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 By Cynthia Shroyer    News    April 11, 2013

Out like a lion

This time weather forecasters were right — as promised Winter Storm Walda forced itself on the area Monday night, turning much needed rain into inches of snow. Half a foot of snow was on the ground...

 
 By Submitted    News    April 11, 2013

Water project requires shut offs

The town of Pine Bluffs is currently replacing old water mains in the town. The project will continue until sometime in October at which time it will shut down for the winter. During this...

 

Another impassable situation passes

There was a little storm, Walda, that passed by Monday evening. Not Waldo as in “come find me,” because this little girl found her way to us. Due to political commitments, I was an accidental...

 

The blessings of small town living

Living in a small town provides one with some unadvertised benefits. I suppose to some they could be a hindrance, but, I would wager, in the right light, all would see it as a benefit. What benefit?...

 

Thought for the week

Although the world is full of suffering, it is full also of the overcoming of it. Helen Keller (1880 - 1968)...

 

Shirley McGrann

Shirley Y. (Penwell) McGrann, 76, of Pinedale, went home to be with the Lord on April 4, 2013. After a short battle with cancer, Shirley died at home surrounded by family and friends. Shirley was...

 

Military News

Smith graduates infantry training Army Pvt. Eryn D. Smith has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier received training in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading,...

 

Birth Announcements

Hansen A son, Trystin Aarron, was born to Chelsea (Thompson) and Michael Hansen at 5:54 p.m. on March 23, 2013 at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center. Schinzel Devin and Andrea Schinzel, and big sister, Reagan Beth, of Limon, Colo., are proud to...

 

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...

 

School News

Asay selected for Girls State Austin Asay has been selected by the American Legion Auxiliary William Horne Unit No. 64 to be their delegate to the annual Girls State program. Delegates are chosen for...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    April 11, 2013

Burns FCCLA assists area families

The Burns chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America received more than gold medals at the state convention in Cheyenne which was held March 19-22. They also brought home 60 boxes of...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    April 11, 2013

Student of the Week

The lights shine bright for Burns High School senior Mark Brown. And sometimes he even helps light them. BHS was putting on a production for the first time in many years, and couldn’t get the...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    April 11, 2013

Writers, future business leaders and academic phenoms recognized

While Winter Storm Walda blazed a trail of wintery weather outside, board chairperson Esther Davison welcomed some of the young author winners from Laramie County School District No. 2 Monday evening...

 

Broncs track squad takes first place at Tri State Invite

“First” was the word of the day Thursday for the Burns Lady Broncs as they competed at the Tri State Invite in Chappell, Neb. The team took first place in the women’s competition with 110.50...

 

Broncs take second at Tri State Invite

Ninety points were earned by the Burns Broncs Thursday to land them in a solid second place in a field of 12 teams at the Tri State Invite in Chappell, Neb. Top place finisher Paxton had 143 points...

 

Hornet teams fare well at Guernsey Invite

The Pine Bluffs Hornets track team traveled to Guernsey for an invitational on Saturday and came away with several first place finishes. The 4x100 relay teams both took first place. The men covered...

 

Pawnee senior Johnston excelling in jumps

Lyndee Johnston had a good week last week. She is the newly crowed prom queen for Pawnee High School, and after this Coyotes’ performance in the Randell Hess Invitational she holds the longest...

 
 By Submitted    News    April 11, 2013

April Fools surprise for Pine Bluffs racer

Cheyenne Matthews got quite a surprise when David Chalman, owner of Cheyenne Auto Glass, called her and asked if she wanted a bike to race for free. She was not even planning on racing this year...

 
 By Brian Heithoff    News    April 11, 2013

Expansion into computer repair, IT announced by High West Energy

Now relaunching a former segment of its business, High West Energy introduces High West Digital Solutions to expand services and accommodate digital market demand. Electricity co-op High West Energy today announced the launch of High West Digital...

 

Bowling Results

Monday Women 1. Pine Bowl 265 2. Subway 241 3. Designs West 237 Highs Handicap game: Kayla Kay 258 Handicap series: Kayla Kay 669 Scratch game: Kayla Kay 217 Scratch series: Kayla Kay 546 Tuesday Mixed 1. Killer B’s 2. Spare Room 3. Beth’s Team W...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    April 11, 2013

2013 Burns Prom – Ragtime never saw such sparkle

The Burns junior and seniors danced the night away Saturday evening in the Cheyenne Depot. The theme this year was the ‘20’s and Gatsby’s clan would have been entertained by the 21st century...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    April 11, 2013

Pawnee Prom 2013 – Country paradise under a mason jar chandelier

Over 60 students, administration and school board dined Saturday evening on smoked chicken, pork and brisket served by the eighth grade to kick off the 2013 Pawnee Country Prom. The cafeteria was...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    April 11, 2013

Broncs morph into singing pirates and entertained sold out audience

The energic nervous hum from the music room at Burns high almost sounded like music Friday evening. And so it should. With the cast and crew of Pirates of Penzance dressing, curling, and coloring...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    April 11, 2013

Commissioners proclaim April Month of the Military Child

The Laramie County Commissioners took advantage of honoring the local military by declaring April Month of the Military Child Tuesday afternoon. Wyoming National Guard youth coordinator Robin Gorsuch...

 
 By Submitted    News    April 11, 2013

St. Paul's prepares to celebrate 100th

The congregation of St. Paul Catholic Church is preparing for a celebration of its centennial and is seeking assistance in creating a memorial album. The album will be filled with letters, stories and photos from friends and family. They are asking...

 

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