Posted date: Jan 10, 2017
by: Jason Padgett
Wandering the halls of St. Francis Elementary with a video camera, because what else would I be doing @ 3pm on a Tuesday, I happened upon Ms. Moree's 4th grade classroom. In which everyone seemed to be frozen in time. Unable to move and hide what they were doing, I was able to briefly glimpse the true nature of craziness, of disregard of order, of chaos.
You must just see for yourself the destruction and the mayhem in the video.
I will not use this video as a platform to talk about how bad our brats act in school, or some comment about the school system, I will only say that we need to get that teacher a bigger stick!
The Farmer's Market Board has been working to round up vendors who want to participate and give you the opportunity to come and get those products and food you normally only see during the summer time. There will be ready-to-eat foods, take-and-bake food, metal crafts, hand made crafts, packaged meats, salves and oils, and I have heard there will even be fre
Cheyenne Center for Creativity has been awarded $75,000 in CSP tax credits by the Department of Commerce.
This is a great opportunity for our community! When you donate to the 202 on Washington Project, you will receive tax credits equal to 70% of your donation.
These donations will be used for Phase II of the project: renovation of the 3000 square foot area to develop a much-needed community event center.
Donations can be mailed to:
202 on Washington Project
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Photos By Cale Rieger, NRCS Natural Resource Specialist
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