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Tokewana Fire repairs at Youth Camp

Posted: Monday, Jan 16th, 2017
By VIRGINIA GIORGIS
Pioneer Editor
vgiorgis@bridgervalleypioneer.com

EVANSTON -- Last summer's Tokewana Fire raised its head again as the Uinta County commissioners addressed the buck pole fence at the Youth Camp in their meeting, Tuesday, Jan. 3
The Tokewana Fire spread fear and trepidation last summer and resulted in mega bucks damage. One of the results of the fire was
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Bitter cold grips Wyoming, many readings of 30 below

Posted: Friday, Jan 13th, 2017
By VIRGINIA GIORGIS
Pioneer Editor
vgiorgis@bridgervalleypioneer.com

BRIDGER VALLEY -- Bitter cold swept into Bridger Valley on the heels of the massive snowstorm last Wednesday, and the temperatures dropped into double and triple digits below zero.
The drop in temperature last Friday brought Wyoming residents some of the coldest temperatures and wind chills in a long time.
Temperatures as low
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Storm update from Uinta County Fire and ambulance:

Posted: Friday, Jan 13th, 2017

At approximately 1:45 p.m. Wednesday, Fire and EMS responded to Milepost 19 I-80 Westbound for a multi vehicle crash. 6 ambulances (4 Evanston, 2 Bridger Valley) transported over 15 people to Evanston Regional Hospital with varying degrees of injuries. A school bus from Evanston was used to transport approximately 10 more non injured people to Evanston.
During the
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The pole couldn’t defend itself, and fell causing outage

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 11th, 2017
"This is not a game. It is not just for fun or sport."
By VIRGINIA GIORGIS
Pioneer Editor
vgiorgis@bridgervalleypioneer.com

URIE -- Malicious vandalism, which created a power outage on Dec. 16, and a cost of about $9,000 for repairs, has prompted Bridger Valley Electric to offer a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of
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Head-on sends 7 students to hospital

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 11th, 2017
By VIRGINIA GIORGIS
Pioneer Editor
vgiorgis@bridgervalleypioneer.com

LYMAN -- A head-on collision Monday sent six LHS students to the hospital by ambulance and another was checked out at the hospital Tuesday.
According to reports, the eight students were on lunch break from Lyman High School. The two vehicles, a red Durango and a silver car (unidentified), collided on County Road
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