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New Equipment for a local Athlete

You are watching the Pine Bluffs Hornets and Burns Broncs football game. Two teams of boys who have grown up together, swam in the same pool of water and life. You know most of their stories,...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    July 13, 2017

Albin News

We could print the news about Albin every day, and you still wouldn’t get the true sense of the community. Communities are built on the idiosyncrasies of the people living there. Even if we tell...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    July 6, 2017

Albin News

Heroes come in every shape and size. Some have saved us from ourselves. Some step in and protect us from the local and global bullies. Some just quietly live their lives and save us from a life of...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    June 29, 2017

Albin News

Hello from Albin. We welcome summer with a bang and a sale. Albin community garage sales are Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call Dixie if you want a table or more information...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    June 15, 2017

Albin News

All is well over in Albin. The grass is green, the flowers blooming and the storms slip right over us. Birthdays this week include LeAnn McLaughlin on June 16 and Brent Lerwicks June 18. Jacob and...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    June 8, 2017

Albin News

Summer doesn’t go by any calendar. And that is perhaps why it is such an exciting season. One day we wake up to winter weather warnings, and then it seems the very next day the wind turns warm and t...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    May 25, 2017

Albin News

The end of school brings field days and class trips. If you are curious about how the future generation’s minds work, take the time to watch elementary races. Some runners hit it hard, never look...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    May 18, 2017

Albin News

What is prettier to the eye, a fresh looked field rich with potential or full grown acres of crop bursting with yields. Taking time to appreciate each stage of life is similar to farming. This weekend...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    May 11, 2017

Albin News

Wouldn’t it be nice if we were allowed to vote on our weather? Of course, some ballots might only include blizzard or snow and ice, instead of every vote being clear skies 70 degrees. The saying, ...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    May 4, 2017

Albin News

This first week of May keeps us hoping, between May Day, “May the Fourth be with you,” and Cinco de Mayo. The weather seems to feel the need to be just as exciting. Thunder, lightening, snow,...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    April 27, 2017

Albin News

Kids love puddles. The magnet between them and water is only enhanced with a little dirt. So it was surprising when the youngest Smith was happy to see the big perennial puddle at the end of 5th Avenu...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    April 20, 2017

Albin News

No one ever said Spring came with low expectations. As soon as you expect a cold dreary day, the sun breaks through and warms places in your soul that felt frozen in winter and gloom. It tosses in...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    April 13, 2017

Albin News

Here comes Peter Cottontail, hoping down the bunny trail. Easter is on its way. That should mean the tulips and other bulb flowers will color our town shortly. But with all the sugar and chocolate con...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    April 6, 2017

Albin News

Why is it on the dreariest day of early Spring do the bulb flowers decide to bloom? It must be one of those built-in fail safe natural cheers just in case we get too gray with our colorless lives....

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    March 30, 2017

Albin News

This weekend is a great week for pranksters and practical jokers. April Fool’s Day may not be a National Holiday, but it sure brings a lot of laughs. Especially in houses with little ones. So,...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    March 23, 2017

Albin News

A story, no matter what it is about, is mostly about perception or how you spin it. Take for instance, a story about trees being cut down in Southeast Wyoming, where it is very difficult to grow...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    March 16, 2017

Albin News

If you ever need to have a long, unimportant conversation, bring up the weather. That should keep you exchanging ideas and words and changing opinions more often than a raindrop turns into a Wyoming s...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    March 9, 2017

Albin News

What is that saying, March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. Well, this lion of ours never seems to nap and in turn is very grumpy. Someone should throw him a lamb, maybe he would stop...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    March 2, 2017

Albin News

Perhaps someone shouldn’t have mentioned the fact that Spring was here. Maybe this year, Spring is similar to some folks trying to leave their house in the morning. They make a few trips back inside...

 

Albin News

Someone should say what everyone is thinking. Spring is here. Calves are dropping like raindrops in California. Baby lambs are out in force looking for Mary. However, no matter how early the Spring...

 

Albin News

Do you think that groundhog got it wrong? Maybe he has cataracts and it was just a floater on his eye and not a shadow. Either way, it sure seems like Spring. Birthdays always put a little spring in...

 

Albin News

There is a reason not a lot of people are fond of rodents. They often stink of trash, have a dirty reputation, and represent the lowest of species on the circle of life. But worse than all that is...

 

Albin News

If you listen close enough, you can hear the hum of the days passing by with no fanfare. The only drum beat of the days is often our own hearts keeping time with the hours of deep winter. A few days...

 

Albin News

Some people are superstitious. I know of a man who stopped his car, got a broom and swept a black cat off his path so he wouldn’t have to drive where the cat walked. The only thing strange about...

 

Albin News

Once upon a time there was a tree. He grew tall and strong in the dry, high and often frozen ground of southeast Wyoming. A feat in itself. The tree shaded a little house and watch a couple of...

 

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