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Lady Red Devils lost to Natrona 50-37

Modified: Wednesday, Feb 22nd, 2017
After losing to Kelly Walsh Friday night the Lady Red Devils needed a win over Natrona on Saturday to set them up for the regionals in two weeks. They started strong but lost the game 50-37.
Natrona was first on the board when Kristy Dick sank a basket but it was quickly followed by a matching score when Hailey Barker
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Board talks curriculum, EHS incentive program

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 21st, 2017
EVANSTON -- Grades 6-12 in Evanston will soon get a math makeover. A group of teachers has been meeting since last fall and has narrowed down new curriculum options to two for middle school and two for high school.
Math teacher Jennifer White said she has been leading the teacher team and the research, and they are looking at
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Roundhouse bid gets green light as communication with brewery slows

Modified: Monday, Feb 20th, 2017
EVANSTON -- Evanston City Council members unanimously approved a bid and contract with North Ridge Construction Inc., to begin the next phase on the Roundhouse project, during a meeting on Feb. 7.
North Ridge, based out of Park City, Utah, came in with the lowest bid on the window and masonry work for the project.
"Why is this company
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County eyes budget cuts by department

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 14th, 2017
EVANSTON -- The Uinta County Commissioners had special work sessions last Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 7-8, in anticipation of severe budget cuts this year.
Commissioner Wendell Fraughton told the Herald the county expects to see about a $2 million deficit in revenues next year, and commission chair Eric South said these meetings were just so the county can look
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Massive snowfall creates wildlife quandary

Posted: Friday, Feb 10th, 2017
EVANSTON -- To feed, or not to feed? This is the ethical question people are wrestling with as deer flock to town in search of food.
But where feed is left out, there is yellow-stained snow, piles of deer poop through the trampled snow, stripped bark, bright orange plastic fencing around trees and shrubs.
Hathaway Avenue sees at
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