Local News

Crook County weight restrictions now in effect

The Crook County Board of Commissioners have put into effect Spring Weight Restrictions on the following pavement surface roads. The following roads will be posted, six ton per axle weight limit: Moskee County Road #207 from Interstate I-90 to the…

Hunter education class free for the public

By Sarah Pridgeon The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will offer a Hunter Education and Safety class at the end of the month, free of charge to the general public. Any person who is interested in achieving hunter certification is…

Poker runners

(Jeff Moberg photo) Despite a frigid start, a good turnout was on hand Sunday for the Bear Lodge Snowmobile Club’s Jeremiah Jundt Memorial Poker Run. This year’s event drew participants from around the region and just over 80 hands were…

District calls for Common Core Standards support

Stutzman: Bill to ditch standards is ‘throwing out the baby with the bathwater’ By Sarah Pridgeon   With the Legislature considering a bill that could see the Wyoming Common Core Standards ditched completely, Superintendent Byron Stutzman and Curriculum Director Teresa…

Region mourns passing of respected judge

By Sarah Pridgeon The flags of Crook County flew at half mast on Monday to mark the passing of Judge Fred Dollison. Highly respected for his legal work in the community, filling the judge’s shoes will be a challenge for…

Council moves ahead with projects and tax plans

By Sarah Pridgeon Upcoming tax questions were high on the agenda at this month’s regular meeting of the Sundance City Council. Other projects, such as the Croell Redi-Mix headquarters and vacation of a section of 12th Street, continued to move…

Erickson takes on city maintenance role

By Sarah Pridgeon Mac Erickson is a man who enjoys a challenge. Already a bareback riding champion of national renown, he now takes the reins of the Sundance Public Works Department as its newly appointed director. Fortunately, Erickson has a…