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From staff reports
Nov 3, 2019

R39;Historical recordings long set aside and unknown to the public have been digitized and are now available at Fort Washakie School/Community Library. ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 3, 2017

The goal for the Fort Washakie school district when it comes to student assessments is simple: steady improvement. Fremont County School District 21 did ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 1, 2017

The Fort Washakie School community library reopened with regular hours recently. The public is encouraged to visit the library which was incorporated in the ...


Hyle Miller, Fort Washakie
Mar 15, 2017

Editor: A community served by a volunteer fire department determines the level of fire protection through its support of the department and its members. ...

From staff reports
Mar 8, 2017

By Daniel Bendtsen Staff Writer The FBI announced a $10,000 reward Tuesday for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of whoever is ...

By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer
Nov 29, 2016

When one prisoner was arraigned Monday before the Bureau of Indian Affairs' new court in Fort Washakie, judge Kimberly Craven announced the man was being ...


Rod Kell, Fort Washakie
Jan 8, 2016

Editor: A refugee is by definition a person that was forced to leave their home country. Which means under normal circumstances,that person would want to ...

By Christina George, Staff Writer
Nov 25, 2015

The man charged with killing his wife in front of the couple's eight childrenSaturdayon the Wind River Indian Reservation was upset over an argument about ...

From staff reports
Nov 1, 2015

A Fort Washakie High School Wyoming history class recently toured the National Bighorn Sheep Center and Dubois Museum, whose staff members also took the ...


From staff reports
Nov 1, 2015

The award showcases commitment to enhancing knowledge and conservation of biological diversity in Wyoming. A Fort Washakie man has been honored with ...

By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer
Sep 30, 2015

Nearly 80 local firefighters responded Saturday afternoon to reports of a grass fire near U.S. Highway 287 north of Fort Washakie. No one was injured in the ...

By Andrea Novotny, Staff Writer
Sep 20, 2015

Cent$ible Nutrition hosts free cooking classes from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. every Wednesday in the Central Wyoming College classroom kitchen at the Frank B. Wise ...


By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Sep 6, 2015

The CNC router is capable of making furniture and models for building houses. The Maker Space 307 lab in Fort Washakie is closer to getting a CNC ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Sep 4, 2015

This year's Moccasin Lake Challenge run is set to take place Saturday in Fort Washakie. Runners and walkers should meet at Rocky Mountain Hall beginning at 6 ...

From staff reports
Sep 1, 2015

A Fort Washakie man died Saturday in a single-vehicle crash north of Lander. Sonny J. Duran, 26, of Fort Washakie, suffered fatal injuries at the scene of the ...


By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Aug 30, 2015

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

From staff reports
Aug 23, 2015

After a day of strong winds, the Little Bob Lake Fire is now estimated at approximately 350 acres. U.S. Forest Service public information officer Karl Brauneis ...

By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Aug 12, 2015

The athletes plan to cover the route from Riverton to Crow Agency, Mont., in two and a half days by operating in a relay format. A group called the ...


By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Aug 4, 2015

Fremont County Commission Keja Whiteman is resigning. In a letter to fellow county board members Tuesday, Whiteman stated that her resignation takes effect ...

Staff
Jun 21, 2015

The Shoshone Tribal Cultural Center hosted the fifth annual Treaty Day events in the first week of summer 1992. Visitors and participants saw exhibits of ...

From staff reports
Jun 14, 2015

The latest exhibit from the Fremont Fiber Arts Guild showcases more than just knitted sweaters. The guild members have selected more than 60 pieces -- from ...


From staff reports
May 22, 2015

Riverton student on dean's list Michael Jones of Riverton has been named to the dean's list at Simpson University for the spring 2015 semester. Jones ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
May 7, 2015

Fort Washakie resident John Enos is in the process of obtaining a "step-on" license from the Tribal Employment Rights Office. Fort Washakie ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
May 7, 2015

Artists from the Wind River Indian Reservation will have the opportunity to settle in a new venue to sell their products with the help of the Wyoming Women's ...


From staff reports
Apr 26, 2015

A $2.3 million highway crack sealing maintenance project is scheduled to continue next week in Lander. A crew with prime contractor Highway Improvement, Inc., ...

By Kelli Ameling, Staff Writer
Apr 19, 2015

The Eastern Shoshone Tribe is hosting job fairs at two locations Thursday to hire for a major renovation at the tribe's casino. The first fair is 1 p.m. to 3 ...

From staff reports
Apr 19, 2015

The subject of the documentary "Havana Curveball" will attend a screening of the film at Riverton Branch Library. The Riverton Branch Library and ...


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