Diamondville Collision donates work to Opal

Diamondville Collision donates work to Opal

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Opal residents clean up highway

Opal residents clean up highway

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Archibald to marry Castañeda

The wedding will be held on June 23, 2018, in Cancun, Mexico.

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Kemmerer seniors presented with scholarships at assembly

Kemmerer Junior Senior High School held an awards assembly on Thursday, May 31, to present scholarships to graduating seniors.

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Kemmerer celebrates Memorial Day

Kemmerer celebrates Memorial Day

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Breese, Dever receive 30-year firefighter service awards

Breese, Dever receive 30-year firefighter service awards

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Fossil Basin Institute restoring historic railroad depot

“The immediate plan is to get grants to restore the roof, siding and foundation, so that we can prevent any further damage,” Aase said. “We hope we can get at least the roof done before winter, so that’s why we need and want locals to be involved.”

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Students earn state speech, debate honors

Students earn state speech, debate honors

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Kemmerer kids graduate from Ms. Glenna’s preschool

Kemmerer kids graduate from Ms. Glenna’s preschool

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Lindgrens donate fossils to KJSHS

Lindgrens donate fossils to KJSHS

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From Kemmerer to Washington, D.C.

Tynsky reflected on that day of the discovery and remembers how he had just returned from a show in Denver and was eager to get back to the fossil quarry here in Wyoming. As the first clank echoed in the quarry with the sound of his chisel against the stone, Tynsky spotted a leg in the corner of the split limestone. Scott Banta was working alongside Tynsky that day. After a closer look, Banta said, “I think you got yourself a horse, Jim!” The specimen measured around 24 inches long with a six-inch skull.

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Send in Class of 2018 graduation photos!

Email photos to Cortney Reed at [email protected] or bring them to the Gazette office. Deadline for photos is Monday, May 14.

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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.


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