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Nov 15, 2017 Photos by Claire Peart

Jenni Wildcat was administerd the oath of office by School District 25 board attorney Joel Vincent before Tuesday night's meeting. She was appointed to fill a ...


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Jenni Wildcat, above left, was administered the oath of office by School District 25 board attorney Joel Vincent before Tuesday night's meeting. She was appointed to fill a seat vacated by the resignation of Sandra Barton.

Jenni Wildcat, above left, was administered the oath of office by School District 25 board attorney Joel Vincent before Tuesday night's meeting. She was appointed to fill a seat vacated by the resignation of Sandra Barton.


Jenni Wildcat, above left, was administered the oath of office by School District 25 board attorney Joel Vincent before Tuesday night's meeting. She was appointed to fill a seat vacated by the resignation of Sandra Barton.

Jenni Wildcat, above left, was administered the oath of office by School District 25 board attorney Joel Vincent before Tuesday night's meeting. She was appointed to fill a seat vacated by the resignation of Sandra Barton.

District 25 superintendent Terry Snyder with Quirinita Sisneros, Elizabeth Person and Jaren Draper. The girls were  recognized for good sportsmanship for cheering on an opponent during a swim meet at the Riverton Aquatic Center, while Draper received similar recognition for his conduct during Riverton's football game last month in Torrington.

District 25 superintendent Terry Snyder with Quirinita Sisneros, Elizabeth Person and Jaren Draper. The girls were recognized for good sportsmanship for cheering on an opponent during a swim meet at the Riverton Aquatic Center, while Draper received similar recognition for his conduct during Riverton's football game last month in Torrington.


District 25 superintendent Terry Snyder with Quirinita Sisneros, Elizabeth Person and Jaren Draper. The girls were  recognized for good sportsmanship for cheering on an opponent during a swim meet at the Riverton Aquatic Center, while Draper received similar recognition for his conduct during Riverton's football game last month in Torrington.

District 25 superintendent Terry Snyder with Quirinita Sisneros, Elizabeth Person and Jaren Draper. The girls were recognized for good sportsmanship for cheering on an opponent during a swim meet at the Riverton Aquatic Center, while Draper received similar recognition for his conduct during Riverton's football game last month in Torrington.

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