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    Mar 10, 2022

    FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE (For Publication) WHEREAS NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN that a default in the payment under the terms of a secured and perfected Note has occurred. The Note is secured by a Mortgage dated June 29, 2011 and recorded on July 1, 2011 at REC # 615094 Book Photo Book 507, Page 590 in the records of Crook County, Wyoming from Gregory A Borden, to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for Pinnacle Bank - Wyoming, a Wyoming Corporation for the amount of $120,564.00. The Mortgage having been assigned to and now in... Full story

  • Wyoming News Briefs

    From Wyoming News Exchange Newspapers|Mar 10, 2022

    Man who tried to run over deputy gets up to 15 years in prison GILLETTE (WNE) — A Moorcroft man who was found guilty of trying to run into a sheriff’s deputy while fleeing from law enforcement in the spring of 2020 will serve up to 15 years in prison. Last week, Nathan Schuerman, 42, was sentenced to 13.5 to 15 years for aggravated assault and possession of a deadly weapon. In April 2020, Schuerman tried to drive his truck head-on into a deputy’s vehicle while fleeing law enforcement. In a jury trial in December, Schuerman was found guilt...

  • Third/fourth grade music program next week

    Mar 10, 2022

    Ahoy mateys! Third and fourth grade buccaneers at Sundance Elementary will be presenting “How to Be a Pirate in Seven Easy Songs” on Tues., Mar. 15 at 6 p.m. Songs include Ahoy There, Shiver Me Timbers, Raise the Jolly Roger, I Spy, Lovely Loot, Hoist the Sail and Party, Me Heartey! The public is invited to come and join us on our high seas adventure....

  • Wise Words

    Mar 10, 2022

    For FCCLA, Jaylin Mills and Blakely Gill are going to compete in the STAR Event National Programs in Action with their focus on the Power of One. They interviewed residents of Sundance Assisted Living and asked for their advice on life. The residents were asked “What would you like to pass on to the younger generations?” The advice will be shared over three weeks. These are the Wise Words for this week: “Follow Ronald Reagan: ‘Live simply, love generously, care deeply, speak kindly, leave the rest to God’.” “Don’t hurry. Life is really short...

  • Lady Bulldogs take fourth at State

    Rebecca Maupin|Mar 10, 2022

    The Sundance Lady Bulldogs finished their basketball season with a fourth-place finish in the 2A State Tournament this past weekend. Going into the tournament the number two seed from the east, the Lady Bulldogs opened play against the number three seed from the west, the Riverside Rebels. It was a low scoring game in the opening round as the Bulldogs put up seven points to the Rebels' 14 in the first half of play. With the second half underway, Sundance began to get comfortable and put some...

  • Muley Fanatic banquet sells out

    Sarah Pridgeon|Mar 10, 2022

    The Muley Fanatic Foundation welcomed almost 200 people to its live banquet this year, raising thousands of dollars for the local chapter of the organization. The proceeds will be used for the Muleys’ goals to support wildlife and habitat in this area. Of the $38,359.49 raised once all bills had been paid, the local chapter will receive $26,851.64, which represents 70% of the total. The Northeast Wyoming Chapter will have the opportunity to decide where those funds are allocated, while the remaining 30% is committed to the organization’s headqu...

  • Library to host women's suffrage program

    Mar 10, 2022

    Crook County Library will host the program "Fifty-One Years of Freedom: Wyoming's Suffrage Story, 1869-1920" by Kylie McCormick on Fri., Mar. 11 at 7 p.m. in the library meeting room in Sundance. The program is free and open to the public. In 1869 Wyoming made history as the first U.S. territory to give women the right to vote. Fifty-one years later, the nation followed Wyoming's lead. A fresh take on a longstanding controversy, this presentation offers critical new evidence to Wyoming's...

  • UW Extension hosts additional Crook County private pesticide applicator class

    Mar 10, 2022

    Crook County will be offering an additional private pesticide applicator class in April. This class is an opportunity for individuals to renew or obtain a private pesticide applicator license. Any landowner that anticipates applying restricted use pesticides must acquire a private pesticide application license through this class, complete the take-home workbook, or pass the exam administered in the extension office, prior to purchasing and use of said pesticide. The class includes weed and pest district updates, worker protection standards,...

  • District champs

    Mar 10, 2022

    The Sundance seventh grade team finished the season last week as the winners at the Junior High Basketball District Tournament held last week....

  • Bearlodge isolated parcels hazardous fuels reduction project

    Mar 10, 2022

    The Black Hills National Forest is proposing to reduce fire hazard on isolated National Forest parcels adjacent to the western edge of the Bear Lodge Mountains. High fuel loading on these parcels poses a risk to surrounding lands and communities. The proposed area consists of ten scattered blocks of land. Detailed maps can be found at There is no public or Forest Service access to these parcels. For this reason, the project would be implemented primarily via Good Neighbor Authority agreements with...

  • This Week at Your Library

    Kim Heaster|Mar 10, 2022

    We are still doing curbside and in-town delivery if you would prefer not to come inside. We have numerous magazines available for a two-week checkout. THE FENCE POST is a nationwide agricultural newspaper reaching over 80,000 readers each week. It contains advertising, auctions, obituaries, recipes, cartoons, event coverage and human-interest stories all pertaining to the agricultural business. Displays: Marcy Havner’s rock collection. If you have a collection you would like to share with Sundance, please let us know! We have two locking cases...

  • Peek at the Past

    Mar 10, 2022

    1 Years Ago Mar. 9, 1922 A twelve pound boy was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gast. At a meeting of high school alumni association Thursday, officers were elected as follows: Josie Williamson, president, Lillian Richardson, vice-president, Pollie Roberts, sec-treasurer. Mayor Edwin Rounds announces the appointment of Miss Josie Williamson as town clerk. Miss Williamson is amply qualified for the position, and the appointment meets with approval of Sundance in general. 75 Years Ago Mar. 6,...