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Whitetail Creek associate to see jury trial

By Sarah Pridgeon   Eight people associated with Whitetail Creek Outfitters at Devils Tower have faced charges of more than 150 violations of Wyoming statutes over the last few months, but only one will go on to jury trial. Bradley…

Candidate forum available online

Members of the community who were not able to attend the Farm Bureau Candidates Forum on Tuesday evening have the opportunity to review the event online, courtesy of Sundance High School. The forum was live streamed to allow the district’s…

Homecoming game

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(Jeff Moberg photo) Cole Inghram and Hunter Woodard help tackle Gillette’s Drew Wangler during Thursday’s Homecoming game. The Patriots dominated the contest with a 60-8 win over the Gillette sophomore squad. Tweet

Election: Should UW trustees be from Wyoming?

Legislators, Lindholm weigh in on proposed amendment By Sarah Pridgeon   Voters will be asked to decide the future of the University of Wyoming’s Board of Trustees at the upcoming general election. Should the governor have the power to appoint…

Projects, events top council agenda

By Sarah Pridgeon At this month’s regular meeting, the Sundance City Council heard that substantial completion has now taken place on the infrastructure portion of the Croell Redi-Mix headquarters project. The company is working on clean-up issues before final completion,…

Coronation night

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Skyler Wagaman and Angela Reed (center) were crowned as this year’s Homecoming King and Queen at Monday night’s coronation ceremony. They were joined on stage by fellow candidates (left to right, back row): Zoran Rosencranz, Trevor O’Brien, Brooklyn Fossen and…

Council sets transfer station rates

By Sarah Pridgeon An initial rate schedule has been approved for residents who haul their garbage to the transfer station. The fees were approved at this month’s regular meeting of the Sundance City Council, although they may be reconsidered after…

In search of a good crowd

Locals see monthly events as way to make Sundance a regional draw By Sarah Pridgeon   Could Sundance become a regional and tourist destination for weekend entertainment? Through monthly events, says Steve Lenz, the Chamber of Commerce is hoping to…

Environmental groups challenge Strata Energy uranium mine

(Sarah Pridgeon photo) Gena Parkhurst of Rapid City addresses the panel of judges during Sunday’s session regarding Strata Energy’s uranium mining permit.

By Sarah Pridgeon   The Nuclear Regulatory Commission held a limited appearance statement session in Sundance last weekend. The intention was to hear local input on three environmental challenges to Strata Energy Inc.’s license for its in-situ uranium recovery facility…

Museum District hopefuls

By Sarah Pridgeon   With three open seats available for the Crook County Museum District, a write-in candidate will be campaigning to join the two names on the ballot for the Board of Trustees. Catherine Cardarelli and Pam Thompson will…