Category: Community

Clothes Closet

Today is Monday, May 13, we are going to be planting at the community garden at today and onward, so anyone wanting to bring your plants up there or we have plants that you can get on site so come on up Monday or Tuesday ( will...

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Cheyenne

Most of the county had some big rains last week, anywhere from 2 to 4 inches. We were lucky to not get the 6-10 inches they had around Erick and Sayre. The first of this week has been sunny and warm, but they are calling for...

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Durham

The Durham Willing Workers Club women had their club meeting on Tuesday, May 7th. They made the plans for the program at Fairview Cemetery on Memorial Day. They were very happy to receive a nice donation to the club in memory of...

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Metcalfe Museum

Because we have been blessed with spring rain, it is a beautiful drive down to the Break O’Day Farm and Metcalfe Museum. We had visitors from Portland, Oregon last week who said they were “just driving by” and saw the sign on...

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Washita

The park received 895 visitors in April, including couples from Denmark and Australia. One person who will meet all of these visitors is Kate Roesch (pronounced “rush”). Kate is our new temporary Park Ranger. You need to login...

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Canadian Club

Tom and Marilyn Welty visited Johnnie Welty Sunday afternoon. Mother’s Day dinner guests of Leroy and Juana Penry were Gene and Shirley Doshier. Russ and Jo Cole were evening visitors. Mick and Lily Kendall attended Ethan...

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Hammon

Wow—The weather has been pretty nice. Showers continue off and on and the temps are really nice so far—cool mornings and warm in the afternoons, but not HOT yet! Ponds are full and the pastures, fields, and bar ditches are...

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Cheyenne

We have had more rain this past week and more is forecast for the rest of the week. We are so thankful for every drop we have received. Activities at the Minnie R. Slief Library include, Wed, May 15 – Lego Day, All Day;...

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Durham

It’s another cool, foggy, misty morning on the farm. We’ve had quite a bit of good moisture. The whole countryside is green and lush. It’s enough to lift every farmer and rancher’s spirits. I’ve turned...

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Metcalfe Museum

This week I am continuing with my article quoting from “You Know We Belong to the Land.” I don’t want to try to condense what is written. The story of Augusta is so well described. Last writing, I ended where Augusta had married...

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Washita

In February, I mentioned that we received Dr. Michael Jordan’s final report, “Nineteenth Century Southern Cheyenne Drawings: Documenting Tsistsistas History and Culture,” and that it included 1,577 images. Based on that post, I...

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Canadian Club

Lesly and Amy Broadbent of Yukon and Lori Baker of Canton visited Billy and Leah Broadbent this past week. Tyler Penry visited Leroy and Juana Penry on Saturday afternoon. Shirley Penry and Robyn Penry were Sunday dinner guests....

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