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She travels about 25 minutes to school each day. Her senior class consists of five students. This type of high school situation might now appeal to some people, but Froid senior Sydney Dethman treasures her education and community. “It’s pretty awesome,” Dethman said of being one of only five members in her senior class. “We started out with three or four kids. I think it’s just been

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Froid Art Students Create War Shirts

Froid Art Students Create War Shirts


Froid’s art teacher Maria Gallegos and the sixth-grade students recently created “war shirts’ at the school. “The inspiration behind these beautiful war shirts came from the children’s book, ‘ The War Shirt,’ written by a childhood friend, Bently Spang, a Northern Cheyenne artist and author,” said Froid’s art teacher Maria Gallegos. The Montana-based story is about a young

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Cub Scouts Hold Food  Drive For County Cupboard

Cub Scouts Hold Food Drive For County Cupboard


Culbertson Cub Scouts Pack 4293 is asking the community for help with its annual “Scouting for Food” food drive. According to Taleasha Stuber, the scouts have chosen to donate all collected items to The County Cupboard food bank in Culbertson. Items sought include peanut butter, jelly, saltine crackers, macaroni and cheese, Cheerios, Hamburger Helper, noodles, sauce, bread, ramen noodles and

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Dry Weather, Wide Ranging Temps Affect Region

Dry Weather, Wide Ranging Temps Affect Region


The National Weather Service Glasgow Reported Feb. 28 that the period from December 2020 through February 2021 has brought the least amount of snow for a Meteorological Winter in the Glasgow area with only 1.5 inches. The normal amount of precipitation for the period is 20.4 inches. NWSG meteorologist Ted Jamba told the Northern Plains Independent that despite the grim reading, regional precipitation

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