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Job Corps students vow to make most of the opportunity

Breanna Shakespeare is a 20-year-old from Fort Washakie studying office administration.
Kaitlyn Hart, 20, from Penrose, Colo., is studying carpentry.
Acardo ...

Fire up to 350 acres; roads in area still closed

After a day of strong winds, the Little Bob Lake Fire is now estimated at approximately 350 acres. U.S. Forest Service public information officer Karl Brauneis ...

The athletes plan to cover the route from Riverton to Crow Agency, Mont., in two and a half days by operating in a relay format.

A group called the ...

Whiteman leaving commission seat, effective Wednesday

Fremont County Commission Keja Whiteman is resigning.
In a letter to fellow county board members Tuesday, Whiteman stated that her resignation takes effect ...

The Shoshone Tribal Cultural Center hosted the fifth annual Treaty Day events in the first week of summer 1992. Visitors and participants saw exhibits of ...

The latest exhibit from the Fremont Fiber Arts Guild showcases more than just knitted sweaters.
The guild members have selected more than 60 pieces -- from ...

Achievers

Riverton student on dean's list
Michael Jones of Riverton has been named to the dean's list at Simpson University for the spring 2015 semester.
Jones ...

Entrepreneur hoping to launch tourism business for reservation

Fort Washakie resident John Enos is in the process of obtaining a "step-on" license from the Tribal Employment Rights Office.

Fort Washakie ...

Group helping artists on rez with business goals

Artists from the Wind River Indian Reservation will have the opportunity to settle in a new venue to sell their products with the help of the Wyoming Women's ...

Highway crack repair project set for Tuesday

A $2.3 million highway crack sealing maintenance project is scheduled to continue next week in Lander.
A crew with prime contractor Highway Improvement, Inc., ...

Tribe hosting job fair to hire for expansion

The Eastern Shoshone Tribe is hosting job fairs at two locations Thursday to hire for a major renovation at the tribe's casino.
The first fair is 1 p.m. to 3 ...

Film star, artists to discuss their work in library series

The subject of the documentary "Havana Curveball" will attend a screening of the film at Riverton Branch Library.

The Riverton Branch Library and ...

Riverton cowgirl Elsie Campbell enters the spring high school rodeo season No. 1 in the breakaway competition.
The spring season begins Saturday and Sunday ...

Museum's April events to discuss soldiers, sheep, Scottish heritage

The Fremont County Pioneer Museum kicks off its spring schedule in April with two speakers programs and a Children's Exploration program.
"Buffalo Soldiers at ...

Declining oil prices affect tribal royalties

The Department of the Interior's Office of Natural Resources Revenue will hold a mineral and royalty question and answer session April 9 at the Bureau of ...

Fort Washakie school board recognizes 10 students, staff

The Fremont County School District 21 Board of Trustees is working to recognize students and staff within its district.
During each regular meeting, the Fort ...

Scott Jorgenson never thought he'd be getting a new hand.
The 64-year-old pastor at St. John Lutheran Church in Riverton, Jorgenson was born without most of ...

Tuesday notes

Snowmelt
It's hard to believe that less than a week ago we were worrying about snow removal in the streets of both Riverton and Lander, to say nothing ...

Maker Space

Fort Washakie students learn how to use 3-D printers in high-tech lab

Seventh-graders from Fort Washakie Middle School make a weekly trip to Maker ...

UW Extension hosting pasture workshop

University of Wyoming Extension is presenting "Cows, horses, grass ... how to make the best of what you've got" on Friday at the Frank B. Wise Business Plaza in ...

 
 

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