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Articles from the January 14, 2016 edition

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 By Jimmie Earls    News    January 14, 2016

Crash near Pine Bluffs leaves one dead

A Scottsbluff, Nebraska woman died early Sunday morning after she rear-ended a commercial truck on Interstate 80 just west of Pine Bluffs, near mile marker 393. According to Sgt. David Wagener,...

 
 By Jimmie Earls    News    January 14, 2016

The Year That Was 2015

JULY July 2, 2015 Veterans Memorial Park receives thumbs up from SLIB The Veterans Memorial/Community Plaza project, which has been in the works for more than a year, and spearheaded by Larry Silvey,...

 

Build me a Wyoming rancher

For some reason, small town newspaper publisher-types get called upon often to speak at funerals. I have done it many times. Usually, these folks are capable speakers and often they can put into...

 
 By Jimmie Earls    News    January 14, 2016

Local students ready to spell it out

Several students from local schools will compete Wednesday, January 20 in the Laramie County Spelling Bee, which will be held in the Union Pacific Centennial Room in the CCI Building at Laramie County Community College.  The top two spellers from...

 

2016 Arbor Day poster contest is open

Wyoming State Forestry Division and Wyoming Project Learning Tree (WY PLT) are teaming up again this year to hold the annual Wyoming State Arbor Day poster contest. This year Wyoming will celebrate its 128th Arbor Day. The contest is open to all...

 

Cheyenne Audubon sponsors lecture Jan. 19

The Cheyenne – High Plains Audubon Society is presenting a lecture Jan. 19 on the health of southeast Wyoming’s grasslands, given by Brent Lathrop of The Nature Conservancy. TNC has been evaluating local grasslands and developing a plan of...

 
 By Submitted    News    January 14, 2016

Wyoming Guard members recognized

Members of the Wyoming National Guard were recognized for their outstanding service during 2015 at the Outstanding Solider and Airman of the Year banquet, Jan. 9. The following individuals were recognized for their leadership, military bearing,...

 

Our view

A businessman is interested in purchasing land in Pine Bluffs to set up a sale barn. While only in the exploratory stages, the thought of bringing new commerce to the area is a welcome and exciting prospect. Attracting a sale barn to our community...

 

Ice fishing for burbot on the Gorge helps fisheries managers

The subzero temperatures Sweetwater County experienced in December will likely produce some of the best ice fishing season Flaming Gorge Reservoir anglers have experience for several years. With two burbot ice fishing derbies coming up at the end of...

 

Lady Hornets sweep Winter Classic

A slow start in the first half was capped off by explosive second half as the the Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets opened the annual Winter Classic in Sheridan County against Tongue River on Thursday with a...

 

Pine Bluffs stings all at Winter Classic

Hornets buzz past Kaycee Solid performance and multiple players scoring double digits, helped the Pine Bluffs Hornets sweep all teams at the Winter Classic in Sheridan County, last weekend. The...

 

Tough weekend for Burns Broncs

Broncs struggle against Big Horn An early lead proved insurmountable to the Burns Broncs as they open the Winter Classic with a loss to the Big Horn Rams, Thursday, in Sheridan County, 16-57. Burns...

 

Looking Back

75 Years Ago January 16, 1941 New skating rink filled yesterday ready to freeze A committee from the Lions Club has been active this past week in getting the new ice skating rink in shape for the first hard freeze. The location, which is just west...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    January 14, 2016

Banner County News

Good morning! Well it is still bright and beautiful outside my windows. Some recent warmer weather has helped melt the snow a tiny bit but there is still plenty of it around. We still have a fairly...

 

Hereford News

This week, January 10, at the Hereford Community Church Tami Walden was celebrating her birthday. For the special, Carol Opdycke read Choose the Good and What The Saints Have Taught Us from her...

 

Albin News

Not many billionaires reside in Albin or even Laramie county. However, there could be one more this week. Have you bought your ticket? Maybe you are a first time buyer. It might be a waste of $2, but...

 

Lady Broncs win one at Winter Classic

Burns struggles in Winter Classic opener The Burns Lady Broncs took on the Big Horn Lady Rams to kick off their weekend. Burns struggled offensively and could not rally to defeat the Lady Rams. Big...

 
 By Mark Watson    News    January 14, 2016

Blue Dasher Farm focuses on research

Many of you may remember Dr. Jonathon Lundgren, a former entomologist with USDA-ARS in Brookings, S.D. Dr. Lundgren spoke at our Panhandle No till Partnership winter conference a few years ago. He is...

 

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