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LVFD attends Riverton Fire School

Posted: Friday, Jan 20th, 2017
Over the weekend of January 6, some of the members of the Lusk Volunteer Fire Department attended the Riverton Fire School. Those members included Fire Chief John Eddy, Sean Leimser, Danny Matney, Chantry Filener, Duke Lashmett, Royce Thompson, and Doug Lytle. The firefighters were able to choose from a list of classes that they wanted to take in advance where

Clinic and Library Foundation team up to read

Posted: Friday, Jan 20th, 2017
The Rawhide Rural Health Clinic presented the Niobrara County Library Foundation Board with "Thank You" cards colored by the Lusk Early Childhood Center to thank them for their donations to the clinic's "Raising Readers Program." The Raising Readers Program is meant to encourage parents to read to their children by teaming up with providers who "prescribe" books for children during

Afterschool programs

Posted: Thursday, Jan 12th, 2017
The Niobrara County Library's winter afterschool programs began January 9 for grades K-1 with everyone's favorite monkey, Curious George! Featuring stories, crafts and activities the program will be held on Jan. 23, 30, Feb. 6, 13, 27 from 3:20 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
On Jan. 10 and continuing through Feb. 28 the 2nd and 3rd grade programs will feature Space

Rodgers celebrate 65 years of wedded bliss in December

Posted: Thursday, Jan 12th, 2017
Eleanor and Jess Rodgers celebrated their 65 th wedding anniversary on December 29, 2016.
Eleanor Whitaker and Jess Rodgers were married December 29, 1951 at Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Rapid City, SD. Jess's aunt and uncle, Francis and Helen Kolego stood up with them.
She was born and raised in Converse County, the daughter of Ruth and Walter Whitaker.

Life Leadership offered

Posted: Thursday, Jan 12th, 2017
The University of Wyoming Extension and the Niobrara Chamber are excited to present Life Leadership in Niobrara County. This is a community based leadership program that focus's on enhancing leadership skills as well as connecting Niobrara County residents with Local, Regional, and State-wide resources. The program will begin January 11, 2017 at 9:00am at the Niobrara County Fairgrounds. To

Locally-Grown: Rough N Refined coffee shop

Posted: Thursday, Jan 12th, 2017
"The small businesses that made America the envy of the world were largely made up of a dynamic, rugged, bright, hard-working lot of entrepreneurs, who fought for the common hope of us all; The American Dream",Jack Speer-Williams.
Rough N Refined is Lusk's personal, locally-grown coffee shop owned and operated by Chantry and Amy Filener. Filener's, who have lived

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