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Honors and calendar top school board discussions

Laramie County School District #2 board met Monday evening in Carpenter and had the unique opportunity to honor three of their four school systems. Burns head basketball coach Sean Patterson received...

 

I have a dream today

I have never felt the pain of not belonging. Oh, I went through high school like everyone else, and as a shy, red-headed baby sister of an athletic brother and social sister, it was tough. The politic...

 

Stay healthy and help others do the same

I had intended to write about the wonderful, albeit sad, experience my wife and I had while watching the film, Les Miserable. I meant to tell you that, if you plan to go see it, take a box of tissues or a handkerchief. But I can’t. I can’t...

 
 By Submitted    News    January 17, 2013

School News

Chaires earns academic honors Grace Chaires, a graduate of A Beka Academy, was named to the first semester Dean’s List. To be on the Dean’s List, a student must have a 3.30 to 4.00 grade point average. Chaires is a Liberal Studies major at...

 
 By Submitted    Calendar    January 17, 2013

Community Calendar

Thursday, January 17 Fun for Kids Fun for Kids — House and Home will be presented for preschoolers at the Pine Bluffs Branch Library at 10 a.m. High school sports Pawnee basketball teams will travel to Prairie. Serenity Al-anon Pine Bluffs...

 
 By Submitted    News    January 17, 2013

Pine Bluffs Lions Club to host Souper Bowl challenge

A week after the annual NFL contest, members of the Pine Bluffs Lions Club will hold their own version of a Souper Bowl. Area community members are invited to prepare their best homemade soups and breads to enter into a Soup/Bread Challenge. On Feb....

 
 By Submitted    News    January 17, 2013

Adoption

Curt, Wanda and Merina Theobald announce the adoption of their daughter and sister, Karlyn Faith Sheng Nan Theobald. Karlyn was born on Aug. 6, 2012, in Shanghai, China. Karlyn’s grandparents are Lance and Alice Theobald and Omar and Emma Helmuth,...

 
 By Submitted    News    January 17, 2013

News Notes

Application information for the 2013 Wonderful Wyoming Boys’ State Conference, June 1 through 7, at the State Fair Grounds in Douglas, is now available at the local high school, from your local American Legion Post and on line at...

 
 By Submitted    News    January 17, 2013

Delta Kappa Gamma (Upsilon Chapter) 30h Annual Book Sale

Members of Delta Kappa Gamma, an international society of women in education, will collect books beginning Feb 1 for their 30th annual Used Book Sale. Collection will end on Feb 24. Collection boxes are located at all Cheyenne grocery stores...

 

Paul A. Michaud

Paul A. Michaud, 91 of Ft. Collins, Colo., died Jan. 4, 2013. A vigil and rosary service will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 9, at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8...

 

Correction

In the Jan. 10, 2013 edition, we mistakenly listed Sandy Rageth instead of Lois Rageth as speaking to the Pine Bluffs council in the Pine Bluffs council starts a new year article. Our apologies for any hardship this may have cause...

 

Honored after 40 years

The employees at Farmers State Bank honored 40 year employee Rachel Lipska with a Denver Bronco themed open house. Rachel stayed with the bank through raising three children and welcoming five...

 
 By Mark Watson    News    January 17, 2013

No-till notes — educational meetings, part 2

The field pea meetings have all been scheduled and times and places have been finalized, so I wanted to pass this information on to growers around our region. These meetings will cover production of...

 

Burns set to sell land, bids being sought

Matt Fields appeared before Burns Town Council Monday night to present an offer to purchase land owned by the town of Burns. The cash offer was not accepted due to statutory requirements. The land at...

 

Lady Coyotes extend streak to 7-0

The Pawnee Lady Coyotes traveled to Greeley Dec. 18, to play a non-league game against Union Colony and brought home another win 63-25. “With a 24-0 lead after the first quarter and a 36-2 lead at h...

 

Mitchell Tigers maul Broncs

A Tuesday night game at Mitchell last week ended poorly for the Burns Broncs as the Tigers took a swipe at the Broncs and sent them home licking the wounds from a 79-51 loss. “We did not play our be...

 

Cyclones reduced to a light breeze

A winter storm provided a change of pace for the Pine Bluffs Hornets, stopping them from their travels to Guernsey Friday. Nothing stopped the Southeast Cyclones from making a trip to the Hornet’s...

 

Lady Hornets suffer at hands of Lady Cyclones

The Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets let in a blustery wind courtesy of the Southeast Lady Cyclones Saturday night and suffered a biting 21-58 loss to the visitors. “We struggled defensively against...

 

Pawnee Coyotes drop game to Otis

The Pawnee Coyote defense left opponent Otis open at their end of the court much of Saturday’s game in Pawnee. Coupled with not making enough fourth quarter shots to compensate for what they left...

 

Pholman places at tourney

TJ Pholman placed 5th in the 113lb weight division at the Shane Shatto Memorial Tournament in Douglas the first weekend of January. The Burns/Pine Bluffs wrestlers head to the Dogger Invite this...

 

Bowling Results

Monday Women 1. Designs West 393.5 2. Conoco 304.5 3. Coyote Santition 296 Highs Handicap game: Christy Barker 238 Handicap series: Kayla Kay 642 Scratch game: Christy Barker 203 Scratch series: Kayla Kay 516 Tuesday Mixed 1. Killer Bees 4 2....

 

Albin resolves to prevent hazards

Jeanine West from the Emergency Management Agency presented the Albin council Thursday evening with the resolution to adopt the hazard mitigation for Laramie County. West began working with Albin and...

 

Bountiful Baskets comes to Albin

Bountiful Baskets is a volunteer food coop program that brings low cost produce to your area. For $15 you receive a conventional basket, $25 for a 100 percent certified organic basket. Each week...

 

Student of the Week

Pawnee fifth grader Hannah Kinnison is dedicated and never gives up even when the work gets difficult. “I like writing but haven’t written anything other than what the teacher tells me,” smiled...

 

Quick meeting for new commissioners

Commissioner Troy Thompson was elected chairman of the Laramie County Commissioners Tuesday afternoon. “As commissioner Humphrey said two years ago, chairman doesn’t mean any added power just...

 

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