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Ed Strube recognized for life-long work on Braille Trail

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016
Ed Strube, former Niobrara resident and longtime member of Casper Mountain Lions Club was totally surprised at a recent meeting in early August, which he assumed was just another work party night. A stone monument had been placed on the Lee McCune Braille Trail on Casper Mountain (named to honor a Casper Mountain Lions Club member). It

Health Fair blood draw is this week

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016
The annual Niobrara Health Fair Blood Draw is scheduled from 6 am to 9am this Thursday, September 15 and Friday September 16 at the Niobrara Fairgrounds Auditorium.  If you miss these dates you will have to wait until this time next year to take advantage of the great prices on blood lab work.  The most common test, the HealthScreen/TSH/Direct LDL/Ferritin

Community church service and 9-11 memorial

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016
On Sun. the Niobrara County community came together to celebrate first responders in our community in remembrance of Sept. 11, 2001. Many of the churches came together to present a community church service and 9-11 memorial service at the fairgrounds followed by a potato-bar-carry-in lunch.
During the services, first responders such as the Lusk Police Dept., the Niobrara

A reptile at the dinosaur party

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016
On Saturday September 10 a fundraiser was held for Todd Hoelmer, Lusk's local ‘dinosaur guy'. Hoelmer, an archeologist, who lost much of his life's work during the flood, suffered severe medical issues recently and locals Katelynn Miller and Shawna Robinson planned a fundraiser in hopes to defray some of the medical costs. According to Miller, a little over a thousand

LPD Prostitution Sting

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016
On 09-11-2016 The Lusk Police Department conducted a prostitution sting at the Ranger Apartments. After a lengthy investigation, the Police Department set up an operation utilizing an undercover officer, who posed as a client. After making contact with the suspect, identified as Raegyn Palmer, she agreed to perform sexual acts for money.
The Lusk Police Department arrested Palmer and

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