Shoshoni students took top honors at Wyoming History Day, held on May 1 in Laramie. Over 100 students across the state participated in the competition, presenting year-long research projects based on the theme “Frontiers in History: People, Places, Ideas.”

First- and second-place winners go on to compete in the national History Day contest at the University of Maryland. 

In the junior division, individual exhibit category, Alyssa Good of Shoshoni Elementary School earned first place for her project “WASP: A Frontier of Female Empowerment.” 

In the special awards, Ryker Crimm of Shoshoni Middle School received the Clara Jensen Award for most outstanding entry in Wyoming history for the project “Lost Cabin.”