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Articles from the February 21, 2013 edition

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Police department cultivating community partnerships

Pine Bluffs police chief Robin Clark is excited about the growth she is seeing in partnerships around the community. “We were one of the first departments to meet with our principals after the last... Full story

 

Timeless donation

Johnie Lemaster and his sister Viola Person stand with Lemaster’s 1927 15:30 HI tractor international that was an exact replica of their father’s first tractor. Lemaster recently donated the...

 

Don’t let fearful thoughts control you

I watched a movie this weekend that I have seen many times before. However, this time the movie hit me in a different way.  The movie, Chasing Amy, is directed and written by Kevin Smith. Smith is well known for his other films, Clerks, Mallrats, Ja...

 

The story behind life

“What’s the story behind this afghan, mom,” asked my oldest as he snuggled under the blanket. I told him his great-grandmother crocheted it and I stole it from my sister. He wondered why I took...

 

School News

Music booster event coming up The Pine Bluffs Music Boosters will be hosting their 10th annual bingo on March 8 at the Pine Bluffs Community Center. Come celebrate and join the music boosters for some great food, music and fun. There will be lots of...

 

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...

 

Correction

It was incorrectly reported in the Laramie County School District No. 2 Board meeting article last week on the honor for Darrel Repshire. It should have read that he received the Outstanding Educational Support Person (ESP) for Eastern Laramie...

 

Heirlooms Remembered

It was a chilly crisp day I let my thoughts fade away. The water flows over my hands As I grab the wet fabric bands. The soap residue sticks to my skin My hands not as wrinkled as they could have been. When the clothes finish with the wash I run it...

 

W-E-N-T-L-E-T-R-A-P; all letters lead to state spelling bee

Burns eighth grader Katie Norris, daughter of Titus and Charlotte Norris, is stepping up when it comes to spelling words. She tied for first place at the regional spelling bee competition. “I put...

 

Think Pink

The Relay for Life Team of Burns (The Old Woman Who Lived in the Shoe is the team theme this year) had a great deal of support from fans who attended the 2013 “Pink” Game between Pine Bluffs and...

 

From rubble comes new facilities

Pine Bluffs maintenance leveled the old bathroom and pavilion at City Park Monday. The town council agreed to place a new bathroom and shelter at the park as part of one of the many rehabilitation... Full story

 

LCSD2 round-ballers headed to regional tourney

The Pine Bluffs Hornets are heading into the post-season high on three solid road victories last week. On Tuesday, the team headed to Guernsey to play a make-up game. The final score was 81-75... Full story

 

Broncs top Panthers, fall to Hornets

A make-up game against Wright turned out right for the Burns Broncs last week. Traveling to the Panthers den on Monday, the Broncs put out a strong effort to bring home a 57-47 win. On the home court...

 

Lady Hornets win play-in, head to regionals

The Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets had one chance to make it to the regional tournament; and a long, tough schedule to get through. The game that put them into the tourney was played Monday night, but to...

 

Lady Broncs battle Wright, Pine Bluffs

The final two games of the regular season for the Burns Lady Broncs proved to be tough battles against Wright and Pine Bluffs. Burns played at Wright Tuesday to make up the last postponed game of the...

 

Lady Coyotes head into final weekend at 14-1

With two more games in the books, the Pawnee Lady Coyote’s are showing no signs of slowing down. On Thursday, they posted a 65-53 win over host Briggsdale. The team improved to 14-1 overall with a...

 

Pawnee brings two wins home

The Pawnee Coyotes played both of last week’s games on the road and brought home two wins to increase their record to 10-5 overall and 7-2 in league action. On Thursday, they defeated Briggsdale by...

 

Bowling Results

Monday Women 1. Pine Bowl 143 2. Subway 102 3. Designs West 88 Highs Handicap game: Thea Curless 238 Handicap series: Carol Bradley 633 Scratch game: Jesi Zitek 187 Scratch series: Jesi Zitek 503 Tuesday Mixed 1. Killer B’s 17 2. Beth’s Team 17...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    February 21, 2013

Banner News

With Valentine’s Day behind us and a few days off from school, it sure has been nice to just enjoy being home. We (I) have under taken a re-modeling project that I am getting really tired of and...

 

Bushnell News

The village meeting was pretty short again this month, but some helpful reminders were mentioned. The landfill fee is increasing by $2 a month, to $13. The postal service meeting to gather input on...

 

Albin News

The deep freeze has hit Albin. It seems just when we get a day without snow, the wind blows in chilling temperatures. But, sooner than we can get our propane tanks filled again, spring will be here...

 

Hereford News

For the special this week at the Hereford Community Church Steve Hauer sang “To Forgive.”  Pastor Opdycke began teaching on the seven deadly sins. The sermon title this week was “A Foolish...

 

Looking Back

100 years ago Several cases of diphtheria have developed in Sheridan, as the result of which several families have been placed under quarantine. Governor Carey vetoed the bill granting Mrs. Mary Stres...

 

Presidential recipes from Washington and Lincoln

I know you think I’m going to give you a recipe for cherry pie, as we all tend to associate cherries, particularly cherry trees with our first president. But just as the mid-19th century accounts de... Full story

 

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