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Program director eyes Major property for new day reporting center site

Sep 4, 2013 By Eric Blom, Staff Writer

A program that gives youths in trouble with the law an alternative to incarceration and expulsion is developing a new site for its day reporting center. ...


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Fremont County Youth Services director Chuck Kratz, left, toured a former farmhouse near the intersection of Gasser Road and Major Avenue on Tuesday in Riverton with alternative youth services director Melinda Cox, commissioner Doug Thompson and Fremont County building maintenance chief J.R. Oakley. Photo by Wayne Nicholls

Fremont County Youth Services director Chuck Kratz, left, toured a former farmhouse near the intersection of Gasser Road and Major Avenue on Tuesday in Riverton with alternative youth services director Melinda Cox, commissioner Doug Thompson and Fremont County building maintenance chief J.R. Oakley. Photo by Wayne Nicholls


Fremont County Youth Services director Chuck Kratz, left, toured a former farmhouse near the intersection of Gasser Road and Major Avenue on Tuesday in Riverton with alternative youth services director Melinda Cox, commissioner Doug Thompson and Fremont County building maintenance chief J.R. Oakley. Photo by Wayne Nicholls

Fremont County Youth Services director Chuck Kratz, left, toured a former farmhouse near the intersection of Gasser Road and Major Avenue on Tuesday in Riverton with alternative youth services director Melinda Cox, commissioner Doug Thompson and Fremont County building maintenance chief J.R. Oakley. Photo by Wayne Nicholls

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