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Congressional office hours Nov. 9

Robin Bailey, Denise Canfield and Matt Jones, Field Representatives for U.S. Senators Michael Enzi and John Barrasso and Congressman Cynthia Lummis are scheduled to hold “Office Hours” in Sundance, Hulett and Moorcroft on Wednesday November 9. The representatives will be…

Pipeline construction to begin in the spring

By Sarah Pridgeon Construction of the 525-mile Bakken Pipeline, which will stretch from the Bakken Shale in North Dakota and Montana to the Overland Pass Pipeline between Wyoming and Kansas, is set to begin in spring 2012. According to Brad…

Local triumph for public arts program

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By Sarah Pridgeon Three bronze sculptures were unveiled during a dedication ceremony at the Northeast Wyoming Welcome Center on Friday. Depicting a mountain lion and two young fawns, the sculptures are the sixth project to be completed under the State…

Burn ban lifted

Thanks to improved weather conditions, the county-wide burn ban has been lifted. Crook County Fire Warden Gari Gill noted that he appreciated everyone’s efforts in complying with the ban and suggested anyone with questions about other burn permits can contact…

Symonds retirement open house next week

Peggy Symonds will be retiring as Crook County 4-H Program Associate October 31. Peggy came to this position in June of 2001 with 35 years experience as a 4-H leader and as an alumni in Crook County 4-H. Tom and…

SHS Royals

SHS seniors Thomas O’Connor and Allison Kerkvliet were crowned as this year’s Homecoming King and Queen during coronation festivities on Thursday evening. Joining the royal couple (from left to right) are royal court members Derek Yeadon, Derek Malo, Robin Moore…

New subdivisons discussed at City Council meeting

By Sarah Pridgeon This month’s regular meeting of the Sundance City Council, which took place on September 6, brought news of a large potential increase in local residential lots. As well as approving Council Member Sheryl Klocker’s proposed South Meadows…

City improvements continue on schedule

By Sarah Pridgeon Ongoing city improvement projects, including the Sundance Kids’ Daycare center, West Street stream crossing and Cole Water Storage Tank, were discussed at Tuesday’s regular meeting of the City Council. The new daycare center, according to City Clerk-Treasurer…