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Man with gun rammed RPD squad car

A Pavillion man was arrested on multiple charges early Saturday after a reported attempt to run over a police vehicle with his truck.
Justin Whitt, 24, of ...

Students grateful to receive UW Trustees' Scholars Award

Eight students from Fremont County have been awarded the University of Wyoming Trustees' Scholars Award.
The scholarship is renewable for up to four academic ...

Three American Indian students from Fremont County School District 6 were invited to speak in front of the Wyoming State Board of Education in January.
Wind ...

Achievers

Flanagan named to dean's list
Western Wyoming Community College in Rock Springs has announced that Jace Flanagan, of Riverton, was named to the dean's ...

Eighth-graders led push to put cameras on school buses

Kids 'wanted to make a change'

Pavillion students were instrumental in getting legislation passed this year to improve safety on school buses in ...

Stoll named to college honor roll

Teal Stoll of Pavillion has been named to the full-time president's honor roll at Gillette College for the fall 2013 semester.
For students to earn a place on ...

The U.S. senator visited the Pavillion high school during a whirlwind tour of Wyoming.

U.S. Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., visited Wind River High ...

Area riders earn national Pony Club certification

Joan Hough, of Riverton, and Larissa Webb, of Pavillion, have completed their "D1 level" testing with the Wind River Pony Club in Riverton.
Joan Hough, 11, is ...

The girls basketball team at Wind River High School in Pavillion has spent the past week doing service to the Fremont County community as part of an annual ...

Cetrone, Evans to wed Sept. 13

Steve and Jodi Dillree, of Kemmerer, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Shannon Cetrone, to Jess Evans, the son of Mike and Beth Evans, ...

Question to a reckless driver

Editor:
This is an open invitation to the driver of the white Ford pickup that was heading east on Highway 26 before turning left on Airport Road at around 7 ...

Gov. Matt Mead has committed another $400,000 to provide water for Pavillion-area landowners affected by bad groundwater and receiving a cistern from a state ...

Legal landowners 'thrown under the bus' by EPA ruling

Editor:
What follows is from a letter to the Fremont County Sherif's department:
"I respectfully request an increased number of patrols and wellness checks ...

EPA ruling throws legal landowners 'under the bus'

Editor:
The following is from a letter I wrote to the Fremont County Sherif's Department:
"I respectfully request an increased number of patrols and wellness ...

Wind River High School students are 'Battle of the Belts' champions

A Fremont County rivalry was renewed in November, and students from Wind River High School edged students from Shoshoni High School in the first Battle of the ...

Money may be short for Pavillion cistern plan

Construction has begun in a program to provide safe drinking water to Pavillion-area residents affected by groundwater contaminated some say is tied to ...

Pavillion water probe falls behind schedule

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality was to finish its report on contaminated wells by Sept. 30, 2014, but that appears unlikely.

All ...

Pavillion working group meeting set

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality and the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission will host a Pavillion working group meeting Tuesday in ...

Wind River students named to honor roll

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

Principal's ...

Pavillion student earns scholarship

Tierra Lee Price, of Pavillion, has been selected to receive the United States Achievement Academy Scholarship after being nominated by Rosanne Riley.
Price ...

 
 

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