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LCFD4 receives grant from FCS

LCFD4 receives grant from FCS

Fire District #4 will use a $2,000 grant from Farm Credit Services of America to purchase grain bin rescue equipment. The equipment to be purchased is called the Great Wall of Rescue and the monies...

No Till Notes: It's All About the Carbon

The common thread that ran throughout the no-till winter conferences I attended in the past month is carbon. Adding carbon to the soil is critical to restoring health to the soil by increasing the...

Albin News

Old man winter has a little fight left in him. Albin and all of southeastern Laramie County was blanketed with snow over the weekend. I wasn’t too upset, even with the bitter cold temperatures that ...

Carpenter Kinder Screening

Do you live in Laramie County School District No. 2? Do you have a child who is five years old, or will be five years old by Sept. 15, 2015? If so, Carpenter Elementary School invites you to bring your prospective kindergartener for screening on...

Mixed reviews on 4-day week

Laramie County School District No. 2 held the first of two public meetings last Thursday, at Burns High School, to receive input from parents with children in district schools about the proposed four-day school week, which would begin with the...

Looking Back

100 Years Ago February 25, 1915 A.B. Mitchell’s Report to FarmersGiven Before The Society of EquityMr. President and Gentlemen, When your President and Secretary wrote me at Cheyenne and suggested that I attend the annual meeting of the...

Veterans Memorial on track

After some rumors that has the proposed Pine Bluffs Veterans Memorial and Community Plaza nothing but a vague memory, Larry Silvey, who is heading up the project, says it is still alive and well,...

Hereford News

The Hereford Community Church did not have services this Sunday because of weather. I know we need the moisture, but we are sure getting tired of winter, and are looking forward to spring. If you...

Banner County News

Good morning Western Nebraska! Well this time the weatherman was pretty much on target. He claimed and predicted snow, and snow it did. At times on Saturday afternoon it looked like a blizzard out my ...

Burns boys top Saratoga, advance in regional tourney

The Burns High boys' basketball team refused to have its season come to an end Monday night, posting a 45-40 victory over Saratoga in the opening round of the Wyoming 2A East Regional Tournament...

Lady Hornets split final two games of regular season

The Pine Bluffs girls’ basketball team will enter this week’s Wyoming 2A East Regional Tournament as the No. 3 seed from the Southeast. The Lady Hornets wrapped up their regular season last weekend, splitting a pair of games. Pine Bluffs...

Burns girls post two wins, look for success at regionals

The Burns High girls' basketball team hopes to parlay the momentum of two victories last week into success in this week's Wyoming 2A East Regional Tournament. Coming off a 50-39 win over Lingle-Fort...

Pawnee girls pick up another victory before district tournament play begins

The best time to start a winning streak is at the end of a season. The Pawnee girls’ basketball team picked up its second victory in as many games, whipping Arickaree/Woodlin 74-57 last Friday night. The Lady Coyotes improved to 2-16, and coupled...

Burns/Pine Bluffs sends 12 wrestlers to Casper

Twelve wrestlers from the Burns/Pine Bluffs team compete for state titles this weekend at the Class 2A championships at the Casper Events Center. Competing from the local contingent – with weight class, year and current season record – are:...

Pine Bluffs boys enter East Regionals as No. 1 seed, eye berth in state tournament

With two more wins last weekend, the Pine Bluffs High boys’ basketball team will head into this week’s Wyoming 2A East Regional Tournament with plenty of high hopes. The Hornets went a perfect 8-0 in 2A Southeast play and stand 19-1 overall....

Trilogy of statewide coffee table books?

As of this writing, more than 21,000 of our Wyoming-themed coffee table books are in circulation, a figure that completely staggers my imagination. And thanks to all of you who bought these books....

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