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Time to row together - Buffalo Bulletin: Columns

Monday night's Johnson County School District No. 1 Board of Trustee meeting was demonstrative of how dysfunctional this board has become. And this is bad news for the district, bad news for the schools and teachers, and terrible news for our kids. The level of board dysfunction has risen to a level

BUFFALOBULLETIN.COM - 2018-01-17 19:37:00

Giving the gift of love - Buffalo Bulletin: Home

"Haiti is my everything," Kelly said. Along with her mother, Heather Largent, cousin Tinley Pierson, good friend Anita Bartlett and 18 other volunteers from across Wyoming, Kelly spent 11 days in Haiti in late December and early January. Those on the mission trip, sponsored by Casper's Boyd Avenue B

BUFFALOBULLETIN.COM - 2018-01-17 18:54:00

Wood earns national honor: Livingston principal surprised with award

Mike Wood is well known around the state. The principal of Livingston and Valley schools said he doesn't hesitate to call one of his peers for recommendations or advise. Clearly, those principals get a lot from him as well. Wood was recognized as Wyoming's 2018 National Distinguished Principal by th

CODY ENTERPRISE - 2018-01-17 21:04:00

Lion has new home in Big Horns

The mountain lion captured Monday morning in Gillette will be taken to the Big Horn Mountains on Tuesday, said Dustin Kirsch, South Gillette game warden for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Game and Fish will transport the animal in a trailer donated and built by the Wyoming Sportsman's Group.

GILLETTE NEWS RECORD - 2018-01-16 19:00:00

Northwest College hosts Northern Junior Regional Science Fair on Jan. 26

Budding scientists throughout the Big Horn Basin will be competing in the Northern Junior Regional Science Fair at Northwest College Jan. 26. Beginning at 9:30 a.m. in the Yellowstone Building, middle school students, grades sixth through eighth, will present a variety of projects for the judges to

CODY ENTERPRISE - 2018-01-17 20:37:00

Every bird counts: Volunteers survey area's eagles and other raptors

Moments after climbing into the truck on Saturday, Susan Ahalt, also known as "The Bird Lady," barks a command to her new friend Cal Horton: "Stop the car!" As Cal pulled to the shoulder, Ahalt stared out the window. A rough-legged hawk hovered over a field divided by a fence strung between weathere

POWELL TRIBUNE - 2018-01-16 16:33:00

Von Flatern introduces air service bill

A local elected official has introduced a bill that he believes will save money and keep air service in communities that struggle to fill seats. Senate File 40, sponsored by state Sen. Michael Von Flatern, R-Gillette, proposes setting up a council that would work on a capacity purchase agreement. Th


Woman sentenced for setting fires near Moran

PINEDALE -- Stephanie Joy Nicole Dodson, 45, of Everett, Pa., was sentenced by Federal District Court Judge Alan B. Johnson on Jan. 2, 2018, on two felony counts of timber set afire. Dodson was arrested in Pennsylvania. She received 53 months of imprisonment, to be followed by three years of supervi


Hood County News- A twice-weekly newspaper serving Granbury and Hood County, Texas

Courtesy Grass fires have threatened many homes and structures in recent months and into the new year, said Fire Marshal Ray Wilson. There are things residents can do before a grass fire starts to help protect their homes, Wilson said.Simple steps like cleaning out flower beds and keeping the lawn m

HOOD COUNTY NEWS - 2018-01-17 20:56:01

Man arrested for intoxicated assault after 2-vehicle collision

Courtesy photo About 4:45 p.m., on Fall Creek Highway near the entrance to DeCordova, a 2009 Toyota Yaris driven by Kevin Futch, 24, of Granbury, crossed into the oncoming southbound lane and struck another vehicle, said Texas Highway Patrol Staff Sergeant Dub Gillum. Sherry Carrington, 59, also fro

HOOD COUNTY NEWS - 2018-01-17 22:20:09

Meridian girls wrap up first round

After finishing the first round of District 10-2A competition winless, the youthful Meridian Lady Jacket girls basketball team hopes to put it behind them, learn from their experience and start fresh. Thanks to the freezing temperatures, the Lady Jackets got an extra day to think about it as Meridia

CLIFTONRECORD.COM - 2018-01-17 15:30:46

Could a new Weatherford College campus come to Mineral Wells?

Mineral Wells could one day have a place of higher learning for young and older adults. That depends on how plans for establishing a Weatherford College campus take shape and ultimately what the residents of Palo Pinto County are willing to support. Interim Weatherford College President Brent Baker

MINERAL WELLS INDEX - 2018-01-18 00:43:00

MPD chief explains course at chamber luncheon

With changing leadership, there are bound to be a few changes made by the new manager. In the case of Meridian Police Chief Will Stevens, he has initiated quite a few significant changes to the department since his arrival at the end of Oct. 2017. Balancing the informal and sometimes jovial manner w

CLIFTONRECORD.COM - 2018-01-17 15:17:21

Dublin's men powerlifting team took second

The Dublin men's powerlifting team took second at their home meet on Saturday behind Venus. Senior Ethan Price won Outstanding Lifter for Boys 181 to super heavy weight classes, taking first in his class by lifting 1,620 across three lifts - almost 400 pounds more than the second place lifter in hi

DUBLINCITIZEN.COM - 2018-01-17 19:18:35

Casper's pictorial history of Fort Wolters finds new home

Willie Casper's massive pictorial history of Fort Wolters has moved from Boyce Ditto Public Library to its new home at the A photo of Camp Wolters from the late Col. Willie Casper's collection of historical documents and photographs. Judy Caldwell, curator of the National Vietnam War Museum, and Tro

MINERAL WELLS INDEX - 2018-01-16 20:00:00

Erin Hite 'surprised' at Woman of the Year selection

Mineral Wells High School freshman Erin Hite accepts her 2017 Woman of the Year award, pictured with her grandmother, Linda Slaughter.By DAVID MAY editor@mineralwellsindex.com Erin Hite picked a special day to pick up her award as the Mineral Wells Index's 2017 Woman of the Year - Jan. 9, her late m

ATHENS DAILY REVIEW - 2018-01-17 01:00:00

Second fireball flashes above Ohio

TOLEDO, OH (13abc Action News) - More fireball reports flooded in just before midnight Wednesday night. Several dozen reports came into the American Meteor Society around 11:50pm EST. Reports centered over Indiana, but went as far south as Nashville, TN and as far north as west central Michigan. Tol

13ABC.COM - 2018-01-18 12:10:00

Murder at Moody Manor apartments

TOLEDO (WTVG) - A man is dead following a shooting overnight Thursday. Toledo Police say a man was shot and killed shortly before 1AM inside Moody Manor apartments on the 22-hundred block of Kent Street. The man was found dead inside the building when officers arrived. A SWAT team was called to the

13ABC.COM - 2018-01-18 13:06:00

Museum program opens world of glassblowing to youth

Every week, Mariaja Benton joins a Toledo Museum of Art glassblowing class to mold her lasting design and prove a larger point. "They think we're menaces. They think we're troublemakers. They say we're never going to be something," she said of the general public. "But here we are learning something

TOLEDO BLADE - 2018-01-17 22:31:07

Man, 23, charged with six counts of criminal sexual conduct against three minors

A 23-year-old man has been charged with allegedly sexually assaulting three minors. Josue Osmin Cortez-Mendoza was arraigned Jan. 15 before Magistrate Judge Michael Golematis in 34th District Court in Romulus. He has been charged with six felony counts of second-degree criminal sexual conduct. Corte

NEWS-HERALD - 2018-01-17 22:10:57