• Glendo discusses budget, blight

    GLENDO — The Glendo Town Council took no action at its regular meeting April 11 since a quorum was not present, but they discussed some issues and said they would have a special meeting at 1 p.m. Wednesday for a budget session.

  • April 26 designated Severe Weather Awareness Day

    CHEYENNE – Every year, severe weather kills hundreds of people and injures thousands across the United States. In Platte County, residents see many of these killer hazards, ranging from tornadoes to floods to fire and everything in between.

  • 100 Years Ago

    Taken from the files of the Wheatland Times April 10, 1918 C.W. Goodrich will soon build three thoroughly modern five-room brick houses on the block immediately south of the grade school.

  • Chugwater tap water in tasty top 10

    CHUGWATER — Chugwater proved it has some of the best tasting water in the country when it placed first in Wyoming, then in the top 10 at the Great American Water Taste Test held Feb. 7 in Washington, D.C.

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  • Sports

    UW men 2nd, women 6th at CSU rodeo

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — The University of Wyoming men’s rodeo team put together its strongest performance of the season in taking second place at the Colorado State University rodeo in Fort Collins on April 6-8.

  • Sports

    Two Lady Buffaloes compete in Wheatland

    WHEATLAND – Led by Cyndee Fortick’s fifth-place finish in the long jump, the Chugwater girls track team took eighth in the team standings last Wednesday at the Wheatland Invitational.

  • Community

    CPR

    The Workforce Development office at Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington is offering a CPR/First Aid/AED/BLS class on April 25 from 5-9 p.m.

  • Community

    Stephens graduates basic training

    U.S. Air Force Airman Craig B. Stephens, the son of Carla and Charles Stephens, of Wheatland, graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas, according to a news release issued by Joint Hometown News Service on March 28.

  • Community

    Apply by May 7 for FBI Denver Teen Academies

    DENVER – Learn how agents discover evidence at crime scenes, conduct investigations and make communities safe. Do those things and more during two Federal Bureau of Investigation Teen Academies in Denver on June 13 and Aug. 3. Deadline to apply is May 7.

  • County

    100 Years Ago

    Taken from the files of the Wheatland Times April 17, 1918 Nine new silos will be built on the Wheatland Flats with the total capacity of storing 1500 tons of feed. County Agent Tedmon is pleased to report that so far as he knows, every field of grain planted so far this season has been seed treated for smut. He expects this to cause a considerable increase in crop yields.

  • Community

    Hunter safety course fills up quickly

    The hunter safety class offered last week at Eastern Wyoming College Wheatland Outreach campus filled up immediately.

  • Religion

    Be quiet

    Life is a journey and every day we have many decisions to make. We want to make the correct decisions, and to make them accord to what the Bible says.

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