Attorney Michael Stulken

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During Wyoming Secretary of State Chuck Gray’s visit to Newcastle, Greg Stumpff explains to Gray that the wells that supply Newcastle with water are a priority, and tells him what is needed to make sure all is in good working order. Funding for the different projects and wells was discussed during the visit on Monday, May 22.

The last several years have seen notable news across the globe, including rural Wyoming, and the News Letter Journal is happy to once again bring you the wrap of the top news from Weston County in 2023.  There was tons of news shared by the News Letter Journal, including Rare Element Resources...
The Board of Weston County Commissioners has again rejected a settlement proposed by a group that has sought legal action over the manner in which a vacancy in the Wyoming House of Representatives was filled. Bruce Moats is representing the News Letter Journal, Kari Drost, Patricia Bauman and...
Despite being passed up for leadership positions in a pair of 3-2 votes, Weston County Commissioner Don Taylor asked for time on the agenda of last week’s meeting to present a vision for how the commission would govern in the future.  Taylor is the only one of the three senior members of the five-...
Seventy year-old Carl Pearson, of Weston County, was sentenced to 25 to 30 years in prison for first-degree sexual assault of a minor and two counts of sexual assault in the third degree on Aug. 30, according to sentencing documents provided by Weston County Sheriff Bryan Colvard.  Pearson pleaded...

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