Emergency Dial

1.307.334.2240 non-emergency

August is here! Road and Highways are busy with traffic. Motorcycle going and coming from the Sturgis Rally can be hard to spot. Keep your eyes out for them. Motorcycles are everywhere this time of year. Report all suspected drunk drive immediately!

Legend of Rawhide

The Niobrara County Sheriff's Office is requesting your assistance.

Special enforcement is underway for 'The Legend of Rawhide' weekend.


Legend of Rawhide

Come to Lusk, Wyoming July 12 and 13, 2013 to experience the pageantry of the old west.   Visit the Legend of Rawhide website for more details.   Legend of Rawhide website.

As normal, law enforcement and security services will be on hand to assist with traffic control and enforcement of laws and regulations.

The goal is for everyone to have fun and be entertained in a safe environment.  There will be controlled fires, explosions, pyrotechnics and livestock on the streets.   If any one has a concern or witness actions or events that are suspicious; report it immediately by calling 9-1-1.

As with most events that draw large numbers of people, some individuals may have other plans.  Be mindful of items that are left un-attended or suspicious actions or persons. Report it to emergency services immediately.  Above all have a safe and fun Legend Weekend.

You should also be aware of the following:

No Alcohol can be brought on to the grounds of the Niobrara County Fairgrounds.  Persons violating this will be asked to leave.   Alcohol is only served to persons who are 21 years of age and older at the dance concession stand.

Minors found to be in possession or have consumed alcohol will be arrested.  Persons 18 years and older and up to 21 years will be taken to an adult jail.   Persons under 18 years will be charged with MIP and turned over to their parents or legal guardian.   If parents or guardian are not found the minor will be transported to a juvenile detention center.

Persons who provide alcohol to any minor will be charged with contributing.

It is illegal to have any open container of alcohol in any motor vehicle.  A driver may be subject to a DWUI arrest based on driving or over the legal limit of .08% BAC and if in physical control of the vehicle, i.e. keys in hand and vehicle is near while driver is over the limit.

Being intoxicated on a State Highway is illegal.

Open container in the public in the town of Lusk is illegal.

All traffic laws will be enforced. 

On Saturday, their is a parade on main street in Lusk, Wyoming also known as US Highway 18/85, expect to be delayed.  If you have time stick around for the Saturday night Legend of Rawhide Pageantry and the dance is open to everyone of all ages until 2 am.

We just want to wish everyone a safe, fun filled weekend.  July 12 - 13, 2013.

 

 

  • Road / Weather





  • Road and Weather in Niobrara County, Wyoming

    Conditions subject to change without notice.

    The following links will give you the most current information.


  • <> Wyoming Road Report

  • <> National Weather Service


  • WYDOT Road Cameras in our area.



  • <> Lusk, US 18/20 mm 37.6

  • <> Rawhide Creek, US 85 mm 122

  • <> Duck Creek, US 20 mm 55

  • <> Redbird, US 18/85 mm 185

  • <> Mule Creek Jct., US 85 mm 196


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  • Wanted and Missing Persons

  • Wanted by Niobrara County, Wyoming

  • Most wanted person are wanted for failure to pay a citation. Self surrender will clear the matter, it may be as simple as paying the fine or compleating jail time.

    View our wanted list, if you know the location of any wanted person let us know.




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  • Sex Offenders





  • Notice to Register for All convicted sex offenders.

    All convicted Sex Offenders must report in person to the Niobrara County Sheriff's Office, Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm, if you plan on remaining in Niobrara County, Wyoming for more than three days.

    You will need to complete registry paperwork. You may also be required to be processed. This will involve finger/palm prints, mugshot, photos of tattoos, and DNA sample collection. All paperwork must be completed and signed prior to leaving.

    Expect a few hours for processing.

    Bring any paperwork that was provided to you upon DE-registering from the county or state that you last left.

    Bring all vehicle, boat and aircraft registration that you have access to use and operate. Bring official driver licenses, professional certifications and license numbers.

    First time here as a sex offender? You can download and complete registry paperwork before arriving. You will need a PDF reader to access the download. Forms are also available at the front desk of the Niobrara County Sheriff's Office.

    Sex offenders registry forms found here.

    Sex Offenders who have are already registered in Wyoming still need to report upon entry in to Niobrara County, Wyoming. You can call ahead, 307.334.2240 and request a meeting with the WYSOR deputy. Provide your name and date of birth to the dispatcher. Your current record details will be on hand when you arrive for the meeting. You must also bring current vehicle, boat and aircraft registration that you have access to and operate. A state issued driver license or identification card is also requested.

    Public awareness of Sex Offenders

    Wyoming law requires that the Sheriff Office make public notification of convicted sex offenders living and working in the county. The most current information can be found by visiting the State of Wyoming Sex Offenders Registry website.

    When an offender reports a change and depending on their reporting requirements. The Sheriff's Office will inform the public by CodeRED of the sex offender information. This requirement will go out to all persons living and working within 750 feet from the offenders home and employment. All churches, youth groups and childcare facilities should be notified. Since there are many of these groups in Niobrara County, Wyoming. We ask that you contact us too ensure that you get this information. All citizen should sign-up and enroll for CodeRED alerts.

    Sex offender in other States.

    The following are links to other States Sex Offender Registry websites.

  • Wyoming Sex Offenders
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  • South Dakota Sex Offenders
  • National Sex Offenders
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    By paying the fine, you waive all rights to a court hearing.

    You may not pay a citation online if your traffic citation indicates that you, "Must Appear" in court.

    Payments to Municipal Court are not accepted through this website. See the address below for Courts in Niobrara County, Wyoming.

    Your failure to pay your fine(s) or Appear in Court, will result in a warrant being issued for your arrest.



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  • District Court of the Eighth Judicial District
  • 424 South Elm, P.O. Box 1318
  • Lusk, WY 82225
  • Phone: 307.334.2736

  • Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial District
  • 424 South Elm, P.O. Box 209
  • Lusk, WY 82225
  • Phone: 307.334.2049

  • Lusk Municipal Court
  • Town of Lusk, P.O. Box 390
  • Lusk, WY 82225

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