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Raber not guilty of aggravated assault by vehicle

Lesley Raber has been found not guilty of aggravated homicide by vehicle but guilty of the lesser charges of homicide by vehicle and improperly making a left hand turn. The jury was asked to decide based on the evidence: was Raber driving recklessly...

 

Tumbling down

A semi truck rolled over and descended the verge alongside I-90 on Sunday. According to Lieutenant Tim Boumeester, Highway Patrol, the incident was a single-vehicle crash and the cause has not yet...

 

RER announces Synchron share purchase

Current shareholder Synchron has made an additional share purchase in Rare Element Resources (RER) totaling just over $5 million, according to George Buyers, Consultant. RER believes this represents a high level of confidence in the viability of the...

 

Sundance Equipment changes hands

The same John Deere equipment sits on the lot and the same smiling faces wait to greet customers, but the sign over the door has changed. The implement dealership that was known as Sundance Equipment for many years has joined the Grossenburg Implemen...

 

Drain improvements

Work began this week near Sundance State Bank to fix the drainage and storm drain issue that has been plaguing that spot. According to Public Works Director Mac Erickson, the project was scheduled in...

 

Alberta Cox

Alberta Cox, 91 of Moorcroft, WY passed away on October 20, 2019 at Spearfish Regional Hospital. Arrangements are pending with Fidler-Roberts & Isburg Funeral Chapel of Sundance. Online condolences may be written at www.fidler-isb... Full story

 

Peek at the Past

100 Years Ago The Times October 22, 1919 J.J. Belshe in the city Monday stated that mining of coal was begun at his mine that morning, the new machinery having been installed. It is very probable that there will be a steady and urgent demand for the...

 

This Week at Your Library

Falls are the leading cause of death in older adults. Here are some things you can do to help decrease your chance of falls: 1. Install grab bars for safety. They are not a sign of old age; they are smart safety! 2. Dress safely by putting on your pa...

 

Aladdin social

The annual Aladdin Homemaker Ice Cream and Pie Social was held October 12 at the Aladdin Community Hall. The Homemakers and friends supplied over 50 pies and two gallons of ice cream. By 4 p.m. all...

 

Crook County Sheriff's Office

Oct. 14 – VIN check. Two traffic stops. Deputy assisted stalled motorist. Deputies assisted Wyoming Highway Patrol in looking for possible drunk driver; unable to locate. Detention Deputy did fingerprints x2 for outside employment. Deputy assisted...

 

Circuit Court

Speeding – Earnest R. Acuna, Gillette, 78/70, $86; Felicia Tutu, CA, 101/70, $200; Justin M. Stetz, Casper, 85/75, $90; Tanya R. Bastida, CA, 90/80, $90; Sarah L. Engel, Gillette, 85/75, $90; Tammy L. Hess, 29/20, $85; ; Jarrod W. Anderton, TX,...

 

Sundance Police

Oct. 12 – House watch and business checks. Officer investigated possible runaway sighting; not valid. Three bar check. Oct. 13 – House watch and business checks. Three traffic stops. Oct. 14 – House watch and business checks. Two traffic...

 
 By Mike Enzi    Opinion    October 24, 2019

Comfortable won't cut it when it comes to retirement security

Retirement is a milestone many look forward to but do not want to confront. It is estimated that only 40 percent of working adults have calculated the income they will need for retirement, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute. This...

 

Wyoming News Briefs

Black bear euthanized in Story SHERIDAN (WNE) — An adult male black bear was euthanized by Game and Fish personnel in Story after it broke into a secured shed near a residence. Game and Fish received a report from a Story resident on Oct. 11 that...

 

Blackjewel mine sale closes, some employees called back to work

CASPER — The sale of two Powder River Basin coal mines owned by bankrupt operator Blackjewel closed Friday, leading the new owner to begin mobilizing furloughed employees after nearly four months of limited communication. The closure of the sale...

 

Sundance students attend FCCLA Fall Leadership Conference

Sundance joined more than 500 FCCLA student leaders, members, and advisers at the Ramkota Conference Center in Casper, WY on October 16, 2019 to participate in the annual FCCLA Fall Leadership...

 

Bulldog cross country wins conference

The conference cross country meet took place on Friday in Hulett. Facing off against four other teams and some tough hills, the Sundance Bulldogs were able to run away with a conference champion and t...

 

Another win for Patriots

The Upton-Sundance Patriots improved their record to 7-1 overall and 5-1 in the conference as they shut out Pine Bluffs 35-0 this past weekend. In true Patriot fashion, the offense continued to put points on the board as the defense shut out the...

 

Lady Bulldogs win over Wolves

It was senior night in Sundance on Saturday as the Lady Bulldogs took on the Wright Panthers for the final home game of the regular season. Energy on the floor was not lacking as the first serve went...

 

SHS Honor Roll

Seniors Molly Marie Amann Tyson S. Bjornestad Austin Daniel Bush Laney Kay Dungey Darcy Rae Flahaven Kayla Rose Fowler Tessa Lou Hughes Teddi Madison Marchant Trayton Dean Middleton Joshua Brent Nehl Joleen Grace Pollat Tairyn Michelle Richards...

 

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