Sundance Times - Continuing the Crook County News Since 1884

Articles from the April 4, 2019 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 30



 By Sarah Pridgeon    News    April 4, 2019

Pipeline construction to begin this month

Oneok arrives in Crook County this month to begin the local phase of construction on its new Elk Creek Pipeline. The 20-inch pipeline roughly follows the route of the Bakken Pipeline installed by the...

 

Game and Fish touts successful year for catching violators

Wyoming Game and Gish has released its 2018 Law Enforcement Report, a document that highlights the operations and accomplishments of game wardens, wildlife investigators and other employees across the year in protecting this state’s wildlife...

 
 By Sarah Pridgeon    News    April 4, 2019

Opening a treasure trove

Hidden behind the doors of a new store on Cleveland Street is a literal treasure trove of handmade and refurbished goods made exclusively by Wyoming vendors. More than 30 purveyors of local crafts...

 

Maybe, just maybe

Rich Cortez and Hans Simpson from the Public Works Department usher in a new season with a change of scenery for the City of Sundance. Gone are the snowflakes and chilly scenes, now replaced with the...

 

Cathlene "Cathy" Aaberg Johnson

Cathlene “Cathy” A. Johnson, 62 of McArthur, Ohio, passed away Monday, March 18, 2019 at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. She was born September 17, 1956, in Hot Springs, South Dakota, daughter of the late Elvin and Rose Schoepp Aa... Full story

 

John Frederick Alexander

John F. Alexander, 90, Silverton, Idaho, passed away on March 29, 2019, at the Hospice Home in Hayden, Idaho. John was born August 14, 1928, in Webster City, Iowa, to Austin Clayr and Telva Mae (Mattox) Alexander. He graduated from Webster City High... Full story

 

This Week at Your Library

If you received an email from the library saying that you need to change your PIN/PASSWORD with a link to do so, PLEASE DISREGARD! We did not send this email. NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK: April 8 through April 12. Come in and check out YOUR library and all...

 

Peek at the Past

100 Years Ago The Times April 2, 1919 Grant Stuart’s team became unmanageable near the G.M. Williamson ranch last Saturday and threw the driver into a wire fence, cutting and bruising his head in a frightful manner. The victim lay unconscious for a...

 
 By Sarah Pridgeon    News    April 4, 2019

County works to standardize radios

On Tuesday morning, Commissioner Fred Devish kick-started the process of bringing all the emergency response radios in the county in line with one another. The idea, he said, is to standardize radios between fire response, EMS and possibly road and...

 
 By Sarah Pridgeon    News    April 4, 2019

Moorcroft resident guilty on possession charges

Taren White of Moorcroft has been found guilty in Circuit Court on two misdemeanor counts of possession. White was one of two people facing felony charges after police responded to a report of credit card fraud and discovered marijuana and...

 
 By Sarah Pridgeon    News    April 4, 2019

Drug arrest follows back-and-forth vehicle chase4

A Gillette man has been arrested for possession after allegedly leading a Wyoming Highway Patrol trooper on a late-night chase along both the interstate and a graveled county road, at one point driving directly towards the trooper’s vehicle. Jason...

 

Sundance Municipal Court

Speeding – Wade Beringer, SD, 40/30; Casey DiGaetano, Alva, 66/55; Sue Hillard, SD, 65/55; Patrick Howe, SD, 35/30 Speeding in Active School Zone – Derek Thrall, Gillette, 25/20 Expired Drivers License – Nancy Gerving, SD...

 

Sundance Police Report

Mar. 23 – Business and house checks. Officer assisted motorist locked out of her car. Three bar checks. Seven traffic stops. Mar. 24 – Business and house checks. Traffic stop. Mar. 25 – Business and house checks. Officer assisted resident...

 

Circuit Court

Speeding – Gary A. Manuel, IL, 90/70, $145; Laura J. Barker, Newcastle, 82/70, $105; Gary D. Miller, Gillette, 59/45, $115; Wade E. Burr, Gillette, 93/80, $110; Barbara J. Gantz, Hulett, 78/65, $110; Casey A. Bond, UT, 91/80, $100; Mickey L. Maas,...

 

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, In last week’s Sundance Times (March 21), the Editor, in the column “Our View” first defines a conservative as someone who stands on his or her own two feet, who contributes to society, who earns his or her own living and who is...

 

This Side of the Pond

As long-time readers of this column may recall, I view the concept of space travel with appropriately starry eyes. To me, it is among the more vital components of our collective future that we...

 

Chapel of Faith

For with You is the fountain of life; In Your light we see light. Psalm 36:9 Often in life you find yourself in places or positions you never dreamed possible. Some are most desirable and sought after and others are lowly and despicable. Regardless... Full story

 
 By Sheila McGuire    News    April 4, 2019

Lack of regulations, testing options lead to hemp seizures in Evanston

EVANSTON — On March 6, Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon signed legislation making hemp possession and production legal within the state, which was welcome news to those who view hemp as an agricultural commodity and a possible economic benefit to...

 

Wyoming News Briefs

Wyoming economy still “modestly” improving CHEYENNE (WNE) – Wyoming’s economy continues to improve following an energy bust years ago, but the state has only recovered about a third of the jobs lost during that time. An economic analysis...

 

More hunters choose Wyoming for elk hunting

Hunters seeking a western adventure continue to choose Wyoming to pursue elk. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department saw an increase in non-resident elk applications for the 2019 season. Nonresidents submitted 23,750 applications, a 2.9 percent...

 

Applications open for two women's outdoor camps

It’s not the typical girls’ weekend, but it could be one of the most memorable. Applications are open now for two Becoming an Outdoors-woman camps. The weekend workshops, known as BOW, are hosted by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to teach...

 

Spring Aboard: Wyoming Game and Fish encourages boaters to take a boating education course

It may not feel like boating season yet, but the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, along with boating safety advocates nationwide, urges boaters to enroll in a boating education course this spring. The Department is participating in the national...

 

Game and Fish announces appointments for three leadership positions

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has filled three leadership positions. Angi Bruce will serve as the new deputy director of external operations, the first woman to hold the position in Game and Fish history. Rick King was selected as the new chie...

 

Devils Tower climbing routes temporarily closed to protect falcons and climbers 

Climbing routes on the west face and southwest shoulder of Devils Tower National Monument are temporarily closed to protect nesting Peregrine and Prairie Falcons. The closure is implemented to...

 

Page Down

Our Family of Publications Includes:

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2019