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 By Charlene Smith    News    January 5, 2017

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Happy New Year! The new set of days came in pretty quiet around Albin. Some went bowling. Others had friends and family over. And a few young and adventurous dressed up and welcomed the change in...

 

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Isn’t it an odd way of life to celebrate with gifts, blessings and loved ones last week but turn around this week to remember the past year and the friends and moments we will take with us to the...

 

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Albin is a great little town for many reasons. This time of year, we often are blanketed in white. The fresh snow stays undisturbed on some streets for perhaps the entire day. The light dusting...

 

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Winter came suddenly this year. It always surprises some of us, even after living in Wyoming for years or even a lifetime, how we can have 50 degree weather and the next be whipped around in chilling...

 

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Did you dig out from under the turkey just to find another container filled with leftovers? Maybe you visited loved ones and got wrapped up in hugs and kisses. Whatever reason you have to miss giving...

 

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After the leaves change, or often before, the first snow falls in Albin. We all watched the leaves change, fall and blow away in a warm late year wind. Then we waited. Almost a month of open windows...

 

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With all the happenings around the world last week, Albin stayed on the straight and narrow. Like an old farm dog who peeks up from his nap to watch the feral cat get himself in trouble with the rabid...

 

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What a beautiful long summer we have. Except for the cool autumn nights, you wouldn’t know we are two weeks from Thanksgiving. Be thankful for the time and the weather that you have. Moments will...

 

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Isn’t it April that comes in like a lion? Perhaps since the weather has been so kind to us, it decided to blow in the new month. Nothing can blow you away like a good book. Remember the book fair...

 

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What a wonderful time of year. The weatherman actually used “wonderful day” and “local forecast” in the same sentence recently. It is a great time to get outside and catch a few warm late...

 

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Is it the wisp of corn dust or simply the strong winds ushering in the new season that has changed the air outside. Both leave us with amazing views. The combines rolling slowly over their dried...

 

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When tragedy happens, some may tell you to have “the faith of a potato farmer.” That is, believing in what you cannot see and knowing good things are bound to come up. Richard Larson was a big...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    October 6, 2016

Albin News

Another month has begun. As we edge closer to the end of the year, the warmth of the summer sun is just a glint in our eye as everything around us prepares for a long winter nap. Have no fear cold...

 

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If you have lived with any blessings at all, you have experienced a few of those fall days that seem to be gems sparkling in the fabric of the blanket of cold weather. Those days when the blue of the...

 

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There is a legend that claims the Native Americans used the seven sisters, a constellation, to tell them when to reap and sow. With all the technology the world offers today, the best guide to our...

 

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A coolness is in the air, a different color of blue brightens our afternoon skies. A change is in the air. Maybe the weather thought since we have settled into the new school year, it, too, could...

 

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Just about the time we all get a little gloomy that summer has slipped by, a whole bunch of bright yellow faces remind us that sunny new beauty is not just for the summer. The fields of sunflowers...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    August 25, 2016

Albin News

Everyone likes a good washing before they take on a new adventure or start a new project. Evidently the ground is no different. All of Eastern Laramie County received a nice rain last Thursday...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    August 18, 2016

Albin News

The Fiesta “Jesus of Nazarene” had a wonderful attendance. Everyone enjoyed the red and green chili. The seven bikes were won by Avery Anderson, Eduarde Gurrda, Vanessa Pery, Angel Arzola, Max...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    August 11, 2016

Albin News

Have you ever noticed how quickly changes come in our Wyoming seasons? Well, of course you have, you live here. Earlier this week, the cool morning start was a few degrees below what it usually is....

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    August 4, 2016

Albin News

Every life has its share of storms. We all learn to weather through them. But the storm that hit Pine Bluffs Wednesday, showed us all that a little help from our friends serves as a nice shelter...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    July 28, 2016

Albin News

About 50 miles west of us there is a little rodeo going on for 10 days. Cheyenne Frontier Days is a great opportunity for family and friends to get their cowboy on. Many of our neighbors volunteer...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    July 21, 2016

Albin News

It happens every year. A summer storm of wind and hail blows through our area leaving us or our neighbors frantic about the uncontrollable loss. This years storm hit Burns and Hillsdale pretty hard....

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    July 14, 2016

Albin News

If life is like a parade, then Albin Day must be the band with the majorette team. The music and the action always draw you in and make you pencil in the day for next year. It may only last one day...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    July 7, 2016

Albin News

onday night, did you notice all the “candles” being lit for our countries birthday? There may be no fireworks big enough to show our love and respect for the great America, but we sure do try....

 

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