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The flag flies for freedom

Posted: Friday, Aug 28th, 2015
Pioneer Editor

MOUNTAIN VIEW -- The Veterans' Freedom Festival, hosted by the American Legion Family, highlighted America's freedom and rights and the idea "freedom isn't free" by also focusing on POW's and MIA's.
The celebration in the Mountain View Town Park was kicked off with a breakfast provided by the Town of Mountain View. The smoky

Mill levies in county

Posted: Friday, Aug 28th, 2015
EVANSTON -- The Uinta County commissioners approved the respective mill levies in the county at their meeting on Aug. 18.
The mill levies include: School District One, 46.6, School District Four, 44.7, School District Six, 49.2, County, 11, Library, 1, Conservation, .549, Fire District, 2.5, Weed & Pest, .933, Evanston, Bear River, Lyman and Mountain View, 8.0 each, Bridger Valley

Music festival slated for Labor Day weekend

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 25th, 2015
Uinta County Herald

EVANSTON -- After six years of planning and a rollercoaster process of getting approval from local government, bands, vendors, venue owners and any other kind of bottleneck imaginable -- including having to change the name of the event in the 11th hour -- the Wyoming West Music Fest (formerly Wyoming Woodstock) is set

“Naughty room” gets funding by commissioners

Posted: Friday, Aug 21st, 2015
Pioneer Editor

EVANSTON -- The Uinta County commissioners approved an application for a grant to house delinquent juveniles in a "naughty room" at their meeting on Aug. 4.
The Volunteers of America Grant of $12,496 provides operating funds "to babysit" delinquent juveniles from Oct. 1, 2015, through Sept. 30, 2016. The application for the grant required

Fossille Butte celebrates National Park’s 99th year

Posted: Friday, Aug 21st, 2015
KEMMERER -- The National Park Service is turning 99 years old on Aug. 25, and Fossil Butte National Monument wants everyone to join the party.
Come to the park and wander a trail, watch a fossil preparation demonstration, and check out the new diorama exhibit featuring life-like models of critters that lived 52 million years ago.
In preparation for

Sen. Mike Enzi finishes Cutt Slam in Uinta County

Posted: Wednesday, Aug 19th, 2015
Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., finished his Wyoming Cutt Slam recently in the county by catching a Colorado River Cutthroat on Gilbert Creek south of Mountain View and finishing by catching a Bonneville Cutthroat on the Bear River near Evanston. The fish completed Enzi's Cutt Slam, which also includes the Yellowstone Cutthroat and the Snake River Cutthroat. Enzi asked Rick Slagowski

Chairman Lummis amplifies Wyomingv On Federal regulatory overreach Held congressional hearing in Evanston

Posted: Monday, Aug 17th, 2015
Rep. Lummis' office
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EVANSTON -- "As a life-long rancher, I can tell you we don't just work the land, we love the land and we pour our souls into it." U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis (R-WY), said last week.
On Thursday last week, U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis (R-WY), Chairman of the Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee

Legislative panel considers higher vehicle registration fees

Posted: Monday, Aug 17th, 2015
CHEYENNE (AP) -- An interim legislative committee plans to consider a proposal to raise state vehicle registration fees to pay for a new computer system at the Wyoming highway department.
The Legislature's Joint Transportation, Highways and Military Affairs Interim Committee plans to discuss the proposal Aug. 25, at its meeting in Riverton.
Under the draft proposal, registration fees would be

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