Kemmerer honors breast cancer survivors

Katie Lindgren introduced local breast cancer survivors and their family members at the KHS pink basketball game on Friday, Feb. 2.

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Erickson opens new counseling service in Kemmerer

“It is a sacred special thing, being part of people’s lives,” Erickson said. “I very much appreciate their courage and the relationships we create.”

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Kemmerer students host popular music concert

Band director Sharon Reetz conducted the performance, which consisted of songs from Disney and Dreamworks movies, as well as Harry Potter.

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Chamber of Commerce hosts business workshop

Chamber of Commerce hosts business workshop

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Best Western earns award fourth year in a row

“Running the hotel is an event,” Pollard said. “You never know what each day is going to be like."

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Pedigree Stage Stop brings dogsledding to Kemmerer

“Its a lot like the rodeo,” Streeper said. “Bull riders are best buddies, but when they are in the chute, it’s all business. When it’s all over, they brush the dust off each other’s backs and go back to being buddies. Essentially, we are the rodeo with dogs.”

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Westmoreland partners with breast cancer survivors, local health care for Feb. 8 pink mine truck bed event

On Thursday, Feb. 8, at 6:00 p.m. at the Kemmerer mine maintenance shop, attendees are encouraged to wear pink as they come enjoy refreshments, see the new truck and visit with breast cancer survivors.

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Law enforcement officers train in Kemmerer

Thirty-eight officers from 12 different law enforcement agencies in Wyoming were trained how to handle emergency medical situations by Diamondville Police Chief Mike Thompson at the BOCES building in Kemmerer on Monday, Jan. 29. (GAZETTE PHOTOS / Theresa Davis)