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Career counselor excited to have 'perfect job' at Wind River Job Corps

Stacy Sewell isn't new to Fremont County.
She is now the Wind River Job Corps career preparation supervisor and instructor, but Sewell also worked with youth ...

If the ultimate goal of Wind River Job Corps Center is to get jobs for its graduates, Gary Collins has a crucial role in the organization.
As ...

Riverton High School theater students received a torrent of praise for their main stage performance during the International Thespian Festival this summer in ...

Wyoming State Veterinary Laboratory director issues warning about disease

Wyoming State Veterinary Laboratory experts are cautioning residents to monitor not only their pets and livestock for disease this summer, but also ...

Teens OK after a 'concerning' incident, search

Two teenagers were found safe after being the subject of a search-and-rescue mission Thursday morning.
Fremont County Search and Rescue volunteers responded ...

'Typical' CWC student a late-20s woman who leaves without a degree

New statistical profile paints the picture

Who is the typical Central Wyoming College student?
She is a white woman from Fremont County. She is in ...

Youth invited to participate in 2016 Wyoming State Spelling Bee

As a new school year begins, hosts of the 2016 Wyoming State Spelling Bee want students to consider entering the annual contest.
"Winning the Wyoming State ...

Job Corps students vow to make most of the opportunity

Breanna Shakespeare is a 20-year-old from Fort Washakie studying office administration.
Kaitlyn Hart, 20, from Penrose, Colo., is studying carpentry.
Acardo ...

A decade ago, local engineer Howard Johnson received a phone call from Sandy Barton at the Fremont County Board of Cooperative Education Services.
"Sandy had ...

"A Rambling Stretch," a concert of contemporary jazz music inspired by the beauty of the Cowboy State by composer and Riverton native Tyler Gilmore, will visit ...

Workers to spray trees in forest campgrounds

Spraying operations may start on or after Sept. 8 and should conclude before Oct. 1.

Several Shoshone National Forest campgrounds will be closed for ...

Interviews for Riverton council vacancy Tuesday; Ward 1 seat likely to be filled this week

Riverton Mayor Lars Baker and the Riverton City Council are reviewing letters from three candidates interested in filling the Ward 1 council vacancy left by ...

Tour featuring drunk driving simulator to stop in county

Safe Communities Wyoming and the Wyoming Governor's Council on Impaired Driving are sponsoring a drunk and distracted driving simulator and education program ...

After the first two buildings on the Central Wyoming College were completed in 1968, it took five more years for another round of construction to arrive. In ...

Second Elders Picnic set for Friday

Watching community members gather to visit, laugh and enjoy each other's company at last year's Elders Picnic gave Lee Spoonhunter a good feeling.
"It gives ...

Wyoming may have been the last state in the union to be awarded a Job Corps, but it will be the first to specialize in training students in the energy ...

Riverton school board commends NWBOCES

The organization assists "emotionally disturbed" youth in grades K-8.

Northwest Wyoming Board of Cooperative Educational Services presented good ...

The commemorative tile project at the Fremont County Pioneer Museum is complete.
The final 53 tiles were installed in the west stairwell under the Red Canyon ...

People from out of state made Riverton their new home when they accepted employment at the Wind River Job Corps.
As of Aug. 24, the job training facility has ...

When the Wind River Job Corps Center reaches its workforce capacity, it will employ more than 100 people, most of whom will be area residents.
"I would say 95 ...

 
 

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