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Hunters urged to submit blood samples from elk for brucellosis research

Wyoming elk hunters in brucellosis monitoring areas are urged to submit blood samples and other information about elk they harvest. As a thank you, hunters will be entered into a raffle to win high-quality outdoor equipment. The Wyoming Game and Fish...

 

Double check licenses, safety requirements before hunting

When fall hits, hunters can get caught up anticipating their season. But, before putting boots on the ground, make sure to have the current, correct and required licenses, stamps and permits, safety gear and proof of hunter education. “It’s easy...

 

Evanston schools seek dismissal of gun lawsuit

EVANSTON — Uinta County School District No. 1 has filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit filed against the district over Rule CKA, which allows for approved staff to carry concealed firearms on district property. The lawsuit was filed on Aug. 26 by...

 

Second potential buyer emerges for Contura mines

GILLETTE — In a span of less than 36 hours, hundreds of former Wyoming Blackjewel LLC coal miners have gone from wondering if the Eagle Butte and Belle Ayr mines would ever reopen to wondering who they may be working for when they reopen. Two...

 

Wyoming News Briefs

No patient data at risk in Gillette ransomware attack GILLETTE (WNE) — There is no indication that any patient data was compromised by the Friday ransomware attack that has disrupted Campbell County Health’s computer systems, said Matt Sabus,...

 

Patriots continue winning streak

The Upton-Sundance Patriots continue to dominate the football field as they walked away with another victory over the Tongue River Eagles on Friday night. Leading the charge for the Patriots was Jayden Caylor with a 23-yard run into the endzone, foll...

 

Bulldogs run at Custer

The Bulldog runners traveled to Custer this past weekend to compete in the Custer Invite. Leading the way for the Bulldog Varsity boys was Hunter Skeens, placing eighth among 54 runners with a time of 19:51. Not far behind was Jaydon Davis, coming...

 

Lady Bulldogs take State Golf

The SHS Lady Bulldog golfers claimed the top spot this weekend at the 2019 2A Wyoming State Golf Championships in Lusk with Sheridan Schubarth taking first individually among all the girls in the...

 

Lady Bulldogs dominate Wolves and Panthers

The Lady Bulldogs hosted Moorcroft on Thursday night in a Northeast Conference volleyball match. The Bulldogs started out with the momentum and never looked back. Senior Bulldog Laney Dungey had a hot...

 

Patriot future looks bright

Junior Varsity Patriots continue to demonstrate success on the field. Wins over Newcastle and Campbell County leave the Junior Varsity Patriots undefeated to date, which adds to our vision of a great...

 

Alternative Program students visit traveling Genghis Khan exhibit

Ever wonder who the greatest empire builder of the world was? The students in the Alternative Program at Hulett are studying just that, by comparing many leaders throughout history including Attila...

 

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