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Burns FFA competes at 87th National FFA Convention

Cheyenne LEADS to Unveil Workforce Study

CHEYENNE, Wyoming – Cheyenne LEADS and regional partners will unveil the Cheyenne LEADS Workforce Study at a rollout event at Laramie County Community College Wednesday, Nov. 19. The regional workforce study identifies challenges facing employers...

Burns Junior Senior High School First Quarter Honor Roll

All A’s Honor Roll 12th Grade Caleb Anderson Harley Steege Mckenzie Ward Rachel Derner Claire Streeter Jordan Liley Mckayla Ward 11th Grade Dylan Kelly Jace Sharp Hana Lerwick Jessica Malm 10th Grade Morgan Griess Katie Norris Reata Hoar Lauren...

Burns FFA competes at 87th National FFA Convention

LOUISVILLE- Members of the Burns FFA Chapter were one of 38 teams participating in the National FFA Poultry Evaluation Career Development Event (CDE). The event was held in conjunction with the 87th...

Aizlynn Rhyelle

Slade Gardner proudly announces the birth of his baby sister, Aizlynn Rhyelle. Born on Nov. 7 at 4:45 p.m., weighing 6 lbs 8 oz., 20 1/4 inches long. Parents are Casey and Coelle Gardner of Eaton, Colorado. Grandparents are Jim and Winelda Marcum...

Officers DARE to help kids say no

Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) is taught only in Laramie County School District No. 2 in Wyoming. Laramie County Officer Kurt Wilson said the program can be expensive and the coordinator from ...

Enzi votes to authorize Keystone pipeline

Washington, D.C. – A majority of Senate Democrats defeated a bill to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline Tuesday evening. The Senate voted 59-41 for the bill, but 60 votes were required for adoption. U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., supported...

From Seed to Plate

Cheyenne, WY - Twenty schools throughout Wyoming have been awarded a hydroponic, vertical growing planter, and accessories through the “From Seed to Plate” program. The planter, provided by the Wyoming Department of Education (WDE), will be...

Let the spread begin (and not your waistline)

From now through the first week of the New Year, even the healthiest and fittest people experience a little tightness around their waistline. Between the extra sweets at work to the family...

Pubic hearing draws a crowd

Pine Bluffs Town Hall was a full house for the town meeting’s public hearing for the Veterans Memorial Project Monday night. Larry Silvey, a Pine Bluffs businessman and Korean War veteran, has proposed a Veterans Memorial that will sit across the...

Looking Back

100 years ago November 20, 1914 Ratification of the new peace commission treaties between the United States and twenty-six other nations was held up as “the crowning act of this decade of human effort” by Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the...

Lady Bronc saddles up for Pistol Pete

Claire Streeter, Senior at Burns Jr./Sr. High School, signed a letter of intent to New Mexico State University Friday in Burns. Streeter signed for a Women's Equestrian National Collegiate Athletic...

Several Lady Hornets and Lady Broncs earn post-season accolades

After a very successful volleyball season for both Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets and Burns Lady Broncs, several players have received All-Conference, All-Regional and All-State awards. The coaches have also received “Coach of the Year” awards. Lady...

29th annual Casper Open Volleyball Tournament crowns champions

The 29th Annual Casper Open Volleyball Tournament, hosted by the City of Casper Recreation Division, Colorado, concluded on Sunday, November 16, 2014 with several closely contested matches in 8 different divisions. One hundred and thirty-one teams...

What 500 movers and shakers heard from prominent speakers

When famed author and reporter Bob Woodward asked a Wyoming audience recently if they thought President Barack Obama was doing a good job – about 12 out of 500 hands went up. Later when he asked...

 
 
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