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  • Game & Fish issues roadkill reminder

    Sarah Pridgeon|Jan 26, 2023

    Wyoming Game & Fish is reminding the public that authorization is needed before you are permitted to recover road-killed wildlife – and you may not do so from the interstate. Obtaining approval to salvage a deer, elk, antelope, moose, wild bison or wild turkey that has been killed due to an unintentional road collision can be done through the Wyoming 511 app or via the Game & Fish website. You can receive authorization through the app even without cellular service. Recovering roadkill has been legal in Wyoming since 2021, when a bill c...

  • Circuit Court

    Jan 26, 2023

    Speeding – Derek Bush, Wasilla, AK, 94/75, $155; Zackarie Talbot, Upton, WY, 85/75, $115; Jason Ramirez-Corpuz, Laveen, AZ, 86/70, $140; Saul Soto, Brownsville, TX, 93/80, $125; Grant Blomgren, Spokane, WA, 96/80, $140; Kodi Todd Ysen, Bagley, MN, 30/20, $210; Joseph Mora-Hudnut, Tacoma, WA, 85/75, $105; Denise Baity, Gillette, WY, 91/80, $115; Tom Bradshaw, Gillette, WY, 90/80, $105 No Seat Belt (driver) – Betsy Symonds, Gillette, WY, $25 Vehicle Off Road – Shane J. Deguzis, Gillette, WY, $250 Open Container of Alcohol in Moving Vehicle – Jas...

  • Crook County Sheriff's Office

    Jan 26, 2023

    Jan. 16 – Crash, no injuries. Abandoned vehicle. Suspicious circumstance. Suicide attempt. Jan. 17 – Six VIN checks. Paper service. Two traffic stops. Two sets fingerprints. Commercial burglar alarm. EMS page. Jan. 18 – Eight VIN checks. Two crash reports. Hit and run accident. Three sets fingerprints. House watches. Citizen assist. Two EMS pages. Jan. 19 – Three VIN checks. Three traffic stops. Fingerprints. Business checks. House watches. Gas drive off. EMS page. Jan. 20 – Four VIN checks. Traffic stop. Fraud complaint. Two sets fingerpri...

  • High school students can win a trip to Washington, D.C. 

    Jan 26, 2023

    Range, in conjunction with the Foundation for Rural Service, is again sponsoring a contest for high school students to win what has been referred to as a “trip of a lifetime”. One high school student will be selected to receive an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C. to participate in the Foundation for Rural Service Youth Tour, May 31-June 4, 2023. To enter the contest, students must write a short essay that is no more than 250 words or no more than a five-minute video on the topic, “How broadband impacts daily life in YOUR rural communit...

  • SHS Honor Roll

    Jan 26, 2023

    Quarter 2 Seniors Lauryn Mariah Brooks Jameson Jacob Fleenor Kimberly Rae Fowler McKaya Jo Gillespie Nora Rose Gustafson Chloe Marie Hanzlik Dillon Rusk Haugen Jesse Dominic Hedlund Danielle Violet Homola Rachelle Verna Miller Jeral Anson Nehl Sheridan Marie Schubarth Mazelynn Julianna Sharp Zoe Anne Skeens Isabella Marie Smith-McCleery Parker James Speidel Ashley Rose Wilen Juniors Bren Michael Anderson Branson Todd Bankenbush Riley Elizabeth Banker Tucker James Dobson Ryder Donavone Richard Downey Lindsey Kay Fosheim Isabelle Marie Fouch Dekl...

  • Jamestown Dean's List

    Jan 26, 2023

    Josiah Rudloff of Aladdin has been selected to the University of Jamestown’s Fall 2022 Dean’s List for maintaining a Semester GPA of 3.50 or better. The University of Jamestown was established in 1883 and is ranked as a top tier regional school in US News and World Report and a top Midwestern school in The Princeton Review....

  • Bulldogs host Sundance Quad

    Todd Klopp|Jan 26, 2023

    The Sundance wrestlers hosted the Sundance Quad last week. Going up against wrestlers from Campbell County, Thunder Basin, Belle Fourche and Hulett, the Bulldog grapplers fared well. Zac Duvall was the top wrestler at the 106 division, winning by fall over all of his competitors. Karter Mayberry, Jaedyn Keller, Gavin Mollenbrink and Savanah Peterson all finished second in their weight classes for the quad. Liam Holt and Clay Robinson rounded out the Sundance teams, taking third in their weight...

  • Winning week for Lady Bulldogs

    Rebecca Maupin|Jan 26, 2023

    SHS Girls The Lady Bulldogs opened their conference play on the winning side last week with victories over the Wright Panthers and the Big Horn Rams. It was a tough go for the Sundance team throughout the first half of play against the Panthers on Friday as the Lady Bulldogs went into the halftime break trailing 14-27. Scoring only three points throughout the second quarter, Sundance was looking for a way out of their scoring slump. The second half play, however, saw a different team emerge...