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The trophy says it all

Posted: Friday, Nov 21st, 2014
The Mountain View Buffalos rolled over Big Horn at the 2A state championship football game Saturday and brought home the title. See complete coverage of the game in the sports section on B1. COURTESY PHOTO/Linda Newton

59 pounds of marijuana seized on traffic stop east of Lyman

Posted: Friday, Nov 21st, 2014
LYMAN -- A traffic stop for speeding approximately 11 miles east of Lyman on Nov. 7, resulted in the seizure of approximately 59 pounds of marijuana, with an estimated street value of $352,065.
Edward Keeley, 26, Lauren Short, 25, both of Midlothian, Virg., were arrested with the assistance of the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation. Both individuals were taken

Bridger Valley Pioneer Classified Ads 11-21-2014

Posted: Friday, Nov 21st, 2014

Place your classified ad in Friday's Pioneer and on our website! Deadline is 10:00 A.M. on WEDNESDAY. Ads cost $9.50 for up to 25 words, additional words are 50¢ each. You must pay for your ad before it runs; we cannot bill you.

DRUG/DRINKING PROBLEM? If you think you may have a problem with drugs or

Packages for troops

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 18th, 2014
FORT BRIDGER -- Volunteers gathered at the American Legion Hall on Tuesday to prepare the Christmas packages to be sent to active duty troop members from Bridger Valley and their families.
The American Legion family is the impetus behind the packages and had spent time gathering items for the boxes. They are assisted by the donations they receive from Valley

MVHS student council honors vets

Posted: Friday, Nov 14th, 2014
MOUNTAIN VIEW --the Mountain View High School Student Council honored local veterans with a meal and quiet company Tuesday, Nov. 11.
"We just want you, the veterans, to know how much we appreciate everything you have done for us," MVHS student body president Aubrey Newton told the veterans before their luncheon. There were 10 veterans from across Bridger

Aimone crowned “Princess”

Posted: Monday, Nov 10th, 2014
Jaiden Aimone was crowned Universal Wyoming State Princess recently.
She was crowned out of 10 delegates who were selected out of 50 girls statewide
in the Wyoming Our Little Miss scholarship program competition 0-2 age division.
The contest was held Oct. 24-26, in Casper.
She will represent Wyoming in the World finals in Dallas, Texas, in January.

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