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 By Zach Spadt    News    February 22, 2018

Town council discusses potential internet provider

Pine Bluffs may get a new internet provider. During the town council’s regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, council members heard a proposal that Visionary Broadband utilize space on the town-owned communications tower. Pine Bluffs Town Attorney Al...

 

Charles Donald Morse

Charles Donald Morse, 96, of Burns passed away February 12, 2018, at Davis Hospice Center in Cheyenne. He was born August 5, 1921, in Wheatland to Charles and Nora Morse. He married the love of his...

 

Bee friendly Bee smart

The Bee-Event of the year, the Wyoming Bee College, is coming to the Laramie County Community College March 17-18. No, it isn't a school for bees. It's for anybody and everybody who wants to learn...

 

Farms and Land in Farms

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WYOMING - The number of farms and ranches in Wyoming in 2017 totaled 11,400, down 200 operations from the 2016 estimate. Total land in farms in Wyoming, at 30.2 million acres, was down less than one-half percent from the 2016 es...

 

Annual Forages A Producer's Perspective

“Annual Forages – A Producer’s Perspective” March 8 in Kimball Nebraska Extension will be hosting area producers in a roundtable discussion on the use of annual forages in crop and cattle production systems. Topics will include: Dryland and...

 

FFA more than just farming

When it comes to the importance of Agriculture, it's incredibly high, the reason being simple. We all need food if we want to stay alive. FFA focuses on that but has more defining qualities as well....

 

Slayer's Farewell

After 37 years of playing music, the heavy metal band Slayer is coming to an end. Although their fame and fortune will more than likely continue, the members have decided to retire. Forming in 1981,...

 

Michael G. Heath A Veteran's Story

Michael G. Heath grew up in the Gainsville, Florida area. He graduate from high school in 1973. College was on his mind to become a veterinary technician. Upon being accepted into a pre-vet program at...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    February 22, 2018

Fornstrom looks forward to UW

Haize Fornstrom grew up attending University of Wyoming football games at War Memorial Stadium. Next year, he'll be on the field as a UW player. "Growing up, we always went to the UW game as kids,...

 

Lady Coyotes play hearts out

Friday February 16 was parent appreciation night. All the basketball players and managers presented rose's to their family member that gathered on the gym floor. Special presentations were made for...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    February 22, 2018

Strong second half gives Broncs win in Lingle

Down 16-23 after two quarters of play in Lingle Friday, the Burns Broncs needed a strong showing to pull off a victory on the basketball court. And they got it. The Broncs beat Lingle 47-39 after a slow first half. “It was a very physical game,...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    February 22, 2018

Lady Hornets roll Lingle-Ft. Laramie

The Lady Hornets ended their regular season on a high note Saturday, downing Lingle-Ft. Laramie 74-30. Lingle-Ft. Laramie only managed to score in the double-digits in the first quarter. In the third...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    February 22, 2018

Hornets end season with big win Saturday

The Pine Bluffs Hornets put on a show during their last regular season game of the year Saturday. Playing Lingle-Ft. Laramie at home that afternoon, the Hornets got out to an early lead and never...

 

Burns/Pine Bluffs Wrestlers head to state

WHSAA 2A East Regional Results for Burns-Pine Bluffs Weight Class 120 Zach Cudney (15-25) placed 7th and scored 0.00 team points. Quarterfinal - Dalton Butler (Hulett) 17-17 won by major decision over...

 

Wyoming Business Report and Made Safe in Wyoming offer 2018 Cybersecurity Competition for Wyoming Small Business

CHEYENNE – To motivate Wyoming business owners to become cyber secure, the Wyoming Business Report and Made Safe in Wyoming are sponsoring the 2018 Cybersecurity Competition. The competition kicks off Feb. 12 and concludes in the fall of 2018 with...

 

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