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Articles from the February 13, 2014 edition

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Gov. Mead reads to Pine Bluffs elementary students

Governor Matt Mead along with Mayor Bill Shain, LCSD No. 2 Superintendent Jack Cozort and other successful and caring individuals took some time Wednesday afternoon to read. They were not studying a...

 

'Let your love show, it's the season'

I like humming a tune. Sometimes I don't even realize I am singing. Once, I guess I was getting a little carried away and some lady told me I "must be really happy today." I took it as a slam, as she... Full story

 

Birth: Braxton Stephen Nelson

Stephen Nelson and Jennifer Gorman of Cheyenne are the proud parents of a baby boy, Braxton Stephen Nelson. Braxton was born at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center in Cheyenne on Sunday, Jan. 5, 2014 at... Full story

 

Romsa signs up for four more years

Coach Marv Mirich, Drew Severn, Sean Patterson along with principal Jerry Beking, brother Brandon and mom and dad Lori and Scott Romsa gathered around Travis Romsa as he prepared to sign papers...

 

Hornets beat Panthers

The Hornets vs. Saratoga game that began neck-and-neck Friday night ended in a 14-point lead for Pine Bluffs. The first half ended with Saratoga and the Hornets tied 12 and 12, but it didn't take long...

 

Lady Hornets split wins

Friday night's home game against Saratoga brought an easy win for the Lady Hornets. After an earlier match with Saratoga, Pine Bluffs was confident they could repeat the routing of the visiting team....

 

Double 'w' for Burns

Senior night festivities didn't take away from the Burns fight against the Southeast Cyclones. Friday night, the Broncs went up against the Cyclones. In the end, the Southeast game was just a lot of...

 

Lady Broncs rebound from loss

Southeast Coach Bart Trautwein asked the referee early in the game if he could "get some calls our way." The Lady Cyclones weren't expecting Burns to show up to play. But the first quarter is where...

 

Coyotes experience losing weekend

The Pawnee Coyotes faced off against two opponents this weekend, losing to Prairie Friday night, and losing to Shining Mountain Saturday. The Coyotes lost to Prairie 56-42 and lost to Shining...

 

Losing week for Lady Coyotes

Friday, the Pawnee Lady Coyotes loaded up for a conference game in New Raymer against Prairie. Coming in on the heels of more losses than wins, Pawnee and Coach Samantha Ramos were both hoping to see...

 
 By Zachary Laux    News    February 13, 2014

60 years: Pine Bluffs couple celebrates 60 years of marriage this Valentine's Day

For Leonard and Norma Jean Anderson, Valentine's Day is about looking back at how their relationship grew over a 60-year marriage. "I think it is a time to reminisce about the good times in our...

 
 By Zachary Laux    News    February 13, 2014

School board postpones decision on 2014/2015 calendar

Laramie County School District 2 School Board members briefly discussed the possibility of a 4-day school week for the district Monday night, as it explores calendar alternatives for the 2014/2015...

 

FFA shoots for $700 in name of cancer research

The Pine Bluffs Future Farmers of America raised about $700 in the name of cancer research Friday night, with only four days of planning. "I think this is a great fundraiser," said FFA member Wyatt...

 

Burns celebrates seniors

Eighteen seniors joined arms at the end of the Burns court Friday night, waiting for their name to be called. The recognition was meant to honor the "effort, loyalty and dedication" from the Burns... Full story

 
 By Zachary Laux    News    February 13, 2014

$500 Shot!

Colby Lamb, 13, made an easy $500 Friday night at halftime of the Hornets vs. Saratoga game. "I didn't think it was going to go in at the start of it," he said after making a half-court shot. Lamb is... Full story

 

Albin Community News

If you are running out of freezer space, lucky for you the snow drifts are sticking around for extra storage. I personally like the white ground. It makes it more of an adventure waiting to see what... Full story

 

Burns community news

Did you know? Presidents’ Day never falls on the actual birthday of any American president. Four chief executives, George Washington, William Henry Harrison, Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan, were born in February but their birthdays all come... Full story

 

Herford community news

There was no church at Hereford this Sunday because of the weather. The potluck dinner and film will be next Sunday. The sermon topic will be “Gideon.” The 55 and Up Club will hold their monthly... Full story

 
 By Barb Cross    News    February 13, 2014

Banner community news

Forecast says it will warm up quite a lot in the next week. All I am going to say about that. Guess I am really tired of this and ready for spring! Speaking of winter and the cold, the Winter... Full story

 

Looking Back

100 years ago Some time ago we offered our plant for sale at a bargain – better than $200.00 less than cost, but so far no one has dug up any cash, so we think it proper to keep the paper going until a good man comes along who has the nerve to... Full story

 

No-till Notes: 10 Tips

By Mark Watson Panhandle No-till Educator I mentioned I was speaking at the No-till on the Plains annual winter conference. I am speaking to producers at the conference as part of a 40 tips in 50 minutes presentation with Paul Jasa, UNL no-till... Full story

 

Thoughts for the week

“When the conduct of men is designed to be influenced, persuasion, kind, unassuming persuasion, should ever be adopted. It is an old and a true maxim, that a “drop of honey catches more flies than a gallon of gall.” ~ Abraham Lincoln “Most...

 

Robert Leroy Eisenhauer

Robert Leroy Eisenhauer, 85, of Cheyenne (formerly of Laramie) died Jan. 31in Cheyenne. He was born May 22, 1928, in Wolbach, Neb., to Harry and Truly (Padgett) Eisenhauer. The family moved to Pine...

 

62nd Legislature begins

Representative John Eklund of Albin, sits in the background listening intently to the govenor deliver a motivational "keep moving forward," State of the State address. The budget along with many...

 

Bowling Results

Tuesday Mixed 1 Bob's Team 17 2 P & Z 16 3 Spare Room 14 Women's Highs Handicap Game Allie Leitza 254 Handicap Series Allie Leitza 660 Scratch Game Carrie Popham 169 Scratch Series Lorna Bruns...

 

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