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Crook County Tourism industry reports growth in 2018

Travelers spent $33.8 million in Crook County during the 2018 visitor season, says a report released by Dean Runyan and Associates in partnership with the Wyoming Travel Industry Coalition. “That’s up from $19 million in 2004,” says Steve...

 

Sundance Shootout coming to the golf course

If watching Tiger win the Master’s was of any interest to you, you need to know about a fun local event on Friday, June 7. Ten of the top golfers from the area will be on display for you to follow and root for as they compete in the second annual...

 

Sundance Police Report

May 11 – House watch and business checks completed. VIN inspection. Three bar checks. Eleven traffic stops. May 12 – House watch and business checks completed. Two traffic stops. May 13 – House watch and business checks completed. VIN...

 

Circuit Court

Speeding – Rita A. Conzelman, Gillette, 84/75, $88; Jeremy S. Rivas, WA, 92/75, $130; Oscar E. Fragozo, OH, 90/80, $90; Robert G. Wenger, Devils Tower, 78/65, $110; Rena M. Maller, Upton, 84/70, $115; Hannah K. Wise-Maas, WA, 90/80, $90; Cole D....

 

Crook County Sheriff

May 13 – Four VIN checks. Two paper services. Deputy assisted stalled motorist. Deputy investigated traffic complaint. Deputy investigated animal complaint. Deputy investigated complaint of drug possession; citation issued. Deputy responded to...

 
 By Greg Johnson    News    May 23, 2019

Wyoming Energy Authority taking shape

GILLETTE — The state is moving to merge the Wyoming Infrastructure and Pipeline authorities into a single Wyoming Energy Authority, and lawmakers want to make sure doing so won’t lose any of the expertise held by the former organizations....

 

Wyoming unemployment falls to 3.6 percent in April

The Research & Planning section of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services reported today that the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell from 3.7 percent in March to 3.6 percent in April. Wyoming’s unemployment rate was lower...

 

Wyoming News Briefs

State’s first solar power trade group forms GILLETTE (WNE) — The cost of installing solar power has dropped 70 percent in the last ten years and Wyoming solar installs have increased accordingly. In response to this growth, installers around the...

 

Correction: Pipeline

In last week’s issue in the story regarding Oneok’s Elk Creek Pipeline, we incorrectly referred to the pipeline in question as an oil pipeline. Once in service, it will carry natural gas liquids....

 

Correction: Graduation section

The graduation section has been reprinted and is included in this week’s paper. We received incomplete information so the section in last week’s paper was missing two students....

 
 By Rebecca Maupin    Sports    May 23, 2019

Great showing at state meet

The Sundance track and field team competed in the state meet this past weekend. "Despite the cold and blustery weather, each of the athletes set a personal record in at least one event," Bulldog coach Julie Cross stated, "we run better in the cold...

 

Junior High Golf

CY Middle School Invitational – Casper Boys Individual: Kaedyn Fletcher – 57 Ashtyn Powe – 66 Spencer Lubken – 70 Parker Speidel – 71 Kaden Moore – 73 Wyatt Fiedor – 74 Shane Tenke ...

 

Athletes of the Year

Sundance High School Athletes of the Year for 2018-2019: Tanner Hofland and Madison Gill. Madison was All-Conference, All-State, Bulldog Award and MVP for Volleyball; All-Conference, Bulldog Award,...

 

Pixley qualifies for world's largest junior high rodeo

Sundance’s own Austin Pixley has qualified to compete at the world’s largest junior high rodeo in South Dakota on June 23. Seventh grader Pixley will compete in the ribbon roping event at the National Junior High Finals Rodeo in Huron. Pixley...

 

Crook County Special Olympics

The Crook County Special Olympics participated in State Special Olympics on May 8-11. They participated in basketball, track and swimming. State Games consist of 700 athletes and partners, 200 coaches...

 

Keep cutting boards clean

It's not just your hands that need washing before, during and after food preparation. Anything that touches your food can be a source of contamination and foodborne illness – including cutting boards. No matter the material of your cutting boards,...

 

CCLUP&ZC

CROOK COUNTY LAND USE PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION Regular Meeting Minutes Roger Connett Darryl Baker Chairman Vice-Chairman May 13, 2019 Members Present: Members Absent: Visitors: Staff: Chairman, Roger Connett Vice-Chairman, Darryl Baker Paul &...

 

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