evarts Street will be put up for auction at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9.

People have left state but are being monitored; drug involvement suspected 

Police are probing a couple people of interest in the murder of a part-time Clark resident whose mutilated body was found in Badger Basin earlier this year.

Park County Sheriff Scott Steward said this week that investigators have identified a couple “strong persons of interest” in connection with the January murder of 30-year-old Juan Antonio Guerra-Torres.

Raymond Uno returned to Heart Mountain last week.

Uno, 83, first arrived in the windswept high plains of northwest Wyoming in 1942 as a prisoner, held in an armed camp because he was of Japanese ancestry.

It’s a nice community stroll designed to shed light on a painful problem.

The second annual Out of the Darkness Suicide Awareness Walk will be held Saturday, Sept. 6, in Cody.

August 26, 2014 7:42 am

High-speed pursuit ends with arrest

Written by CJ Baker

Lovell man alleged to have stolen two vehicles, fired multiple shots  

Powell police suspect a Lovell man committed a spree of crimes that included stealing two vehicles, firing shots into three others and leading officers on a high-speed chase early Sunday morning.

Israel Silva, 25, remained jailed and was awaiting formal charges Monday.