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Articles from the February 8, 2018 edition

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 By Zach Spadt    News    February 8, 2018

Water allocations effect local farms and ranches

Ten to 20 eastern Laramie County agriculture producers who farm in western Nebraska will have chance to give input on how irrigation water is allocated. Every third year, the South Platte Natural...

 

New online jury management system available soon

Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke is pleased to announce that a new jury management system will soon be available to the citizens of Wyoming. The eJuror system will provide potential jurors the flexibility to communicate with the...

 

Senioritis

Senior year is hard, even for the seniors. "I feel like I'm surviving but just barely," was the answer I got from most of the 2018 Graduates to be. I decided to ask what advice seniors would give to...

 

Margaret Ann Eckrich

Margaret Ann Eckrich, 78, of Cheyenne passed away Jan. 31st at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center.  She was born March 24, 1939 in Chicago, IL. She married Paul Eckrich on May 5, 1962. Margaret is survived by her husband; son and daughter-in-law,... Full story

 

Pine Bluffs FFA reflects on a busy 2017

As we looked back on our 2017 year, we have realized that we have accomplished many great things as a chapter. One of the first things that kicked off our 2017 year was the state officer visit. With t...

 
 By JT Mohren    News    February 8, 2018

Pheasant Fest 2018

Pine bluffs youth chapter of Pheasants Forever participates in an annual gathering with other youth chapters all around America at Pheasant Fest. Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic is a trade show...

 

Billy J. Lindsey A Veteran's Story

Billy J. Lindsey was born in Milliken, Colorado. He moved when he was a toddler to Sheboygan, Wisconsin. During his junior year, Lindsey enlisted in the Wisconsin Army National Guard. Just prior to...

 

Valentine's Day

As Valentines Day approaches lets look at the symbols that we associate with this romantic day. Of course there are flowers and cupid, rings and dinners and of course hearts. How did this iconic symbol come to be. It doesn’t look like the human...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    February 8, 2018

Continuing momentum, Hornets win two last week

Pine Bluffs continued its stellar basketball season last week with wins over Southeast High School and Glenrock as they headed to a 16-1 record for the season. Playing at home Friday, Pine Bluffs...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    February 8, 2018

Burns Broncs fall to Lusk, Glenrock

The Burns Broncs dropped an away and home game last week. Playing Glenrock at home, the Broncs lost 48-24 Friday, but it was a tale of two halves said head coach Sean Patterson. “We were not prepared to play at the speed that Glenrock was playing...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    February 8, 2018

Lady Hornets have 2-0 weekend

Kammie Ragsdale had an incredible weekend on the court, scoring 32 points to lead the Lady Hornets to two wins against Southeast and Glenrock. The Lady Hornets knocked off Southeast 42-29 at home...

 

Pawnee Coyotes fall to Prairie Mustangs

Pawnee Coyote boy's team traveled to Prairie Friday February 2 to play the Mustangs and brought home a loss 52-62. Josh Duggan led the team with 14 points and made 7 rebounds; James Krist added 12...

 

Burns/Pine Bluffs Wrestlers Results

Central @ Burns/Pine Bluffs on 02/01/2018. Burns/Pine Bluffs (BURN) 33.00 Central (CENT) 31.00 106: Nathan Broomfield (CENT) over (BURN) (For.) 113: David Fales (CENT) over (BURN) (For.) 120: Double...

 

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