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Smith verdict: Guilty

On the surveillance video, two men and a woman are seen arguing inside the Sundance Travel Center. There's pushing, shoving and slapping, tempers are boiling and the woman falls down several times bef...

 

Local names among state board appointments

Among the list of names submitted by Governor Mark Gordon to serve on the state’s many offices, boards and commissions in 2019 are four from Crook County who have been selected to serve again at the governor’s pleasure. Mike Easley, CEO of...

 

Cleaning up

A full brigade of WYDOT snow removal equipment deployed to I-90 Tuesday morning to clean up some of the snow that has accumulated in the median around Sundance. In spite of a growing discontent with...

 

Weather-withered pronghorn in struggle to survive

The recent severe winter conditions in northeast Wyoming are impacting area antelope herds and Moorcroft Game Warden John Davis is asking for the public's assistance in reducing disturbance to the ani...

 

Marlene Lorraine Popham

Marlene Lorraine Popham, 86, formerly of Sundance, Wyoming, died Monday, February 25, 2019, at Sturgis Regional Senior Care. Memorial services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, March 4, 2019, at the First Presbyterian Church in Sturgis, South Dakota, w... Full story

 

Matthew Allen Mills

Matthew Allen Mills, 38, of Gillette, Wyoming, passed away February 15, 2019, in Gillette. Matt was born to Allen Mills and Angela Pickett Mills in Belle Fourche, South Dakota and spent the first twelve years of his life at Spring Creek Livestock... Full story

 

Ruth Ella Neiman Dickmann

Ruth Ella Neiman Dickmann, age 100, died February 20, 2019 in Washington, Indiana. She was born in Eads, Colorado, the second of Albert C. and Annie Gerber Neiman's eight children. Ruth attended grade school in Colorado and graduated from high... Full story

 

Correction

In last week’s issue concerning the arrest of Paige Imbrogno, the arresting agency was the Crook County Sheriff’s Office, not Wyoming Highway Patrol as stated....

 

Vets assistance available

State of Wyoming veterans service officer from the Wyoming Veterans Commission will conduct community outreach services in Wyoming cities throughout March. Brian Yeager is available to meet with veterans and their families to discuss state and...

 

Card of Thanks

Our Thanks The Northeast Wyoming Chapter of the Muley Fanatic Foundation would like to thank our sponsors and donors, as well as all of our guests that came to support our 3rd annual fundraising event on February 9. Without you we would not be able...

 

Peek at the Past

100 Years Ago The Times February 26, 1919 The bill for the appropriation of funds with which to pay W.C. Henderson, Logan O’Brien, Joe Farrell and Dan Straight for losses of feed and crops sustained by elk on this edge of the Black Hills was...

 

Library presents Murder in the Night

Crook County Library is hosting the program "Murder in the Night: Who Shot Father Belknap & Why?" by Tim Velder on Friday, March 15 at the library meeting room in Sundance. The program will begin at 7 p.m. and is free to the public. The Reverend...

 

Fans of the muleys

Folks gathered February 9 in Sundance for the Northeast Wyoming Chapter of the Muley Fanatic Foundation's third annual fundraising event at the Crook County Fairgrounds. With a variety of games,...

 

This Week at Your Library

Did you know? We have a large paper shredder available for public use. Call the library to set up a time to come and shred away! Library Programming: STORYTIME: Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. March’s themes: “Pirates”, “Food Fun”,...

 

Pinochle

These are Pinochle average scores for individuals as of February 18, 2019: Gail Kaiser 4044 Larry Byrne 4014 Jean Adams 3898 Jennifer Adams 3758 Lyle Brunson 3723 Shannon Weaver 3445 Barbara Byrne 3430 Jacquie McInerney 3406 Vivian Brunson 3348 Kari...

 

Old Stoney Corner

“Through The Realm of the Past” appeared in the 1934 School Yearbook: Since no staff has attempted to tell the history of Crook County High School, the present staff has tried to give an account of the growth of the high school and those...

 

Legislative Update

Greetings from Cheyenne! As the 7th Week of the 65th General Session comes to an end, we have seen both the deadline for bills to come out of committee and the last day for bills to be considered in...

 

Chapel of Faith

Malicious Hatred stirs up strife, But love covers all sins. Prov. 10:12 By nature, humanity is born bad. Bent toward doing more evil than good (Hab. 2:4). You may argue this, although a simple review of your day will prove otherwise. Most have...

 

Snow plow rear ended near Moorcroft

A second WYDOT snow plow has been struck by a truck while clearing snow on the interstate near Moorcroft. The plow was in the left-hand passing lane of the westbound lane of Interstate 90 at mile mark...

 

Sundance Police Report

Feb. 16 - House watch and business checks, three bar checks, two reports of missing horses after Winterfest. Both were located within 24 hours. Feb. 17 - House watch and business checks, two bar checks. Feb. 18 - House watch and business checks,...

 

Crook County Sheriff's Office

Feb. 11 – Three VIN checks. Two traffic stops. Deputy investigated trespassing call. Feb. 12 – Two VIN checks. Paper service. Detention Deputy transported prisoner to clinic. Deputy assisted motorist. Deputy assisted Sundance Police Department...

 

Circuit Court

Speeding – Brandy N. Miller, SD, 55/45, $90; Russell J. Redinger, WA, 90/80, $90; Darren M. Anderson, Gillette, 86/75, $100; Joshua R. Wofford, Gillette, 77/70, $84; Evan S. Stoops, Gillette, 64/50, $115; Amelia R. Jensen, SD, 88/80, $86; David F....

 
 By Ramsey Scott    News    February 28, 2019

Statewide lodging tax condemned by Senate

CHEYENNE – The Senate killed a bill to implement a statewide lodging tax on a final vote Monday after it was pulled from the consent list. It was just one of several bills aimed at broadening and diversifying the state’s revenue stream that...

 

Wyoming News Briefs

Man sentenced to five years in apartment fire GILLETTE (WNE) — A 37-year-old man who set fire to a Gillette apartment building in December 2017 will serve five years in federal prison. Chief Federal District Court Judge Scott W. Skavdahl sentenced...

 

Governor signs new laws

As the 2019 Legislative Session draws to a close, Governor Mark Gordon held three formal signing ceremonies on Tuesday to sign a long list of bills into law that will impact life across Wyoming. These bills include new felony offenses, funding for a...

 

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