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Articles from the July 21, 2022 edition

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 By Karen Lipska    News    July 21, 2022

Texas Trail Museum holds annual meeting

You live and breathe a part of the past that is set up with knowledge and to learn every day at a museum. On June 25th the Texas Trail Museum had their annual meeting at 1 p.m. at the Donald...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    July 21, 2022

Ordinances, Community Master Plan topics at Town Council

After the meeting was called to order shortly after 7:00 p.m., Mayor Justin Fornstrom welcomed everyone and then led the town council and visitors in saying the Pledge of Allegiance. After everyone was seated, the meeting started with the business...

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    July 21, 2022

Grand Marshals selected for Trail Days 2022

Bunny and Allan Jones are the Pine Bluffs Grand Marshal for Trail Days 2022. They were excited but asked "why?" "We haven't done anything fantastic in the community!" Bunny Higday's family moved to...

 

University of Wyoming's Dr. Holly Krutka Testifies Before the Senate on Hydrogen

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-WY), ranking member of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources (ENR), welcomed Dr. Holly Krutka, executive director of the School o...

 

Update - Laramie County Early and Absentee Voting in the 2022 Primary Election

Early and absentee voting for the August Primary election started on 1 July, with a record 161 voters turning out to cast their ballots on the first day. After 10 days of early voting in the atrium of the Laramie County Governmental Complex, more...

 

Message...from the Pine Bluffs Police Department Lock it and Protect it

We at the Pine Bluffs Police, Pine Bluffs, WY would like to remind everyone to take precautions to better protect their property. In years past, outdated phrases such as "Lock it or lose it," were use...

 

Invasions of the Body Snatchers

At least it feels like it sometimes. No, there aren't any body snatchers around. At least that I know of. But at this time of year the noxious weeds seem to be taking over. As I walked through a...

 
 By Mike Heath    News    July 21, 2022

Education in Wyoming - An Interview with Megan Degenfelder Part 1

Megan Degenfelder is one of the candidates running for Superintendent of Public Instruction. I had the opportunity to interview her for this critical position earlier this month. What I found most interesting about Ms. Degenfelder is that she...

 

U.S. Army Chaplain Corp's 247th BIRTHDAY

Chaplain (Major General) Thomas L. Solhjem became the United States Army's 25th Chief of Chaplains on May 31, 2019. He is ordained as a minister and endorsed as an Army chaplain by the General...

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    July 21, 2022

Summertime brings in weak Wheat harvest

Trucks are usually lined up going to the elevators, but not so much this year. The Wheat harvest has started for 2022. They are in the middle of it right now, it started late because the fields were...

 

Childcare cost assistance available for LCCC students in fall semester

CHEYENNE, Wyoming – Money will be available for qualified Laramie County Community College students to assist with the cost of childcare during the Fall 2022 semester. The LCCC Emergency Childcare Assistance Grant provides funds for students enroll...

 
 By Karen Lipska    Sports    July 21, 2022

AREA T-BALL GAMES

The kids have their ball gloves on and are ready to go out on the field. On July 14th Burns vs Pine Bluffs were playing ball games. It ranged from T-Ball clear up to Little League. The Pee Wee and T-...

 
 By Karen Lipska    Sports    July 21, 2022

Hell on Wheels Rodeo

The animals had the upper hand for the night. On July 15th the Hell on Wheels Rodeo was at the Archer Event Center. The rodeo season has one month to go and it has been a busy season for all the...

 

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