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Remembering a special teacher...

Modified: Monday, Nov 23rd, 2015
Guernsey-Sunrise students write a message to art teacher Jason Harmon last Tuesday on large posters outside his classroom.
Harmon's unexpected death in a car accident last weekend left the entire community in a state of shock.
The message boards were an outlet for students to express their feelings in a very special and personal way.

Rock on...

Posted: Monday, Nov 23rd, 2015
Local lapidarist Bob Hood helps a customer during the Guernsey Community Holiday Bazaar Saturday.
Hood was one of many locals who brought handmade items to sell during the popular annual event held each November at Guernsey-Sunrise Schools.
His specialty is handmade rock jewelry of all types for both men and women. What began as a hobby in

Winterís Eve kicks off holidays December 2nd

Posted: Monday, Nov 23rd, 2015
Christmas is coming and that means a very special evening in Guernsey, Wyoming. It began with an illuminated parade many years ago, but the annual Winter's Eve Celebration has grown to be a night of various events including a fundraiser supper, stories, a tree-lighting program and ceremony, outdoor movie, Christmas caroling, Santa's arrival in the parade and even fireworks.

Fishing in the Dark

Posted: Monday, Nov 23rd, 2015
A long time ago, (and it seems like it was a galaxy far, far away, but it was actually a little town in Nebraska), I was at a city council meeting when there was much discussion over some issue and changes were imminent, much to the despair of many citizens. I don't recall the specific issue, but it doesn't

Weather service warns travelers

Posted: Monday, Nov 23rd, 2015
CHEYENNE--Confidence is increasing that the region will see snow accumulations beginning as early as Wednesday evening and continuing through Thanksgiving. The culprit will be a strong pacific storm system that will dive into the Great Basin on Wednesday before lifting into Wyoming on Thursday.† The combination of snow & wind gusts of 25-35 mph could produce significant impacts on holiday

SE WY Pony Express to carry holiday mail again

Posted: Monday, Nov 23rd, 2015
The Southeast Wyoming Pony Express Association will carry holiday mail again this year on horseback between Fort Laramie and Guernsey.
There is no charge for the service. Prepare all of your holiday cards and letters in the normal fashion, including the proper U. S. postage required.
Special collection boxes will available at post offices in

A day to remember...

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 17th, 2015
Guernsey Veteran Joe Norfolk hands out American flags to members of the Guernsey-Sunrise kindergarten class during the Veterans Day ceremonies held Wednesday at the school.

Class members led the Pledge of Allegiance, decked out in special tie-dyed shirts they made just for the occasion.

G-S art teacher dies in single-car accident

Modified: Tuesday, Nov 17th, 2015
GUERNSEY--The community of Guernsey is mourning the loss of a Platte County School District No. 2 teacher this week, following a fatal automobile accident Saturday evening.
Jason A. Harmon, 31, was killed approximately two miles north of Chugwater on Interstate 25 when he was involved in a collision with a deer in the roadway.
According to the Wyoming Highway Patrol,

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