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This Week at Your Library

FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY OPEN HOUSE LUNCHEON Thursday, June 27 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. This luncheon is free to the public in appreciation for all the community support shown to the library this past year. Come enjoy some incredible food and good...

 
 By Jonathan Gallardo    News    June 6, 2019

Judges question decision not to provide attorneys in misdemeanors

GILLETTE — Circuit Court Judges in Wyoming are not supportive of the state Public Defenders Office’s decision to not represent people who have only been charged with misdemeanors. It’s been a month since State Public Defender Diane Lozano...

 

Wyoming News Briefs

Casper man arrested after standoff CASPER (WNE) — A Natrona County special response team responded to a domestic assault call northwest of Casper on Sunday, arresting a 51-year-old man after a two-and-a-half-hour standoff. The Natrona County...

 

SHS Honor Rolls

Quarter 4 Seniors Chyanne Ranee Downey Madison Rae Gill Jaye Lyn Gustafson Lauren Olivia Haiar Tanner Lance Hofland Laramie Josiah Holst William Ray Inghram Klel Abon Johnson Micah Lynn Kammerer Aaron Matthew Kanode Gage Nicholas Leveque Drake Allin...

 
 By Sarah Pridgeon    News    June 6, 2019

Where did this one come from?

A clutch of 31 chicks huddled together at the courthouse last week while they waited to move into their very own barn at the fairgrounds, near the Crook County Extension Office greenhouse. The chicks...

 
 By Sarah Pridgeon    School    June 6, 2019

Summer rec begins

School is out and summer is here, bringing with it the annual opportunities for young members of the Sundance community to stretch their legs and learn new skills with friends. From soccer to arts and crafts, there will be something for every child...

 

Keyhole State Park partners with Audubon Society for bird banding events

Join the Audubon Society and aid in the banding of birds at Keyhole State Park, June 6, 15 and 27 just below the dam adjacent to the Rocky Point Campground. The operation begins at 6 a.m. and continues until approximately noon, or whenever the...

 

Annual voluntary rock climbing closure begins at Devils Tower

An annual voluntary closure for rock climbing at Devils Tower will be in effect through the month of June. June 1-30, visitors are strongly encouraged to refrain from climbing on the Tower out of respect for the spiritual and cultural significance...

 

Devils Tower to host special presenters this summer

Devils Tower National Monument and the Devils Tower Natural History Association present a spectacular family fun summer! Ranger evening programs occur Sunday through Thursday, from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Special guest performances Friday...

 

Crook County Natural Resource District

Crook County Natural Resource District (CCNRD) May 7th Regular Board Meeting Minutes CALL MEETING TO ORDER The meeting was called to order at 12:04 pm by Chairman Wayne Garman at the Sundance USDA Service Center, 117 South 21st Street, Sundance,...

 

Crook County Natural Resource District

Crook County Natural Resource District (CCNRD) Special Board Meeting Minutes from May 29th of 2019 CALL MEETING TO ORDER The meeting was called to order at 8:07am by Chairman, Wayne Garman, via phone, for the special meeting located at the Sundance...

 

Hulett Chamber of Commerce

The Hulett Chamber of Commerce met on June 4, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. at the Hitchin Post Café. Present were Kim Somervold, Melissa Bears, Cindee Vitto, Catharine Cardarelli, Lily Altaffer, Loretto Pruess, Julianna Byrd and Bunny. Meeting was brought to o...

 

Hulett Airport Board

The Hulett airport met on June 3, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. Present were DJ Wolfskill, Marvin McAmis, Julie Baker, Melissa Bears, and Jim Neiman. Absent were Joe Ortner and Daryl Baker. Financial - $12,704 in checking Members of HDR and TDO were in the...

 

Storing bread for maximum freshness

Do you enjoy fresh bakery bread or making it yourself? A loaf of bread purchased at a supermarket is made with preservatives, which serve to prolong the product shelf life. Homemade bread made without added preservatives will grow mold quicker than...

 

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