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  • Crook County kids participate in Ag Books for Kids 2024

    Jun 13, 2024

    The Crook County Farm Bureau Federation promoted a program called Ag Books for Kids in the Crook County elementary school classrooms. This year's book was "Seed, Soil and Sun" by Cris Peterson. The purpose: to instill the knowledge that many of our daily necessities come from agriculture! American agriculture provides us with the food we eat, the clothes we wear and so much more. "Donating accurate agriculture books to Wyoming elementary schools has been the goal of the Wyoming Farm Bureau...

  • Hulett Semester 2 Honor Rolls

    Jun 13, 2024

    A Honor Roll Sixth Grade: Samantha Amdahl, Hannah Willems, Citabria Wolfskill Seventh Grade: Cedar Palm, Madison Willems Eighth Grade: Tommy Bauman, Laiah Daniels, Jocelynn Didier, Jolee Jay, Gabriella Jordan, Aiden Williams Freshman: Duncan Letellier Sophomores: Dylan Williams, Vella Wyka Juniors: Andi Hostler, Ellie Jay, Elizabeth Jordan Senior: Ahnya Ivie A/B Honor Roll Sixth Grade: Raylynn Edinger, Lacey Jay, Paxton Pravecek, Clara Riley, Danylee Schaefer, Lilah Wendling, Jaxton Wolfskill, Staisha Wolfskill Seventh Grade: Jasmine Didier,...

  • Americanism

    Jun 6, 2024

    The American Legion Auxiliary Unit #80 of Hulett hosted the Americanism Contest this year. Students Kindergarten through twelfth grade are invited to participate in the contest. This year grades K-2 had patriotic coloring pages. Grades 3-5 wrote poems. The theme was "The Meaning of the Red, White and Blue on Our US Flag". Grades 6-12 were asked to write essays. There were no entries in the Essay Contest. The winners of the coloring contest were: Kindergarten – 1. Lucille Neiman, 2. Dillion F...

  • Lions Club scholarships

    Jun 6, 2024

    The Hulett Lions club scholarships were given to Ahnya Moody who received the main scholarship from the Lions club in the amount of $1000. The other three students were awarded scholarship money from a donation the lions club received. The Lions Club was able to give them as well: Aislinn Riley-$500, Carson Amos-$250 and Abby Palus-$500....

  • Wyoming Reads celebrates literacy with area first graders

    May 30, 2024

    Crook County first graders from Hulett, Moorcroft and Sundance gathered at the Crook County School District central office gym on Tues., May 21 for the 19th annual Wyoming Reads celebration in Crook County. Due to the rainy weather, it was moved from the traditional Devils Tower location. After a sack lunch, area coordinator Bonnie Stahla, Crook County Library Director, read the story of The Good Queen Sue in memory of Sue Jorgensen with the help of all the first graders. Part of the...

  • HiSET graduation

    May 30, 2024

    The 2024 HiSET high school equivalency graduation for the Sundance College and Career Readiness Center, Eastern Wyoming College, was held on May 20. EWC adult ed programming is free of charge to participants. Pictured left to right: Callie Allred, Director of the College and Career Readiness Center, Eastern Wyoming College, Torrington; Logan Dirks, Hulett; Bryce Olson, Aladdin; Brad Hoyer, Sundance; Travis Hawley; Maryjane Swearingen, Upton; Warren Black, Hulett; Ayme Ahrens, Sheridan, Eastern...

  • Goodbye class of 2024

    May 23, 2024

    The commencement exercises for the Hulett graduating class of 2024 were held last Sunday at the Hulett high school. 16 seniors participated in the ceremony and received their diplomas. Guest speaker was teacher Josh Willams. Valedictorian was Ahnya Ivie- Moody with salutatorian being Kaydence Westover. All gave profound and heartfelt speeches. Diplomas were handed out to the seniors by the Crook County school board. After graduation, a reception was held at the GHCC....

  • Neiman Memorial Scholarship

    May 23, 2024

    This year, the fourth annual Ryan Neiman Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Christian Reilly, who personifies all of the requirements to receive this award. Smokey Mark and Sonnie Neiman presented this year's scholarship....

  • Hulett FFA gets new greenhouse

    May 23, 2024

    A new drip-irrigation greenhouse has been built for the FFA program in Hulett. Edsel Redden, an FFA Honorary American Farmer, brought together a group of volunteers to construct the building. On May 16, students gathered with their Vocational Ag instructor and FFA advisor Taylor Starks to plant towers of vegetables. This facility will provide space for learning and training as students have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of horticulture. Mike Ritchie and Randy Gill gave much help and...

  • Mother and daughter journey through Gillette College nursing school together

    Cassia Catterall, Gillette News Record Via Wyoming News Exchange|May 23, 2024

    GILLETTE - In many ways, Kayla and Kori Amos are entirely different. They don't learn the same. Neither has the same morning routine. Their average day begins hours apart and there's a 20-year age gap between them. Kayla wakes up at 6 a.m. to make sure her youngest, a senior at Hulett High School, is awake and ready to go. Kori may snooze until 8:45 a.m. Kori's week includes time at the Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center where she works as a certified nursing assistant. Kayla drives from...

  • Hulett School Menu

    May 23, 2024

    Breakfast May 13 – Mini waffles, fruit, juice, egg patty, milBreakfast May 20 – Mini pancakes, fruit, juice, turkey sausage, milk May 21 – Cinnamon roll, fruit, Twist and Go smoothie, milk May 22 – Breakfast variety, fruit, Twist and Go smoothie, milk May 23 – Breakfast variety, fruit, cheese stick, milk Grab N Go May 20 – Chocolate oatmeal bar, fruit, juice, milk May 21 – Cinnamon roll, fruit, Twist and Go smoothie, milk May 22 – Breakfast variety, fruit, Twist and Go smoothie, milk May 23 – B...

