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Articles from the February 19, 2015 edition

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Smile, you're on camera

Smile, you're on camera. As students board new buses in the Laramie County School District #2 and even as they wait outside they will be on camera. The safety feature is part of the guidelines set...

 
 By Polly Taylor    News    February 19, 2015

Clinic grand opening held

The construction is done, the building is finished except for a few minor touches, and soon the move begins from the temporary home of the Tri-County Medical Clinic on Main Street back to it’s home...

 

Talking to future journalists at UW

Could journalism be any more different today than it was when I started over 50 years ago? How on earth can you give advice to aspiring journalists about their futures today? Those questions loomed...

 

Althea 'Marie' Nugent

Althea ‘Marie’ Nugent, 96, of Cheyenne, passed away Friday morning, Feb. 13, 2015, at the Kindred Healthcare Center. Marie was born Sept. 8, 1918, in Gothenburg, Ne., a daughter of the late Clayton L. and Mae T. (Fotchman) Butler. Marie was an... Full story

 

Joseph S. Glenn

Joseph S. Glenn, Jr., beloved son of Regina and Joseph Glenn, caring brother of John Glenn, Mary Glenn, Julie Glenn-Seely, and Louise Breedlove, cherished father of Lisa Glenn and Gregory Glenn, passed away Feb. 8, 2015. Joe was born in Pennsylvania... Full story

 

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...

 

Sweat, blood, tears

Its an age old tale of rival teams from neighboring towns, and in eastern Wyoming one of those rivalries is between Pine Bluffs and Burns basketball teams. Pine Bluffs held on to win the contest,...

 

Ragsdale signs Letter of Intent

Pine Bluffs senior Jaden Ragsdale, 18, has signed a letter of intent with Frank Phillips College in Borger, Texas. The college, located 40 minutes north of Amarillo, offered Ragsdale a nearly full-ride scholarship and the chance to play college...

 

Great practice leads to great win for Hornets

The Pine Bluffs Hornets traveled to Burns to shut out the Broncs, 57-22, on Friday, February 13. The game began with a the Hornets taking possession and losing it to the Broncs' Noah Tyler in the...

 

Lady Coyotes get first win of the season

The Lady Coyotes traveled to Briggsdale Thursday for a loss against the Falcons, 77-17, then hit the road again for Weldona Valley where they brought home their first win of the season, 49-43. Coach Megan Malcom said the score was the team’s lowest...

 

Cyclones serve Broncs second weekend loss

Following a loss to Pine Bluffs the Burns Broncs traveled to Yoder for a match up against the Southeast Cyclones and came home with a 67-34 loss. Despite a few early turnovers, missed shots and failed free throws attempts, the Broncs were able to...

 

Coyotes knock down two wins

The Pawnee Coyotes shut out Briggsdale 72-33 on Thursday, February 12, despite missing a key player before a harder-fought second win against Weldon Valley, 53-42. Drew Ellis was out with a concussion Thursday, but coach Tim Brunelle said other playe...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    February 19, 2015

Banner County News

News, Notes, and Nonsense Good morning all, hope you had a nice Valentine's Day! We had a nice dinner here at home, with candles and all. Fresh flowers and chocolate, can't beat that. I happened to...

 

Hereford News

Sixteen people enjoyed the potluck luncheon with the 55 And Up Club on Friday the 13th. Valentine’s Day was the theme, and everyone received a valentine treat. The doorprize was won by Dorothy...

 

Looking Back

100 Years Ago Feb. 18, 1915 One of the nicest social events of the season was the Valentine Social given by the Epworth League Thursday evening at the residence of J.M. Mann. The spacious rooms were beautifully decorated with strings of pink, red...

 
 By Mark Watson    News    February 19, 2015

No-Till Notes: 'Concepts and Attitudes'

The past couple of weeks I attended No till On the Plains winter conference and the Colorado Conservation Tillage Association’s High Plains No-till Conference. I enjoyed both conferences and felt...

 

Nashville bound?

FFA has taught 18 year-old Rowan Fichtner a lot about public speaking and doing one's best. The leadership program has also boosted his confidence and tested it. Fichtner, who has been a member of FFA...

 

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