Tuesday, March 29
The Fremont County Sheriff's Office has added a new member to their team - a 10 week old male yellow lab puppy. County 10 reports he's in training to be a new therapy dog for those navigating the criminal justice system and testifying in court. The sheriff's office is also running a contest for local kids to help name him, which closes tomorrow.
According to the Platte County Record Times, the Guernsey-Sunrise High School recently held its first ever powerlifting event. Senior Dakota Connor won the event after deadlifting 555 pounds. Seven schools from across the state traveled to compete.
The Bridger Valley Pioneer reports Sefton Douglass is the first Lyman High School wrestler to join the prestigious Four Times championship and All State Club with his recent wrestling championship win.
The Guernsey Gazette reports that the Sunrise Drama Club is creating an original play called "Coming of Age at the Sunrise Y." Kay Sebring-Roberts Kuhlman is writing the play using stories from community members who used the historic YMCA on the edge of town as a teen or young adult. Kuhlman is still accepting stories.