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On Wednesday, Bill Hughes, a World War II veteran, long-time businessman, and former Moorcroft elected official, became a centenarian. He did it in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic after battling the disease himself in March, which, if anything, only makes this birthday, his 100th trip aro…

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Golf is often referred to as a good walk spoiled, and that’s mainly because of the difficulties associated with playing the game well. But there are other drawbacks to the game: the cost, archaic rules, dress codes and exclusivity are only a few.

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I’d left school that afternoon having no idea that my life was about to change because of a spur-of-the-moment decision I made at the stop sign. I teach students who sometimes have a hard time following my rules, and they had successfully employed every tactic possible to get under my skin.

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Campbell County residents Russell Bell and Kathy Bell recently donated a handmade quilt that is being raffled off to support the University of Wyoming’s 4-H and collegiate wool judging programs.

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Stocktrail Elementary students returned from spring break Monday to find a huge, boxy-looking gift wrapped in red cloth in the hallway. It had a red bow, the big kind that often adorn cars when they’re given as gifts. The only clue as to what was underneath the wrapping was a gift tag addres…

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