  • FFA's time to shine

    May 16, 2024

    The annual Devils Tower FFA banquet was held last Wednesday at the Hulett high school.102 people were in attendance. Opening ceremonies were held followed by dinner. The members reported on the past year and gave updates on projects and awards. Greenhand: Dylan Williams, Marshall Munch and Logan Foster Proficiency awards: Poultry – Aislin Riley, Sheep – Ellie Jay, Goat – Myah Cornett, Beef – Elizabeth Jordan, Swine- Karson Amos, Diversified – Ellie Jay, Horticulture – Ellie Jay, Job – Kaydene O...

  • Neiman receives honorary doctorate from BHSU

    May 16, 2024

    Jim D. Neiman, president/CEO of Neiman Enterprises, was presented with an honorary doctorate from Black Hills State University at the 187th Commencement Ceremony May 4. The honorary doctorate is the highest honor bestowed by the South Dakota Board of Regents and the universities. The purpose of the honorary doctorate is to pay tribute to worthy individuals and at the same time enhance the universities by such action. Neiman received a Doctor of Public Service. "I have had the opportunity to...

  • Prom royals

    May 2, 2024

    McKyla Strong and Jax Wyka, prom queen and king. See article page 8....

  • State Art

    May 2, 2024

    Hulett students received 18 blue ribbons for pieces at State Art. Additionally, Elizabeth Jordan's photo "Say Cheese" received a First Lady's Award and went to Cheyenne to be displayed in the Governor's residence and Rachel Merwin's "War Horse" received a Congressional Award (placed second out of 25) and also went to Cheyenne to be displayed in the congress building. See the May 2, 2024 gallery "State Art" for more photos....

  • Prom 2024

    May 2, 2024

    Rustic romance was the theme of this year's Hulett Junior/Senior prom. The gym was decorated beautifully for the event and students were dressed elegantly. DJ Andy Bears started the night announcing the grand march followed by the announcement of the Queen and King. The 2024 Queen was McKyla Strong and the King Jax Wyka. After the crowning, parents and friends stayed to visit and take pictures and the after-prom party followed....

  • Financial literacy

    May 2, 2024

    Sundance State Bank staff Whitney Butler, Shelly Elwood and Shane Wolf were welcomed by the senior class at Hulett High School on April 22. In honor of National Financial Literacy Month, they visited with the students about credit scores, credit cards versus debit cards, the process of getting a loan and the importance of building and monitoring credit for a sound financial future. National Financial Literacy Month was first recognized in the U.S. in April 2004. This was done to highlight the...

  • DTNHA offers scholarships

    May 2, 2024

    The Devils Tower Natural History Association is pleased to announce we will be offering two monetary, one-year scholarships, in the amount of $1000 each. Application forms may be obtained from Crook County school counselors or by contacting DTNHA at PO Box 37, Devils Tower, WY 82714, by calling 307-467-5283 x 631 or by email, from Executive Director Sandra Mooney at: [email protected]. Below are the qualifications for the scholarship: • The applicant must be enrolled as a full-time student in one of Crook County’s high sch...

  • State FFA President

    Apr 18, 2024

    Devils Tower FFA member and president Ahnya Ivie-Moody was named the Wyoming State FFA President during ceremonies at the 2024-2025 State convention in Cheyenne last week. FFA members from across the state gathered for the annual event. Members and teams were honored for achievements in their perspective categories and enjoyed guest speakers and activities throughout the convention. The highlight of the evening was the naming of the 2024-2025 officers. Crook County had two students who were...

  • Math masters

    Apr 11, 2024

    A few of the Hulett kids participated in the Wyoming State Math Competition for the Northeast District in Gillette. Results are as follows: Seventh grade (67 participants) – 44. Cedar Palm, 45. Madison Willems, 55. Hearken Cruz Eighth grade (47 participants) – 46. Aiden Williams (Tied for first in the team division) Ninth/Tenth grades (82 participants) – 20. Dylan Williams, 46. Vella Wyka, 51. Ben Harrison Eleventh/Twelfth grades (51 participants) – 21. Justen Foster, 31. Andie Hostler, 32. Ell...

  • 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...

  • Chadron State Scholastic Contest

    Mar 28, 2024

    Earlier this year, students were selected to participate in the Chadron State College Scholastic Contest. Hulett school had two students who participated in the Animal Science Division. Congratulations Natalee Harrison and Karson Amos on their hard work....

  • Field trip to the library

    Mar 21, 2024

    The Hulett first graders got a treat last week: they went to the Hulett Public library for a field trip. The students enjoyed having a book read to them by assistant librarian Jenni Palm. The students were then allowed to fill a bag with all sorts of fun stuff, including pencils, sunglasses, books and even activity books from Devils Tower....

  • Cheer for chili

    Mar 14, 2024

    The sixth annual Hulett Red Devil cheerleader chili supper and fundraiser was held last Saturday at the Greater Hulett community Center. Chili was provided by the Ponderosa and the event had a silent and a live auction. Both auctions had wonderful donations from local and area businesses. The end of the evening a basket and another item were auctioned off with proceeds going to help Katie Moody. Money raised from last year's event covered athletic camps, banners, dinners and other things,...

  • Girls State

    Mar 14, 2024

    Ellie Jay, Hulett, and Shannon Gilmartin, Sundance, have been selected as the 2024 Girls State delegates by the Hulett Roy Montgomery Unit 80 of the American Legion Auxiliary. Janet Cole Lake, Sundance, is the Girls State chair for the local unit. The Wyoming Girls State program is a week-long session of learning about our government – on the city, county and state levels. It is a practical application of Americanism and good citizenship. It was developed from the idea that our youth should b...

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