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Articles from the July 16, 2020 edition

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 By Jim Angell    News    July 16, 2020

Plenty to do at 70th Trail Days

Pine Bluffs’ 70th annual Trail Days celebration may officially be limited to three days this year, but there’s enough going on to keep anybody busy through the weekend. Donn Randall, chairman for the annual celebration, said several groups have p...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    July 16, 2020

Texas Trail Museum opens for the summer with new displays to see

Taking a stroll down memory lane takes on a whole new meaning when visiting the Texas Trail Museum. Opening day for the summer season of 2020 started on July 1st. According to museum curator Mary...

 

Carol E. Fyfe Goranson

Carol E. Fyfe Goranson took her last earthly breath and was in the presence of her Lord and Savior on Friday, July 3rd, 2020 at Heritage Estates in Gering, NE. Although she had been "isolated" from fa...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    July 16, 2020

Albin town council discusses generators, land purchase and truck repairs

The search for a maintenance man to serve the Town of Albin continues. According to Town Clerk, Jillian Kriz, interviews are continuing. Old business consisted of a review for the lunch program; with...

 

Laramie County Community College announces spring 2020 graduates

CHEYENNE, WYOMING — Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the list of graduates for the 2020 spring semester. Under the list of graduates, students earning high distinction (HD) graduated with a cumulative grade point average...

 

Red Flag Warning

Just in case you haven't noticed, it's been HOT the last several days. And it's only going to get worse. This is the time of year that everything dries out. We feel really good when we have plenty of...

 
 By Darla Haug    News    July 16, 2020

Pine Bluffs Trail Days 70 Years old and still growing strong

70 years ago, members of the then Pine Bluffs Businessmen’s Association met to organize the first Pine Bluffs Trail Day. Since that time, it has grown from a one-day event featuring a parade, a barbecue and rodeo, to a five-day celebration filled...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    July 16, 2020

Vernon Kitchen A Veteran's Story

"I felt it was my calling!" said Vernon A. Kitchen of his military service. Kitchen comes from a military background. His father, Richard C. Kitchen served in the U. S. Army and is a Korean War...

 

Laramie County sees seven-fold increase in absentee ballots from 2016 Primary Election

CHEYENNE—More than 25 percent of Laramie County’s 35,572 registered voters have requested an absentee ballot for the August 18 Primary Election. Since the start of absentee voting on July 2, the Clerk’s office has mailed nearly 9300 ballots to...

 
 By Jim Angell    Sports    July 16, 2020

Delancey claims two top honors in Albin Rodeo

Cheyenne cowgirl Reagen DeLancey picked up first-place honors in two events at the July 11 Tim Malm Junior Rodeo in Albin. DeLancey, one of dozens of competitors at the fourth annual rodeo held in hon...

 

Beau Scarborough continues rodeo dream

Beau Scarborough, a 2019 graduate of Pine Bluffs High School still chases his dream of being one of the best in bronc riding. Scarborough will be starting his second year at Casper College in the...

 

Not final, but nearly there

The Coronavirus Pandemic has proven to be one of- if not the- hardest times to be a student of any kind. It has taken me nearly two weeks to get started writing this newspaper article because I...

 
 By Jim Angell    News    July 16, 2020

Pine Bluffs Galactic Lemonz to play two shows for Trail Days

A Pine Bluffs three-piece band will be treating listeners to a mix of classic rock and heavy metal music on July 31 as part of Trail Days. And some of the songs that will be played by Galactic Lemonz...

 

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