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Offer made to purchase TCT

If all goes according to plan, closing on the sale of TCT to Meeteetse/Burlington resident Neil Schlenker will be Dec. 21. TCT Board of Director Chairman Dalin Winters announced this week that an offer to purchase Tri County Telephone Association, […]

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John “Ken” Stanley

May 15, 1934 – Sept. 22, 2014

James Shumway Brunton

James Shumway Brunton

July 23, 1927 – Sept. 16, 2014

Jose Luis Aguilar

Jose Luis Aguilar

April 29, 1992 – Sept. 15, 2014

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Friendly people, U.S. history mark Route 66, Fergusons discover during trek

[caption id="attachment_9076" align="aligncenter" width="426"] Ron and Marsha Ferguson pose with the sign in Santa Monica, Calif., commemorating the west end of Route 66 following their journey that

Rocky Mountain senior Bill Despain turns upfield after taking a short pass from Kirby Winland during the Grizzlies’ season-opener against Tongue River Sept. 5 in Cowley. The Grizz travel to Saratoga Friday. David Peck photo

Grizz even record with solid win at Shoshoni

[caption id="attachment_9070" align="aligncenter" width="278"] Rocky Mountain senior Bill Despain turns upfield after taking a short pass from Kirby Winland during the Grizzlies’ season-opener against Tongue River Sept.

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AMCOL takes first place in annual Foundation Golf Tournament

[caption id="attachment_9077" align="alignright" width="239"] Nicholas Sponsel gets great height on a chip to the third hole green during the Friends of the Foundation Tournament Saturday as teammates

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Main Street detour moves to Kansas

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The Lovell Main Street Project has finally made the big jump. After weeks at Montana Avenue, the east detour has

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Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday

The North Big Horn Senior Center is sponsoring a “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” this Saturday, Sept. 20, from 8 to 10 a.m. at the Center, located

John William ‘Bill’ Eckerdt

June 7, 1926 – Sept. 11, 2014