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Winter Storm Closures and Updates: Niobrara County March 13, 2019

Niobrara County storm updates and closures: No unnecessary travel for the city of Lusk and no school for Niobrara county tomorrow.

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Winter Storm Closures and Updates: Niobrara County March 14, 2019

Hourly updates and information from the storm: Town is open but caution is still advised. Low-clearance vehicles not recommended to try traveling. US Hwy 85 and 20 open.

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Acupuncture: Bringing old techniques into a new setting

Dr. Jeffrey Behringer has been practicing at Niobrara Community Hospital as an Emergency Room physician and some-times clinic fill in for almost three years. He has watched the shift in the clinical world as more and more facilities and insurance agencies are encouraging physicians to seek alternatives for pain management for their patients outside of narcotics. As pressure has mounted for physicians to find other ways of helping their patients he has sought a different route to treating his patients instead of a transfer of care for those pain management cases to pain clinics, which are often difficult to access for may rural patients. Instead, Dr. Behringer has chosen to go an alternate route and become certified as a practitioner of acupuncture. In 2018 he certified through the Helms Medical Institute, an accredited institute of continuing medical education that has been training physicians about clinical acupuncture since 1982.

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BLM seeks public input on Shirley Basin in-situ uranium recovery proposal

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Rawlins Field Office is seeking public input on a proposal to develop the Shirley Basin in-situ uranium mine, submitted by Pathfinder Mines Corp. The proposed project would be 40 miles south of Casper on a former uranium mine that operated from the 1960s through the 1990s. Input received during this preliminary scoping period will help the BLM determine the best approach to analyzing the proposal

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Storm rages - Cheyenne State Offices remain closed

Governor Mark Gordon announced that State Offices in Cheyenne will remain closed through Thursday, March 14. Other state offices may also remain closed or have delayed openings depending on their local weather conditions.

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4-H Challenge shoot huge success

Lusk -The 30th Annual 4-H Shooting Sports Challenge Shoot was held on March 17 at the Niobrara County Fairgrounds. The late Ernie Lemons, long time Niobrara County 4-H Shooting Sports Leader started the Challenge Shoot in 1989 and this event continues to be a success and enjoyed by many in 2019.

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Postseason awards for NCHS hoops

LUSK – Late Monday night the Class 2A coaches released their selections for the All-Conference and All-State teams now the champions have been crowned.

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Lady Tigers fourth at state tourney

CASPER – The first time Niobrara County High School played Greybull was back in the second game of the season at the Coal Miners Classic, and the Lady Tigers were without Courtney Rowley and Riley Shaw, and Taylor Gaukel played just a handful of minutes. Lusk lost that game by nine, but Thursday’s first round of the 2A State Tournament would be a different story.

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Final week sees Niobrara County split games

Tiger boys welcomed Edgemont to Tiger Gym for the first time in more than a decade.

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Lady Tigers take down second-ranked Pine Bluffs

If there was ever a time for the Niobrara County High School girls’ basketball team to play perhaps their most complete game of the year, it was in the Hornet’s Nest last Friday.

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    Lady Tigers post season banquet

    The NCHS girls basketball postseason banquet featured a great meal provided by the senior parents Tuesday night at LEMS. Head coach Deb Murray and assistant Rich Murray presented awards after the crowd enjoyed the beef and noodles with mashed potatoes, salads and desserts.

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    Tiger basketball banquet concludes season

    Lusk - Monday evening at the country club, Eddie Fullmer and Andie Hubbard welcomed the players and their families to hand out post-season awards. A great spread of tacos and chicken fajitas with all the fixings was prepared by Leanne Fullmer and Latrisha Molzahn. Dessert looked delicious but this writer failed to grab one in time.

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    Supply drive for trailer load to Nebraska

    Lindsey McGregor in conjunction with Meagan Blackburn out of Douglas will be taking donations for emergency supplies to Nebraska areas in need of immediate assistance. Meagan and her husband are using their personal vehicle to transport any goods collected to several different locations throughout Nebraska. If you have any of the items listed below, you can drop them off at The Lusk Herald, or contact Lindsey McGregor 307-340-0249 (cell) or 307-334-2867 (office).

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    News and Views; March 20, 2019

    Glenna Madden of Torrington and Phyllis Hahn of Lusk, represented the American Legion Ferdinand Brandstetter Auxiliary Unit #1 of Van Tassell, when they attended the visitation of their American Legion Auxiliary District #2 President, Kathy Troupe of Hartville, on Sunday, March 10, in the afternoon. The Dutch Lunch dessert and beverage meeting was held in a dining area of Deacon’s Restaurant in Torrington.

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    Niobrara County Hospital Auxiliary; February Meeting Minutes

    The February 12, 2019 meeting of the Hospital Auxiliary

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    Library News; March 20, 2019

    Lusk -The Friends of the Library have announced that the rescheduled date for RIF with Doctor Noize will be Wednesday, April 17 at 6:30 p.m. Mark your calendar now!

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    Study warns of more troubles for Powder River Basin

    CASPER — A new study from the Institute of Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, a think tank advocating a transition away from fossil fuels, charts the decline of the Powder River Basin coal industry and warns of more difficulties to come.

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    Then and Now; March 20, 2019

    Los Banos, CA. was to be my home for the next three years (1959-1962). Santa Cruz was a coastal city, a favorite vacation spot, ninety miles to the west. At the time, it never entered my mind that Santa Cruz would become my home from 1962 to now.

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