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Speeding through Shoshoni is not an inconsequential act

I read with interest the letter from William Hjelmstad of Casper that appeared in the April 12 edition regarding his alleged violation of the speed ...

County sets hearings on EMS tax, privatization next week

Public meetings to discuss the sustainability of Fremont County Emergency Medical Services are officially set for Monday and Tuesday.
"I hope there's clear ...

Shoshoni school taking shape; 2016 occupancy on schedule

Roads are built, footings are poured, and athletic fields are prepped for summer grass seeding at the site of the new Shoshoni School.
The kindergarten ...

Shoshoni shouldn't stop 'law-abiding citizens on minor, inconsequential violations'

This month I took my 84-year-old mother to Riverton to visit the casinos. We left more than a hundred dollars in the casinos and restaurants, then ...

Canceled bus route affecting homeless

The Black Hills Stage Line bus service has canceled its route through Fremont County because of a lack of ridership.
According to the company, the Denver to ...

Conviction in beer-bottle killing upheld on appeal to Wyoming high court

The Wyoming Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a Shoshoni man's manslaughter conviction.
Shey Elan Bruce struck his girlfriend's separated husband on the head ...

Gun ban climate would turn U.S. into Britain or Australia

In Randy Tucker's ...

National FFA Week: Shoshoni

Chapter busy working on stage decorations for state convention

The Shoshoni FFA chapter has had a full and eventful summer with an exciting growing ...

Man settles lawsuit against Shoshoni officials over 2012 arrest

A Shoshoni man recently settled his lawsuit with town officials after claiming police tased and arrested him without reason in 2012.
Details of the settlement ...

Bill on city deposits central to problem in Shoshoni, other towns

State law requires depositing municipal funds in a bank, and Shoshoni has no banks.

CHEYENNE --The Wyoming House of Representatives has advanced a ...

Campbell working to clarify driver's license legislation

The 63rd Wyoming Legislature is set to convene Tuesday for its 2015 general session.

Rep. Rita Campbell, R-Shoshoni said she will address several ...

Shoshoni library showcasing world Christmas traditions

Shoshoni Public Library employees invite the community to join them in celebrating their "A Taste of Christmas Around the World" week.
Presentations will ...

Women elected to Shoshoni Town Council want to restore civic pride

Both of the women elected to the Shoshoni Town Council on Nov. 4 spoke about their desire to restore civic pride in the rural community.
Officials results ...

Peters re-elected mayor in Shoshoni; he carried 65 percent in Tuesday voting

Shoshoni Mayor Scott Peters says he wasn't surprised at the outcome of Tuesday's election.
Town voters sent Peters back to the mayor's seat for another ...

Man arrested after break-in; resident 'beat him with a garden hoe'

An Ethete man was arrested Thursday morning reportedly after breaking into a home on Klocke Road south of Shoshoni.
No one was injured in the incident.
A ...

Shoshoni Town Council candidate wants to continue first-term work

Lea Delay sees a lot of promise for the future when she looks at the town of Shoshoni.
"This town can be so much more than what it is," Delay said. "I'm ...

Shoshoni woman running for council as write-in

Kathryn Dewitt wasn't expecting to be a write-in candidate for one of two open spots on the Shoshoni Town Council.
"A couple people said, 'Well you should,'" ...

Marcus wants to continue service on Shoshoni's town council

Shoshoni town councilman Bill Marcus is running for another term. He has been in office for 10 years.
The top two vote-getters in the multi-candidate race ...

Peters wants second term as Shoshoni mayor

Shoshoni Mayor Scott Peters says he is proud of the work he has accomplished during his four-year term in office.
He is asking town voters to elect him again ...

Why teach? Sometimes the answer is obvious

On Tuesday, one of my for Shoshoni High School students takes command of a Virginia-class nuclear submarine.

When people ask young teachers why they ...


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