The new look Arena Auditorium at the University of Wyoming.

Wyoming Hosts Southern today at 2 p.m. in Dome of Doom

(LARAMIE, Wyo.) – With finals week under its belt and five days of rest, the University of Wyoming men’s basketball team welcomes Southern to the Arena-Auditorium on Saturday at 2 p.m. MT. The Cowboys (9-2) seek their 10th win of the young season against the Jaguars (3-8), who played Wyoming to a single-digit game in Laramie in 2012.
Tickets can be purchased by calling the Wyoming Athletics Ticket Office at 877-WYO-FAN1 (877-996-3261) or online at GoWYO.com. Fans can follow live stats, audio and video of the game through the men’s basketball Gameday Central page on GoWYO.com. The contest will be broadcast on the radio by the Cowboy Sports Network and televised by ROOT Sports. Contact your local cable or satellite provider for further channel information.

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Top Western and Central Wyoming Weather Stories of 2014: Late February snowstorm is #8

(Riverton, Wyo.) – Counting down the top dozen weather stories of 2014 as determined by the National Weather Service Forecast Office at Riverton Regional Airport. Number 8 in the most significant weather events was a snowstorm from February 28 through March 1 that brought almost 3 feet of new snow to some of the higher elevations of the Western mountains.

Rotary Club of Lander President Staci Lancaster presented a Certificate of Appreciation to Riverton Mayor Ron Warpness at the club's meeting on Wednesday for Riverton's donation to the Lander Community and Convention Center. (Photo by Ken Richardson)

Lander Rotary saluted Riverton Mayor Warpness on dontation to new Community Center

(Lander, Wyo.) – The Rotary Club of Lander made a special presentation to the Mayor of Riverton at the club’s regular weekly meeting on Wednesday. Mayor  Ron Warpness was presented with a “Certificate of Appreciation” for the City of Riverton’s generous donation of $2,200 to the Lander Community and Conference Center building fund.

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Top Weather Events of 2014: Number 9-Thunderstorms and flooding in June

(Riverton,Wyo.) – The National Weather Service is counting down the top 12 weather stories of the past year. The number 9 weather event in western and central Wyoming was a slow moving cold front that moved across the area in late June bringing severe thunderstorms with hail and high winds as well as some flooding to portions of central Wyoming. See the video below: