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Tribe wants building in 'trust' status

Nov 26, 2017 By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer

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 ...


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A distinctive feature of property on Main Street in Riverton now owned by the Northern Arapaho Tribe and proposed for removal from Fremont County's property tax rolls is this distinctive mural on a retaining wall just west of the main structure. The mural was created by Riverton High School students more than a decade ago. 	Photos by Steve Peck

A distinctive feature of property on Main Street in Riverton now owned by the Northern Arapaho Tribe and proposed for removal from Fremont County's property tax rolls is this distinctive mural on a retaining wall just west of the main structure. The mural was created by Riverton High School students more than a decade ago. Photos by Steve Peck


A distinctive feature of property on Main Street in Riverton now owned by the Northern Arapaho Tribe and proposed for removal from Fremont County's property tax rolls is this distinctive mural on a retaining wall just west of the main structure. The mural was created by Riverton High School students more than a decade ago. 	Photos by Steve Peck

A distinctive feature of property on Main Street in Riverton now owned by the Northern Arapaho Tribe and proposed for removal from Fremont County's property tax rolls is this distinctive mural on a retaining wall just west of the main structure. The mural was created by Riverton High School students more than a decade ago. Photos by Steve Peck

The building at 230 W. Main was the longtime home of the Riverton Valley Electric Association and, later, High Plains Power. It has been owned by the tribe since 2014.

The building at 230 W. Main was the longtime home of the Riverton Valley Electric Association and, later, High Plains Power. It has been owned by the tribe since 2014.


The building at 230 W. Main was the longtime home of the Riverton Valley Electric Association and, later, High Plains Power. It has been owned by the tribe since 2014.

The building at 230 W. Main was the longtime home of the Riverton Valley Electric Association and, later, High Plains Power. It has been owned by the tribe since 2014.

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