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Johnson, Ambassador for Peace Medal

Posted: Monday, Jul 18th, 2016
LANDER -- Larry Johnson, Robertson was among the veterans to be honored and awarded the Ambassador of Peace medal from the Republic of Korea on June 30, in Lander.
The medal was in recognition of the veterans contributions on land, sea or in the skies above Korea. Each veteran was presented a medal, which proclaimed them as an "Ambassador for

Horse pull

Posted: Friday, Jul 15th, 2016
A good crowd turned out for the horse pull last Saturday night at the Lyman rodeo grounds. Horses pulled 1,000 pound loads and they strained more to pull the 2,000 pound loads. Students from MVH and LHS also lined up to pull the loads. They cinched the 1,000 pound load but couldn't budge the 2,000. PIONEER PHOTO/Jeanette Garetto

Lyman Maverik, “asset to our community.“

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 13th, 2016
LYMAN -- The Lyman Police Department presented a plaque last week to the Darlene "Dar" Gabriel and the employees of the Lyman Maverik Country Store.
This plaque serves as a token of the Police Department's recognition of appreciation for the Maverik Country Store's partnership and cooperation within the community and particularly with the Lyman Police Department, according to Police

Celebratin’ the Red, White and Blue

Posted: Monday, Jul 11th, 2016
Pioneer Editor

BRIDGER VALLEY -- Spirits were high in Fort Bridger as the crowd lined the streets waiting for the parade to start on Monday, Independence Day.
This year's celebration marks the 240th anniversary of the nation's independence. A nation build on the "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness," freedom from oppression with the

Lyman woman drowns in irrigation canal Deputies surmise … she entered the water … to rescue the dog.

Modified: Monday, Jul 11th, 2016
CODY -- Christine Fairbourn, 26, of Lyman had apparently drowned in an irrigation canal at approximately 9 p.m last Saturday, July 2, according to Lance Mathess, public information officer of the Park County Sheriff's Office.
While the exact circumstances of her death are not known, the Sheriff's Office says Christine Fairbourn may have gone into the canal to try rescuing

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