​Philip Mayor Mike Vetter, back left, and project engineer Jeff McCormick, standing, fielded questions from involved property owners during the project’s preliminary design meeting. The city is trying to acquire funding for the project from other agencies to supplement city funding. Among discussion topics, the main one seemed to be whether to narrow the streets to a norm of 41-feet or pay extra to keep the current 51-foot widths.
A public meeting on the city’s Southwest Philip Improvement Project was held Nov. 16, with approximately 30 people attending.  
Alvin and Ruby Pearson with two cakes commemorating Alvin’s 45 years at Scotchman Industries, Inc.
Alvin Pearson is the first employee to reach the 45-year mark of being a Scotchman Industries employee. Pearson joined the Scotchman Industries, Inc., team Nov. 13, 1972.  
Santa needs your help!
 The sound of pagers alerting a structure fire awakened the Murdo Volunteer Fire Department in the early morning hours of Friday, November 10.
​The Wheeler-Brooks American Legion Post #173 and its auxiliary each met Nov. 8. Before their separate meetings, they joined for a potluck meal to celebrate the national birthday of the auxiliary. Philip area auxiliary members in attendance were, back row from left, Ardis Ladely, Barb Kroetch, Margaret Rush, Theresa Clements, Rae Crowser and Julie Seager. Front: Kay Ainslie, Gayle Rush, Audrey Neiffer, Joann Pearson and Ruby Huston.
Philip’s Wheeler-Brooks American Legion Post #173 met Nov. 8, to prepare for activities connected to Veterans Day, Nov. 11.  
While the ghouls and goblins roamed the street on Tuesday, October 31st the Faith Lady Longhorns volleyball team began their march toward the State Volleyball Tournament by downing th
TORRINGTON, WY – An account has been set up to benefit the family of Torrington High School teacher Juel Afdahl, who was hospitalized following a sudden seizure at the school on Oct.
​Philip Mayor Mike Vetter, back left, and project engineer Jeff McCormick, standing, fielded questions from involved property owners during the project’s preliminary design meeting. The city is trying to acquire funding for the project from other agencies to supplement city funding. Among discussion topics, the main one seemed to be whether to narrow the streets to a norm of 41-feet or pay extra to keep the current 51-foot widths.
Alvin and Ruby Pearson with two cakes commemorating Alvin’s 45 years at Scotchman Industries, Inc.
Santa needs your help!
​The Wheeler-Brooks American Legion Post #173 and its auxiliary each met Nov. 8. Before their separate meetings, they joined for a potluck meal to celebrate the national birthday of the auxiliary. Philip area auxiliary members in attendance were, back row from left, Ardis Ladely, Barb Kroetch, Margaret Rush, Theresa Clements, Rae Crowser and Julie Seager. Front: Kay Ainslie, Gayle Rush, Audrey Neiffer, Joann Pearson and Ruby Huston.

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Faith Girls' Volleyball Team
Although the weekend didn’t quite go as planned, the Faith Lady Longhorn volleyball team gained valuable experience with their trip to the State Volleyball Tournament. Going in as the eighth seed and facing the #1 seeded Northwestern Wildcats proved to be too much for the Lady Horns as they fell in...
​Philip Mayor Mike Vetter, back left, and project engineer Jeff McCormick, standing, fielded questions from involved property owners during the project’s preliminary design meeting. The city is trying to acquire funding for the project from other agencies to supplement city funding. Among discussion topics, the main one seemed to be whether to narrow the streets to a norm of 41-feet or pay extra to keep the current 51-foot widths.
A public meeting on the city’s Southwest Philip Improvement Project was held Nov. 16, with approximately 30 people attending.   “We want to make a fair project for every taxpayer in the city – all of whom are helping to fund this project – and the property owners,” said Philip Mayor Mike Vetter....
Alvin and Ruby Pearson with two cakes commemorating Alvin’s 45 years at Scotchman Industries, Inc.
Alvin Pearson is the first employee to reach the 45-year mark of being a Scotchman Industries employee. Pearson joined the Scotchman Industries, Inc., team Nov. 13, 1972.   In honor of this distinction, the ironworker manufacturing company sent Pearson and his wife, Ruby, to Las Vegas for five days...
Santa needs your help!
 The sound of pagers alerting a structure fire awakened the Murdo Volunteer Fire Department in the early morning hours of Friday, November 10.   “As soon as the address was received, we knew that it had to be Santa Claus’ (Dale Buxcel’s) home.” Says Murdo Fire Chief Patrick Barnes. “We arrived on...

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