(Fremont County, Wyo.) – The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information on a mysterious cache of items found along the shore of Pilot Butte Reservoir. Women’s clothing, shoes, personal items, and full bottles of alcohol were located along the shore by a resident on Sunday afternoon.
(Dubois, Wyo.) – Wyoming Game & Fish Large Carnivore Specialist Brian DeBolt confirmed that a hunter was attacked by a female grizzly bear Sunday afternoon north of Dubois.
Individuals with MS, Parkinsons or Brain Injuries are eligible for residency at Warm Valley Lodge Assisted Living
(Dubois, Wyo.) – Many people assume that an “assisted living” center is a place for elderly residents in the twilight of their lives. Many people are wrong. Qualification of residency at Dubois, Wyoming’s Warm Valley Lodge isn’t based on age; it’s based on need. That is why Warm Valley Lodge is such a perfect fit for 53 year old Renay Baldes, who moved into the Warm Valley Lodge in April.
(Fremont County, Wyo.) – Kourtney Snyder joined the Wind River Realty team in 2011. Today she is the company’s Property Manager and Agent Liaison. As a lifelong resident of Riverton, Kourtney is intimately familiar with the Riverton market and the lifestyle we enjoy in Fremont County. We sat down with Kourtney to learn a little more about her and the knowledge she brings to the Fremont County real estate market.
(Shoshoni, Wyo.) – Shoshoni’s Blake Fegler downed the buck deer (pictured above) with his bow on September 6th between Riverton and Shoshoni. The deer scored 178 and 1/8 in the Pope and Young record book.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – The Diversity Committee at Central Wyoming College will be presenting the first of a series of activities centered on the theme of “National Security as a Justification for the Suspension of Civil Liberties” on Monday, September 22 from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. in the Little Theatre. “The Aleut Story,” a documentary of the internment of the Aleut people, will be presented followed by a facilitated discussion on internment, relocation and reparation. CWC students, staff and community members are welcome to attend. “This is an amazing story and should prompt a very interesting discussion regarding the suspension of civil liberties,” stated Human Resource Director Jennifer Rey.