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Tata Chemicals donated to Lyman Library

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 30th, 2014
Over 200 people attended the recent Lyman Branch Library Reading Celebration with Daniel Tiger from PBS Television.
In addition, volunteers from Tata Chemicals were also on hand to read to the children. A generous donation from Tata Chemicals to purchase give-a-way books from First Book Marketplace made the event possible, according to Susie Worthen, librarian.
"Promoting children's literacy is
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Dean serves as president of Wyoming American Legion Auxiliaay

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 30th, 2014
FORT BRIDGER, Leila Dean, a Fort Bridger resident, is serving at the 2014-15 president of the American Legion Auxiliary Department of Wyoming.
She will be at the American Legion Hall in Fort Bridger on Oct. 1 at 6:30 p.m.
Dean has chosen "March to a Million" as her theme and the butterfly as her symbol. Her special project is
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Blast/flash fire injured four

Posted: Thursday, Sep 25th, 2014
By VIRGINIA GIORGIS
Pioneer Editor

LABARGE -- Four workers were injured in an explosion at a natural gas storage tank Tuesday near Labarge, according to officials.
One of the four people has died, according to the University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City Wednesday. The University of Utah Hospital identified the deceased as 35-year-old Jared Loftiss.
The hospital's
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Absentee ballots available

Posted: Thursday, Sep 25th, 2014
CHEYENNE --Secretary of State Max Maxfield and the National Association of Secretaries of state would like to remind residents September is National Voter Registration Month.
The 40 days of absentee voting began Thursday, Sept. 25, and runs through Nov. 3, the day before the General Election.
Maxfield said any registered voter can request an absentee ballot through their county clerk.
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Mountain View boy battles rare disease

Posted: Monday, Sep 22nd, 2014
By DEBORAH DEMANDER
Uinta County Herald

EVANSTON -- By all accounts, Kyle Green of Mountain View was a normal toddler, developing into a rambunctious boy. But everything changed for Kyle and his family in June 2013. On the way home from a family camping trip, his mom Kindra said she noticed his legs wobbling twice.
The following day, Kyle
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