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 By Gary Collins    News    April 6, 2017

Seuss Is On The Loose

Children at schools in Pine Bluffs and Carpenter Fifth grade, sixth grade and kindergartener Saw a man in a hat with stripes red and white Tell Dr. Seuss stories, what a delight! They laughed, they...

 
 By Gary Collins    News    April 6, 2017

Hanson retires at the top

After 24 years Deidre Hanson is retiring form her duties as a school nurse at Pine Bluffs and Albin and with the honor of being named Wyoming's Greatest School Nurse. In a contest put on by the...

 
 By Bill Sniffin    Opinion    April 6, 2017

Would you believe that the biggest ship in the world once was the Wyoming?

In this world, there are big ships. And there are really, really big ships. To put the name Wyoming in the same sentence as “the biggest wooden ship ever built” just would not make sense to most r...

 

Senators Enzi and McCain reintroduce the Coins Act to save billions in taxpayer dollars

U.S. Senators Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., and John McCain, R-Ariz., recently reintroduced the Currency Optimization, Innovation, and National Savings Act of 2017 (COINS Act), legislation that would modernize our currency by moving to a $1 dollar coin, reduce...

 

Energy Committee advances two Barrasso water bills

U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) praised the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee for passing two Barrasso water bills, the Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) Transparency Act S. 216 and S. 199, a bill that would expand the water storage...

 

Woern and Culp to wed

Mr. and Mrs. Brett Woern of Anchorage, Alaska are pleased to announce the upcoming wedding of their daughter, Anna Carolyn Woern to Trenton Lloyd Culp, son of Mr and Mrs Kevin Culp of Pine Bluffs,...

 

Pine Bluffs Police Department Blotter

Activities and calls for the Pine Bluffs Police Department during the week of March 16 through March 21 were as follows: 1 Fight call 1 Citation issued for possession of marijuana 3 Traffic stops 1...

 
 By Gary Collins    News    April 6, 2017

Another successful year for Burns/Carpenter Taco Bingo

Walking tacos, bingo and prizes were the fare for the evening at Carpenter Elementary School Saturday night to raise funds for the kids, schools and communities of Carpenter and Burns. The parent's or...

 

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...

 
 By Gary Collins    News    April 6, 2017

Rocky Mountain Oysters served up by Grover FFA

Rocky mountain oysters were on the menu at the 47th Annual Grover FFA Hired Hand Auction and Oyster Fry held at Pawnee School in Grover, Colo. last Saturday night. Also being served were chicken strip...

 

Looking Back

100 YEARS AGO April 5, 1917...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    April 6, 2017

Banner County News

Good morning! Here is hoping that you all are having a great week. The rain is wonderful isn’t it? Roads are pretty testy but still the rain is nice. Things are starting to look pretty good, nice...

 
 By Carolyn Ragsdale    News    April 6, 2017

Hereford News

This week at the Hereford Community Church Holy Communion was served and the congregation burned their burdens. For the special Steve Hauer sang Behold. The sermon topic was The Voice of Caiaphas. He...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    April 6, 2017

Albin News

Why is it on the dreariest day of early Spring do the bulb flowers decide to bloom? It must be one of those built-in fail safe natural cheers just in case we get too gray with our colorless lives....

 
 By Gary Collins    News    April 6, 2017

Burns Junior High students take third at Science Olympiad

Competing in their fifth Wyoming Science Olympiad (WYSO), Burns Junior High students won their first trophy, taking home third place, in Division B. The competition took place at Casper College...

 
 By Gary Collins    News    April 6, 2017

Taking notes while making notes

Elementary and Junior High School students in the district were treated to constructive analysis and critiques of their musical ability at the District Music Festival held at Albin Elementary March...

 
 By Gary Collins    News    April 6, 2017

Randall throws hat into ring for council seat

Throwing his cowboy hat into the ring, Donn Randall is vying for one of the two open Pine Bluffs Town Council seats which are to be decided in the May 2 election. Randall had briefly considered a run...

 
 By Jimmie Earls    Sports    April 6, 2017

Bad weather cancels Bayard Invite; local teams try again this week

The Burns and Pine Bluffs teams were all set to compete at the Bayard Invitational last weekend, but unfortunately, Mother Nature had other plans. With the threat of inclement weather looming, officials cancelled the meet. Pine Bluffs was just...

 
 By Jimmie Earls    Sports    April 6, 2017

Pawnee boys place fifth at Holyoke Invite

The Pawnee boys track and field traveled to Holyoke last Thursday, where they took fifth place. Place School Score 1st Burlington 150 2nd Sedgwick County 78 3rd Limon 64 4th Akron 59 5th Pawnee 57...

 
 By Jimmie Earls    News    April 6, 2017

Honoring a fallen brother

Members of the Louis E. Canady American Legion Post 60 from Pine Bluffs gathered at Calvary United Methodist Church in Bushnell, Neb. to pay respect to Wayne Marshall, a U.S. Army veteran who passed...

 

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