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Students experience their agricultural state

The Laramie County Cow-Belles invited third grade students of Cheyenne to enjoy a day of agriculture at the Ag. Expo Tuesday and Wednesday in Archer. Pam Wyggam, Cow-Belle, said about 678 third-grader...

 

I know what you did last summer

As the leaves turn and the mercury plummets and occasional snow threatens our young trees, it gives a man pause. It is appropriate to recall those two most important questions that pop up this time...

 
 By Submitted    Sports    September 25, 2014

Last birdies of the season

The Panhandle Senior Ladies Golf Association held their final outing of the year at Monument Shadows Golf Course in Gering.  Finishing first and shooting 2 birdies was the team of Vickie Nemnich, Shelley Nienhueser, Sally Plover, and Donna Meier....

 
 By Submitted    News    September 25, 2014

WAPSD Meetings Offer Opportunity for Public Comment

The Wyoming Advisory Panel for Students with Disabilities (WAPSD) will hold a public meeting September 25 & 26, 2014 in Casper, Wyoming. The event is scheduled to take place over two days. On September 25, it will go from 1-5 p.m. and again from 8...

 

Delta Club tours museum

On Thursday the 18th Delta Club toured the Albin Museum. Our curator was Karen Sorenson. Karen was very gracious and explained the moving of the building, the origin of building and contents. It was truly fun and informative. The museum is seeking...

 

Donald L. Phillips

Donald L. Phillips, 78, of Burns died September 19, 2014 in Burns. He was born August 6, 1936 in Burns, to Raymond and Ottie Phillips. He married Rosie Garcia on May 22, 1999 in Santa Barbara, Cal. He...

 

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...

 

Burns Broncs homecoming football

Bronc Paden Wison prepares to pass the ball to Bronc Rowan Fichtner before he gets tackled by Buffalo Isaac Kampman during Burns homecoming Friday at South High School, in Cheyenne. The Broncs lost,...

 

Fall into something good

The beginning of this week ushered in the cool crisp colorful season of autumn. Wouldn’t it be nice if our cooking and baking reflected those tasty adjectives?  Oh, wait, they can!  Pumpkin bars...

 

Pine Bluffs-Burns boys take third place at Jackalope Invite

The Pine Bluffs-Burns boys’ and girls’ cross country teams both had runners place in the top 10 at the Jackalope Invite. The meet was held at the Bearcat Trail in Douglas Wyo. Sept. 20. Out of 30 runners, Jorge Garia placed second with a time of...

 

Hornets make first touchdown for homecoming

The Pine Bluffs Hornets Football team was defeated in its homecoming game by the South East Cyclones Friday in Pine Bluffs, 36-22.    The Hornets scored the first touchdown in the first quarter....

 
 By Submitted    Sports    September 25, 2014

Lady Hornets sting Lady Longhorns

The Lady Hornets squared off against the Lady Longhorns of Kimball Thursday, September 18 in Kimball. It was an exciting match, taking five sets to settle the score; however, the Hornets came out...

 
 By Submitted    Sports    September 25, 2014

Coyotes win over Wildcats

It was a beautiful day for the Pawnee Coyotes to host the North Park Wildcats from Walden. The Coyotes won 75-54 in a high scoring game. Coach Doug Miller stated, “Well, It wasn’t pretty but it was a conference win. The offense did great most of...

 

Burns Lady Broncs dominate at homecoming

Lady Bronc McKayla Ward sets the ball during the Burns Homecoming game against the Saratoga Lady Panthers Friday at South High School, in Cheyenne. The Lady Broncs won all three games against the...

 

Chemical facility welcomed to Cheyenne

The Cheyenne community has welcomed two companies that have joined together to provide desirable products for the oil and gas and agricultural industries.  The grand opening for the Univar and...

 

Albin News

As the chlorophyll drains from the leaves, leaving behind the bright gold and orange colors and the birds start their flight south. Our neighbors are preparing for this big bad winter headed our way....

 

Hereford News

For the special this week at the Hereford Community Church Shirley Wiggin played “What A Friend We Have In Jesus” on the auto harp then asked the congregation to sing along. Carol Opdycke read...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    September 25, 2014

Banner Co. News

Little chilly Monday morning in downtown Harrisburg. Warmed up nicely for the rest of the week however, and should be pretty decent over the weekend. I was hoping for some of that beautiful fall weath...

 

Looking Back

100 years ago September 25, 1914 Despite the short crop the county fair at Burns was a success. The garden and field display was surprisingly good and proves beyond question that this section is destined to be an agricultural country. The stock exhib...

 
 By Mark Watson    News    September 25, 2014

No till notes "Final stop"

Our final stop on our field tour of farms and ranches in Burleigh County, North Dakota was a visit to the Black Leg Ranch. The Black Leg ranch is owned and operated by Jerry Doan and his family....

 

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