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 By Grace Moore    News    December 19, 2019

Council ends year with clean slate

In the absence of Mayor Bill Cunningham, Mayor Pro-Tem John Cook presided over the Pine Haven Town Council meeting last Tuesday night. With no guests requesting the floor, the governing body listened to staff reports and approved all necessary...

 
 By Grace Moore    News    December 19, 2019

Seniors take on tech

The senior center in Moorcroft hosted an informal technology class last Thursday with Faith Anderson and Levi Lawery. Moorcroft Senior Center Board member Donna Ricks explained that the MHS seniors...

 

Legal changes to vehicle titles effective Jan. 1

The beginning of the year will bring two notable changes to the process of titling a vehicle. It will now be possible to set up the paperwork for joint ownership such that only one signature is needed to transfer that title on; it will also become le...

 
 By Grace Moore    News    December 19, 2019

Christmas on the Green

Pine Haven’s 14th annual “Christmas on the Green” celebration, sponsored by the Pine Haven Beautification Alliance was held at “R” Place last week. Only about 35 guests attended, said...

 

Douglas Dale Adams

Douglas Dale Adams age 72, of Moorcroft, WY passed away Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at Close to Home Hospice, Gillette, WY. “Today as I think about the end of my journey being in the not too distant future, I feel no need for a funeral service... Full story

 

Kim Rehbein

Funeral services for Kim Rehbein, 63 of Sidney are at 10 a.m., Tuesday, December 10, 2019, at the Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church in Sidney with Pastor David Huskamp officiating. Interment will be in the Richland Memorial Park Cemetery, Sidney... Full story

 

PRECorp returning member capital credits

In late December, the Powder River Energy capital credit retirement “refund” will be processed. This process returns a portion of the money members paid for electric usage during chosen years. Some Powder River Energy members will receive a...

 

Powder River Energy Foundation gives $10,000 to local organizations in special Holiday giving

In keeping with its annual Holiday giving program, the Powder River Energy Foundation recently donated a total of $10,000 to charitable organizations in the five-county area of northeast Wyoming. “The Foundation’s mission is to demonstrate our co...

 

State Briefs

Man accused of stealing from ATMs faces federal charges CODY (WNE) — A Brazilian man is now facing federal criminal charges for allegedly stealing nearly $8000 from Park County ATM machines in recent weeks. Allisson Bebiano, 29, is facing three...

 

Moorcroft Interfaith Community Food Pantry serves many

The Moorcroft Interfaith Community (MIC) has released the numbers for those served through their Food Pantry in November. In November the MIC served 100 persons through the food pantry. Of those, six were senior citizens, 52 were minors and 42 were...

 

Microscopes

The advance biology classes are using one of the greatest tools for researching cells. After learning how to use the microscopes, the students gathers water samples from puddles, stock tanks, Keyhole...

 

Sensational start for Wolves wrestlers

The Wolves competed at the Lusk Invitational wrestling tournament this past Friday and came away with a first place finish as a team and five individual champions. This was the first tournament of...

 
 By Dusty Petz    Sports    December 19, 2019

Lady Wolves off to a good start

The Lady Wolves traveled to Burns for the Burns Winter Classic over the weekend. On Thursday, the Wolves played the home team, Burns Broncs. Moorcroft got out to an early lead and ended the first quarter 10-1 and the half up 22-11. The Broncs closed...

 

Wolves travel to Burns Winter Classic

To kick off the basketball season, the Wolves traveled to Burns to play in the Burns Winter classic. This is a lot of basketball in three days with seven games in that time; varsity played four and the junior varsity played three. The junior varsity...

 

Circuit Court

Speeding – Padgett G. Cameron, CO, 86/80, $82; Conner D. Hall, ND, 82/70, $105; Evan J. Matthews, CA, 81/70, $110; Brian A. Sheeley, Sheridan, 85/75, $90; Jasonus R. Tillery, TX, 84/75, $88; Wilnaldo H. Paz, Sundance, 107/80, $180; Domingo G....

 

Crook County Sheriff's Office

Dec. 2 – Five VIN checks. Paper service. Deputies did search and rescue. Deputy did house watch. Fire page. EMS page. Deputy assisted motorist. Detention Deputy fingerprinted two subjects. Deputy investigated report of trespassing. Deputies...

 

Supreme Court upholds traffic stop that resulted in marijuana find

CHEYENNE — A man who claimed his Fourth Amendment right was violated during a traffic stop had a Wyoming Supreme Court opinion issued in his case last week. The Supreme Court affirmed Laramie County District Judge Steven Sharpe’s decision to...

 

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