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Articles from the January 23, 2020 edition

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Uprooting offices

The next phase of the renovation project has begun in the county courthouse, with the County Clerk’s staff playing a temporary game of musical chairs while work takes place in their office. If...

 

Trap team sweeps state in first fall competition

The Sundance High School trap team swept the board at its first fall state event, ending the season ranked in first place. A sport that barely existed in Wyoming a year ago, clay target shooting is...

 

Driskill weighs in on budget session

There’s good news and bad news about the upcoming 2020 Legislative Session, says Senator Ogden Driskill. On the one hand, the state’s budget seems to be on track; on the other, there are funding...

 

Statewide initiative tackles medical oxygen fire deaths

Over the last year, more than half the deaths caused by fires in residential structures in Wyoming have taken place in homes that use medical oxygen. The Wyoming Community Risk Reduction Initiative, otherwise known as 307 CRR, is looking to combat...

 

Assessor's Office certified for 2020

The Wyoming Department of Revenue has once again certified three members of staff from the Crook County Assessor’s Office. It’s not actually a state requirement for the whole office to be...

 

Hough recognized nationally as top performing healthcare administrator

CEO Nathan Hough of the Crook County Medical Services District has been selected to receive the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award from the American College of Healthcare Administration (ACHCA). The...

 

Nancy D. Richards

Nancy D. Richards, 88 of Sundance, Wyoming, died Saturday, January 18, 2020, at the Crook County Memorial Hospital. Cremation arrangements are under the care of Fidler-Roberts & Isburg Funeral Chapel of Sundance.... Full story

 

Delegation visit

Representatives from the Wyoming Delegation made presentations at the monthly veterans’ breakfast at the Sundance Senior Center. They were followed by Crook County Attorney Joe Baron, who spoke...

 

Proctor recognized on annual community impact list

Deb Proctor, who grew up in what she calls “super Sundance”, was featured this year in the prestigious list of “Ten people who made a difference in our lives in 2019” curated by the Gillette News Record. For the last 30 years, the list has...

 

Frolander to participate in National Cowboy Poetry Gathering

Patricia Frolander of Sundance has been invited to participate in the 36th National Cowboy Poetry Gathering Jan. 27-Feb. 1 in Elko, NV. The gathering is an international festival that honors the arts, culture and traditions of the rural West, with...

 

This Week at Your Library

The Library will be closed February 17, for President’s Day. Library Programming: TODDLER AND PRESCHOOL STORYTIME on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. January’s themes: “Snowmen”, “Warm as Toast”, “Play to Learn Stations” and “Moose”....

 

Peek at the Past

100 Years Ago The Times January 21, 1920 No paper available. 75 Years Ago January 18, 1945 Senator Roger D. Thomas of Sundance was made vice-president of the State Senate by the Republican majority when the Legislature convened at Cheyenne last...

 

Card of Thanks

The Beulah Volunteer Fire Department would like to thank the following for their continued support. As always, it is greatly appreciated. Sundance State Bank Neiman Sawmill Chuck Wood Auction Services Timberline Services Sand Creek Trading Post... Full story

 

Stumbling pedestrian arrested on possession charges

A Douglas man has been charged with possession with intent to deliver after allegedly informing a police officer who had spotted him walking drunkenly through town that he was taking a bag of marijuana from one friend to another. On January 7, a Moor...

 

Circuit Court

Speeding – Bernard H. Henry, MN, 85/80, $15; Gregory A. Mayton, Powell, 72/65, $84; Paul J. Darling, CA, 90/80, $90; David Alexander Barnett, KY, 85/80, $25; Koby D. Jeffers, MT, 85/75, $90; Angela J. Hamlin, OH, 95/80, $120; Benjamin R. Gordon,...

 

Crook County Sheriff

Jan. 13 – Traffic stop. Arrested subject on Crook County warrant. Booked in new inmate. Three requests for EMS. Two requests for fire department. Jan. 14 – Three VIN checks. Paper service. Two traffic stops. Assisted Sundance Police Department...

 

Letter to the Editor

A new Netflix documentary called “The Great Hack” based on a book by Britanny Kaiser called “Targeted” should be viewed and read respectively by anyone concerned about our democracy because of its revelations. The subject is the relationship...

 

This Side of the Pond

It’s been all over the news for the last week, so I’m sure you know by now that everyone’s favorite prince has flipped the bird to Queen and country and fled for the safety of Canada. Or, to set...

 

Wyoming News Briefs

Yellowstone visitation down in 2019 CODY (WNE) — While visitation to Yellowstone National Park still exceeded 4 million in 2019 that was the lowest number of attendees since 2014. The final total for last year was 4,020,287 compared to 2018’s...

 

Lady Bulldogs play SD teams

The Lady Bulldogs were back on their home court Thursday night when the Lady Ranchers of Harding County came to town. Led by Cana McInerney, the Bulldogs were on fire the first half sinking five...

 

Bulldog boys dominate

The Sundance boys’ basketball team was back on the road this past week as they traveled to NSI and Hill City. The entire Bulldog bench saw some playing time on Friday night in the 53-11 victory over NSI. Putting together a solid first half of...

 

Team spirit

The SHS Cheerleader squad worked to keep the spirit up. Pictured left to right:  Kailey Piekkola, Tairyn Richards, Kate Sell, Briska Johnson, Alexis Frazier, Rhianna Heaster....

 

Bulldog wrestlers take on Dogie Invite

The Sundance wrestling team completed this past Friday at the 14-team Dogie Invitational in Newcastle. When the day was completed, the grapplers had two place winners. Junior Owen Haiar took home the title at 126 lbs. with three pins and a 9-2...

 

Big Ballers

The third and fourth grade girls had a fun season this year.  Coach Trevor Olson had a busy October; this group played in the Spearfish league and the Sundance league.  Coach Williamson said,...

 

Ask Game and Fish

Q: “When does my Wyoming conservation stamp expire?” A: The Wyoming conservation stamp is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase. If you buy a stamp before your previous one expires, the stamp is valid 12 months from the previous...

 

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