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2016 Color Dash brings fun and awareness to community

Modified: Wednesday, Sep 28th, 2016
WHEATLAND - Chilly winds did not stop runners and walkers from showing up for the fourth annual Color Dash in Wheatland on Saturday.
The event helps fund Project SAFE, a local organization dedicated to the stop of domestic violence and abuse.
Project SAFE Executive Director Samantha Twiford said that this is the first year that the organization has coordinated the

Chugwater Mayor asks residents to “stop the threats”

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 28th, 2016
CHUGWATER - During a Special Meeting in Chugwater, Mayor LaDonna Sands addressed the issue of anonymous threats made to her during a crowded mayoral race for the Town.
Sands, who is running for reelection, said that the threats have been made against her husband, granddaughter, and animals.
"I think it is low, I think it is disgusting, and I think

Despite windy setbacks, Glendo Fly-In enjoyed by locals and area pilots

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 21st, 2016

GLENDO, The eleventh annual Glendo Fly In may have ended early due to wind conditions, but residents were still able to take in the festivities at the Glendo Airfield on Sept. 18.
Demonstrations included the landing of a Blackhawk medical helicopter, which landed in the area for an hour so the audience could tour the aircraft. A

Town Council declines offer of partnership in business

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 21st, 2016
CHUGWATER, The Chugwater Town Council held a special meeting on Monday, to address rumors surrounding the completion of a new gas station within city limits.
Using a grant through the Wyoming Business Council, the Town has purchased vacant land that once held the sole gasoline station in Chugwater. The land has been leased to Alex Cadar, who will build

All in the family: Local artist passes on love of art to daughters through family business

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 21st, 2016
For the Record-Times

WHEATLAND, A love of art runs in the family for the Jensens, who have been able to turn their talents into a thriving family business.
Carl Jensen, who with his daughters owns Jensen Arts in Wheatland, has been sculpting since he was five years-old. Today, the 79 year-old, along with his daughters, Margaret

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