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TheU.S. Department of Justice hosted the gathering at Central Wyoming College.

A diverse group of community members came together Nov. 19 at the ...

UPDATED - Murder suspect turned himself in

Updated: 5:28 p.m. Central Wyoming College Campus security officer Chuck Carr reports, "The suspect from the homicide yesterday on the reservation has turned ...

DENVER -- A panel of federal judges in Denver heard arguments Tuesday over whether the Wyoming city of Riverton and surrounding lands remain legally Indian ...

Tuesday notes

So far, so good
November is holding up its end of the bargain so far, that is, staving off early winter. Dedicated followers of our daily weather ...

Border dispute arguments hit court Tuesday

It's first courtroom salvo in whether Riverton remains part of reservation

The dispute pitting Wyoming state government against the two Wind River ...

The Wyoming Public Broadcasting Service has launched the Wind River Education Modules, which will be available to all K-12 schools in the state.
According to ...

The public had a chance this summer to learn about environmental projects that nine agencies are conducting on the Wind River Indian Reservation.
About 100 ...

Construction of the five-lane highway and widening of the Little Wind bridge carries an Oct. 31 contract deadline.

Evening asphalt paving activities ...

Community dialogues set in response to fatal Center of Hope shooting

A fatal shooting in July at the Center of Hope in Riverton raised concerns about violence motivated by race in Fremont County.
Soon after the incident, the ...

East end of 17 Mile Road now reservation roadway

The first 11.57 miles of 17 Mile Road (Wyoming Highway 137) is officially under the jurisdiction of the Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone tribes on the ...

Asphalt paving activities will continue next week south of Riverton on Wyoming Highway 789, and officials are expecting delays of up to 20 minutes.
Drivers ...

Higher enrollment at reservation schools; Wyoming Indian the biggest at 653 pupils

Enrollment at the Wind River Indian Reservation's school districts generally is up for the new school year. Classes began in late August. Officials note that ...

Tribe calls on feds to drop eagle appeal

The Northern Arapaho Tribe is calling on the federal government to drop a legal appeal that's blocking the tribe from killing bald eagles for religious ...

The "opening" of the Wind River Indian Reservation to white settlement in 1906 was so tantalizing that a former Wyoming governor moved to Fremont ...

Montana Conservation Corps tackles local jobs

The two 12-person MCC crews were made up of high school and college students from the Wind River Indian Reservation.

Projects in Fremont County that ...

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 ...

Experts to drill at contaminated former uranium mill site

Scientists are worried the contamination is not dissipating as fast as they expected.

Contamination levels at the site of a former uranium mill ...

A wildfire west of Crowheart in the Dry Creek drainage was discovered over the weekend and had grown to about 140 acres by Wednesday.
A hiker first reported ...

Boundary suit briefs complete; arguments months off

Lawyers have finished filing mountainous briefs in a case pitting the federal government and two Indian tribes against the state of Wyoming and local ...

Rocky Mountain Hall echoed Saturday with the sounds of squeaking sneakers and bouncing balls as the Wind River Bison, the newest entry in the American ...

 
 

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