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Turner headed for Girls Nation First Valley candidate for Girls Nation

Posted: Friday, Jun 26th, 2015
Pioneer Editor

DOUGLAS -- Brianna C. Turner, of Lyman, is one of 98 young women attending the 69th American Legion Auxiliary Girls Nation in Washington, D.C., July 25-31.
Turner will be a senior at Lyman when the new school year starts. She will serve as the student body vice president when school starts. Turner maintains a

Evanston man charged with child porn

Posted: Friday, Jun 26th, 2015
Pioneer Managing Editor

EVANSTON -- An Evanston man has been arrested and charged with possessing child pornography after admitting to having more than 15 video files depicting child porn on his desktop computer, according to court documents.
JC Christopher Pulham was arrested on Tuesday, June 16, and held in Evanston before being transported to Cheyenne to

Moved to the hills

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 24th, 2015
LYMAN --Mountain View Wildlife Biologist Jeff Short and Mountain View Game Warden Allen Deru moved a moose out of the town of Lyman recently.
"He was a yearling bull," Short said, "Most likely kicked off by his mother and try-
ing to find a place to make a home of his own.
Some kids started throwing rocks at him and

MVHS offers reward for information on vandalism

Posted: Friday, Jun 19th, 2015
MOUNTAIN VIEW -- A second window was broken on Wednesday evening at Mountain View High School, and police and school officials are investigating.
"This is the most vandalism we've had in a summer, and it's still only June," MVHS principal Ben Carr reported. "It is frustrating because it is so senseless, but we are following up on

Wyoming experienced slow growth

Posted: Friday, Jun 19th, 2015
Pioneer Editor

CHEYENNE -- Two cities in Wyoming have 60,000 people or more, but Evanston, Green River and Rock Springs in southwest Wyoming continues to be near the top of the state's population chart, according to estimates released by the U.S. Census Bureau recently.
Cheyenne is still the largest city in Wyoming with a population of

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