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 By Allie Hurley    News    August 14, 2014

Candidate guest at town meeting

During the Pine Bluffs Town Meeting Monday, Aug. 4, the council reviewed some financial items and had a special guest in the audience. The first item for new business the council discussed was the Emergency Medical Technician Director salary. The...

 

Union Pacific Railroad Caboose

The recently sand-blasted and re-painted Union Pacific Railroad Caboose is now open for tours at the Texas Trail Museum. It went into service in 1952, and sadly retired in 1959 when the Union Pacific...

 

Who is going to win big in the primary?

The 2014 Republican primary is shaping up to be a real doozy. Just about all the statewide action of this political cycle will be decided in less than a week from right now. Thus, it is time to make...

 

John Henry Cushing

Eileen and Bryan Cushing, of Pine Bluffs, are happy to announce the birth of their son, John Henry Cushing. John was born at 7:02 p.m. July 19, 2014 at the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center in...

 

Chaires makes Dean's list

Grace Tillman Chaires, 18, of Egbert, earned honorable mention to the Dean’s Honor Roll during the 2014 Spring semester at Central Christian College in Kansas.Grace is majoring in business. She is the daughter of Chuck and Susan Chaires, also of...

 

Ladies golf at Cottonwood

The Panhandle Senior Ladies Golf Association held their latest outing at Cottonwood Golf Course in Torrington. The team of Gail Magers, Beth Korell, Terry Korell, and Norma Perkins took first place. Joy Eberhardt, Margaret Lienemann, Dee Vogel, and...

 

Guess where

How well do you know Laramie County? You can find out by participating in the Pine Bluffs Post's "Guess Where?" segment. Each month, we will publish a photo and it is up to you to guess where it was... Full story

 

Community Calender

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 which... Full story

 
 By Submitted    News    August 14, 2014

LCSD2 free and reduced price meals

Laramie County School District 2 announces its policy for free and reduced price meals for children unable to pay the full price of meals served under the National School Lunch Program and School Brea...

 
 By Allie Hurley    News    August 14, 2014

Mini triathlon to raise many dollars

What could be more fun than swimming, riding a bike and taking a walk with a little friend? This is what Sanja Fronstrom, Recreation Director, asked when she thought of the idea for the Mini Me Triathlon, which will be held Aug. 24. Fornstrom also...

 
 By Charlene Smith    News    August 14, 2014

Albin News

The rooster is waking us up a little later in the morning and the sun is peaking out above the horizon later. We are on the fast track to winter. Someone told me yesterday that there is a big artic...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    August 14, 2014

Banner Co. News

Good morning Banner County! Same to all neighbors, near and far. We find ourselves in the middle of August. I can not believe it. Swimming pools will be closing and schools will be opening! The YMCA...

 

Bushnell News

Family night is Saturday, August 16. Join your neighbors at 6 p.m. in the community center for a potluck dinner and conversation. If you have news, announcements, meeting times/dates, information...

 

Hereford News

I don’t have the Hereford Community Church news this week. I wasn’t there because I attended my 50 year class reunion on Sunday. The sermon topic scheduled for next week will be “Afflicting the...

 

Looking Back

100 years ago August 14, 1914 The most daring riding cone by women anywhere in the world is that of the cowgirls who participate in the Frontier Days celebration at Cheyenne, Wyoming. Vying with the cowboys in skill and nerve, there remarkable young...

 
 By Mark Watson    News    August 14, 2014

No till notes: American Society of Agronomy

I was invited to do a presentation via webinar by the American Society of Agronomy. They sponsored a 3 series webinar titled “Replacing Fallow with Cover Crops and Annual Forages in the Semi-Arid Ce...

 

Brett Kupec (R)

Place of residence: Cheyenne Other elected offices held: None Qualifications for office you are seeking: I was a small business owner for over 25 years as well as a project manager for Laramie County School District #1 for the past seven years. I...

 

Christine Lummis (R)

Place of residence: Cheyenne Other elected offices held: LCCC Board of Trustees Qualifications: LCCC Board of Trustees, Cheyenne Animal Shelter volunteer fund raiser, Old West Museum volunteer fund raiser and auxiliary officer, TH member for 10...

 

David Beedle (R)

Place of residence: Cheyenne Other elected offices held: No Qualifications for office you are seeking: I Owned my own business since 1969, ran big shops of 200 people and more, giving me experience budgeting money. I have an Automotive degree from...

 

Kurt L. Wilson (R)

Place of residence: Burns Other elected offices held: Vice President, President, Past President, Southeast Wyoming Fraternal Order of Police Qualifications for office you are seeking: Leadership, Honesty, Integrity, Honor, Fairness Why you are...

 

Ron Kailey (D)

Place of residence: Cheyenne Other elected offices held: None Qualifications for office you are seeking: Lived in Laramie County 52 years 5 Generation Family of Laramie County. Understands the workers and management of community position. As a Water...

 

Linda Heath (R)

Place of residence: Burns, Wyoming Other elected offices held: None Qualifications for office you are seeking: I have followed the County Commissioners’ Board very closely over the last 2 years, by attending nearly all of their public meetings to...

 

Larry Spier (R)

Place of residence: Cheyenne Other elected offices held: None Qualifications for office you are seeking: 30 years as a public servant Why you are seeking this office? As a lifelong citizen of Laramie County, I am seeking to serve the county. There...

 

M. Lee Hasenauer (R)

Place of residence: Cheyenne Qualifications: High school: Maywood High School; Graduate 1978 Universities: None, but I will bring a Master’s Degree in Common Sense to the diagnosis Laramie County’s problems. Work experience: 10 years - Grew up on...

 

Marc Woods (R)

Place of residence: 7805 Yarina Way, Laramie County, WY Other elected offices held: None Qualifications for office you are seeking: I have started and successfully run several businesses. I have worked with and served for Laramie County in many...

 

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