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A 116-year wait comes to an end

Apr 26, 2018 By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer

Classes for first through eighth grades began in the fall of 1906 in what was then Wyoming's largest town. Shoshoni was a teeming tent city that summer as ...


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A pair of rusted hurdles still stands where the old dirt oval used as a track and field training facility for Shoshoni schools was. The school district never had a regulation track until now. Photos by Randy Tucker

A pair of rusted hurdles still stands where the old dirt oval used as a track and field training facility for Shoshoni schools was. The school district never had a regulation track until now. Photos by Randy Tucker


A pair of rusted hurdles still stands where the old dirt oval used as a track and field training facility for Shoshoni schools was. The school district never had a regulation track until now. Photos by Randy Tucker

A pair of rusted hurdles still stands where the old dirt oval used as a track and field training facility for Shoshoni schools was. The school district never had a regulation track until now. Photos by Randy Tucker

The eight-lane track next to the new Shoshoni school finally gives the school the capability to host track meets. Photo by Randy Tucker

The eight-lane track next to the new Shoshoni school finally gives the school the capability to host track meets. Photo by Randy Tucker


The eight-lane track next to the new Shoshoni school finally gives the school the capability to host track meets. Photo by Randy Tucker

The eight-lane track next to the new Shoshoni school finally gives the school the capability to host track meets. Photo by Randy Tucker

Only a patch of light-colored grass in the prairie reveals where the old Shoshoni training track was.  Photo by Randy Tucker

Only a patch of light-colored grass in the prairie reveals where the old Shoshoni training track was. Photo by Randy Tucker


Only a patch of light-colored grass in the prairie reveals where the old Shoshoni training track was.  Photo by Randy Tucker

Only a patch of light-colored grass in the prairie reveals where the old Shoshoni training track was. Photo by Randy Tucker

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