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- Riverton South (Wyoming 789) project dirt work is under way - Riverton South (Wyoming 789) project dirt work is under way Excavation of topsoil and dirt work has started on the 3.32-mile highway improvement project directly south of Riverton on Wyoming 789. Prime contractor of the $11.04 million project is LeGrand Johnson Construction Co., of Logan, Utah. “Excavation of topsoil has started, and after topsoil removal is completed, the contractor will begin building slopes for the new five-lane highway that is scheduled for completion this October,” said Robert Scheidemantel, Wyoming Department of Transportation resident engineer in Riverton. Scheidemantel said construction of the five-lane highway and widening of the Little Wind Bridge have an Oct. 31 contract deadline, with the chip sealing and seeding contract deadline being June 30, 2016. “Citizens will start to see the use of more flaggers and possible one-way traffic operations when the existing asphalt pavement is cut and milled,” Scheidemantel said. “At that point, drivers should expect delays of up to 10 minutes. We’d ...
- Fremont County Sheriff arrests from 3/26/2015 - Mckim, Daneka 24 Riverton, WY (1) Driving While Under the Influence (2) Arrest Warrant, Fremont County, (FTA) (3) Arrest Warrant, Fremont County, (FTA) (4) No Valid Driver’s License Patterson, Phillip 24 Lander, WY Bond Revocation
- Outgoing brigade commander provides insight after command - By Capt. Tom Blackburn Deputy Public Affairs Officer Wyoming National Guard Brian Nesvik let one principle guide him early on through his military career: Let the needs of the organization dictate his professional direction, over his personal goals. He started that journey when he was 17, and 24 years later, the organization chose him as the 115th Field Artillery Brigade commander. Now, as he has passed on that command to Lt. Col. Gregory Phipps, Nesvik moves on, following the path that best suits the Wyoming Army National Guard. Since June 2010, Nesvik oversaw a transitional period for the brigade artillery element based out of Cheyenne. The brigade was completing a deployment to support Operation Iraqi Freedom and the counterinsurgency training focus had pushed core artillery tasks to the side. “We had to regain that fires edge,” the colonel said. “We had lost that ability after several non-standard missions.” Nesvik’s training focus shifted to sharpening those artillery skills, which will be put to the test when soldiers from the 2-300 ...
- Senate Approves Balanced Budget that Would Boost U.S. Economic Growth by $500 Billion - For Immediate Release March 27, 2015 Contact: Max D’Onofrio ~ 202-224-3424 Senate Approves Balanced Budget that Would Boost U.S. Economic Growth by $500 Billion Washington, D.C. – The United States Senate today approved a balanced budget resolution for fiscal year 2016, which will boost the nation’s economic growth by more than $500 billion over the next ten years, according to the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO).If the Senate adds recommended tax and regulatory reforms to these spending reductions, the economic benefits will be even bigger. The measure approved by the Senate also balances the budget in ten years with no tax hikes, protects the nation’s most vulnerable citizens, strengthens America’s national defense, and improves economic growth and opportunity for hardworking families. The Senate Budget Committee estimates the economic growth dividend from a balanced budget will mean that more jobs will be created nationwide each year, beginning in 2019. By 2025, the tenth year of the balanced ...
- Barrasso holds drug hearing on Wind River Indian Reservation - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming Senator John Barrasso is chairing a congressional field hearing on the Wind River Indian Reservation next week to hear testimony on how drugs are harming Native American communities. Barrasso is Wyoming’s junior Republican senator. He serves as chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs. Mike Danylak is Barrasso’s press secretary on the Indian Affairs committee. Danylak says the oversight hearing will hear testimony from tribal and law enforcement officials. He says it’s dealing with the topic of drugs in general and is not tied to particular legislation. The hearing is from 10:30 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, March 31, at the Wyoming Tech Center at Wyoming Indian High School in Ethete.
- 6 injured in crash in Wind River Canyon on Sunday - RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — A vehicle collided with a rock in the Wind River Canyon, causing an accident that injured six Cody residents. Authorities say the accident occurred about 11:40 p.m. Sunday on U.S. 20 south of Thermopolis. They group was returning from a wrestling tournament in Denver. Reports state the 1999 Jeep was traveling north when the vehicle’s left front tire struck a rock in the roadway. After colliding with the rock, the vehicle left the roadway, rolled onto its roof, and hit the canyon wall. Police say the occupants of the vehicle were taken to area hospitals, including the driver, 18-year-old Benjamin Flickinger, a 9-year-old girl, two 15-year-old boys, a 16-year-old boy and 58-year-old Charles B. Flickinger. The four boys were wrestlers with a Cody club. The crash remains under investigation.