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Members of the Rocky Mountain FFA Chapter attended the State FFA convention in Cheyenne earlier this month including (back row, l-r) Dusten Bond, Samuel Brown, Chace Brand, Charles Kawano and advisor Christin Shorma and (front row, l-r)  Tyler Lindquist, TaiLyn Miller, Alana Senn and Jennifer Parker.

Rocky FFA gets state Silver Chapter Award

Members of the Rocky Mountain FFA Chapter took the Silver Chapter Award at the Wyoming State FFA Convention held April 8-11 in Cheyenne. The Environment and Natural Resources team consisting of members Jennifer Parker, Charles Kawano, TaiLyn Miller and Alana […]

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The Lovell High School dance team proved they had what it takes to become this year’s 3A State Runner-up at the Wyoming State Spirit Competition March 6 at the Casper Events Center. Members of the dance squad are (back row, l-r) Coach Sara Green, Cheyenne Brightly, (middle) Ashley Steenbakkers, Emilee Bryson, Heather Bartling, Jordan Harper, (front row) Whitney Grant and Chelby Lewis.

State spirit results

Lovell dancers place second, Rocky cheerleaders third They did it again. The Lovell High School Dance Team, under first-year head coach Sara Green, excelled in competition against much larger

On March 2, Kallee Jo Wilson, a senior at Rocky Mountain High School, was honored at halftime of the 2A State Championship Girls Basketball game in Casper with the 2013 2A Girls Wyoming Student Leaders Scholarship.

Wilson receives Student Leaders Scholarship

Rocky Mountain High School senior Kallee Jo Wilson was honored at halftime of the 2A State Championship Girls Basketball game in Casper on March 2 as the recipient

Rocky Mountain senior Kallee Jo Wilson powers for a basket against the Wind River Cougars Friday morning at the Casper Events Center.

Grizz girls roar at State

The Lady Grizz traveled to Casper to play some of the best basketball they’ve played all season at the Class 2A State Tournament, and for their efforts brought

Rocky Mountain sophomore Tyler Lindquist puts the squeeze on Wright’s Nathan Martinez during the consolation semifinals Saturday afternoon in Casper. Lindquist’s pin advanced him to the third-place match, which he also won.

Two State medals awarded to Rocky grapplers

A young Rocky Mountain High School wrestling team traveled to Casper last weekend to compete in the culminating event of the wrestling season: The Wyoming 2A State Wrestling Championships held

Kirby Winland rises for a jumper against the Wyoming Indian Chiefs Friday evening.

Grizz suffer heartbreak of two-overtime loss to Big Piney

Having destroyed Kemmerer on Thursday and nearly upset Wyoming Indian Friday night, Saturday morning’s loss to Big Piney in a loser-out game at the regional tournament was a

The Rocky Mountain bench erupts with joy following a key basket late in the Lady Grizzlies’ 58-54 win over Wyoming Indian Saturday morning that propelled the Grizz into the state tournament this week. Pictured are (l-r) Rachael Allred, Coach Ryan Boettcher, Hannah Parker, Coach Eric Honeyman, Mikaela Hocker, Maddie Crawford, Sarah Jones and Courtney Tyacke.

Lady Grizz take fourth a Regionals; earn spot at State

The Lady Grizz traveled to Riverton over the weekend to compete in the Regional tournament. The girls played Kemmerer in their first game of the tournament, Thursday. “It was

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Rocky Mountain FFA helps the community in many ways

This past year the Rocky Mountain FFA Chapter began, and finished, many activities. We started a community outreach program called “Adopt an Elder” where each FFA member chooses an elder in their

Mikaela Hocker goes for a bucket, while Riverside’s Cydnie Clark waits patiently for a possible rebound during the game played on Saturday at Rocky Mountain High School.

Rocky girls top week with two conference wins

It was a great week for the Lady Grizz with two valuable conference wins that will assure them a nice spot at Regionals, now sporting a 5-2 record

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Local high schools host pink events on Friday night

By Patti Carpenter Two “pink events” will be held on Friday night to raise money to fund breast cancer research and to raise awareness about the disease. Rocky Mountain