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  • Learning about the sea

    Apr 25, 2024

    Local children's author Ruth Musgrave presented two programs for the community and students at the GHCC. Musgrave has written several books about sea animals and other wonders of the deep sea. Students enjoyed the presentation and asking the author great questions about her books and her knowledge of undersea animals. The program was sponsored by the Hulett Branch Library....

  • Family loves the library

    Apr 25, 2024

    The Hulett Public Library would like to congratulate the Wolfskill Family as they are the Patron Highlight this month. They are all avid readers and have participated in the Library Summer Reading Programs as well as other programs. They continue to watch the kids as they grow over the years. What they had to say about the library: Natalie: "I love the library because there are so many books to lose yourself in and when I'm done reading them, I don't have to find a place to store the books."...

  • Invitation to Bid:

    Apr 25, 2024

    Invitation to Bid: The Town of Hulett, Wyoming will accept sealed bids for the purchase of Lot 1 in Red Devil Drive Addition Phase 2 to the Town of Hulett, Crook County, Wyoming, according to the recorded plat, consisting of approximately 4.70 acres zoned commercial. The minimum acceptable bid for this lot will be $400,000 payable in cash at closing. The Lot will be sold in "as is" condition, with no warranties except as to title. Bids must be received in a sealed envelope labeled Lot 1, Red...

  • Wyoming GOP censures Gov. Gordon over gun, property tax vetoes

    Maya Shimizu Harris, wyofile.com|Apr 25, 2024

    CHEYENNE-The Wyoming Republican Party voted Saturday to censure Gov. Mark Gordon following his vetoes of two bills passed by the Legislature early this year. The full body at the GOP's state convention adopted the censure on a consent list, meaning they approved the resolution along with several others and didn't debate the action. However, one delegate did attempt to pull the resolution from the list. The adoption follows the state GOP resolutions committee's narrow approval of the censure on...

  • Deadline for declaring party affiliation approaches

    Sarah Pridgeon|Apr 25, 2024

    Filing opens for this year’s elections in a couple of weeks and, for the first time in Wyoming, this event will also mark the deadline by which you must declare or change your party affiliation before the primaries.Filing opens on May 16 and will run for two weeks, until May 31. The day before filing opens, May 15, is your final opportunity to declare your party affiliation. If you want to vote for either Republican or Democratic candidates in this year’s primary, you must be a registered voter for that party; if you are not affiliated, your ba...

  • Veterans' assistance available

    Apr 25, 2024

    A State of Wyoming veterans service officer from the Wyoming Veterans Commission will conduct community outreach services around Wyoming cities throughout May. Sandy McFarland is available to meet with veterans and their families to discuss state and federal veterans’ benefits, Department of Veterans Affairs claims or VA healthcare. McFarland can also help veterans and their families apply for benefits, file claims or request healthcare. Her office is located at 551 Running West Dr., Ste. 100, in Gillette, and she will be available at the f...

  • Circuit Court

    Apr 25, 2024

    Speeding – Desiree Monger, Gillette, WY 80/75, $15; Clate Dawson, Mt. Vernon, OR, 80/75, $15; Joseph Soutor, Gillette, WY, 80/75, $15; Scott Clark, Mount Vernon, WA, 80/75, $15; Joshua Siordia, Colorado Springs, CO, 83/70, $125; Kyle Hoerst, Morrow, OH, 87/75, $120; Spencer B. Anderson, Spearfish, SD, 79/70, $103; Marco Ramirez Godinez, Rapid City, SD, 92/75, $145; Luke R. Norris, Moorcroft, WY, 70/65, $65; Travis Hammons, Englewood, CO, 80/70, $105; Benjamin Buck, Crossville, AL, 91/75, $140; Cassandra Callahan, Black Hawk, SD, 97/80, $145; J...

  • Crook County Sheriff's Office

    Apr 25, 2024

    April 15 – Seven VIN checks. Two paper services. Five traffic stops. Alarm. Fingerprints. Three motorist assists. Animal complaint. Prisoner transport. Welfare check. Fraud. Fire page. Two EMS pages. April 16 – VIN check. Two fingerprints. Three traffic stops. Disturbance. Business check. Three EMS pages. April 17 – VIN check. Paper service. Traffic stops. Two suspicious circumstances. Two assists to Moorcroft Police. Fingerprints. Four EMS pages. April 18 – Four VIN checks. Paper service. Traffic control. Trespassing. Information. Fingerp...

