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Articles from the August 22, 2019 edition

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Laramie County School District No. 2 hires 11 new teaches, and more

School has started and for some of our kiddos that means new teachers. This year Laramie County School District number 2 has found some of the best and brightest to grace our school hallways, and...

 

Pine Bluffs Town Council introduce Resolution 2019-07

Mondays town council meeting opened with the introduction of Resolution 2019-07, a JPA loan application for construction of a new terminal and hangar at the airport. While the terminal is federally funded the hangar itself is locally funded at a...

 

Library summer readers celebrate

The Pine Bluffs Library finished off their summer reading program with a party at the Texas Trail Museum this last Saturday. Molly Williams was on hand with ice cream and pony rides to reward those...

 

Carl E. Sundin

Carl E. Sundin, 86, of Pine Bluffs, finished his time on this earth on August 14, 2019, at the Veterans Administration Hospice Center in Cheyenne, Wyoming. A Memorial service will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, August 24th, at the Pine Bluffs...

 

New Environmental Health Director

The Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department Executive Director, Gus Lopez has named Roy Kroeger the new Director of Environmental Health, effective August 19, 2019.  Roy has been an Environmental...

 

Local jobs and Wyoming payroll in fourth quarter 2018: Construction leads job growth

CHEYENNE: In recent months, Wyoming’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has been trending slightly downward and job growth appears to be increasing. This report, which focuses on changes in the number of jobs between fourth quarter 2017 and...

 

Prepare your roses for the winter

Roses are a beautiful and fragrant flower and one of the more popular found in yards around the country. They come in all sizes and colors, some with tiny flowers and some with large thick blossoms. They can be small tea roses or larger climbing... Full story

 

Patriot Guard Riders A Veterans Story

Founded in 2005 to shield families of fallen heroes from those that would disrupt the services of their loved ones, the Patriot Guard Riders has grown to include thousands of members across all 50...

 

Practice begins

Pine and Burns hit the field and the courts this Monday for their first practices for the 2019/2020 fall season. Volleyball, football, and cross country track all began practice on the first day of...

 

Governor Mark Gordon and state officials unveil Medal of Honor Highway

CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Gov. Mark Gordon and other state officials unveiled the new Medal of Honor Highway sign during an event Aug. 20 at the Orin Junction Rest Area off Interstate 25, exit 126. The event w...

 

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