Titanic survivor’s light-up cane to be sold at auction
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A Titanic survivor's walking stick, with an electric light she used to signal for help from a lifeboat, is one of thousands of maritime items that will be up for auction in...
No trace of soccer player’s plane after 2nd day searching
LONDON (AP) — Search teams have yet to find any trace of the plane carrying Argentine soccer player Emiliano Sala after a second day searching the English Channel from the air and sea, authorities said Wednesday.
Argentine soccer player Emiliano Sala aboard missing plane
PARIS (AP) — The search for the missing plane taking Argentine soccer player Emiliano Sala to his new team in Wales was called off for the night on Tuesday with authorities not expecting to find any survivors in the English Channel.
Police said floating objects had been seen in the water but they were unable to confirm whether they were from the light aircraft that disappeared from radar Monday night off the coast of Guernsey as it made the journey from Nantes.
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Guernsey will see more helicopter activity April 18-19
CAMP GUERNSEY JOINT TRAINING CENTER, Wyo. — Guernsey-area residents can expect to see and hear increased helicopter activity during the afternoon hours of April 18, 19, as Wyoming Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk pilots and crews will be working with the Camp Guernsey Fire Department to extinguish controlled burns on the North Training Area.
Wyoming military ordered to pay $221K in harassment case
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A federal judge ordered the Wyoming Military Department to pay $221,000 in back pay to a former Wyoming National Guard officer who quit her job after being sexually harassed by her supervisor.
Guernsey, Wyoming, woman killed in crash near Torrington
A 19-year-old Guernsey, Wyoming, woman died Monday in a crash near Torrington.
Regina Fairbanks suffered fatal injuries in the crash on U.S. Highway 85 at milepost 85 near Torrington, Sgt. Kyle McKay said in a press release.
Elk at Wyoming military base being studied
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Military Department and the state Game and Fish Department are working together to study the elk population at the Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center.
The three-year study includes placing GPS radio collars on some elk that will monitor their movements several times a day.
Officials say 29 elk have been fitted with radio collars and ear tags.
Pony Express will complete Valentine’s Day ride Saturday
GUERNSEY—The Pony Express is preparing for its annual Valentine’s Day ride from Guernsey to Hartville on Saturday.
Stephanie Goulart, Lingle resident and president of the Southeast Wyoming division of the National Pony Express Association, said it takes the group roughly two hours to make the trip on horseback.
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A 61-year-old Guernsey, Wyoming, man died Tuesday in a crash near Fort Laramie, Wyoming.
In a press release, the Wyoming State Patrol reported that Terry Molgard died in the crash near milepost 31 on US 26. The crash occurred at about 11:15 p.m.
SCOTTSBLUFF — As regulations tighten over water contaminants, many small communities feel the economic pinch of treatment costs. But a solution might be in the near future.
PAWS, the Platte Alliance Water Supply, incorporates 11 communities and several rural water districts along the North Platte River basin in both western Nebraska and southeastern Wyoming.
CAMP GUERNSEY JOINT TRAINING CENTER, Wyo. — From Thanksgiving Day to Christmas Day, live trees may be cut for use as holiday decoration. Free permits are available at the Camp Guernsey Fire Desk.
Gordon County 4-H Represents Georgia at National Dairy Judging Contest
On Monday, October 2, three Gordon County 4-H’ers represented Georgia 4-H at the 96th National 4-H Dairy Judging Contest held in Madison, Wisconsin as a part of the World Dairy Expo. The three 4-H’ers from Gordon County were Brooklyn Carr, Luke Ryan, and Gracy Sexton. This team earned the right to compete at the national contest by winning 1st place at the Georgia 4-H State Dairy Judging Contest held in March of this year. As state winners, these team members are also granted Master 4-H status in dairy judging.
Construction to begin on new facilities at Camp Guernsey
GUERNSEY, Wyo. (AP) — A groundbreaking ceremony for the new Lt. Gen. R. L. Esmay Center was held at the Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center.
The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports (http://bit.ly/2xEiNdk ) members of the military were joined Thursday by the project's architect of record, Alan Wilson, and Guernsey Mayor Ed Delgado to take ceremonial shovels to the site where construction will start this month for the new facility.
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GUERNSEY, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming lawmakers will explore changes to the Wyoming Cowboy Challenge Academy to bring school districts closer to the National Guard program that targets at-risk teens.
The Casper Star-Tribune reported (http://bit.ly/2sqBddY ) Tuesday though the number of cadets enrolling in the program has increased in recent years, the facility still has empty beds.
MILLS, Wyo. — In an effort to prevent flooding later this spring, the Wyoming Area Office of the Bureau of Reclamation has initiated earlier than normal releases from Guernsey Reservoir.
The releases began April 17, about two to three weeks earlier than normal, with 3,000 cubic feet per second reached on April 18. This level will be maintained through April. The releases are in preparation of high runoff.