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  • Music competition

    Apr 4, 2024

    Hulett hosted the NE District Junior High music solo/ensemble festival recently. Students from Arvada/Clearmont, Tongue River, Kaycee, Wright, Twin Spruce, Sage Valley, Moorcroft, Upton, Hulett, Conestoga Elementary (Gillette) and Paintbrush Elementary (Gillette) were involved in approximately 200 performances for vocal, string and instrumental judges. Susan Kostenbauer from Sundance Elementary and Todd Kahler served as two of the five judges. Hulett Booster Club provided refreshments. Hulett...

  • CCMSD appoints new Hulett trustee

    Sarah Pridgeon|Apr 4, 2024

    Bob Richey resigned his position as the Hulett trustee for Crook County Medical Services District last week and was immediately replaced with the appointment of Robin Hibbard. “I have his resignation with me today,” said Trustee Sandy Neiman, who told the board that Richey has stepped down due to personal circumstances. In the letter he submitted to the board, read by Neiman, Richey said, “It has been my honor and privilege to serve on the board but, due to unforeseen circumstances, I will no longer be able to meet my duties as treasurer and t...

  • Youth contest deadline approaching

    Apr 4, 2024

    The Old West Invitational Turkey Shoot is announcing this year’s youth contest. To enter, you must submit any type of creative work related to turkeys. Examples may be a type of writing or music, fabric project, culinary art, drawing, painting, sculpting, metal work, woodworking or any other visual art. Contest is open to Hulett School Youth grades 6 thru 12 (ages 12-18). Participants must have a valid Hunter Safety Course card. Winners will participate in the 14th Annual Old West Turkey Hunt in Hulett and must be available the evening of M...

  • Hulett Branch Library

    Nancy Bowles|Apr 4, 2024

    National Library week is April 7-13. Stop by the library this week and shop our BOOK SALE, join in on our adult coloring contest and other fun contests with prizes being awarded. Cupcakes will be served on Wednesday and Thursday 1-3. NEW FICTION BOOKS: Never Lie by Freida McFadden – Newlyweds Tricia and Ethan are searching for the house of their dreams. They think they’ve found it when they visit the remote manor that once belonged to Dr. Adrienne Hale, a renowned psychiatrist who vanished without a trace years ago. But when a violent win...

  • Crook County Sheriff's Office

    Apr 4, 2024

    Mar. 18 – Six VIN checks. Four traffic stops. Welfare check. Three house watch. Suspicious circumstances. Two sets fingerprints. Project Lifesaver. Two K-9 trainings. EMS page. Mar. 19 – VIN check. Two paper services. Two traffic stops. Four motorist assists. Business checks. Mar. 20 – Three VIN checks. Theft. Three traffic stops. Escort. Two business checks. Suspicious circumstances. Assist other agency. Citizen assist. Fire page. EMS page. Mar. 21 – VIN check. Paper service. Business checks. K-9 sniff. Two EMS pages. Mar. 22 – Four VIN check...

  • Circuit Court

    Apr 4, 2024

    Speeding – Malcolm Delong, Chattaroy, WA, 92/75, $145; Belynn R. Johner, Spearfish, SD, 79/70, $103; Cheye Ann M. Statton, Upton, WY, 79/70, $103; Viktor Yevtushok, Everett, WA, 90/75, $135; Joshua Jordan, Stockbridge, GA, 96/75, $165; Darian Harris, Edwardsville, IL, 102/75, $195 Child Safety Restraint System Violation – Brandan J. Fish, Rapid City, SD, $80 No Valid Title, Registration and License Plates – Joan Wagner, Sundance, WY, $140 Drive While License Cancelled, Suspended or Revoked – Gregory Christian Gallagher, Upton, WY, $450 Fail to...

