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Floyd, new Fort Bridger State Historic Site superintendent “…this is the job I have always wanted.”

Posted: Friday, Sep 16th, 2016
By VIRGINIA GIORGIS
Pioneer Editor
vgiorgis@bridgervalleypioneer.com

FORT BRIDGR -- Chris Floyd, hailing from Savannah, Ga., said he is excited to be at Fort Bridger, and the site was "always been in the back of my mind … I've had my eye on it for many years."
The opportunity arose with the retirement of the former site superintendent. He said
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MVHS continues to raise ACT scores

Posted: Friday, Sep 16th, 2016
MOUNTAIN VIEW -- The current seniors at MVHS have continued a pattern of academic excellence by improving their composite ACT score over the previous class.
In fact, MVHS juniors have posted improving composite ACT scores for the past five years, according to Ben Carr, high school principal.
The current senior class, who took the statewide ACT test last
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New American Legion National Commander visits local veterans

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016
By KEVIN PENA
Pioneer Reporter
Fort Bridger ─ "Carrying the legacy forward" Charles Schmidt said he was doing as he assumed the position of leadership as the American Legion's new National Commander.
On Sept. 1, In Cincinnati, Ohio, Schmidt accepted the honor. The American Legion was established in 1919 to care for veterans and their families. The organization can
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Lyman Council approved splash pad

Modified: Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016
By KEVIN PENA
Pioneer Reporter
LYMAN ─ The Lyman Town Council approved the installation of a splash pad by the Heritage Park in Lyman at their meeting last week on Sept. 1.
It will be built just west of the pavilion at the Heritage Park. The town is accepting bids from companies to break ground. One company, "Splash Pad
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Mountain View reopens bids for sewer SAGR repair

Modified: Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016
By KEVIN PENA
Pioneer Reporter
MOUNTAIN VIEW ─ The Mountain View town council decided to reject all bids previously received for the sewer SAGR repair project at their meeting Tuesday.
With the best interest of the town in mind, the council voted and approved putting the project back out to bid.
The council discussed how successful the "Freedom Festival"
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