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Hydrogeologic study shows need for reduced groundwater use

Hydrogeologic study shows need for reduced groundwater use

The Wyoming State Engineer's Office (WSEO) released a hydrogeologic study of the Laramie County Control Area (LCCA) last week, showing graphs and presenting scenarios aiming to address concerns of...

No till notes: 'Improving our productivity, part 2'

Last week I talked about the loss of soil health in our traditional winter wheat/summer fallow cropping system that has been the predominant system used by producers over the past several decades. In ...

Contractors to bid on Med Center Construction

The Cheyenne Regional Medical Center is taking the next step in gettng the new Medical Cinic in Pine Buffs up and running. There will be a bid for a general contractor. All who are interested will place bids on the contract for the construction...

Can Wyo learn from Canadian energy reservation?

 An energy development concept that seemed to fit Wyoming when first proposed 40 years ago has recently been back in the news. This idea was to establish “energy reservations” in various...

Wedding announcement

Chris Gleckler and Terri Ornelas are happy to announce their marriage. The couple were married March 24, 2014 in Kimball, Neb. Chris and Terri have made their home in Pine... Full story

Potatoes on the move

April 3, Brown Enterprises loaded a semi truck full of certified potato seeds. The potatoes will be shipped to California, Colorado, Idaho, Nebraska and Washington. Ruben Ramirez stands on top of the ...

Albin News

Things on the streets of Albin are pretty quiet. It was warm enough this weekend, however, to tempt some young folks on to the basketball court. The sounds of summer are slowly getting easier to...

We're in an elementary band

Family members, friends and class mates gathered April 2 to watch fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth graders preform in the Laramie County School District 2 Music Festival at Pine Bluffs Elementary...

Burns News

Burns schools will have an early release April 17 to start their Spring Break that goes through April 21. Old School Café will be closed April 18 in honor of Good Friday. The café will also be closed on April 25 so Charlene can watch Derik swim...

Looking Back

100 years ago April 10, 1914 Fort. Worth. - That there is a world-wide shortage of cattle was the gist of an address delivered by the T. Pryor of San Antonio, Tex., at the thirty-eighth annual meeting of the Texas Cattle Raisers’ association at...

Lady Hornets exceed expectations at Bayard Invite

The Lady Hornets' performance in the Brayden Invitational track and field meet Saturday was a pleasant surprise for Coach Dustin Lee after the team placed fourth overall out of 19 teams. "That's the...

Broncs take third in Bayard Invite

The Burns Broncs track and field team performed well overall Saturday, tying for third place in the Bayard Invitational. "It was a great day," said Coach Cole Manlove, impressed with many of the boys ...

Athlete of the Week: Sam Hanson

Sam Hanson, Senior at Pine Bluffs High School, has been chosen as athlete of the week. She is involved in cross county, basketball and track. What she likes most about cross country is that Pine...

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