Archive - Feb 22, 2018

County Clerk Authorized to Hire Part-Time Deputy Clerk

County Clerk Eda Schunk Thompson has been authorized to hire a new part-time deputy clerk and recorder to fill a new, and badly needed, position in her office.

UW Extension Publication Explains Backyard Composting

Information to help gardeners turbocharge soils by backyard composting is available in a free publication from the University of Wyoming Extension service.

John William Ferries

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John William Ferries received the gift of life on August 10, 1923, and after 94 years, the gift of eternal life on February 21, 2018. John was known for his integrity, optimism, and love of family. He grew up on a dairy farm near Wilton, Wisconsin. His youth was spent working with dairy livestock and farming with draft horses; he relished his memory of farm work with his family.

2A/1A Regional Tournament Scores

Big Horn - 57
Glenrock - 54
Final

Tongue River - 40
Pine Bluffs - 81
Final

NSI - 43
HEM - 68
Final

Both NSI and Tongue River move to the consolation bracket with single elimination. Big Horn moves on to the semi-finals.

Demo Day at Arrowhead Lodge Sunday

The community is invited to Arrowhead Lodge on Sunday to take part in a demo day event. The free gathering will include instruction and demos of cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and fat biking.

Dining for a Cause to Benefit The Food Group

For 7 years, Sheridan non-profit The Food Group has been providing weekend meals to kids that may not otherwise get the proper nourishment. The organization has been selected to be February’s recipient of Frackelton’s Dining for a Cause fundraiser.

Wealthy Independent Enters Wyoming U.S. Senate Race

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A businessman who says he's prepared to spend at least $1 million of his own money is entering the race against Wyoming U.S. Sen. John Barrasso.

Jennings Talks “In God We Trust” Bill

A bill that would use donated funds to display the phrase “In God We Trust” in public school classrooms and other government buildings has been approved to see the house floor.

Ski Series: Terry Peak Ski Area

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Photo Credit:Rachael Burr

The President’s Day Holiday weekend gives families, high schoolers, and college students an opportunity to enjoy some winter fun over a long three days.

Thursday 02-22-18

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