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County celebrates solar power projects

Sep 27, 2017 By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer

Joined by city officials and local legislators, Community Entry Services on Wednesday celebrated the opening of its 353-panel solar project in Riverton that is ...


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Community Entry Services in Riverton held a ceremony last week to celebrate its new solar panels. Participating in the ribbon-cutting portion of the event were CES board chairman Hal Herron; Wyoming Senate President Eli Bebout, R-Riverton; Rocky Mountain Power President Cindy Crane and senior First Interstate Bank officials Kevin Riley and Victor Robbins.					       Photo by Dan Bendtsen

Community Entry Services in Riverton held a ceremony last week to celebrate its new solar panels. Participating in the ribbon-cutting portion of the event were CES board chairman Hal Herron; Wyoming Senate President Eli Bebout, R-Riverton; Rocky Mountain Power President Cindy Crane and senior First Interstate Bank officials Kevin Riley and Victor Robbins. Photo by Dan Bendtsen


Community Entry Services in Riverton held a ceremony last week to celebrate its new solar panels. Participating in the ribbon-cutting portion of the event were CES board chairman Hal Herron; Wyoming Senate President Eli Bebout, R-Riverton; Rocky Mountain Power President Cindy Crane and senior First Interstate Bank officials Kevin Riley and Victor Robbins.					       Photo by Dan Bendtsen

Community Entry Services in Riverton held a ceremony last week to celebrate its new solar panels. Participating in the ribbon-cutting portion of the event were CES board chairman Hal Herron; Wyoming Senate President Eli Bebout, R-Riverton; Rocky Mountain Power President Cindy Crane and senior First Interstate Bank officials Kevin Riley and Victor Robbins. Photo by Dan Bendtsen

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