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Golden arches moving to South Federal spot

Apr 19, 2012 By Joshua Scheer, Staff Writer

In 1999, Bob Luck purchased the Riverton McDonald's knowing that one day he would either relocate or rebuild the fast food establishment.

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Riverton McDonald's owner Bob Luck, far right, with wife Tammy and son David, were joined by well-wishers at the groundbreaking of the new McDonald's on North Federal Boulevard. From left, real estate agent Curt Galitz, Central Wyoming College athletic director Serol Stauffenberg,  McDonald's Riverton store manager Alicia McKee, McDonald's area supervisor Jim Matthews, and Scott Keele of Kelo Construction. Rear, Riverton Mayor Ron Warpness, city community services director Sandy Luers and Jess Hinkle. Also on hand but obscured from this angle were Dane Graham of the CWC Foundation and Burl Gies of the Riverton job service center. Photo by Wayne Nicholls

Riverton McDonald's owner Bob Luck, far right, with wife Tammy and son David, were joined by well-wishers at the groundbreaking of the new McDonald's on North Federal Boulevard. From left, real estate agent Curt Galitz, Central Wyoming College athletic director Serol Stauffenberg, McDonald's Riverton store manager Alicia McKee, McDonald's area supervisor Jim Matthews, and Scott Keele of Kelo Construction. Rear, Riverton Mayor Ron Warpness, city community services director Sandy Luers and Jess Hinkle. Also on hand but obscured from this angle were Dane Graham of the CWC Foundation and Burl Gies of the Riverton job service center. Photo by Wayne Nicholls


Riverton McDonald's owner Bob Luck, far right, with wife Tammy and son David, were joined by well-wishers at the groundbreaking of the new McDonald's on North Federal Boulevard. From left, real estate agent Curt Galitz, Central Wyoming College athletic director Serol Stauffenberg,  McDonald's Riverton store manager Alicia McKee, McDonald's area supervisor Jim Matthews, and Scott Keele of Kelo Construction. Rear, Riverton Mayor Ron Warpness, city community services director Sandy Luers and Jess Hinkle. Also on hand but obscured from this angle were Dane Graham of the CWC Foundation and Burl Gies of the Riverton job service center. Photo by Wayne Nicholls

Riverton McDonald's owner Bob Luck, far right, with wife Tammy and son David, were joined by well-wishers at the groundbreaking of the new McDonald's on North Federal Boulevard. From left, real estate agent Curt Galitz, Central Wyoming College athletic director Serol Stauffenberg, McDonald's Riverton store manager Alicia McKee, McDonald's area supervisor Jim Matthews, and Scott Keele of Kelo Construction. Rear, Riverton Mayor Ron Warpness, city community services director Sandy Luers and Jess Hinkle. Also on hand but obscured from this angle were Dane Graham of the CWC Foundation and Burl Gies of the Riverton job service center. Photo by Wayne Nicholls

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