  • Wyoming News Briefs

    Wyoming News Exchange Newspapers|Apr 4, 2024

    Cheyenne police investigating fatal shooting late Saturday CHEYENNE (WNE) — A man was found dead Saturday night, an “apparent victim of multiple gunshot wounds,” the Cheyenne Police Department announced on Facebook Sunday morning. The identities of the victim and the suspect have yet to be released; however, in a news release sent out Monday morning, the decedent was identified as a 38-year-old male. “The preliminary investigation shows that a loud physical and verbal disturbance occurred between the 38-year-old man and a woman at the apartme...

  • Letter to the Editor

    Apr 4, 2024

    Dear Editor, Members of the Hulett Moore Hill Cemetery Board met recently for a reorganizational meeting. The current board members are Dale Wood, Alan Ista, Allie Spangler and Hannah Ista. The existing school house was built in the early 1900s and it has been noted that at this time some major repairs are needed including new siding. Anyone wishing to assist with this project may do so by contacting one of the board members. Thank you for any help you may wish to contribute. Sincerely, Moore Hill Cemetery Board Members...

  • Social security's top five scam awareness articles

    Josh Weller, Social Security Public Affairs Specialist in Denver, Colorado|Apr 4, 2024

    Did you join us for Slam the Scam Day in March? If so, you know how important it is to raise awareness about government imposter scams. That’s why we want you to have all the information you need to protect yourself. Check out our top 5 scam awareness articles below: 1. We work with our Office of the Inspector General (OIG) to protect you from scams that use Social Security as bait. In How We Protect You from Misleading Advertising and Communications, we detail what to do if you receive a suspicious advertisement or imposter communication. P...

  • Lander-based outdoor school NOLS sheds jobs, announces closures

    Katie Klingsporn, WyoFile.com|Apr 4, 2024

    Just four years after the COVID-19 pandemic upended operations at the National Outdoor Leadership School, the nonprofit wilderness school and staple of Wyoming's outdoor landscape has announced plans to shed jobs and close satellite facilities. NOLS, a global operation and major Fremont County employer with headquarters in Lander, will eliminate 60 jobs as well as suspend operations at three of its campuses come fall. The bulk of the layoffs, 42, will directly impact staff; the remaining 18...

  • Game and Fish cuts tags, keeps ewe, lamb season for Gros Ventre bighorns

    Billy Arnold, Jackson Hole News&Guide Via Wyoming News Exchange|Apr 4, 2024

    JACKSON - This fall, Game and Fish will issue a third as many tags for hunting female and juvenile bighorn sheep in the Gros Ventre Range after winter weather and mountain lion predation in 2023 culled the herd. Following helicopter surveys in 2023 and 2024, biologists believe there are about 400 sheep dwelling in the mountains east of Jackson Hole, which is the Wyoming Game and Fish Department's objective for the herd. That's a far cry from 2021 and 2022, when the number of far-sighted sheep...

  • Pronghorn productivity declining in Wyoming

    Zak Sonntag, Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange|Apr 4, 2024

    CASPER - Wyoming is home to a whopping 50% of the world's pronghorn, the iconic ungulate so named for its laterally flattened, blade-like horns. But that may not be the case forever, as a new study shows that Wyoming is becoming a less friendly place for pronghorn to foster offspring. A team of researchers this week published a study showing that pronghorn herds in the Cowboy State are experiencing long-term declines in productivity as a result of two primary factors: oil and gas development...

  • Bid

    Apr 4, 2024

    Legal Notice Invitation to Bid Crook County Road & Bridge is seeking bids for supplying and delivery of Magnesium Chloride for the CMAQ Dust Mitigation Project. The bids are due by April 22nd at 11 am. Please visit the Road & Bridge office; call 283-1441; or download the full bid package at crookcounty.wy.gov. Bring your complete bid packets to the Road & Bridge office or mail to PO Box 995, Sundance, WY 82729. Bid opening will be at the County Road & Bridge Office on Monday April 22th at 11:00 am. Bids received after this time will be...

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