St. Stephens Indian School Principal unhappy with UW Investigation’s conclusions: “It’s an insult”

(St. Stephens, Wyo.) – The Principal at St. Stephens Indian School today responded to Wednesday’s investigation findings into allegations of violations of student’s rights a week and a-half ago with an expression of disappointment. Cheryl Meyers noted that none of the St. Stephens students involved in the alleged shoplifting incident were ever questioned by the university’s investigators, and that their investigation “missed the point” of the school’s chief complaint. That is that the students were singled out because they were Native American. She called the report insulting to her, the students and the school.

Open House – 240 Mt Arter Loop

(Lander, Wyo) – This beautiful 1548 sq ft home is located in a lovely, quiet neighborhood in Lander. It has three bedrooms, two baths, a two car garage and sits on a gorgeous .43-acre lot. With brand new paint inside and out and newly refinished hardwood floors, this house will certainly catch your eye!

Kick the dust up at the 5th Annual Barn Bash for Hospice

(Riverton, Wyo) – The Barn Bash for Hospice is a local fundraising event to ensure that Help for Health can provide services to every single person who qualifies for end of life care.  Help for Health values the philosophy of hospice and believes that everyone is entitled to the best quality medical care despite financial ability. The four horse logo represents the physical, emotional, psychosocial and spiritual of the whole person. All proceeds from the Barn Bash stays in Fremont County.

Friendly Deer Returns to Same Home for Fifth Consecutive Year, with Twin Fawns

Welcome Home! “A notch-eared mule deer doe, years ago given the name Notcha, has just returned to our home from the high country for the fifth year in a row, again with twin fawns in tow,” reported Bruce Thompson this week. “It’s hard to not get attached to a wild one who has given us such seasonal company and consistency. Her annual visit that begins with her dining upon our window box pansy’s each October ends in March, reinforcing our unparalleled fondness for both the persistence and ephemeral nature of nature in our Wyoming world.”