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Fire Fighters Auxiliary to hold meeting Oct. 13

The annual reorganization meeting of the Crook County Fire Fighters Auxiliary (CCFFA) will be held Thurs., Oct. 13, 6:30 p.m. at Crook County Saloon. The newly constructed mobile kitchen will be available to the general public for tours starting at 5:30 p.m.…

SHS plans Homecoming events

By Gia Julian, SHS Student Council Next week – October 3 through the 7th- is Homecoming for Sundance High School and the students and staff are already excited for the upcoming games and school activities. All students were invited to…

Convention weekend

The weekend of Sept. 16-18, Sundance Laureate Tau hosted the State Convention of Beta Sigma Phi with 68 women attending representing chapters from around the state and Billings, Montana. Many stories, ideas and giggles were shared over the scrap books telling of activities,…

Athletes support prostate cancer awareness

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. In support, Sundance High School football players are wearing a prostate cancer ribbon on their helmets. Help us “Tackle Prostate Cancer” this season by consulting your doctor about prostate cancer screening guidelines including PSAs…

Pink event

Help support cancer awareness by getting your “PINK” on at the football game September 23. The game will be Sundance at Upton with a 7 p.m. kick-off. Athletes will be sporting pink during the games. There will be prizes (iPod,…

Adult readers

Crook County Library’s Adult Summer Reading Program ended with exciting prizes drawn in August. First place, a night’s stay at First Gold Hotel in Deadwood went to Michele Pridgeon. Second place, dinner for two at Guadalajara’s in Spearfish, Jan Galloway.…

Fire restrictions still in effect

By Sarah Pridgeon Fire Warden Gari Gill has issued a reminder for residents ofCrookCountythat there is still a very high danger of fire in the area during this time period in the area and that the burn ban remains in…

Redistricting plans meet state-wide disagreements

By Sarah Pridgeon Discussions regarding plans to redraw Wyoming’s legislative districts to address population shifts have revealed state-wide dissent over how counties should be split. Two statewide plans have been submitted, along with nine local plans for specific regions or…

Fees waived for National Public Lands Day on September 24

The National Park Service will waive fees for entry to all sites that charge entrance fees to encourage all Americans to visit our national parks. Devils Tower National Monument Superintendent Dorothy FireCloud invites the public to visit America’s First National…

Sundance zoning never approved

By Sarah Pridgeon During the September meeting of the Sundance City Council, it came to light that the zoning map of the City of Sundance has never been approved, and is therefore not officially in use. As it is believed…