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Korean War medal presentation ceremony in Wheatland

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 27th, 2016
WHEATLAND - A ceremony to award the Republic of Korea Ambassador for Peace Medal to Platte Valley Korean War veterans or their surviving family members, who were previously approved to receive the medal, will take place at 10 a.m., Aug. 2 at the Platte County Legacy Home, located at 100 19th St., Wheatland, Wyoming.

This award is only

Students solve real-world problems in the classroom

Modified: Wednesday, Jul 27th, 2016
WHEATLAND - Two Wheatland High School Freshmen are getting into the entrepreneurial spirit.
Raegan Harnish and Jaime Wardell have created a way for renters, handicapped, and seniors with limited mobility to have their very own garden. They presented their creation at the Senior Outreach Center last Wednesday.
The students used PVC fence panels that were left over after an old

Glendo gears up for Eclipse

Posted: Monday, Jul 25th, 2016

GLENDO, The countdown is officially starting for 10:24 a.m., August 21, 2017, the day a full solar eclipse will be able to be seen from Glendo. While the event is still over a year away, organizers in the area are entering their third year of preparation for the influx of travelers the eclipse is expected to bring

Wyo. Army Guard holds Governor review day at Camp Guernsey

Posted: Monday, Jul 25th, 2016
Staff Sgt. Meredith Vincent
Public Affairs Specialist
197th Public Affairs Detachment

The Wyoming Army National Guard was on full display to Gov. Matt Mead and a crowd of spectators Saturday afternoon at the Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center, as more than 800 soldiers gathered on the camp's parade field for a review ceremony.
The ceremony is a long-held

Gilmore takes music to international scene

Posted: Monday, Jul 25th, 2016
CHEYENNE, Former Wheatland resident Martin Gilmore has discovered that music knows no boundaries, and that cultural differences are quickly bridged with mutual love of bluegrass tradition. 
Martin, who grew up in Wheatland, has worked for several years at Swallow Hill Music, a Denver-based music school and concert venue, and has built a career as a professional musician.
Recently, he and

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