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Feb 9, 2012 Staff

Fremont County District 25 school board members, superintendent Terry Snyder and

Riverton High School custodians stood within the footprint of the school's old boilers,

which have been replaced with high-efficiency units, during a tour of facilities

improvements Tuesday.

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Fremont County District 25 school board members, superintendent Terry Snyder and Riverton High School custodians stood within the footprint of the school's old boilers, which have been replaced with high-efficiency units, during a tour of facilities improvements Tuesday.  Photo by Wayne Nicholls

Fremont County District 25 school board members, superintendent Terry Snyder and Riverton High School custodians stood within the footprint of the school's old boilers, which have been replaced with high-efficiency units, during a tour of facilities improvements Tuesday. Photo by Wayne Nicholls


Fremont County District 25 school board members, superintendent Terry Snyder and Riverton High School custodians stood within the footprint of the school's old boilers, which have been replaced with high-efficiency units, during a tour of facilities improvements Tuesday.  Photo by Wayne Nicholls

Fremont County District 25 school board members, superintendent Terry Snyder and Riverton High School custodians stood within the footprint of the school's old boilers, which have been replaced with high-efficiency units, during a tour of facilities improvements Tuesday. Photo by Wayne Nicholls

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