(Lander, Wyo.) – Fremont Count Clerk Julie Freese, right, presented Jenny Green of her office with a 30 year service award at this past week’s Fremont County Commissioners meeting at the courthouse. Three decades of service to Fremont County. Congratulations Jenny!
(Riverton, Wyo.) – You’ve seen the painted store windows, the RHS Flags in downtown and now you may have heard the music. The Riverton High School Marching Wolverine Band prepared for the Homecoming Parade at midday today. Tonight, Riverton takes on Buffalo at Wolverine Field in its annual homecoming game at 7 p.m.
(North Portal, Wyo.) – The North Portal of the Midvale Irrigation District west of Boysen Reservoir is about to get a new fire hall. The Fremont County Fire Protection District is in the process of putting up a new structure for the volunteer fire fighters in the area. The North Portal building is the latest in a string of new firehouse facilities across the county.
(Lander, Wyo.) – The last remaining piece of the Lander Community Center was toppled yesterday. Destroyed by fire in July, the Community Center, circa 1920, was demolished by contractor Tim Bales, who left the fireplace standing until Wednesday afternoon. Ramo Anesi built the iconic fire place; Ramo was also the builder of the red stone Lander wall that surrounded the old high school and is still in place on West Main Street at the site of the Lander Business Park. Anesi’s grandson is Doug Anesi, president of the First Interstate Bank in Lander. (Photo by Michelle Motherway)