• Hageman announces run for governor

    Goshen County native Harriet M. Hageman will wrap up a nine-city tour of the state this week as she announces her plans for a bid for the governor’s office of Wyoming.

  • EWC first day enrollment up 23 percent

    Following a work session that included discussions on workforce development as well as preparations for the 2020 accreditation, the Eastern Wyoming College Board of Trustees settled in for a short evening that held some exciting news regarding enrollment.

  • Earthquake reported Saturday south of Guernsey

    Magnitude 2.5 trembler shakes portions of Platte County over the weekend.

  • Council streamlines catering, beverage permit process

    The Wheatland City Council wants to make it easier to obtain the required permits for temporary catering and malt beverage sales in the community.

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  • Religion

    Discover Your Self-worth

    Every person on earth needs to know they matter—they need to know they’re valuable and they mean something to someone.

  • Community

    Melanie Stoll treks off on The World Race

    Last summer, Melanie Stoll (father Wade of Stoll’s Taxidermy; mother Rosetta of The Wild Whisk) began her quest to go on an 11-month trek with The World Race, a missionary organization based in Atlanta. After earning the more than $17,000 she needed to provide pay for travel, lodging and food, this North Carolina transplant left Wyoming and the U.S. on quite an adventure.

  • Community

    Consumer advocate talks phone service in remote area

    Wyoming Office of Consumer Advocate held informational meetings last week in Lusk and Wheatland to discuss the ongoing investigation of Century Link. Customers have been complaining to the commission about their poor phone service in Sybille Canyon and Lusk.

  • Obituaries

    Margaret Dreas

    Margaret “Peggy” Dreas, of Chugwater, our beloved mother, wife and friend passed away peacefully and gracefully, with her loving husband by her side on Jan. 13, 2018.

  • Sports

    Lady Vikings lose two close ones

    The most painful part of the Lady Vikings loss Saturday to Hulett was knowing they could and probably should have won the game.

  • Sports

    Vikes drop home heartbreaker

    The Viking boys lost a heartbreaker last Monday night (Jan. 8) when a two-point bucket could have given them their first win of the season. But Edgemont, S.D. came to Guernsey and slipped off with a 45-44 win, leaving the Vikes with that awful realization that they let one get away.

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    Public Notice No. 10097


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    Public Notice No. 10093


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