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Pinnacle Bank sponsored the 18th Annual Festival of Trees, a fundraising event for non-profit organizations in the area. Bethany Palmgren displays a wreath up for bids.

KateLynn Slaamot NLJ Reporter   The Pinnacle Bank’s 18th annual Festival of Trees raised a record sum of money at this year’s event on Friday, Dec. 3. The festival raised a total of $41,318 for four local organizations — FOCUS, Weston County Children’s Center, Weston County Humane Society and...
Why spend so much?   Dear Editor, Regarding replacement of the overpass over the railroad south of Newcastle, I must be missing something.  Why would we consider spending nearly 4 million dollars to replace or about 1 million to build a substitute for a bridge which has become obsolete and has no...
Alexis Barker NLJ News Editor   Wouldn’t it be nice to fall into some cash or property that you had no idea belonged to you?  Well, Weston County residents will have the opportunity to discover potential wealth out there with the help of the Jeff Robertson, the administrator of unclaimed property...
Blackjewel gets $2.9 million to stay afloat   By Greg Johnson Gillette News Record Via Wyoming News Exchange   GILLETTE — Blackjewel LLC may be closer to selling its flagship Eagle Butte and Belle Ayr mines in Campbell County than it is to securing financing to reopen and resume operations at its...
Cowboys boycott CFD over changes   By Chrissy Suttles, Wyoming Tribune Eagle and Tyler Poslosky, WyoSports Via Wyoming News Exchange   CHEYENNE — Some of the country’s top tie-down ropers and steer wrestlers are boycotting this year’s Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo amid changes they say will result...
By Stephen Dow Buffalo Bulletin Via Wyoming News Exchange   KAYCEE — When you receive your first paycheck, you feel like a millionaire. Shelley Ramirez just received $4,960. Granted, it's not a real paycheck  Ramirez knows this is all a part of the Real Life Game at Kaycee School on March 29 on the...
Sales and use tax collections down in county   Alexis Barker NLJ Reporter   Voters went to the polls on Tuesday to approve continuation of the local one cent sales tax, but the amount of money that provides to local government continued to decrease in the last fiscal year, according to a report...

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