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G-S Teacher Kathy Watson one of 10 honored statewide by Arch Coal

Posted: Wednesday, May 4th, 2016
GUERNSEY--Kathryn Watson's early years on a family farm led her to her ultimate career. "I collected rocks and castoff or abandoned animals," she explained. "I had ‘science projects' with chicken eggs going on at home even before I was old enough to know what a science project was. Science became my favorite subject in school. The more I could learn

Rural Fire District No. 2 happy in new home

Posted: Wednesday, May 4th, 2016
GUERNSEY-Even Saturday's dismal atmosphere from the latest round of cold and wet spring weather couldn't dampen or chill the excitement inside the new building of the Rural Volunteer Fire District #2 as they opened their doors to the public for their official open house event.
The new facility provides room for the trucks as well as equipment

Health Fair provides data to assess risks

Posted: Wednesday, May 4th, 2016
GUERNSEY--The Guernsey-Sunrise Schools Wellness Committee and the Guernsey Outreach Center sponsored a Wellness Screening and Health Fair on April 24.
Approximately 60 people took advantage of the wellness screening conducted by Wyoming Health Fairs. The screening offered several screenings for area residents to take advantage of, including a blood chemistry panel, prostate screening, and more. The

Special program set at Guernsey State Park

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 27th, 2016
GUERNSEY--Don't miss a unique and rare opportunity to learn more about the construction of Guernsey State Park. Neil Waring, author of "The Civilian Conservation Corp and the Building of Guernsey State Park", will share his book and lead a hike at Guernsey State Park on Saturday, April 30, 2016.
Neil has hiked miles and miles of the

Work on Safe Routes to School to begin

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 27th, 2016
GUERNSEY--After several years of preliminary work and planning, the actual hands on work on the Safe Routes to Schools project is beginning this week.  
Following a study to determine which routes are used most by students to get to school, a grant was written to get the work completed on four of the primary areas.
The Town of

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