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Hillsdale Methodist Church celebrates 100 years

With a slide show and music, the Hillsdale Methodist church reflected on 100 years of Hillsdale history on Sunday. The Cheyenne Harmony provided music and a slide show full of memorable pictures...

 

Two elected officials visit Pine Bluffs

Two newly elected officials sat in on the Pine Bluffs town council meeting, Monday night.   Linda Heath, County Commissioner, and Gaylan D. Wright Sr., House District 10, were part of the audience during the town meeting. They both have moved on to...

 

Al Simpson is the most interesting man in Wyoming

Picture this: the most interesting man in Wyoming is surrounded by his beautiful wife, his pretty daughters in law, daughter and pretty granddaughters. He raises a glass in a toast and looks into the...

 

Irene G. Spier

September 14th 2014, Irene G. (Laycock) Spier, passed away at the age of 89, after a long battle with Dementia. Born April 27th, 1925. The Daughter of James G. Laycock and Martha M. (Fruedenthal)...

 

Steven Joel Goodrich

Steven Joel Goodrich was born in Lander Wyo. on April 15, 1967 to Robert Goodrich and Lavonne (Meeks) Goodrich. He graduated from Riverton High School in 1986 and worked in Dubois Wyo for the...

 

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    September 18, 2014

Leila Dean to visit local American Legion

Leila Dean, 2014-2015 President of the American Legion Auxiliary Department of Wyoming from Fort Bridger will be visiting Pine Bluffs Unit 60 and Albin Unit 77 on Sept. 24 2014 at 2:30 PM at Pine Bluffs Louis E. Canady American Legion Post 60...

 
 By Submitted    News    September 18, 2014

Klinginsmith Named to Clarkson College Dean's List

Omaha, Neb., Sept. 12, 2014: Clarkson College is pleased to announce Katlyn Klinginsmith was named to the summer 2014 dean’s list. Klinginsmith is pursuing a dual Associate of Science in Physical Therapist Assistant degree and a Bachelor of...

 

GOT DRUGS? National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

You have a chance on Saturday, September 27th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. local time to get unwanted, unused and expired medications out of your home and dispose of them properly.  Thousands of locations across the United States will provide a free and...

 

Lingle Doggers tackle Pine Bluffs Hornets

The Pine Bluffs Hornets fell to the Lingle Doggers on the road Friday, 44-16. In the first quarter, Lingle’s Matthew Bebo, ran 51-yards to score a touchdown. Bebo followed the run with a successful point after kick.  Chastin Hill, ran 32-yards to...

 

Pawnee fall to Flemming

Pawnee Coyotes traveled to Fleming Friday Sept 12 to play football on a very cold damp night. Coach Doug Miller stated, “Even though we came up pretty short, 48-68, I was real happy with the team’s effort. Fleming got up on us big in the first...

 

Burns Broncs play Newcastle final score 32 to 18

Burns football player Matt Martin, No. 24, tries to run around the chaos and get the ball safely to the goal. The Burns Broncs played the Newcastle Doggies on Friday at South High School in Cheyenne....

 

Lady Broncs win some, lose some at Big Horn Tourney

The Burns Lady Broncs volleyball team was in action at the Big Horn Tourney, Friday, at Big Horn. The Lady Broncs played in pool-play games on Friday before switching to bracket play on Saturday.  The Lady Broncs tipped off their pool play games, Fr...

 

Pine Bluffs/Burns a force at Kimball Invite

The Pine Bluffs/Burns Cross Country team had some bright moments at the 2014 Kimball Cross Country Meet Friday, Sept. 12.  The Pine Bluffs/Burns Girls came in as a team in first place in the High...

 

Lady Hornets kill during weekend games

Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets were on the road last weekend and won three games both days. The Lady Hornets were in action in Lingle, Friday afternoon, defeating the Lady Doggers three games to two. The scores were 25-14, 16-25, 25-17 and 25-22.  “The...

 

Homecoming for two local schools

Both Pine Bluffs High School and Burns High School are celebrating their Homecoming this week, and have a full week of activities planned for their students. Pine Bluffs High School started their week with PJ Day on Monday. Students wore their...

 
 By Submitted    News    September 18, 2014

Wyoming lawmakers spend productive time in 
South Korea

The delegation of legislators working to expand Wyoming's energy and manufacturing interests abroad spent Sunday and Monday in South Korea and are encouraged by the opportunities that exist for the...

 

Two new board members for Pine Bluffs Senior Center

The Pine Bluffs Senior Center held an election for their board on Monday Sept. 15 to fill two available seats.  Thirty-seven current Senior Center members voted to fill the two available seats for a three year term. The three candidates who ran for...

 

Fun events to provide funds for Burns Day

The Burns Day Committee has planned special events for the community to raise funds for Burns Day. Each month the Burns Day Committee will host an event for the community to take part in. The events...

 

Strawberry Fields Forever

I was looking at a house that had a mature garden, complete with a strawberry patch. The owner said “go ahead have all you want,” as he noticed me drooling over the tiny fence holding in summer sw...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    September 18, 2014

Banner Co. News

Hello everyone! I hope you have been enjoying the summer season again this week. I am not sure how next one will be, haven't checked that far. We should have pretty decent weather though for our next...

 

Hereford News

For the special this week at the Hereford Community Church Kathy Zitek told about the Christmas Stocking project. The church will be filling stockings on Sunday, October 5, after a potluck dinner...

 

Looking Back

100 years ago September 18, 1914 Peter Carlson was a hard working farmer near Waverly, Nebraska. He raised corn and put up hay to feed cattle for the Omaha market. He schemed and toiled early and late, first to raise the feed and then slaved and...

 
 By Mark Watson    News    September 18, 2014

No till notes "Different approaches, pt 2"

I’d like to continue visiting about our tour of the Burleigh County Soil District near Bismarck, North Dakota that a group of producers from our region went on a few weeks ago. I find the approach...

 

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