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Local Platte County youth do well at SkillsUSA Nationals

ATLANTA, GA – The group of kids from Platte County started four years ago with only a handful of students. In four years’ time, the group has gone over 60 in number, they have done everything from remodeling a vintage Guernsey building, began work on the oldest YMCA in Wyoming and have had an adviser in Troy Reichert who was awarded the Wyoming adviser of the year in April, I was selected the Region 5 adviser of the year. Winners from all 5 regions in the United States were recognized on stage and given a plaque. The adviser from region 1 was selected national adviser of the year.
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Flag retirement ceremony in Guernsey proceeded despite windy conditions

GUERNSEY – Guernsey held a short flag retirement ceremony June 14 at the VFW building despite the windy conditions. VFW is Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the auxiliary includes the spouses, children or grandchildren of the veterans. “To belong to the VFW, you had to have had your boots...
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Geodome being built at Wheatland High School

WHEATLAND – Stepping into the Ecology area at Wheatland High School is similar perhaps to what Henry David Thoreau experienced when he would go to write overlooking Walden’s Pond. Although Wheatland High School doesn’t boast a glacial lake, the twin ponds in the Ecology area adjacent to the...

Lobos win four of six on the road

WHEATLAND – The Lobos have rebounded from early season loses and have found their sweet spot in the the last six games crossing the plate 36 times and garnering 46 hits. Considering a let-down game to Douglas who nearly no-heat the Lobos, those stats were mostly gathered in five games.
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Are we pleasing God?

I am getting calls from people who need understanding about the signs of the times and how to live through all the wickedness going on around us. How do we please God in all the tragedy? The Bible has all the instructions we need to follow. They will bring us through whatever is coming. Remember, our Lord knows about the unknowns that come our way. Seems like every day a new tragedy happens. Gloom and doom is everywhere, but we must not allow ourselves to fall into the trap of the media. Let’s purpose in our heart to see all this from God’s perspective. It's found in His Word!

Unknown talent sprung forth, blossomed into a business

WHEATLAND – Although not having any previous training in art, Lalonda Baker found a passion for it and following that, led her to opening Fine Art Framing, where she paints and frames, inspired by her life experiences and firm faith in God. Baker, besides working as a receptionist for...

Elmira man charged with DWI after crash

Police arrested an Elmira man following a one-vehicle crash. According to a news release, State Police in Horseheads arrested Joseph J. Harper, 27, of Elmira for driving while intoxicated. The single car motor vehicle crash occurred in the town of Veteran. While interviewing the driver, the trooper detected a strong...

Pony Express rides strong and hard

GUERNSEY—Nary an entrepreneur has been able to avoid a failed venture—short-run businesses are not unusual for a variety of reasons. The latest idea often ends up on the cutting room floor and America was literally built on the premise of who could come up with a better mousetrap. Ideas come and go and often with little fanfare—tossed into the bin of the forgotten and rarely mentioned again, if ever.

Public Notice No. 8242

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ANNUAL APPROPRIATION FOR THE TOWN OF LINGLE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2022 TO JUNE 30, 2023. I, Richard Reyes, Clerk/Treasurer of the Town of Lingle, Wyoming do hereby certify that Ordinance No. 361 was read by title, on this third and final reading at a Regular Council Meeting held June 22, 2022 and passed with the Mayor and four Council Members voting AYE.

Meeting decorum, homeowner responsibilities discussed at Lingle council meeting

LINGLE – The Lingle Town Council convened for its second meeting of June on Wednesday, June 22. Councilmembers A.J. Lambert, Kathy Wilhelm, Brandie Cook, Micah Foster and Mayor Al Unverzagt were present. Town clerk Ritch Reyes, pool manager Brandi Hill, town supervisor Larry Haeffelin, town attorney Anna Barnes and police Chief Endra Andrews were present, as well. Fire Chief Kasey Bangerter was absent.

Your Wyoming Sunrise: Friday, June 24, 2022

**For All Things Wyoming, Sign-Up For Our Daily Newsletter***. Today’s Wyoming sunrise was taken by Mike Evans of Fort Laramie, Wyoming. Mike writes: “I was north of Fort Laramie near the Kaispiere Hills. I was up there at 4:30 to see the planets all lined up. Pretty neat to see the alignment, so stuck around for the sunrise.”

Both Wheatland’s Trap Club and Rodeo do well

WHEATLAND – Wheatland High School 2022 graduate, Garrison Utter won the USA Clay Target League Environment and Conservation Education scholarship. Each year in honor of their founder, Jim Sable, the USA Clay Target League awards post-secondary education scholarships to qualified student athletes that are participating in the spring season.