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Wheatland family celebrates 100 years in business

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 30th, 2015
WHEATLAND, This year, families throughout Wyoming were honored with the Wyoming Centennial Farm and Ranch Award, which is given to agricultural operations that reach their 100 year anniversary of ownership by the same family.
The Gudahl family ranch of Wheatland was among those honored with the award in 2015.
Wheatland resident Don Gudahl, who grew up on the

PCSD discusses cafeteria, STEM program

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 30th, 2015
Board members, administrators and attendees at the Platte County School District Number One board meeting all expressed amazement that the first quarter is already half over.
Map testing at each of the schools is wrapping up with some promising scores while highlighted areas of study that need more attention.
The STEAM program is continuing for grades three through eight at

Historical Society hosting 25 year anniversary

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 23rd, 2015
The Platte County Historical Society will meet Tuesday, September 29, at the Platte County Library. Before the regularly-scheduled meeting at 7:00, members and other community members are invited to attend the reception beginning at 6:00 in honor of Gertrud Goetz's poster artwork now hung in the small meeting room and a special celebration of the 25th anniversary of PCHS. Refreshments

Wheatland Town Council approves increase in electric rates

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 23rd, 2015
WHEATLAND, The Wheatland Town Council approved the third readings of Ordinance 790, which will affect electric rates for city residents, as well as Ordinance 792, which helps draw a clearer definition between commercial and residential electric rates.
Discussion was held prior to a vote for Ordinance 790.
Councilman Jeff Wilhelm, who attended the board meeting for the Wyoming

Chugwater says goodbye to historic grain mill

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 23rd, 2015
CHUGWATER, The town of Chugwater will be losing a familiar landmark on its main street in the coming weeks, as crews work to tear down a grain mill that was once part of the Farmers Cooperative Association.
The co-op, which was founded in 1912, served farmers in Chugwater until the 1980's. In addition to grain storage, the co-op supplied the

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