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New Lusk residents sighted in vicinity

Posted: Thursday, Jul 17th, 2014
LUSK - The town of Lusk has recently reported seeing new residents in areas surrounding town. Over the last month, several bighorn sheep have been spotted. Although seeing these animals near Lusk is exciting, it also causes the Wyoming Game and Fish Department some concern.
"These bighorn sheep are traveling across the state line from a population

NCDC welcomes new detention officer

Posted: Thursday, Jul 17th, 2014
Niobrara County Detention Center has a new detention officer. Rosie Mazac attended and graduated from the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy on June 26.
Mazac dispatched for approximately a year for NCDC and transferred to detention almost two years ago. . " I liked dispatch but detention is a little more exciting sometimes," said Mazac.
Before being accepted into

Niobrara County 4-H’ers compete at State 4-H Showcase Showdown

Posted: Thursday, Jul 10th, 2014
Niobrara County had nine 4-H members participating in the State 4-H Showcase Showdown held in Laramie, June 25th through the 27th.
To start the home team off with a bang, Meghan Proctor was selected to represent Wyoming at the National 4-H Club Congress in Atlanta, GA this November. This is one of the highest honors any 4-H member can

4-H Family Consumer Science Activity day held

Posted: Thursday, Jul 10th, 2014
Wow! Another Activity has come and gone. On Thursday, June 19th the second 4-H Family Consumer Science Activity day was held. There were 17 members that attended and 5 guests. Seven adults helped put on the activity day. This activity day showed the members the precautions to use when cooking with eggs, foodborne illnesses, and ways to separate egg whites

June Willson Read, PhD, presentation at Stagecoach Museum

Posted: Thursday, Jul 10th, 2014
During a visit to Wyoming in 1981, for the purpose of interviewing for a job, June Willson Read, PhD spent time in Lusk visiting family. It was at the same time as the Dell Burke Estate Sale was being held. She realized people were sharing many stories about Dell Burke before and during the sale. She felt

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