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Documents don't show why EPA abandoned Pavillion water study

The Environmental Protection Agency never has fully explained why, after five years, it turned its investigation of groundwater near Pavillion over to Wyoming. ...

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Perhaps the police cases elsewhere led local authorities to release records on July 19 shooting

Whether the Bureau of Indian affairs decision to ...

BIA releases documents in officer-involved shooting death

The Bureau of Indian Affairs has released police reports detailing the officer-involved shooting that resulted in the death of Justin Philip Steele, 26, of ...

EPA asked state to assume Pavillion probe

The federal agency's initial 2011 report was the first time a government study connected fracking to contaminated groundwater.

Documents and ...

Man shot by police had gun

The Bureau of Indian Affairs has released reports regarding the officer-involved shooting that resulted in the death of Justin Philip Steele, 26, of Pavillion, ...

Few conclusions from Pavillion water report; more study suggested

Few firm answers are contained in a new report released this week examining potential sources of groundwater contamination near Pavillion.
Looking at oil and ...

Prize winners in student nature photography contest on display

Winning artwork from the Nature Conservancy of Wyoming's sixth annual "I Believe in Conservation" high school photography contest will be on display through ...

Military personnel who served post 9/11 now have a place to go for psychological services.
The Soldiers House of Fremont County in Riverton will be unveiled ...

Frazier the winner in Pavillion mayor run

Voters elected a new mayor in Pavillion on Nov. 4 and returned one incumbent and one former councilman to the Pavillion Town Council.
Official results show ...

Two spots open on Pavillion Town Council

Three men are vying for two seats on the Pavillion Town Council in the general election Tuesday.
Bud Kisling finished first in the primary with 47 votes, ...

Frazier touting his people skills

Business owner Tex Frazier is challenging incumbent Gary Hamlin in the Pavillion mayoral election.
"I just think the community is ready for a change, and I ...

Hamlin seeks second term

Gary Hamlin is running to be re-elected mayor of Pavillion. He has served seven years in the post after first being appointed in 2007 and winning an election ...

No charges to be filed in police shooting

No federal charges will be filed against the Bureau of Indian Affairs officer involved in the July 29 shooting death of Justin Steele, 26, of Pavillion.
After ...

Wind River senior earns National Merit honor

Wind River High School senior Robert Buline has been named a Commended Student in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program.
A letter of commendation from ...

Information on police shooting will not be shared

The Ranger received notice Wednesday that the Bureau of Indian Affairs will withhold documents requested through the Freedom of Information Act regarding an ...

Man killed in police shooting was drunk

'Homicide' ruling doesn't imply guilt

The Fremont County Coroner's Office has released autopsy results for Justin Steele, 26, of Pavillion, who died ...

Tuesday notes

Bracing ourselves
Summer still has about two weeks left, officially. This year's first day of autumn is Sept 22.
But it's going to stop feeling ...

Winnie the Pooh was right: Bears love honey. But in real life those animals do not show their affection as charmingly as cartoons would have us believe.
A ...

When he ran for governor four years ago, Matt Mead put 100,000 miles on a new SUV, and 40,000 on another.
He won't match that in his re-election bid, but ...

Wind River High School names students on honor roll

Wind River High School recently recognized the students who were named to the fourth-quarter honor roll for the 2013-2014 school year.

Principal's ...

 
 

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