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Meeks Cabin, full and spilling

Posted: Thursday, Apr 23rd, 2015
Pioneer Editor

MOUNTAIN VIEW -- Meeks Cabin is full and began spilling last Saturday according to the April 20, report of the Bridger Valley Conservancy District.
As of April 1, the state's mountain snowpack was 70 to 75 percent of average and its water equivalent was 67 percent of median.
The snowpack is slightly below

MVHS choir performed at Disneyland

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 21st, 2015
MOUNTAIN VIEW -- The MVHS Performance Choir performed on stage in the Disneyland Performing Arts Program in California Adventureland, on March 30.
They performed a 30-minute program including the following pieces:
"Good Time" by Owl City and Carly Rae Jesperson (contemporary pop); "Operator" by Manhatten Transfer (jazz, senior soloist Rylan Kellum); "Home" by Phillip Philllips (contemporary

Parmenter named to national principals board

Posted: Friday, Apr 17th, 2015
Pioneer Editor

BOSTON -- Layne Parmanter, Urie Elementary principal, attended a national principals board meeting last week at Harvard.
He was recently named to the board of The Principal Center, which is part of Harvard's Graduate Student in Education. Parmenter will serve a four-year term, which expires in 2019.
The Center provides professional development both nationally

Wyoming Republican Party elects new leadership

Posted: Friday, Apr 17th, 2015
CASPER -- On April 11, 2015, the Wyoming Republican Party met in Casper, Wyoming, to elect new leadership.
The leadership team will serve for a two-year term. The newly elected leadership team includes:
Chairman: Matt Micheli
Vice Chairman: Chris Smith
Secretary: Charles Curley
Newly elected chairman, Matt Micheli, said, "I am humbled and honored to serve as

Town of Mountain View expects tight year in funding

Posted: Monday, Apr 13th, 2015
Pioneer Editor

MOUNTAIN VIEW -- A standing room only crowd swelled the Mountain View council workshop Tuesday night in the council's regular chamber.
The workshop was held prior to the council's regular meeting and then reconvened after the meeting.
Numerous people were on hand with concerns about the cost of the use of the ball fields

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