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By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer
Nov 26, 2017

The Northern Arapaho Tribe has asked the Bureau of Indian Affairs to take a Riverton property it owns into trust status. If granted, the designation would be ...

 
By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer
Sep 7, 2017

Fremont County government is looking to turn over full ownership of 17 Mile Road to the Bureau of Indian Affairs, more than 20 years after all parties had ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
May 30, 2017

The federal Bureau of Indian Affairs believes increased incidence of aggravated assault on the Wind River Indian Reservation is tied to a rise in meth use ...


By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer
Nov 29, 2016

When one prisoner was arraigned Monday before the Bureau of Indian Affairs' new court in Fort Washakie, judge Kimberly Craven announced the man was being ...

By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer
Nov 2, 2016

The three new members of the Shoshone Business Council asked tribal court judge John St. Clair to swear them in Monday, signaling a rift in the council's ...

By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer
Oct 21, 2016

Despite the protests of the Northern Arapaho Tribe, the Bureau of Indian Affairs's new court in Fort Washakie has begun arraigning all defendants in the BIA ...


By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer
Oct 18, 2016

Federal district court judge Brian Morris issued an injunction Monday against the Bureau of Indian Affairs, banning the agency from issuing any new contracts ...

By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer
Oct 4, 2016

The Bureau of Indian Affairs had pledged repeatedly last week to depose the Shoshone and Arapaho Tribal Court on Monday, however, the tribal court remains open ...

From staff reports
Jun 2, 2016

Emory Christian stabbed his uncle in the neck on Sept. 6, 2015. A Fort Washakie man was sentenced last month to supervised release for assault ...


From staff and wire reports
Jun 2, 2016

A U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs police officer has pleaded not guilty to federal charges of kidnapping and brandishing a gun during a violent crime that ...

Photo by Steve Peck
May 25, 2016

No one was injured and no structures were damaged in a four-acre grass fire that was reported at about 11:30 a.m. Monday in the 400 block of Rendezvous Road. ...

From staff reports
Mar 2, 2016

CHEYENNE (AP) -- Developments at the Wyoming Legislature on the 17th day of the 2016 budget session: ENERGY-PRODUCING STATES: The House speaker signed ...


From staff reports
Mar 2, 2016

Simone Marie Mandan, 20, of Riverton, has been sentenced by Federal District Court Judge Scott W. Skavdahl for assault resulting in serious bodily injury. ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Feb 23, 2016

The Northern Arapaho Tribe filed a lawsuit Monday claiming that the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Eastern Shoshone Business Council acted unlawfully when ...

Martin Burkett, Riverton
Dec 22, 2015

A partnership to equip Bureau of Indian Affairs law enforcement officers with naloxone for responding to drug overdoses in tribal communities was announced ...


By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Dec 20, 2015

A group committed to finding a solution to the livestock rustling problem in Fremont County hopes for support from the Wyoming Legislature. The group ...

From staff reports
Nov 27, 2015

Colin Dean Amos, 26, of Ethete, has been sentenced to 45 months in prison for assault resulting in serious injury. An affidavit in the case says Amos ...

By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer
Nov 24, 2015

Children were present, investigators say Federal officials are investigating a fatal shooting incident reported Saturday on the Wind River Indian ...


From staff reports
Nov 15, 2015

John Goodman of Ethete was sentenced Tuesday to 45 months in prison for his conviction on assault with a dangerous weapon with intent to cause bodily harm. ...

From staff reports
Nov 12, 2015

Killed at the scene were Leah Addison, 33, and Byron C'Hair, 25. The Fremont County Coroner has released the names of the two people who died in a ...

By Kelli Ameling, Staff Writer
Nov 10, 2015

Two people are dead after a pickup truck rolled on Plunkett Road just outside Lander. The Bureau of Indian Affairs called for assistance from Fremont County ...


From staff reports
Oct 21, 2015

Police have located the 16-year-old girl suspected of robbing a local convenience store at gunpoint early Monday. No one was injured in the incident, which ...

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