  • Hulett School Scoreboard

    Apr 25, 2024

    JH Golf at Douglas – Apr. 15 Boys: 4. (tie) Zaide Bears 43 10. (tie) Haydon Ritchie 56 McCoy Strong 57 Gavin Harrison 65 Tommy Bauman 78 HS Golf at Douglas 5. (tie) Zaide Bears 43 Haydon Ritchie 56 McCoy Strong 57 Gavin Harrison 65 Tommy Bauman 78 HS Track at Center of the Nation Invite, Belle Fourche Girls 100M – Kyera Roberts 15.92 Girls 800M – 8. Izzy Fosheim 2:57.97, Ali Jay 3:19.50, Brooklynn Palus 3:21.81 Girls 1600M – Jay 7:17.15, Palus 7:31.37 Girls High Jump – 6. Cornett 4-6 Girls Long Jump – Roberts 13-0.5 Girls Triple Jump – 3. F...

  • Saving yourself: Fire 101

    Sara Fleenor, UW Extension Educator|Apr 25, 2024

    The County Commissioners are an elected board that determines budgets and makes decisions about issues that affect citizens in the county, as well as oversee several county departments. The board directly governs several operations such as Road and Bridge, fire districts and county maintenance for entities such as the fairgrounds, library, public health, and the courthouse. Each department has a department head or manager that reports to the commissioners. As such, the infrastructure of rural counties such as Crook County does not include...

  • Wyoming News Briefs

    Wyoming News Exchange Newspapers|Apr 25, 2024

    Six fatal crashes so far in Campbell County this year GILLETTE (WNE) --- So far in 2024, 21 people have died in 18 fatal crashes in Wyoming. A third of those crashes, which resulted in six deaths, happened in Campbell County. In 2023, there were 11 fatal crashes in Campbell County. In 2022, there were seven. 2021 had four fatal crashes, and 2020 had eight. Campbell County Sheriff Scott Matheny said when it comes to these crashes, “it randomly spikes and sometimes it doesn’t.” The first crash wasn’t until Jan. 30, then there was another one abo...

  • Don't let ticks steal warm weather enjoyment

    Apr 25, 2024

    With tick season quickly approaching, the Wyoming Department of Health says simple steps can help state residents protect themselves and their family members from potentially serious tick-borne illnesses. Courtney Tillman, an epidemiologist with WDH, said past records show people typically start seeking medical help due to tick bites in May. Diseases sometimes spread by infected ticks in Wyoming include tularemia, Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF) and Colorado tick fever (CTF). Tularemia symptoms include fever, swollen and painful lymph...

  • Bids

    Apr 25, 2024

    ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that the Town of Hulett will receive and accept bids only through QuestCDN.com via their electronic VirtuBid online bid service until 1:00 PM, local time, 14 May 2024, and a bid opening will be held at Hulett City Hall, 401 Sager Street, Hulett, WY, for materials, labor, equipment, services & complete construction of the Town of Hulett’s Red Devil Drive Addition Phase 3. The Engineer’s opinion of probable construction costs ranges from $1,720,000 to $1,760,000. The work consists of installing 382...

  • School District Warrants

    Apr 25, 2024

    Crook County School District # 1 Notice is hereby given that the Crook County School District #1 Board of Trustees issued warrants for the following bills exceeding $500.00 at the regular meeting of the board held on APRIL 15TH, 2024 IN SUNDANCE, WYOMING. To Whom Paid Purpose of Expenditure Amount General Fund A & B WELDING SUPPLY CO INC Supplies $801.05 ABLE LLC Consulting Services $2,330.00 ADP LEMCO INCORPORATED Replacement Parts $778.00 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES Supplies $2,142.02 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES Supplies $11,645.38 AT&T MOBILITY...

  • District

    Apr 25, 2024

    PROCLAMATION OF ELECTION OF THE PROPOSED YELLOWSTONE L&R RANCH IMPROVEMENT AND SERVICE DISTRICT PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Crook County Commissioners have directed that an election shall take place on the organization of the proposed Yellowstone L&R Ranch Improvement and Service District. DATE OF ELECTION: The election shall take place by mail ballot on August 20, 2024. WHO CAN VOTE: W.S. 18-12-102(a)(vii) provides that “Elector” or “voter” means a person who is a qualified elector or an owner of land in the district, including any corpora...

  • Surplus

    Apr 25, 2024

    PUBLIC NOTICE (Sale of Surplus Property) Items for sale: 1985 Ford Truck (Fire Truck) VIN # 1FDPC80K3FVA18991 6,281 miles 160 hours Ran when parked 4 years ago The Town has the right to refuse any and all bids For more information or to view items call town hall 467-5771. Bids will be open at the town council meeting May 1, 2024 at 7:30 p.m. Publish: April 18 and 25, 2024...

  • Cook-off and cornhole at first fairground fundraiser

    Sarah Pridgeon|Apr 25, 2024

    The Crook County Facilities Department is introducing an annual fundraiser to support its ongoing goal to make the fairground an enticing destination for events both familiar and new. “It’s going to start building our pot of money for the future,” says Jasmyne Bryant, Event Coordinator. “We’ve been going after grants for some of our fairground improvements and part of that is that we do have to match money.” The proceeds from this fundraiser will kick-start a fund through which the department can continue its work to update and improve the...

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