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  • UW Honor Rolls

    Feb 10, 2022

    The University of Wyoming lists eight students from Crook County on the 2021 fall semester President’s Honor Roll. Crook County students on the President’s Honor Roll are: Katrina A. Bauman and Sara J. Thomas of Hulett; Tianne M. Fischbach, Madison Jean Glenn, Audrey L. Merwin and Taylor J. Reynolds of Moorcroft; Shelby Heaster and Sherry Negaard of Sundance. The President’s Honor Roll consists of regularly enrolled undergraduates who earned a 4.0 (“A”) grade-point average for the semester. To be eligible, students must have been enrolled...

  • Time to register for kindergarten

    Feb 10, 2022

    Kindergarten registration paperwork for Sundance Elementary School is now available at the school office at 1123 Fairgrounds Loop Rd in Sundance. Registration packets were sent to all Sundance preschools as well. Completed paperwork needs to be dropped off at the school office by Feb. 24. Children entering kindergarten for the 2022-2023 school year must be age five on or before Aug. 1, 2022. Children who turn five between Aug. 1 and Sept. 15, 2022 will have to be screened for readiness by CCSD#1 prior to enrollment. All students entering...

  • SHS wrestlers compete at Hill City

    Todd Klopp|Feb 10, 2022

    This past Saturday the Sundance Wrestling team competed at the always-tough 21-team Hill City Invitational. The grapplers fared very well finishing the day with 17 wins and 14 losses. The wrestlers finished with three placewinners with Dawson Flahaven (285 lbs.) finishing at 4-2 for fifth place, Leo Lyons (182 lbs.) 3-2 and a fifth-place finish, and Andrew Davis (132) 4-3 for sixth place. Other wrestlers competing were Karter Mayberry (120 lbs.) 2-2, Jayden Keller (120 lbs.) 2-2, Liam Holt (152...

  • Three more wins for Lady Bulldogs

    Rebecca Maupin|Feb 10, 2022

    Lady Bulldogs Another busy week for the Sundance girls' basketball team as they hosted the Big Horn Rams, Wright Panthers and Tongue River Eagles throughout the week. Facing off against the Rams on Tuesday afternoon, the Lady Bulldogs got to play in front of a "younger" crowd with many of the elementary students in attendance. The Lady Bulldogs jumped out to an early lead in the first quarter of play and kept the Lady Rams at bay for the rest of the game, ending the afternoon with a 41-28...

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