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2022 Trail Days Events

Thursday, August 4th 7:20 p.m. - Queen Coronation - honoring 2021 Trail Days Queen Abby Gray Pine Bluffs High School 607 Elm Street. Reception to follow melodrama. 7:30 p.m. - Melodrama “Pony Espresso” at Historic Pine Bluffs High School 607...

Cheyenne Regional Medical Center receives National Recognition for Commitment to Providing High-quality Heart Failure Care

Cheyenne, WY—Cheyenne Regional Medical Center officials announced today that CRMC has received the American Heart Association’s Gold Plus Get With The Guidelines®-Heart Failure quality achievement award. The award recognizes CRMC’s...

Carter Canyon Fire pulls in local fire departments to assisst

Summer storms with lightning are suspected in starting the fast spreading Carter Canyon fire. The origin of the fire is believed to be started by lightning about five miles southwest of Gering,...

Pine Bluffs Town Council approves liquor licenses and animal issues

Liquor licenses were the main topic for the meeting of the Pine Bluffs council on July 27th at 4:30 p.m. There was a hearing for two businesses for their liquor licenses. No one said anything throughout this time. Next was the consent agenda. Four...

Purple Heart Day August 7th, 2022

On August 7, 1782, General George Washington - then the commander-in-chief of the Continental Army - established the Purple Heart award, originally designated as the Badge of Military Merit. The...

Squash is Versatile and Healthy

Whenever I mention the word "squash" most people I talk to immediately think zucchini and roll their eyes. It's almost like I'd said a dirty word. I think it's because zucchini is so prolific that...

Burns Town Council discusses new subdivision plans for growth

Renewal of a cleaning contract and the discussion of plans for a new subdivision were in the forefront of the town council meeting. The Burns Town Council met on July 25th at 5:30 p.m. at town hall. First up was a building permit on 306 Abilene...

Who Cares?

It’s an election year and signs are everywhere. Candidates are out campaigning for your vote. They always seem to show up in election years, don’t they? Every time there’s an event, a photo op or any way to ask for your vote they appear out...

Motorcycle racing - from grandparents to granddaughter

I would like to depart from my usual sports writings and cover a different kind of sport. The sport of motorcycle racing. There is a family that competes from the Mom, Dad and uncle all the way down...

Local Rodeo Bronc rider signs at Pine Bluffs Distilling

The line was out the door to get items signed by a saddle bronc rider. Pine Bluffs Distilling released a rye whiskey picked by Brody Cress. A few months ago Brody Cress came to Pine Bluffs Distilling...

Roger Gillming Grand Marshal for Bushnell Day 2022

The Grand Marshal for Bushnell Day has been in and out of Bushnell for years. Roger Gillming is the Grand Marshal of Bushnell Day 2022 Gillming went to college to be a CPA but found it was not what...

Ranch Rodeo starts the Laramie County Fair

Laramie County Ranch Rodeo rides again. The teams were lined up to do their events for the beginning of the Laramie County Fair which started on July 23rd with the Ranch Rodeo. The Ranch Rodeo has...

Helen Jean Martin

Helen Martin passed away on July 31st, 2022 surrounded by her loving family. Helen was born on February 7th, 1933 in Ionia, Michigan to Earl and Hazel Longwell. After graduating high school, she...

Virginia L. Stephens

Virginia L. Stephens of Cheyenne passed away peacefully on July 13, 2022, at her home with her daughters by her side. She was born on Mother's Day, May 14, 1933, to Jay and Iwana (Dot) Brown in...

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