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 By Zach Spadt    News    June 28, 2018

GOP pie social draws big crowd

Republican candidates for federal, statewide and local offices had a chance to meet Laramie County residents and give their reasons to be elected to office last week during the Lawrence Anderson...

 

Former Denver cop, ranch hand, joins Pine Bluffs Police Dept.

Cody Quick has had an interesting life so far. After serving as a machine gunner in the United States Marine Corps, he found himself in downtown Denver working as a police officer. Then he found himself working as a ranch hand in Chugwater before hea...

 

Golden Prairie Church, northeast of Burns to celebrate their 100th anniversary

Golden Prairie Church is celebrating its 100th Anniversary Sunday, July 8th. A program of worship and memory sharing is scheduled from 10:00 a.m. till twelve noon. Former Pastor Jim Brown, who led...

 

David J. Cannon

David J. Cannon, 66, of Cheyenne passed away June 25th in Cheyenne. He was born February 26, 1952 in Kansas City, Missouri. David served in the United States Navy on submarines where he traveled...

 

Wyoming awarded USDA Grant to expand farm to school programs

CHEYENNE - The Wyoming Department of Education has been awarded a Farm to School Grant by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service to expand and evaluate Farm to School Programs in Wyoming. “Farm to School programs...

 

North Platte NRD receives $150,000 for PRECIP Partnership from NET

The North Platte Natural Resources District (NPNRD) would like to announce a $150,000 grant from the Environmental Trust for the Panhandle Region Evaluation & Conservation Irrigation Partnership (PRECIP) project. The partnership is between the...

 

Fireworks - bling in the sky

As many know, the fourth of July, otherwise known as Independence Day is the day that we celebrate the acceptance or adoption, as it is also referred to, of the Declaration of Independence. For some this means a full out celebration including speeche...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    June 28, 2018

Georgia Smith A Veteran's Story

Born in 1963, in the state of Utah, Georgia Smith nee Grover experienced lots of travel across the Unitied States until landing in Pine Bluffs, Wyoming. Smith moved to California as a child and...

 

Primary Election Absentee and and Early Voting starts July 6

The Primary Election is not until August 21, but voters may cast their ballot early starting Friday, July 6, when the Laramie County Clerk’s office opens the polling site in the atrium of the county building at 309 W. 20th Street in Cheyenne. The...

 

Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails seeking public comment

The Wyoming Division of State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails is accepting public comment through August 1, on proposed fee increases expected to go into effect January 1. The public is encouraged to submit comments to the Secretary of State‘s...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    June 28, 2018

Put me in, Coach

With summer vacation in full-swing, area children are getting their first taste of America's pastime. On Monday, children from Burns were in Grover for a friendly T-ball game....

 

Week three team roping results

JUNIOR-SENIOR TEAM ROPING Tate Bishop/Dale Gilbert, 11.46 Tate/Todd Bishop, 11.95 Kaitlynn Idler/DJ Tidyman, 17.98 Colby Smith/Mike Schultz, 22.6 MIXED TEAM ROPING Callie Shafer/Dane Trumbull, 8.84...

 

Donald Eisenhauer American Legion Post 60 receives state awards

Awards were presented to American Legion Donald Eisenhauer Post 60 at the 100th Convention of the Wyoming American Legion in Cheyenne on June 23, 2018....

 

Unemployment Insurance Claims System reopens June 27

CHEYENNE — Workers who have lost their jobs through no fault of their own will soon have a more user-friendly portal through which they can file for unemployment insurance. The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services’ redesigned and upgraded...

 

Protect your skin from Sun Damage and Skin Cancer

SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb., ― One of the best ways to stay healthy during the summer months is to protect your skin from sun damage. John Blomstedt, DO, of Regional West Physicians Clinic-Skin Clinic and Medical Aesthetic Center, treats patients for skin... Full story

 

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