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Articles from the February 14, 2013 edition

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Burns land bid accepted

With a full house seated in council chambers, the Burns Town Council opened bids for a several lots of property the town offered for sale. The property is on North Main Street and had been sought for...

 

Spreading a little love!

Once the calendar turned on another year, this family changed Christmas lights to Valentine to spread a little love for the Pine Bluffs Community. The full display has two lighted hearts with bushes...

 

News that matters

I am sure many of you tuned in to the 55th Grammy Awards presentation, Sunday night. I tuned in a bit late, but was there soon enough to see one of my favorite bands, Mumford and Sons, perform with an array of musicians and then win album of the...

 

An Unchained Valentine

My most favorite, most memorable valentine I ever received was anonymous. When I was in seventh grade, someone left a three pound box of chocolates on my doorstep. No note, no call later to see if I...

 

10 years of writing a statewide column

This statewide column-writing idea started when Wyoming Tribune Eagle managing editor Reed Eckhardt asked me to write a weekly commentary about the 2002 statewide political races. And here we are,... Full story

 

Herman Enderson

Herman Enderson Herman Emil Enderson, 91, of Greeley, Colo., died Feb. 2, 2013, at Hospice of Northern Colorado in Greeley. He was born on June 2, 1921, in Genoa, Colo., to Mattias and Alice...

 

Mark S. Veneklasen

Mark S. Veneklasen, 68, passed away on Jan. 22, 2013, in Fort Collins, Colo., after a brief battle with melanoma.  Mark was born Aug. 21, 1944, to Paul and Louise Veneklasen in Massachusetts, and was raised in Southern California with his older...

 

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...

 

Military News

Word has been received that Mark Sanders, son of Norman and Lynda Sanders of Pine Bluffs, has been promoted to the rank of Lt. Colonel. Mark is serving with the 178th Combat Engineer Battalion with...

 

News Notes

Personal property reporting deadline approaching According to Brenda Arnold, Laramie County Assessor, the deadline for reporting personal property for taxation purposes is rapidly approaching. Wyoming Statute requires all merchants, manufacturing, co...

 

School News

Honor roll corrections — Burns Junior/Senior High School The following changes were made to the first semester honor rolls at Burns High School: Seventh grade — Karah Ipsen made the 3.0 honor roll; Eighth grade — Roslan Fichtner was moved to...

 

An etched future in business for Pine Bluffs FBLA

Laramie County School District No. 2 trustees and guests were treated to a first look at the Pine Bluffs Future Business Leaders of America new endeavor Monday evening at the school board meeting in...

 

All roads lead to reconstruction

The commissioners got down to business Tuesday afternoon at their bimonthly meeting in Cheyenne and approved nine consent items before addressing a short agenda. West Allison Road reconstruction was a...

 

Broncs Broncs pick up wins against Southeast, Saratog

A make-up game worked out well for the Burns Broncs on Thursday as they traveled to Southeast and brought home a 51-36 win. On Saturday, the members of the Bronc Nation open the gym to the Saratoga...

 

Hornets tack on a win over Potter-Dix, lose to Lusk

The weekend was a good one for the Pine Bluffs Hornets despite splitting the results of games against Potter-Dix and Lusk. Friday’s game was an overwhelming 74-49 victory for the Hornets at... Full story

 

Pawnee slides by Prairie

On Friday night the Pawnee Coyotes took on the Prairie Mustangs and held an early, narrow lead for a 48-46 victory. The Coyotes topped the Mustangs in the first quarter, 13-10 and that was followed...

 

Lady Broncs add two victories

The Burns Lady Broncs tacked on two more wins last week as they defeated Banner County 61-20 on Tuesday, and Saratoga by a score of 57-43 on Saturday. Sandwiched between the victories was a 40-49...

 

A win, a loss for Lady Hornets

Friday night found the Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets on the road heading east to Potter-Dix for a game against the Lady Coyotes. Pine Bluffs kept the game well in hand, bringing home a 52-36 win. On...

 

Lady Coyotes move to 12-1

Pawnee’s Lady Coyotes had their weekend cut short by weather, but managed a win before the snow cancelled Saturday’s Woodlin game. In a thrilling home game against Prairie Friday Pawnee came out...

 

District grapplers 7th at Southeast Duels

The Burns/Pine Bluffs wrestling team traveled to the Southeast Duels Feb.2, and after defeating three teams and losing to two, came away with a seventh place finish in a field of 21 teams. The...

 

Bowling Results

Monday Women 1. Pine Bowl 116 2. Subway 76.5 3. Texas Trail Market 72.5 Highs Handicap game: Carol Bradley 237 Handicap series: Carol Bradley 635 Scratch game: Amanda Mullins 201 Scratch series: Amanda Mullins 534 Tuesday Mixed 1. Killer B’s 14 2....

 
 By Barb Cross    News    February 14, 2013

Banner News

ighbors near and far. What a busy week last week was. Music students at Chadron, district FFA at Gordon, and district wrestling at Sutherland! Not to mention basketball. As these particular sports...

 

Bushnell News

For those of you who missed the Kimball Concert Association’s show on Sunday night, the Thuringer Salonquintett gave a beautiful performance. It’s too bad the weather deterred people from coming....

 

Burns News

Hello from everyone at the Burns Branch Library! We would like to let everyone know that the library will be closed Monday, Feb. 18, in observance of Presidents’ Day. While we are on the subject of holidays did you know that February is National...

 

Hereford News

For the special this week at the Hereford Community Church Rosalyn Reifschneider read the lyrics for the song “Jesus Loves The Little Children.”  The sermon topic was “Love of Family....

 

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