• Wheatland man faces meth charge

    WHEATLAND — A Wheatland man has been charged with conspiring to deliver methamphetamine, according to 8th Judicial District Court documents.

  • County joins PILT lawsuit

    WHEATLAND — The Platte County Commission decided to participate in the PILT payments class action lawsuit against the federal government during the commission’s regular meeting July 3.

  • WYDOT gives road update

    WHEATLAND — The Wyoming Department of Transportation held its annual informational meeting with the Platte County Commission during the commission’s regular meeting July 3 to discuss upcoming State Transportation Improvement Program projects over the next six years.

  • Promise or problem?

    Dear Judy, Many of my Christian friends and I are dealing with all kinds of problems. I see this “Oh poor me” attitude arise in us all. You know the attitude – “I’m the only one going through this awful stuff.” Some of the issues are health and some are finances. How do I help myself and my friends stay out of griping and grumbling all the time?

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Melanie Stoll July 13 blog

This blog follows Melanie Stoll’s missionary trek on The World Race. She is the daughter of Wade and Rosetta Stoll, who own Stoll’s Taxidermy and The Wild Whisk in Wheatland. This is the 19th installment printed in the Record-Times. Read Stoll’s entire blog and see photos at melaniestoll.theworldrace.org.

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Stoll-en moments in Panama

“The Ngobe Indians are an amazing group of people who live in one of the most beautiful places in the world,” Melanie Stoll states in her blog. These photos feature Ngobe Indians in Tugri, Panama. Stoll posts photos on her blog at melaniestoll.theworldrace.org.

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    Public meeting next week to discuss proposed fee increases for Wyoming state parks

    A series of public meeting are scheduled at various locations in Wyoming to take public comment on a proposed Wyoming Division of State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails fee increase, including a meeting in Wheatland next Wednesday.

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    Cheyenne man faces felony charges after weaving

    WHEATLAND — A Cheyenne man has been charged with five felonies after allegedly weaving through the median on Interstate 25 by Wheatland, 8th Judicial District Court documents report. A Platte County Sheriff’s Department deputy was dispatched to I-25 on June 2 on the report of a 2000 Mustang weaving through the median, according to the criminal affidavit for probable cause filed by the deputy.

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    Platte County students listed on UW spring honor rolls

    Platte County students on the honor rolls include: Guernsey Ricquel A. Nedved Austin B. Tyler Wheatland Sierra Marie Amundson Justis J. Borton Makayla Marie Condie Wyatt Jim Dunlap

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    Get radical results by changing your mind

    For many years I went to church faithfully, week after week, but I wasn’t living a victorious Christian life. I read my Bible every day, served on the evangelism board and went door-to-door telling people about Jesus because I really wanted to serve God. But even though I was doing those things, I was still miserable most of the time. While I learned a good foundation about salvation through God’s grace at my church, I wasn’t learning how to change and be transformed into the image of Christ by renewing my mind, according to God’s Word.

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    Crises are opportunities for believers to witness

    Whether or not you are a believer in Jesus, you will face crises in this life. An unbeliever has nothing to lean on for help, but with Jesus as Lord of your life, each crisis becomes an opportunity for witness. When believers stand strong on the promises of God, with faith and hope, unbelievers will sit up and take notice. Sometimes they will ask what makes us so steadfast. We will respond, “In Christ alone!”

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    Platte Players perform ‘Tuna Does Vegas’ on Aug. 15, 16, 17

    WHEATLAND — The Platte County Players, the local community theater, offers a variety of productions every year for members of Platte County to enjoy. They return this summer with the fourth and final play in the Tuna series, “Tuna Does Vegas.”

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    100 Years Ago - July 19, 1918

    Several auto loads of Wheatland citizens accepted the invitation from Slater farmers to participate in a tour of their community, Antelope Gap, and Hudson Valley. Many people in Wheatland do not realize that they “are within an hour’s ride of one of the agricultural miracles in the west” where much hard work has gone into “transforming the arid plains into fields of grain” and creating the amazing prosperity evident throughout the Slater area. (To see the full story and the pictures from this Slater tour, go to Wyoming State Archives Newspapers, then to Wheatland, Wheatland World, 1918, July, 19, Page 3).

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    Platte County Sheriff Reports

    Incarcerations: 77 on July 16 Local inmates: 51 Out of jurisdiction: 26

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