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You gotta be kidding! What is in the forecast for this weekend? Say it ain’t so…

(Riverton, Wyo.) – Snow is possible in the Western and Central Wyoming mountains, according to a forecast from the National Weather Service office in Riverton. Yes, snow. A cold front is expected to move through the area Saturday with a chance of rain turning to snow at the higher elevations. See the graphic above.

The suspect vehicle from the Aug. 19 high speed chase. Wyoming Highway Patrol photo.

RPD reveals origins of yesterday’s 163-mile chase; Multiple charges pending locally

(Riverton, Wyo.) – The 163 mile-long vehicle chase that started in Riverton Tuesday afternoon and ended near Elk Mountain several hours later began as a suspicious vehicle call from Apache Avenue in the All Nations Mobile Home Park. Police Captain Eric Murphy said a caller reported a dark gray Dodge Charger with Maryland license plates was possible involved in a drug deal there. When the license plate check came back as a stolen vehicle, officers began heading in that direction.

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Curious how your precinct voted in a specific race? Look no further

(Fremont County, Wyo.) – It’s always an interesting experiment to see how your own specific voting precinct voted in individual races. Satisfy that data need by clicking here. At the link, you’ll find a break down of each race and how various precincts voted. Enjoy the data provided by the Fremont County Clerk’s Office.

Participating in the "Drive Hammered, Get Slammered!" photo shoot signifying Fremont County's unified drunk-driving enforcement efforts are, from left, Lander Police Chief Jim Carey, Riverton Police Department Officer Anthony Armstrong, Fremont County Deputy Sheriff Arnie Zertuche, and Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper Robert Henry.

Fremont County law enforcement looking for drunk drivers

(Fremont County, Wyo.) – Members of the Lander Police Department, Riverton Police Department, Fremont County Sheriff’s Office, Wyoming Highway Patrol, and Bureau of Indian Affairs are participating in enhanced August Crackdown “Drive Hammered, Get Slammered!” enforcement efforts aimed at discouraging drunk driving in Fremont County and across the state.

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Learn how $4 spent today can save you hundreds this winter.

(Riverton, Wyo) - Did you know that you can save about 10% on your monthly heating bills simply by sealing off cracks and holes around the doors and windows of your home? You can find these money-sucking cracks by holding a lit candle or incense near your windows and doors on a windy day. Watch where the smoke disappears to.