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Local man breaks back in rollover on U.S. 89

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 31st, 2015
By Shay Blood
Herald Reporter

EVANSTON -- A family of six, traveling on U.S. Highway 89, just outside of Evanston, was involved in a serious accident Thursday, when their Chevy Tahoe rolled off the highway.
According to scanner traffic, the vehicle rolled twice. Within minutes, police, paramedics and firefighters arrived at the scene of the accident.
Those involved in

Olympic medalist inspires at Healthy Women’s Conference

Modified: Friday, Mar 27th, 2015
EVANSTON -- Women who attended the 2015 Women's Conference at Evanston High School were in for a special treat.
After a light breakfast, women all over Uinta County gathered in the EHS auditorium to listen to this year's keynote speaker, Noelle Pikus Pace.
Pace was the silver medalist in the skeleton event at the Sochi Olympics in 2014 and

Dems question legislators at chamber event

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 24th, 2015
EVANSTON -- Some of the recent decisions made by the Wyoming Legislature have some locals irritated and others asking questions.
The questions came during the Evanston Chamber of Commerce Legislative Breakfast on Tuesday, March 17, at BOCES. The quarterly legislative meetings allow state and local representatives to express their viewpoints, answer questions and address any concerns others in the

75 pounds of pot seized near Evanston

Posted: Friday, Mar 20th, 2015
EVANSTON -- The Wyoming Highway Patrol made another large drug bust near Evanston this week -- this one netting nearly half a million dollars in marijuana and three times the amount of drugs as a seizure last week that sent two Wisconsin residents to the county jail.
According to a press release issued by WHP, a traffic stop on Tuesday,

Group cleans up 5 tons of trash at Narrows

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 18th, 2015
WOODRUFF NARROWS RESERVOIR -- Members of a local group of long-range shooters banded together recently to tackle a decades-long problem plaguing Woodruff Narrows Reservoir: vandalism and littering.
Nick Arnold, founder of 307 Long Range, said when he learned how bad the problem was in the area, he just had to do something.
Not only did he lead the charge in

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