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By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer
Sep 17, 2017

A federal judge has approved attorneys in a lawsuit against Encana to move forward with questioning of Jerimiah Rieman, a top official in Gov. Matt Mead's ...

From staff reports
Nov 27, 2016

OnThursday, Dec. 8, the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (WOGCC) will host a public ...

By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer
Jul 28, 2015

Kerry Wallace started to focus more on her music after her children graduated from Wind River High School in Pavillion. A local entertainer will ...


Staff
Jul 19, 2015

Fremont County was a hot spot for rodeo in the summer of 1987. In addition to the familiar Lander Old Timers rodeo on the Fourth of July and the Fremont County ...

By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Jul 19, 2015

Four defendants pleaded not guilty to charges in unrelated cases in Lander District Court on July 9. Aleck Vavas pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to deliver ...

By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Jul 10, 2015

The report's conclusions could have an effect beyond Wyoming, as some of the first worries about hydraulic fracturing in the United States arose because of ...


By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Jun 17, 2015

A man is facing charges in Lander District Court that he threatened a Fremont County Sheriff's Office deputy. He could see up to 12 years in prison if ...

From staff reports
May 8, 2015

Wind River Middle School recently recognized the students who were named to the third-quarter honor roll. Principal's list Sixth grade Colter ...

By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
May 8, 2015

Two investment firms finalized the purchase of the Moneta Divide natural gas development from Encana Oil and Gas (USA) on April 30. Encana's 42 Riverton-based ...


From staff reports
May 6, 2015

A man reported to have discharged a firearm early Sunday outside of Possum Pete's in Pavillion was hospitalized later that morning due to injuries suffered in ...

By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Apr 15, 2015

The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has approved increasing the "setback" distance between oil and gas equipment and occupied structures to 500 ...

By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer
Apr 7, 2015

Officials are investigating a fatal rollover crash Friday west of Pavillion. The incident resulted in the death of Theodore E. Aaberg, 40, of Wilson. Reports ...


By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Apr 5, 2015

Some hunters in the Pavillion area have reported harvesting deer with blue tongues, causing them to be concerned about consuming the animals' meat. Wyoming ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Mar 22, 2015

Sean White has earned first place twice at the state science fair. Wind River Middle School seventh-grader Sean White recently earned first place in ...

By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer
Mar 18, 2015

The Bureau of Indian Affairs has released an interview detailing events that took place immediately before the officer-involved shooting death of Pavillion ...


By Christina George, Staff Writer
Mar 17, 2015

A settlement has been reached in a $30 million lawsuit filed by the family of a Wind River Elementary School student ...

From staff reports
Mar 13, 2015

Wind River Middle School recently recognized the students who were named to the second-quarter honor roll for the 2014-2015 school year. Principal's ...

From staff reports
Feb 22, 2015

Chapter celebrating week with cow hunts, barbecue The Wind River FFA chapter officers are president Darcey Maddock, vice president Robert Buline, ...


From staff reports
Feb 20, 2015

The following students earned awards at the 2015 West-Central Regional Science Fair held Jan. 27 to Jan. 29 at Central Wyoming College. Students were judged ...

From staff reports
Feb 20, 2015

Wind River High School recently recognized the students who were named to the second-quarter honor roll. Principal's list 10th grade Aubrey ...

By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer
Jan 25, 2015

At least one dog was killed Jan. 15 in a structure fire east of Pavillion. No humans were injured in the blaze, which destroyed a garage and dog kennel and ...


By Steven R. Peck
Jan 14, 2015

Why would it back off Pavillion water but not the reservation border dispute? For some time now, Fremont County citizens following the ...

By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Dec 28, 2014

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

By Steven R. Peck
Dec 14, 2014

Perhaps the police cases elsewhere led local authorities to release records on July 19 shooting Whether the Bureau of Indian affairs decision to ...


By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer
Dec 11, 2014

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 ...

By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Dec 9, 2014

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

By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer
Dec 7, 2014

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, ...


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