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Articles from the September 15, 2016 edition

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  • Veterans Memorial officially dedicated

    Jimmie Earls, Pine Bluffs Post Editor|Sep 15, 2016

    With a dedication ceremony held last Monday afternoon, the Pine Bluffs Veterans Memorial and Community Plaza officially became a reality. Larry Silvey, the project's visionary and manager, stepped to the microphone and said the words he has been dreaming about for nearly two years. "This memorial is for all veterans, for all the services, for men and women, for people of color or not color," Silvey told the standing room only crowd gathered in the memorial plaza located on Main Street. "They...

  • Cody, Powell have everything, including thousands of tourists

    Bill Sniffin|Sep 15, 2016

    Pow! Pow! Pow! That was the sound of the explosions coming from the high-powered revolvers used by some rough-looking, tough-talking cowboy-types in front of the Irma Hotel in downtown Cody. We were there in July and my granddaughters held their hands over their ears in shock at just how loud a high-powered pistol could be. The Cody Gunfighters have been staging their downtown shootout six nights a week from June to September since the 1980s before big crowds in front of the historic Irma...

  • Rodney Paul Thomas Soppe

    Sep 15, 2016

    Rodney Paul Thomas Soppe, 86, passed away on September 4, 2016. He was born July 17, 1930 to George and Lillian (Lud) Soppe in Julesburg, Co. He grew up in Denver until the mid-1940's when his family moved to the Carpenter area. Rodney graduated from Carpenter High School in 1948. He attended the University of Wyoming for two years until drafted into the Army during the Korean conflict. He served as a front line medic and was honorably discharged in 1954. Rodney married Mary Maxine Gordon of Gro... Full story

  • Community Calendar

    Sep 15, 2016

    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 may be included in the calendar are church events, club meetings, and school events. If your club will not be meeting or has a change, please contact us so we can update the calendar with the correct information as soon as possible. Items should be received on Monday at 5 p.m., one week prior to...

  • Coyotes battle hard in losses

    Jimmie Earls, Pine Bluffs Post Editor|Sep 15, 2016

    Following an opening day 30-22 road loss to Fleming on Sept. 2, the Pawnee Coyotes six-man football squad hosted Arickaree/Woodlin last Friday, falling to 0-2 on the season with a 48-22 loss. The first quarter was all Arickaree/Woodlin, as they put up 18 unanswered points. The Coyotes got on the board in the second quarter, putting up eight points in the frame, but Arickaree/Woodlin added another 14 to take a 32-8 lead into the break. Pawnee added six points in the third quarter while...

  • Wyoming Secretary of State's Office certifies candidates for general election ballot

    Wyo Secretary of State Office|Sep 15, 2016

    The Wyoming Secretary of State’s Office certified 136 state-level and 10 national-level candidates for the 2016 General Election Ballot today. Six candidates for President of the United States were certified, one from each of Wyoming’s major political parties: Constitution, Democratic, Libertarian, and Republican; as well as two candidates designated as Independent. Four candidates for United States Representative from those same major parties round out the national candidates certified. The candidates for Wyoming State Legislature include 69 R...

  • Thompson switches to UW

    Jimmie Earls, Pine Bluffs Post Editor|Sep 15, 2016

    Where does a 6-foot-10, 235-pound senior forward, who has multiple basketball scholarship offers on the table, go after high school? Anywhere he wants to! After committing to play basketball at Omaha, Nebraska's Creighton University last March, Hunter Thompson has changed his mind and has decided to stay in his home state to play basketball for the University of Wyoming. It wasn't an easy decision to make, but Thompson feels it was the right choice. "I feel like I rushed the commitment (to...

  • Banner County News

    Barb Cross|Sep 15, 2016

    Well Happy Fall, y’all! Sure has cooled off around these parts. Time for me to get ready for a big change. That will take some doing. A sure sign is the fall festivals that are on their way. Saturday and Sunday, September 17 and 18, the Legacy of the Plains will host their 20th Annual Harvest Festival and the Grand Opening of the new Main Exhibit Gallery. They will begin celebrating at 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. There will be a tractor parade and bean harvesting the old fashioned way, since beans are t...

  • Hereford News

    Carolyn Ragsdale|Sep 15, 2016

    There was a good turnout for the potluck luncheon on Friday, September 9. Mariana Rohn won the door prize for the women. Denny Zitek won the door prize for the men. Kelly Osthoff was the guest speaker from the Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado. She explained the 10 warning signs of alzheimer’s disease. The signs are: 1. Memory changes that disrupt daily life. 2. Challenges in planning or solving problems. 3. Difficulty completing familiar tasks. 4. Confusion with time or place. 5. Trouble und...

  • Albin News

    Charlene Smith|Sep 15, 2016

    A coolness is in the air, a different color of blue brightens our afternoon skies. A change is in the air. Maybe the weather thought since we have settled into the new school year, it, too, could settle into fall. This season of warm afternoons and cool mornings always comes a little too soon for the youngsters. As we age, it seems, we welcome fall more and more. It is a yearly reminder that even though some of us may be past the growing and fast-paced days of summer in our life, there are...

  • Looking Back

    Sep 15, 2016

    1 Years Ago September 14, 1916 SAVING WASTE MATERIAL The attention of all people is called to the present condition in the paper industry. The supply of raw material consisting of old papers, wood pulp, and rags is far short of the amount required by the paper industry to meet the required demand. Old papers and rags are used in very large quantities for manufacturing paper. Part of this material is collected in the United States, although the imports are about 50 percent of the amount used each year. Imports of rags and old papers during the...

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