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By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Nov 19, 2017

Feedback from the community on the city's snow removal process continues to flow in as city staffers prepare to implement a revised procedure this winter. ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Nov 19, 2017

Despite the closing of Safeway and Kmart, other local businesses are making strides toward economic development in Riverton. Kevin Kershisnik made that point ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Nov 17, 2017

Santa Claus will be in town this weekend taking pictures with pets, children and adults at the Paws for Life Pictures with Santa Claus event 2-4 p.m. Saturday ...


By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Nov 17, 2017

Motivated shoppers could get all of their Christmas shopping done this weekend with the help of a long list of arts and crafts events happening in Riverton. ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Nov 16, 2017

The Riverton City Council gave third and final approval Tuesday to a new mixed-use, planned unit development ordinance that allows commercial, industrial and ...

 
By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Nov 3, 2017

Four Fremont County residents have earned their commercial driver's licenses thanks to the collaborative efforts of three programs on the Wind River Indian ...


By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 29, 2017

By Alejandra Silva Staff Writer Riverton citizens are invited to meet the incoming city administrator, Anthony Tolstedtfrom 4-7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 30,at ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 22, 2017

The City of Riverton has agreed to continue to financially help Eagles Hope Transition, a homeless shelter with a non-profit status that provides housing for ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 20, 2017

Sheridan College freshman and recent St. Stephen's Indian High School graduate Whisper SunRhodes now finds herself frightened in the middle of the night when ...


By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 19, 2017

The Riverton City Council gave initial approved Tuesday to one of the first pieces of a larger, long-term master plan for the development of about 300 acres of ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 19, 2017

Attendees at an event last week at the Wind River Hotel and Casino shared their concerns about the underserved population of local elders and the lack of ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 18, 2017

A disagreement over zoning ordinances has resulted in the resignation of Riverton's planning commission chair. The dispute began when the city redefined its ...


By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 13, 2017

The city of Riverton didn't make nearly enough money on this summer's solar eclipse considering municipal expenses during the mid-August event. In a report to ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 13, 2017

Riverton's public works department will revise its current snow removal policy after receiving direction Tuesday evening from the city council. The department ...

 
By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 12, 2017

The 12th annual PAWS and Pearls fundraiser for the the animal shelter in Riverton in September didn't bring in the revenue organizers had hoped for this year. ...


By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 10, 2017

This week is all about fire safety and prevention lessons for the Riverton Volunteer Fire Department. Local firefighters and their fire trucks will be ...

 
By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 8, 2017

Thousands of uranium and coal mine workers were exposed to radiation between 1942 and 1971 when they were employed in Department of Energy facilities ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 8, 2017

A Fremont County student is believed to have been a target of racial intimidation last week at Sheridan College. College president Paul Young confirmed this ...


By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 5, 2017

Sheep Camp Quilt Supply, north of Riverton, is celebrating its 10-year anniversary with a party on Oct. 28 beginning at 9 a.m. Ten years ago, Riverton didn't ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 5, 2017

July, August and September were busy months for the Central Wyoming College R Recreation program. Program director Mary Axthelm gave a quarterly report to ...

 
By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 4, 2017

Revenue from Fremont County's optional 1 percent sales tax continues to fund small and major street projects in Riverton. Dave's Asphalt is leading major ...

 

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 3, 2017

The goal for the Fort Washakie school district when it comes to student assessments is simple: steady improvement. Fremont County School District 21 did ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 1, 2017

The Fort Washakie School community library reopened with regular hours recently. The public is encouraged to visit the library which was incorporated in the ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 1, 2017

The City of Riverton went through 420 gallons of malathion to control the mosquito population this summer. The chemical is used every year as the city's ...


By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Sep 24, 2017

Students from the Wind River Indian Reservation made new friendships recently with students from a private middle school in Jackson. Educators hope the new ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Sep 22, 2017

The City of Riverton said goodbye to two long-time employees this month: community development director Sandy Luers and sanitation operator Jim Watterson. ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Sep 21, 2017

The Wyoming Schools Facilities Commission toured the new Fort Washakie School before holding a bi-monthly work session and business meeting Sept. 14 in ...

 

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