Articles from the April 19, 2018 edition

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 By Zach Spadt    News    April 19, 2018

Learning about government

Operating a swimming pool is expensive. As an example, Pine Bluffs pays about $60,000 each year to operate its swimming pool, which is only open three months out of the year. That’s why council...

 By Zach Spadt    News    April 19, 2018

High-speed pursuit ends in arrest

A Cheyenne woman faces more than a dozen charges after she was arrested following a high-speed pursuit that ended near Egbert last week. According to a Wyoming Highway Patrol press release, Natsha Jo Dawn Patnode, 29, was arrested late Tuesday night...

 By Zach Spadt    News    April 19, 2018

Pine Bluffs sixth at state academic challenge

Pine Bluffs academic challenge team members took sixth place at the state meet held in Riverton last week. Team members included Scout Pachel, Samuel Garcia, Taylor Crouse, Christina Yeley-Ritter, Greg Fornstrom, Reagan Pachel, Joey Romans, Diana...


Christopher Scott Kimzey

Christopher Scott Kimzey, 21, passed away unexpectedly on April 10th, 2018 in Laramie, WY. A memorial service will be held at First Christian Church on April 17th, 2018 at 2pm in Laramie, with a...


Mearl I. Binning

Mearl I. Binning, 96, passed away on April 10, 2018 at Pointe Frontier Retirement Community in Cheyenne. Mearl was born April 24, 1921 in Potter, Nebraska. Mearl lived in Cheyenne the past 10 years....


Mary Harris Brees

Mary Harris Brees, 101, of Pine Bluffs died on April 12, 2018 at Life Care Center of Cheyenne. Mary was born November 23, 1916 in Casper Wyoming to William (Scotty) and Margaret Harris. Mary...

 By Steve Peiffer    News    April 19, 2018

Pine Bark and IPS Beetle...He is here

Practically synonymous with each other in description, except for their Scientific names and the exact type of damage they do, the Mountain Pine Beetle, Pine Bark Beetle, Black Hills Beetle, Rocky...


Click It Don't Risk It!

Seat belts reduce the risk of death in vehicle accidents by 50 percent according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The leading cause to death of 15 to 29 year olds is car accidents. Over...


Kevin F. Borquez A Veteran's Story

Kevin F. Borquez takes pride in his family well as his family's military background. It is with this deep respect for his dad, his uncles, and cousins and their time in the military...


The Life spring brings

If you've ever been around baby animals, I'm sure you're able to recognize the warm, cheerfully-serene feeling that seems to radiate from around them. Personally, it doesn't get much better than...


ALBIN elementary SCHOOL 3 qtr HONOR ROLL 2017-2018

All A’s Qtr 3 Abraham Serrano Gonzalez Isaac Waiters Cooper Allen Dyggan Kriz Sutter Allen Merika Amend Ashlynn Anderson Avery Head Vanessa Perez-Mendoza Shakira Serrano Mienn Skinner A & Bs Qtr 3 Alexander Head Aleasha Hildebrandt Kelton Krakow...


Pine Bluffs Recreation Department to host 2018 WRPA quarterly meeting

The Pine Bluffs Recreation Department has been awarded the opportunity to host the upcoming 2018 WRPA (Wyoming Recreation Parks Association) quarterly board meeting and Spring Workshop here in Pine Bluffs.  The WRPA Board Meeting will be held at...

 By Zach Spadt    Sports    April 19, 2018

Pine Bluffs second at Burns

BURNS - Four Pine Bluffs Hornets added to already impressive seasons last week with wins on the track and in the field at the Burns Invitational track meet last Thursday. Riding an outstanding year...

 By Zach Spadt    Sports    April 19, 2018

Lady Hornets take third

BURNS - Kendra Sloan might have earned the Lady Hornets' only event win last week at the Burns Invitational track and field meet, but several of her teammates put up strong performances to help the te...

 By Zach Spadt    Sports    April 19, 2018

Burns second at home

BURNS — Arguably the nicest weather for track this year set the stage for the Burns High School track and field invitational last Thursday. And the Broncs took advantage of it as team members put up several strong performances to earn third place.... Full story

 By Zach Spadt    Sports    April 19, 2018

Everyone contributes to Lady Broncs home success

BURNS — It was a good day to be a Lady Bronc at the Burns Invitational track meet last week. Piper Perez ran the 400-meter in 1:05.84, earning first place. Her teammate Layne Burnett dominated mid-distance events with wins in both the 800-meter...

 By Zach Spadt    Sports    April 19, 2018

A beautiful day for track and field

Thursday's track meet in Burns was the perfect day for such an event with warm weather and blue skies.... Full story

 By JT Mohren    Sports    April 19, 2018

Pine Bluffs Track Team off to great Start

The 2018 Pine Bluffs track team is coming off with a great start to the season winning their first two track meets at Kimball and Bayard. The Kimball meet had six teams there and the weather was...


Be Aware of bogus fundraising insurers

CHEYENNE-Wyoming Insurance Commissioner Tom Glause is asking Wyoming consumers and Wyoming clubs and organizations to be aware of some recent scams and fraudulent schemes that have been perpetrated against fundraising efforts. Glause said, “Summer... Full story


Prepare for spring flood risk

As Wyoming’s snowpack begins to melt and rivers and streams begin to rise, it's important to remember that flooding is not covered by homeowners insurance. Wyoming Insurance Commissioner Tom Glause encourages renters, homeowners, and business owner... Full story


Where is the Track and Field Capital of Wyoming

Have you ever wondered which town in Wyoming deserves the title of the track and field capital of Wyoming? If one looks at the state archives of individual champions, a likely place to start is the...


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