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New signs greet travelers and encourage them to ‘Eat Beef’

Posted: Wednesday, May 18th, 2016


CHUGWATER, GLENDO, The Laramie Peak Cattlewomen's Association has placed welcoming signs in Glendo and Chugwater, encouraging travelers and residents alike to "Eat Beef".
LPC President Jan Hyche said the idea for the signs started in January of 2015.
She and then-president Clara Powers learned of the metal signs that FFA students at Glendo High School construct.
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County at risk of flash floods after heavy rain and snow

Posted: Wednesday, May 18th, 2016
WHEATLAND, While sunny skies may be on the horizon, the risk of flash flooding still looms for much of Platte County, with snowpack levels remaining high, even as additional moisture continues to fall across the region.
John Mumm, Hydrographer Commissioner for Wyoming Water Districts 3 and 4C, said that much of the flood risk in the coming weeks will depend
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Wheatland Town Council discusses ongoing issue of feral cats

Posted: Wednesday, May 18th, 2016
WHEATLAND - Feral cats have been an ongoing problem in Wheatland and the issue was brought up at the last Town of Wheatland meeting last week.
It was brought up by longtime residents Jack and Lorna Dinnell The Dinnells live on 10th Street on the north side of town. They have tried multiple ways to rid their property of the
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Still going strong: Slater Women’s Club celebrates 80 years

Posted: Thursday, May 12th, 2016
SLATER, The Slater Women's Club celebrated 80 years on Thursday during their May luncheon, reminiscing on the eight decades they have been active in Platte County.
Longtime member Ruth Irvine was honored at the meeting for her involvement in the club over the years, however, was unable to attend in person.
The Club began in 1936, and has been the
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Still going strong: Slater Women’s Club celebrates 80 years

Posted: Thursday, May 12th, 2016
SLATER, The Slater Women's Club celebrated 80 years on Thursday during their May luncheon, reminiscing on the eight decades they have been active in Platte County.
Longtime member Ruth Irvine was honored at the meeting for her involvement in the club over the years, however, was unable to attend in person.
The Club began in 1936, and has been the
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Wheatland youth head to Maryland for National History Day

Posted: Thursday, May 12th, 2016
WHEATLAND - Five of Wheatland's youth are headed to the University of Maryland to compete in National History Day after winning their division at State this year.
National History Day is an academic competition focusing on history for students in grades 6-12. Students research a topic that relates to the theme of the year. This year's theme is "Exploration, Encounter,
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New Councilmembers elected to Glendo Council, liquor license discussed

Posted: Thursday, May 12th, 2016


GLENDO, The Glendo Town Council welcomed new councilmen to the Board during their meeting last Wednesday, and also discussed the issuance of a liquor license in a public hearing.
Glendo held elections earlier this month to vote in two new Council members. The newly elected officials will replace outgoing members Kathy Hytrek and Heather Schoning, whose terms
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