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Articles from the March 7, 2013 edition

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 By Charlene Smith    News    March 7, 2013

Council approves resolution for new clinic building

In an unusually brief meeting for the Pine Bluffs town council Monday evening, the members approved a resolution for the demolition of the existing Tri-County Medical Clinic and reconstruction of a ne... Full story

 
 By Submitted    News    March 7, 2013

Gilberts on CMT

Everyone knows the love that Lloyd and Dema Gilbert have for the old west and wagons. They have been part of the Pine Bluffs Trail Days parade for many years. In October last year, they were asked to supply a chuck wagon for a television show at the...

 
 By Bill Sniffin    Opinion    March 7, 2013

Pickens plan for natural gas trucks has ramifications

It’s easy appreciating the energy conversion efforts by Texan T. Boone Pickens. His campaign to increase the use of natural gas powered vehicles is having some big effects across America and in...

 

Where does the music take you?

I’ve become enamored by the Playing For Change videos that have a home on YouTube. Have you seen these?  It’s possible someone has posted a video on your Facebook page and maybe you shared it...

 

Edith E. Lang

Edith E. Lang, 100, of Carpenter, died Friday, March 1, 2013, at Cheyenne Life Care in Cheyenne. Edith was born on Aug. 12, 1912, at the home of her parents Claude and Lenna (Kendrick) Hardy near Carpenter. She attended and graduated from Carpenter...

 

Vivian Kenzy

Vivian V. Livingston Kenzy, 100, a resident of Life Care Center of Cheyenne, went home to be with her Lord on Saturday, March 2, 2013.  Vivian was born in Tripp, S.D., on Jan. 9, 1913, to Otis O. and Della Livingston. Vivian married Albert A. Kenzy...

 

Gorman, Patterson exchange vows

Christina Elizabeth Gorman and Sean Michael Patterson were united in marriage July 7, 2012, at the Presbyterian Church in Laramie, with Rev. Dan DeBruyn officiating the double-ring ceremony. The...

 

Jares

Braden Lawrence Robert Jares was born to Robbi Russi and Larry Jares of Cheyenne on Jan. 16, 2013, in Cheyenne. He weighed 6 lbs. and was 18.5 inches long. He was transported to Denver’s...

 

Brent

A son, Julian Herbert-Mack Brent was born to Michelle Miller and Justin Brent of Pine Bluffs. Julian was born at 9:03 on Feb. 25, at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center....

 

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...

 

News Notes

Kindergarten screening set at Carpenter elementary Do you live in Laramie County School District No. 2? Do you have a child who is five years old or going to be five years old by Sept. 15, 2013? If so, Carpenter Elementary School will be holding its...

 
 By Submitted    News    March 7, 2013

Gate City Lodge No. 32 to hold open house

The Gate City Lodge No. 32 celebrated 100 years Sept. 4, 2012. In celebration of this historic event, lodge members are holding an open house and inviting the general public to attend on March 9, at...

 

Bowling Results

Monday Women 1. Pine Bowl 183 2. Designs West 142.5 3. Coyote Sanitation 123.5 Highs Handicap game: Natalie Freeburg 250 Handicap series: Pat Reher 659 Scratch game: Kathy Freeburg 194 Scratch series: Kathy Freeburg 508 Wednesday Mixed 1. Drew’s Te...

 

Burns athletes Romsa, Ward, Wilcoxson named All-State

Burns High School athlete Shana Wilcoxson has spent her winter competing in indoor track for Cheyenne East High School. Her hard work over the winter has paid off with her being named All-State in... Full story

 

Burns Broncs downed by Wyoming Indian in consolation championship

Burns Bronc Travis Romsa kept up his All-State winning pace scoring nearly a third of his team’s points in their three-game appearance at the Big Dance last weekend. The lost their first game, won...

 

Pawnee Coyote basketball teams victorious, head to regionals

Pawnee Coyotes Taking two wins and a loss in neutral playoff games last week, the Pawnee Coyotes now head into regional action at Sterling, Colo. this weekend. The first round of district play...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    March 7, 2013

Give a man a fish, he'll make you dinner. Teach a man to fish, he’ll be gone every weekend.

If my oldest was given a fish for dinner, you can bet fish patties would not be on the plate. But tuna or salmon patties are healthy, inexpensive, quick and simple to make. All that said, this recipe...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    March 7, 2013

Banner News

Banner County has seen a big improvement in weather over this past week. A little preview of spring. Hopefully a lot of rain will soon be coming our way. With the warmer weather this weekend my yard h...

 

Bushnell News

Don’t forget to set to set your clocks ahead! Daylight Savings Time starts this Sunday. The Granny Craft Club meets at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 12. The United Methodist Women meet on Wednesday, March 13. The village board meets at 7 p.m. on...

 

Pine Bluffs News

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 prizes and they will be...

 
 By Cheryl Ososky    News    March 7, 2013

Grover News

The Senior Citizen organization at this time will be taking a years break from having potluck luncheons. We would like to thank all of those who have participated in the activities which were...

 

Burns News

Hello to everyone in southeastern Laramie County! We in Burns are very proud of our outstanding athletes that made All-Conference this past week. Those students are: Travis Romsa, and Taylor Kirkbride for the Burns boys basketball team and Megan...

 
 By Carolyn Ragsdale    News    March 7, 2013

Hereford News

The Senior Citizen organization at this time will be taking a years break from having potluck luncheons. We would like to thank all of those who have participated in the activities which were...

 

Looking Back

100 years ago Washington, March 4. -In the presence of a vast throng of his fellow citizens, Woodrow Wilson today stood in front of the east portico of the capitol and took the oath of president of the United States. Thomas R. Marshall already had...

 

No-till notes — Where are we headed?

Over the past few articles I’ve written about how we developed a no-till cropping system for our farm. After a few years of using no till on our dry land acres, we adopted our irrigated acres to no-till production practices. We found the same...

 

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