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Celebrating in the new year

Dec. 31st Union Station Plaza in Cheyenne saw its second annual ball drop. The turn out was great even though the temperatures dropped to the single digits that night. They had music, laser show and...

 

Pine Bluffs council starts new year

The Pine Bluffs council met Monday evening and approved a resolution to capture revenues and expenditures related to the Water Loop project. Town administrator Caryn Miller told the council the...

 

Wyoming newspapers are in a strong position

The ritual of reading the local newspaper is alive and well here in Wyoming. Whether it is daily, twice-weekly or weekly, folks are reading their local paper as soon as it is delivered. Newspaper...

 

Change begins with you

With the first full week of 2013 behind us, I think I see some things that need to change. Yes, I know what you’re thinking, “Already?” Yep, already. So here goes. First, you need to stop referring to a man’s friendship with another man as a...

 

Moms, mistakes and memories

Philosopher Erich Fromm said, “The mother-child relationship is paradoxical and, in a sense, tragic. It requires the most intense love on the mother’s side, yet this very love must help the child...

 

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 the information in case questions arise. Items...

 
 By Submitted    News    January 10, 2013

The winner is

Shyla Martinez, center, was the winner of a raffle hosted by the Texas Trail Museum (represented by Jackie Mueller, at right) and the Texas Trail Market (represented by Bill Cushing, at left). The... Full story

 

News Notes

Habitat for Humanity seeks homebuyers for 2013 building season Habitat for Humanity, The Heart of Wyoming, Inc. is currently seeking homebuyers for the 2013 building season. If you are interested in owning your own home and meet the following...

 
 By Submitted    News    January 10, 2013

Wyoming-National Archery in the Schools state virtual tourney set

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will host the Fifth Annual Wyoming –National Archery in Schools Program (NASP®) State Virtual Tournament Feb. 18 to March 1. The tournament is open to fourth through twelfth graders who compete in elementary, m...

 
 By Submitted    News    January 10, 2013

New year mean new licenses needed

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department reminds hunters and anglers that most 2012 licenses and stamps are no longer valid in the new year. The one exception is for 2012 elk licenses that are still valid in areas with elk seasons extending into...

 
 By Submitted    News    January 10, 2013

Time to apply for limited-quota spring turkey draw

Time to apply for limited-quota spring turkey draw The deadline for hunters applying for a spring turkey license for one of the limited-quota turkey areas is Jan. 31 for both online and paper applications. For 2013, hunt areas 6, 8, 10, and 13 are...

 

Student of the week: Pine Elementary

Tucker Norman is a student committed to learning and encouraging others to do the same said Pine Bluffs Elementary principal Sue Stevens. “Tucker embraces leadership with confidence, and leads in a...

 

New county commissioners sworn in

Three new county commissioners were sworn in by Judge Thomas T.C. Campbell Monday afternoon at the Laramie County courthouse. Buck Holms, Amber Ash and Lee Hasenauer are part of the historical...

 

Burns Lady Broncs top Saratoga, fall to Lingle

The Burns Lady Broncs got off to a good start for the second half of the basketball season, recording a 54-31 victory over the Saratoga Lady Panthers on the road on Friday. The Lady Broncs hosted...

 

Broncs return to court with two wins

The Burns Broncs can call the inaugural weekend of 2013 a resounding success. After heading over the summit to play Saratoga and returning with a 68-42 victory, the Broncs put out the welcome mat for...

 

Lady Hornets have tough weekend

rtion of their basketball season with a couple tough losses. On Friday, they traveled to Kimball where they experienced a 16-42 loss at the hands of the Lady Longhorns. Still on the road Saturday, the...

 

Longhorns, Tigers take sting out of Hornets

Coming off a two-week winter break, the Pine Bluffs Hornets headed out on the road for their first two contests of 2013. On Friday, the Hornets went east to face off with the Kimball Longhorns. The Ho...

 

Bowling results

Week of Dec. 27, 2012 Tuesday Mixed 1. Sandy’s Team 271 2. Kim’s Team 247.5 3. Heidi’s Team 247 Women’s Highs Handicap game: Heidi Hueftle 254 Handicap series: Heidi Hueftle 647 Scratch game: Sandy Harmon 177 Scratch series: BJ Bowman 449 Men...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    January 10, 2013

Banner County News

Several ladies joined in celebrating the arrival of our newest community member, Miss Sierra Sue Johnson with a baby shower held Sunday, Dec. 30, at the Harrisburg Community Church. Mom, Stacy,...

 

Hereford News

The January Senior Citizen community potluck luncheon will be held on Friday, Jan. 18, at 12:15 p.m. at the Grover Senior Center. Everyone 55 and older are welcome to attend. Come and join in the fun...

 

Looking Back

100 years ago Word reached Cheyenne late yesterday (Monday) of the death of County Commissioner W.G. Curtis of Torrington. While it was generally known that Mr. Curtis was in poor health, the news of his death came as a great surprise to his many...

 

Albin News

Albin brought the new year in all dressed in white. The bunnies are even scurrying around in the cold. The Albin Community Center hosted a fun evening of games, music and pot luck snacks New Year’s Eve. Everyone who attended said it was nice...

 

Bushnell News

The Firebelles meet Thursday, Jan. 10. The Granny Craft Club meets Monday, Jan. 14. The Firemen’s Meeting is Thursday, Jan. 17. The village board meeting will be held on Thursday, Jan. 17, instead...

 
 By Cheryl Ososky    News    January 10, 2013

Grover News

The January Senior Citizen community potluck luncheon will be held on Friday, Jan. 18, at 12:15 p.m. Everyone 55 and older are welcome to attend. Come and join in the fun with your friends and...

 

Here come the low fat, low calorie dark dank dreaded days of January

You didn’t think about the 400 calories a square of Grandma’s fudge. And forget about being mindful of the 1,800 calories on the plate at Christmas dinner or those parties where you munched 3,000...

 

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