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Bar J Wranglers hit at Operation RoundUp fundraiser

Posted: Friday, Mar 27th, 2015
Pioneer Editor

LYMAN -- The Bar J Wranglers struck a chord and turned the audience into a toe-tapping, hand-clapping crowd at their performance last week on Thursday in Lyman.
The concert was a fundraiser for Bridger Valley Electric's Operation RoundUp program. It was held in the LHS performing arts center.
Operation RoundUp asks BVEA

Drug bust on I-80 following speeding stop

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 25th, 2015
EVANSTON -- Over 75 pounds of marijuana, with an estimated street value of $450,000, was discovered following a traffic stop on March 17, around 7:55 p.m. near milepost 38 on Interstate 80 eastbound.
A Wyoming state trooper was traveling east on I-80 when he observed an eastbound passenger car approaching the marked patrol vehicle from behind at a high rate

Cat kill not by a cougar

Posted: Friday, Mar 20th, 2015
Pioneer Editor

MOUNTAIN VIEW -- The recent kill of a fawn in a backyard in Fort Bridger was not the kill of a mountain lion, according to Wyoming game warden Allen Deru.
Deru said he received a report of the kill on March 8, and examined the scene. The dead fawn was in very poor condition,

Bridger Valley will host the Jackalope Jump March 21

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 18th, 2015
BRIDGER VALLEY -- Dressed in crazy costumes, residents all over Bridger Valley will jump into freezin' cold waters to raise money for Special Olympics Wyoming athletes March 21.
There are 17 Jackalope Jumps scheduled in 2015 l across the state of Wyoming, the Bridger Valley jump is the ninth Jackalope Jump for the season.
The Bridger Valley event will be

And the building comes down

Modified: Tuesday, Mar 17th, 2015
Pioneer Editor

MOUNTAIN VIEW -- The MV Middle School building in Mountain View was virtually rendered into scraps during the recent demolition project of the district.
The building had to be torn down following the construction of the new K-8 building for the district to comply with the state mandate of how much space the

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