Lander’s SageWest Hospital said it should not be responsible for the medical bills of a Fort Washakie woman who died after her eye was gouged out by a fellow patient.
The proposed addition of an iron climbing path to Sinks Canyon in Lander has got much of the city’s residents divided.
Lander resident Claudia Pearson passed away in November and gave a substantial part of her retirement fund to the private animal rescue operation, specifically to help animals in need of medical care.
The family of a 72-year-old Lander woman whose eye was gouged out by a fellow Lander hospital patient Thanksgiving morning is now suing said hospital for failing to protect the woman from her attacker.
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A Lander outdoor equipment company has been named as the official optics provider for the U.S. archery team while they compete in the Tokyo Olympics.
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The new Western Wyoming Medical Ambulatory Surgery Center will open Tuesday in Lander.
Like many cities and towns across Wyoming, Lander residents are choosing up sides when it comes to zoning changes proposed for their communities.
Some 225 Lander citizens jammed the town’s community center to comment on a proposal to change zoning in the community to allow for more short-term rentals.
Officials at Lander Labs said the company could test up to 900 samples a day with a turnaround of 24 hours or less.
“I saw four family members, all unconscious and on ventilators,” he wrote. “The youngest of them was 28 and had no underlying health conditions. It was day 10 for them living on machines.”
Fremont County Health Officer Dr. Brian Gee said there are more than 400 people in the county who have been ordered to self-quarantine.
The standing room only crowd at the Lander Fieldhouse saw some powerful symbolism of the effort to deal with murdered and missing Indian girls in Indian Country.
In a state where the cowboy culture of horses is almost a religion, it was fitting that two of the largest horses in the world were created here.
Folks who live on the east side of the Wind River Mountains have a tradition of getting “looped,” as often as possible. This is my term for driving the spectacular Loop Road.
It’s not widely known that Lander once was once such a leading producer of apples that it earned the nickname of Wyoming’s “Apple City.”
In the next few weeks, thousands of children in Wyoming will be marching off to school. Especially for those parents of kindergartners, it is a poignant time. It sure was for me back in 1976 when our daughter Amber marched off to her first day of school.
A plethora of art forms, from music to poetry and theater, will be on display in Lander this weekend when the Lander Art Center hosts its annual Riverfest Art and Music Festival.