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Wyoming state public health restrictions may be loosening some, but Gillette artist Joan Sowada’s quilt titled “Air” is a reminder that even the most basic daily activities take on more importance during the COVID-19 pandemic, however long it will continue.

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When Hannah Robinson saw her 3-year-old daughter Darci looking through a rolled-up piece of paper, she took a cellphone photo and sent it to University of Wyoming College of Education student Sarina Ruby.

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Three area youth are among those to earn scholarships from the True Companies.

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Larry and Shawn Reznicek and John and Sage Bear walked into Axe House Wyoming already having spent some time earlier shooting pistols at the gun range on a recent Friday. The couples thought they’d get some practice throws in before competing against each other.

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Several Gillette students graduated from the University of Wyoming at the end of the fall semester.

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Thunder Basin High School sophomore Dailyn Nichols was recently named the winner of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary Department of Wyoming Voice of Democracy competition.

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J.R Albers of Gillette was named to the Dean’s Honor List at Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa, for the fall 2019 semester.

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Back when people didn’t relay on technology to be entertained, families would gather around the supper table to play card and board games.

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I don’t usually wander up and down the grocery store aisles, but today was different. I didn’t have a grocery list. Or my usual sense of purpose.

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