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NCHS boys split with LFL and Burns

Posted: Thursday, Feb 11th, 2016
After a pair of wins last week, the Tigers let one slip away at Lingle Friday before rebounding to defeat Burns on Saturday. The loss to the Doggers doesn't hurt NCHS in the conference standings, as they now stand at 4-1 in the 2A SE Region.
Friday at Dogger Gym it was a sloppy game, as neither team could put
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Proclamation signed

Posted: Thursday, Feb 11th, 2016
Mayor Patricia Smith (center) signs the proclamation declaring February 8, 12 Career and Technical Student Organizations Week. On hand to witness her signature are FBLA and FCCLA Officers (seated from left) FBLA President Lexie Dockery and FCCLA President Nick Johnson. (Back from left) FBLA Parliamentarian Garrett Wurdeman, FBLA Reporter Jasmine Christianson, FBLA and FCCLA Secretary Makayla Waldock, and FCCLA Vice
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Keeping it green and clean

Posted: Thursday, Feb 11th, 2016
The Town of Lusk Recycling program has some exciting news. Along with the current recycling company Waste Management Recycling the town also welcomes to the recycling team WYCO. WYCO is young company started in 2015 by Charles Atchison and Brian Heuer. The company is currently serving severals states including Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska, and Colorado. The addition of WYCO will
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Keeping it green and clean

Posted: Thursday, Feb 11th, 2016
The Town of Lusk Recycling program has some exciting news. Along with the current recycling company Waste Management Recycling the town also welcomes to the recycling team WYCO. WYCO is young company started in 2015 by Charles Atchison and Brian Heuer. The company is currently serving severals states including Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska, and Colorado. The addition of WYCO will
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Bridge building begins

Posted: Thursday, Feb 11th, 2016
One of the biggest structural damages that occurred during the June 4, 2015 flood, was the overpass bridge on the north side of Lusk.  The bridge is an important travel route along Highway 85, and with it being completely annihilated, there was cause for concern with how traffic should be directed without affecting business downtown.  The beginning of June is
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Dreams do come true

Posted: Thursday, Feb 11th, 2016
A dream has finally come true for local resident Karen Jassman and her brother Johnny Krein. Karen has been a Denver Bronco fan her entire life, so when the Broncos won the AFC Championship game which entitled them to play in Super Bowl 50 she made up her mind that she would be going to the game. Karen has
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Dreesen graduates 18th D.A.R.E. class

Posted: Thursday, Feb 4th, 2016
D.A.R.E. officer Sean Dreesen presents the 2016 D.A.R.E. graduating class. I could not have asked for a better birthday present, to celebrate my 18th DARE graduation," said Dreesen. Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) is an international substance abuse prevention education program that seeks to prevent use of controlled drugs, membership in gangs, and violent behavior. Congratulations to the graduates and
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Adventurous afternoon for scouts

Posted: Thursday, Feb 4th, 2016
Cub Scout Pack 216, had a fun afternoon planned for their weekly meeting held last  Wed. after school.  The pack consists of six first graders and their Den Leader, Amy Swisher, and a parent volunteer.  The scouts have several requirements they must finish to earn their badges for the season.  Last week, they were required to go on a nature
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