Kemmerer robotics competes in Iowa tournament

To attend, teams must qualify at a regular season tournament by winning one of the top awards, which we did at a January tournament in Evanston. The US Open in Iowa had 246 high school teams competing.

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City of Kemmerer honors volunteers

The city invited the 25 volunteers that sit on the city’s boards and committees to come to the meeting to be recognized. Present at the recognition were Airport Committee member Mike Stroud, Recreation Advisory Board member Donna Oden and Zoning Board president Bill Price.

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Photos: Snowy Easter egg hunt in Diamondville

Snow flurries didn’t stop local kids from packing Diamondville Park on Saturday, April 13, for the Chamber of Commerce’s Easter egg hunt.

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Lincoln County recognizes employees for years of service

Donna Hinton, Cody Adams and Joyce Whittaker were recognized at the April 9 Lincoln County Commission meeting.

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Kemmerer students succeed at Young Musicians Festival

Of those 13 musicians, six placed in the top three in their divisions and eight were chosen for the Honors Concert that evening.

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American Legion honors Canyon Elementary teachers for teaching flag etiquette

American Legion honors Canyon Elementary teachers for teaching flag etiquette

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Wyo. Community Foundation awards grant for Kemmerer recreation projects

The City of Kemmerer has been approved to receive a $92,850 General Operating grant from the Kemmerer Foundation Endowment Fund of the Wyoming Community Foundation (WYCF).

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Lincoln County by the numbers

Statistics in the updated publication measure the demographic, social, economic and housing conditions of all 23 counties and Wyoming as a state.

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Lawton named new chair of the Lincoln County Republican Party

“I’m truly honored to have this opportunity to serve the Grand Old Party,” Lawton said following his nomination and election to the position at a public meeting in the Lincoln County Court House on March 6. “I pledge to serve no more than one term, because I am deeply impressed with the younger people who are firmly committed to the ideals that have made our country great, and are stepping forward to stop the creeping socialism that threatens the very freedom that makes the United States the greatest country in the world.

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Daddy daughter sock hop

Daddy daughter sock hop

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Rogers to take helm of principal position

“For high school students, it’s part of our job to make sure they’re overall well-rounded people,” Rogers continued. “We want them to be good citizens and have school spirit, and to value the town they live in and want to make it better.”

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Turning Point partners with Usborne Books for fundraiser

We would like to invite everyone to an Open House on Friday, March 22, in the South Lincoln Medical Center Conference room from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. This will be an opportunity to learn more about the important work The Turning Point does in our community. It will also be an opportunity to purchase books or cards to benefit the center

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Fourth graders perform Wyoming musical

nyon Elementary fourth-graders performed a Wyoming musical on Thursday, April 19. Students played the roles of Wyoming pioneers, cowboys, Native Americans, suffragettes, coal miners and railroad workers.