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YEAR in REVIEW – A look back at 2013

Births in 2013 Selah Carmichael Prettyman was born to Phil and Christine Prettyman Jan. 20. Trystin Aarron was born to Chelsea (Thompson) and Michael Hansen March 23, 2013. Ryedell Burton was born to...


That was the year that was . . . A look back at 2013 in Wyoming

As 2013 winds down, it makes sense to look back at what kind of items were featured in this statewide column. Funniest item I wrote about in 2013 was the California woman calling the Fremont County... Full story


Just darn bad luck

Christmas is such a wonderful holiday. Most of us get to spend a little time with family and loved ones. We get to step out of the daily life of stress, reality of debt, sickness, and hardships and...


News Notes

The Wyoming Mountain Mensa chapter of American Mensa has scholarships available for students living in Wyoming. The scholarships for the 2014 competition, ranging in value from $300 to $1,000, are awarded by the Mensa Education & Research Foundation...

 By Zachary Laux    Sports    January 2, 2014

Three hundred dollar shot

Kyle McCune, 12, stands on the Pine Bluffs Junior/Senior High School basket ball court Dec. 20 after making a $300 shot from half court. During half time of the Pine Bluffs boys basketball game,...


Community Calendar

Items for possible inclusion in the weekly community calendar should be typewritten or legibly printed. All submissions should include the name and daytime telephone number of the person submitting...

 By Charlene Smith    News    January 2, 2014

Student of the Week: Alison Mickelson

Directing a play, at any age can be a challenge. However, Alison Mickelson, a sixth grader at Pine Bluffs Elementary School, handled the task of directing the Christmas play with patience and a...

 By Staff report    News    January 2, 2014

Wreck kills 1, leaves other injured in Weld County

A wreck involving three vehicles resulted in the death of the driver of a pickup truck and left another badly injured in Weld County, Colo. Weld County Sheriff deputies responded to the scene of the wreck at about 6:30 a.m. Dec. 26 on Highway 66...

 By Zachary Laux    Sports    January 2, 2014

Hornets start season out right beat Lingle, Saratoga

The Pine Bluffs Boys Basketball team won at home and in Saratoga Dec. 20 and 21. Dec. 20, the Hornets faced off with Lingle, and played well averaging about 22 points per quarter, while Lingle only... Full story


Winning experience from a game lost

Burns lost to Gering 56 – 41 in a rough and tough battle on both ends of the court in their last game before breaking for the Christmas holiday, Dec. 20. The Broncs played a strong game in between...


Burns show backbone against Gering

Head Coach Barry Ward took a few steps onto the court Dec. 20 and yelled down at the Lady Broncs, "How many chances do we need? One!" The Lady Broncs got more than one chance to beat the Gering Lady...


Bowling Results

Monday Women 1. Designs West: 356 2. Farmers State Bank: 339 3. Subway: 315 Handicap game: Kate Zitek: 234 Handicap series: Thea Curless: 635 Scratch game: Kate Zitek: 186 Scratch series: Kathy...


Burns News

The Community Giving Tree located at the Wyoming Bank and Trust was a huge success. A total of 33 gifts were given. When I spoke with Lorna about the event she said, "it was so successful they would...


Hereford News

On Dec. 22 at the Hereford Community Church the fourth candle in the Advent wreath was lit by Kathy Zitek, Carolyn and Kammie Ragsdale. For the special Karel Smock read “The Internet Night Before...

 By Cheryl Ososky    News    January 2, 2014

Grover News

The next 55 And Up Club potluck luncheon will be held on Friday, Jan. 10 at 12 p.m. at the Friendship Alliance North Church. Everyone 55 years of age and older are welcome to attend. Come and join in...

 By Charlene Smith    News    January 2, 2014

Nine ladies dancing through your kitchen

If your kitchen is as small as mine, nine ladies sitting let alone dancing might mean many bruised toes. Fortunately for the little piggies, I am not talking about bringing nine ladies to your... Full story

 By Submitted    News    January 2, 2014

Robotics team sings for Burns

Robot Christmas Caroling Christmas Carols could be heard in the doorways of many Burns’ residents on Friday evening, December 21. The FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics Team, “Allons-y! Radioactive” cheerfully knocked on doors and warmed the hearts...


Looking Back

100 years ago Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hawk dined with Thos. Daytons family Xmas day. Old Santa made his usual rounds Xmas eve being the first time for several years that his sleigh and reindeer came into...

 By Mark Watson    News    January 2, 2014

Find panhandle No till education on facebook

I've joined the "social media" and now have a Facebook page. After some encouragement from members of a younger generation who find social networking to be an integral part of their lives, I have... Full story


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