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 By Polly Taylor    News    October 15, 2015

LCSD2 terminates principal due to certification issue

Monday night’s meeting of the Laramie County School District 2 Board of Trustees seemed to center around the recent termination of Dustin Seger, principal at Carpenter Elementary School. A special,...

 

Community Calendar

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor; Something seems to be broken in Laramie County School District #2. Monday afternoon, I discovered that Mr. Seger, the principal of Carpenter Elementary, had been fired. I was flabbergasted, since from a parental viewpoint, he had been...

 

Broncs still searching for first win

The explosive offense of the Big Horn Rams proved too much for the Burns Broncs at home on Friday. The Broncs put up solid offensive numbers but couldn't top the visiting Rams falling, 42-21. The...

 

Coyotes overcome Pirates 68-52

The Pawnee Coyote football team hosted Genoa-Hugo/Karval Pirates Friday, Oct. 9, for a non-conference game, winning 68-52. By quarters Pawnee scored 24-8, 22-16, 8-13, 14-15. Coach Doug Miller said “The first quarter went really well. We went up...

 

Upton-Sundance buzz past Hornets

The Pine Bluffs Hornets tallied almost 200 yards on the ground, Friday, in their efforts against Upton-Sundance during Pine Bluffs Homecoming game, but could not catch up. Upton-Sundance took an early lead and never looked back wining the contest,...

 

One bright spot in economy is glowing

In the past six months, the energy economy in Wyoming has taken some serious hits leaving folks from Gillette to Rock Springs and Cheyenne to Cody nervous and pessimistic. Even Gov. Matt Mead has...

 

Bronc netters have tough week

A tough week for the Burns Lady Broncs as they dropped matches to both Southeast and Saratoga in volleyball competition. "As we head into the last two weeks of regular season, we are looking to gain...

 

Runners respond well at Cheyenne-Leroy Sprague

Generally, the weather is unpleasant for the Leroy Sprague cross country race in Cheyenne, but this year it was fantastic! You can’t ask for better weather when running 3.1 miles. Our runners once again responded well to the conditions and had...

 

Lady Hornets get taste of playoff atmosphere

Intense play and packed stands gave the match against Leyton a playoff feel for the Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets last week. The visiting Lady Hornets kept their play solid as they went on to defeat the home team, 25-16, 19-25, 25-23, 24-26, 15-11. Of the...

 

Youth take part in Punt, Pass & Kick competition

Twenty-five boys and girls took part in the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition, hosted by the Pine Bluffs Lions Club and the Pine Bluffs Recreation Dept. Sept. 22, at Carlstrum Field. The following youngsters earned first place honors in their...

 

Young hunters have opportunities

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department invites young hunters to pursue pheasants this fall with days and areas set aside specifically for youth. In southeast Wyoming, the Springer Wildlife Habitat Management Area near Yoder offers youth-only days Oct....

 

Looking Back

100 Years Ago October 21, 1915 Prairie Dell Oysters Mr. and Mrs. John Tyler gave an oyster supper Saturday evening in honor of their daughter, Mary’s 15th birthday. The evening was spent in games, music and social chat. Those in attendance were...

 
 By Mark Watson    News    October 15, 2015

No Till Notes: Managing Your Bucket

One of the best visualizations I've heard for managing your soil moisture and the precipitation you receive is to compare your soil's moisture holding capacity to a bucket. The size of your bucket...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    October 15, 2015

Banner County News

Good morning Banner County. As I sit here this beautiful fall morning the wind is still doing its thing, but not as much as it was last Sunday. Sunday afternoon it filled one of our buildings with...

 

Albin News

Wasn’t it just yesterday when we were mowing our lawns? This week, it seemed like the deck was camouflaged with dry yellow leaves. The time is coming for coats, shovels and very short days. Mother...

 

Hereford News

The Hereford Community Church held their quarterly business meeting Sunday morning. A couple dates to put on your calendar are Nov. 15 - the Prairie Songbirds will perform for the Harvest Home, and...

 

Soccer matches rescheduled

There are soccer matches that have been rescheduled, one due to weather (Sept. 17), one match due to lack of light (Oct. 6), and one due to illness (Oct. 6), and four matches (Oct. 9) that needed to be rescheduled due to the Burns Grade School...

 

Game and Fish finds CWD

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s chronic wasting disease (CWD) surveillance program has found the disease in a new deer hunt area. CWD is a fatal neurological disease of deer, elk and moose. Staff at the Game and Fish Department’s wildlife...

 

From the Kitchen of Crabbie Abner

Sure wish Mother Nature would make up her mind and decide whether we are going to be perpetually stuck with an Indian Summer, or whether the weather is going to progress completely into fall. Either way, I've already started cooking up some of my...

 

PBHS takes home journalism awards

Polly Burkett and the 2014/15 Journalism team received many accolades at the Journalism Convention in Casper recently. They took home many Newspaper and Yearbook awards. And while Burns beat them for the best Yearbook honor, Pine Bluffs still placed...

 

Zimmerman suspected of committing suicide

On July 20, 2014 the Laramie County Sheriff’s Department responded to 116 S. Wyoming Avenue in Burns, WY on the report of a male shooting a female. As a result of that investigation, the Sheriff’s Dept. arrested Rom Zimmerman for Homicide. A...

 

Touch a Truck Touch a Tractor

It was, by all accounts, not the most pleasant of days, with damp foggy weather, but that did not keep kids from getting out to look and touch big trucks, tractors, and other kinds of moving vehicles...

 

Pine Bluffs crowns Homecoming Royalty

Pine Bluffs High School celebrated Homecoming last week with a themed parade and events, including the crowning of royalty. Pine Bluffs High School Homecoming Royalty, crowned at Friday night's...

 

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