Cheyenne

Thank you to all our nurses, doctors, emergency responders and scientists around the world, working day and night to help fight the Coronavirus. Also thank you to our grocery store clerks, truck drivers, restaurant worker, generous neighbors, farmers, janitors, garbagemen, sanitation workers, warehouse workers and so many more, who continue to work.

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Durham

It’s the second week of nationwide coronavirus pandemic, I think. California and New York streets are empty, colleges and schools and businesses are closed. The hospitals are gearing up and the grocery stores shelves are empty. I heard someone say they’ve been preparing for this their whole lives.

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Clothes Closet

LATEST NEWS ON CLOSING……. We had the crazy idea to open this coming week, but after the city offices, the bank lobby, the doctor appointments and Etc. are being more careful, we decided to continue the shutdown.

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Metcalfe Museum

After a long cold winter, we are again writing to say “Hello” to all our friends who have been our loyal readers for so many years. The Cheyenne Star is still in print so we will try to have a few words of encouragement for our readers. Our Board of Directors had to make the decision on Saturday to close the museum for a while.

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Cheyenne

We have had some cooler weather and it has been wet! Thank you Lord for all the wonderful rain!

We are living through a nationwide shut down. Please remember your hometown businesses. Wal-Mart, Walgreens and other chains will survive, small businesses may not. Most can be contacted on-line, so shop there first! SHOP LOCAL FIRST!

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Durham

The Durham Quilting Bees had a designated day for working on veterans and baby quilts to be given away for worthy causes. There were three quilts in frames. Enjoying the day were Linda Shaw, Janet Malson, Janna Montgomery, Beth Milner, Pat Collins, Barbara Hawkins and Karen Harman.

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Washita

America’s national parks continue to be popular destinations. Visitation to national parks in 2019 exceeded 300 million recreation visits for the fifth consecutive year.

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Clothes Closet

We at the CLOTHES CLOSET are not in panic mode, we just ran out of toilet paper!!!! Sorry for the inconvenience.

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Canadian Club

Visitors in the home of Billy and Leah Broadbent during the week were Ted and Lea Ann Meyer, Lynn Broadbent, Luke Broadbent and Lori Baker of Canton

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Cheyenne

We had a nice rain Sunday.
A task force from Roger Mills County was sent to assist with the fires around Beaver Saturday. Thank you to each and everyone of our volunteer fireman that drop whatever they are doing to assist with fires, wrecks and wherever else they are needed.

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