(Fort Washakie, Wyo.) – Robert Sorrelle age 94, passed away Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at Morning Star Manor. At his request no services will be held. Cremation in care of Wind Dancer Funeral Home.
(Fort Washakie, Wyo.) – The sixth annual Walk to Remember to raise suicide awareness on the Wind River Indian Reservation was held this morning with more than 50 people attending. After everyone walked from Hines General Store to Rocky Mountain Hall, a prayer was said and balloons representing suicide survivors, awareness and prevention were released into the air.
(Fort Washakie, Wyo.) – The Sixth Annual Eastern Shoshone Tribe’s Walk to Remember those lost to suicide will be held this coming Wednesday.
(Fort Washakie, Wyo.) – Fremont County Chief Deputy Coroner Mark Stratmoen said there was nothing outwardly suspicious in the death of a 32-year-old female, presumed to be from Riverton, who died at the BIA Wind River Police Department jail Thursday night. Stratmoen said an autopsy will be conducted Satuday. The woman’s identity has not yet been released. Prolonged efforts to revive the woman at the jail were unsuccessful.
(Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center, Wyo.) – The Wyoming Cowboy ChalleNGe Academy’s Class 21 will graduate Sept. 6, at 1 p.m., at the Eastern Wyoming College main auditorium, in Torrington. Lobby doors will open at 12:15 p.m.
(Fort Washakie, Wyo.) – A Fort Washakie man who was on his third round of supervised probation allegedly absconded for nearly 8 months before being caught a little over a week ago.
(Moose, Wyo.) – A tribute to Shoshonean history and culture will take place at the Colter Bay Visitor Center in Grand Teton National Park on September 3rd and 4th. The Shoshonean peoples of the Eastern Great Basin and Western Plains hunted seasonally in what is now Grand Teton National Park and left behind a sizeable archeological record. Their modern-day descendants still live in the region and have maintained their languages and cultural practices. Cultural speakers and exhibits of traditional and modern Shoshonean arts will explain the present-day influence of Shoshone peoples. The following programs are free to the public.