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 By Jimmie Earls    News    February 18, 2016

Jeffres signs as walk-on at UW

Local University of Wyoming football fans will have extra reason to root for the Cowboys over the next few years. That's because Pine Bluffs High School senior Kyle Jeffres signed a letter of...

 

Tourism on my mind in Vegas while enjoying big Broncos win

Soon, members of the tourism industry in Wyoming will be gathering in Cheyenne to celebrate a banner year, which saw about ten million people visiting the state in 2015, including over 4 million...

 

Clarence "Bub" Gieber

Clarence "Bub" Gieber, 89, of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming, died at the Cheyenne Health Care Center on Wednesday, February 10, 2016. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, February 15, 2016...

 

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...

 

SourceGas is Now Black Hills Energy

SourceGas is now Black Hills Energy, as Black Hills recently announced its successful acquisition of SourceGas, the natural gas utility serving 429,000 customers in Arkansas, Colorado, Nebraska and...

 

Lady Broncs continue to struggle, suffer two losses

The Burns Lady Broncs continue to struggle to put up points as they fell to Pine Bluffs on Friday, 66-27, and Southeast on Saturday,35-23. Against Pine Bluffs, the Lady Broncs showed a flash of...

 

Sharpe scores big to lead Burns over Southeast

Sam Sharpe put up big numbers as the Burns Broncs pulled out a win against Southeast last Saturday at home, 46-43. Saturday was senior night for the home team. Sharpe led all scorers with 22 points....

 

Looking Back

75 Years Ago Febraury 20, 1941 Potato school to be held here Feb. 27 Quality potato production in Wyoming will be the theme of a all-day potato school scheduled here for Thursday, Feb. 27. This will be one of a series of meetings on potato...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    February 18, 2016

Banner County News

Good morning Banner County! Here is hoping that all is well with all of you. We only had three days of school this week, so our boy had some serious cleaning to do. His room is, or was, scary to walk...

 

Hereford News

The 55 And Up Club met on Friday, February 12, for their monthly potluck luncheon. The theme for the day was Valentine’s Day. There were several door prizes given. They went to Kirk Rush, Bob...

 

Albin News

Friday night brought in a dense fog and a change in the air. Saturday had s sense of spring. The trees in Albin began to melt. The bark cracked with the weight of the frozen fog coming out. They all...

 

Pawnee boys split a pair with conference foes

The Pawnee Coyotes won one and lost one last week to move to 4-7 in league play and 5-12 overall. Last Thursday, the Coyotes hosted Briggsdale in a conference contest. From the opening tip-off, the Coyotes wasted no time taking control of the game...

 
 By Mark Watson    News    February 18, 2016

No Till Conference

The Panhandle No-Till Partnership will again be hosting our winter conference at the Gering Civic Center on Feb. 23-24. The conference will focus on the benefits of no-till crop production. Whether...

 

Hornets down Longhorns, Burns, Lusk

A high scoring game at home saw the Pine Bluffs Hornets come out the victor against the visiting Kimball Longhorns 76-70. The win against the Longhorns is helping the Hornets prepare as they near post-season play. “Kimball is very similar to some...

 
 By Submitted    News    February 18, 2016

Bastian marks 90th

Ben Bastian recently celebrated his 90th birthday with a family dinner in Cheyenne. Ben was born in Cheyenne and grew up on a farm near Burns. He is the only child of Wesley and Lela Bastian. He volunteered to serve during World War II and was sent...

 
 By Larry Kane    News    February 18, 2016

All aboard the Prairie Dog Express

During the years before and through the 1950s, a train ran daily from Cheyenne o Sterling, Colorado. The train would run one direction one day and return the following day. The route included the...

 

Lady Hornets hold on to beat Kimball, roll past Burns, Lusk

A second half rally by the Kimball Longhorns was almost the undoing of the Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets, at home Tuesday. The Lady Hornets were able to hang on to win 49-46. "We played a solid first half...

 

Ronning, Kelly take third at Carbon County Invite

The Burns/Pine Bluffs grapplers hit the road last weekend to take part in the Carbon County Invite. Wrestling at 195 pounds, Eldon Kelly rallied to place third in his division. Kelly kicked off his tournament with a bye before losing to Dryden Menk...

 

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