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Lusk’s newest business, Higher Ground opening soon

Posted: Thursday, Apr 24th, 2014
LUSK - Local residents will soon be able to move to Higher Ground with ever leaving town.
Lusk's newest business venture, a coffee shop called Higher Ground will soon be open in Rawhide Drug, according to Rawhide Drug owner Kirk Bemis.
According Bemis, who grew up in Nebraska and has been a Lusk resident for about eight years, the

W.W.C. announces employees of the year

Posted: Thursday, Apr 24th, 2014
The Wyoming Women's Center recently announced the facility's employees of the year. Officer Lindsey Weger and Mr. Thomas Atchinson were named for their significant contributions to their departments, leadership, performance and attendance.
Atchinson, who holds the title of Activities Coordinator, has demonstrated an inclusive work ethic, flexibility, and creativity that have greatly benefited the overall WWC offender population and therefore, WWC staff.  He has continuously

And the winner is

Posted: Thursday, Apr 17th, 2014
The winner of the "Name the pool" contest was announced Fri. April 11 at LEMS. Mayor Pat Smith, Councilman Mark Kupke, Lusk Public Works Supervisor Todd Skrukrud and pool manager Danielle Eichenberger presented certificates to the winner and to Mrs. Zerbe and Mrs. Lambert's kindergarten classes for their participation in the contest.
Tia Allbright was named the winner of

Local resident celebrates 106 years

Posted: Thursday, Apr 17th, 2014
In 1908, Theodore Roosevelt was President of the United States. A ball signifying New Year's Day dropped in New York City's Times Square for the first time, Georgia introduced a law prohibiting alcohol, a 46th star was added to the United States flag representing the state of Oklahoma and Mother's Day was observed for the first time, at Andrew's Methodist

Fire damages home

Posted: Thursday, Apr 17th, 2014
On Sunday April 6 the home of Michelle and Cody Kremers was damaged by fire believed to have originated from a fireplace or chimney. The family was not home at the time.
The Kremers home is located approximately 10 miles from Lusk on Kirtley Road. Michelle discovered and reported the fire at about 8:30 p.m. Lusk Volunteer Fire

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