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Eclipse cleanup

Aug 11, 2017 Photo by Steve Peck

City of Riverton workers Chris Scott, foreground, and Dyllan Casper worked Friday on downtown Riverton's center medians, weeding and picking up litter in the big planters. They said they had filled at least half a dozen pickup beds with material from the planters, with several blocks still to go. The city is undertaking a comprehensive cleanup effort in the next 10 days in advance of the big tourist crowd expected for the Aug. 21 solar eclipse.

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City of Riverton workers Chris Scott, foreground, and Dyllan Casper worked Friday on downtown Riverton's center medians, weeding and picking up litter in the big planters. They said they had filled at least half a dozen pickup beds with material from the planters, with several blocks still to go. The city is undertaking a comprehensive cleanup effort in the next 10 days in advance of the big tourist crowd expected for the Aug. 21 solar eclipse.

City of Riverton workers Chris Scott, foreground, and Dyllan Casper worked Friday on downtown Riverton's center medians, weeding and picking up litter in the big planters. They said they had filled at least half a dozen pickup beds with material from the planters, with several blocks still to go. The city is undertaking a comprehensive cleanup effort in the next 10 days in advance of the big tourist crowd expected for the Aug. 21 solar eclipse.


City of Riverton workers Chris Scott, foreground, and Dyllan Casper worked Friday on downtown Riverton's center medians, weeding and picking up litter in the big planters. They said they had filled at least half a dozen pickup beds with material from the planters, with several blocks still to go. The city is undertaking a comprehensive cleanup effort in the next 10 days in advance of the big tourist crowd expected for the Aug. 21 solar eclipse.

City of Riverton workers Chris Scott, foreground, and Dyllan Casper worked Friday on downtown Riverton's center medians, weeding and picking up litter in the big planters. They said they had filled at least half a dozen pickup beds with material from the planters, with several blocks still to go. The city is undertaking a comprehensive cleanup effort in the next 10 days in advance of the big tourist crowd expected for the Aug. 21 solar eclipse.

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