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 By Allie Hurley    News    October 23, 2014

Tractors, trucks helicopter - The kids say, oh my!

The Touch-a-Tractor event provided local children the opportunity to explore tractors, emergency vehicles and trucks on Saturday at the Pine Bluffs Community Center. The event began with the landing...

 

Our Old Wyoming is changing into New Wyoming right under our noses

No, I am not running for any political office, but lately we have been all over Wyoming and what we have seen is very impressive. In Gillette for a state tourism summit, we heard Mary Silvernell of...

 
 By Submitted    News    October 23, 2014

Marriage Equality Coming to Wyoming

WASHINGTON – U.S. District Court Judge Scott Skavdahl ruled against Wyoming’s law banning marriage equality for same-sex couples earlier this week. In Guzzo v. Mead, the National Center for Lesbian Rights sued the state on behalf of Wyoming...

 

Community Calender

Thursday October 23 Flu Shot Clinic Albin High School Art Room, 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Friday October 24 Sports Volleyball: Lady Bronc vs Lingle at Burns Volleyball: Lady Hornets at Guernsey Football: Burns vs. Wright at Pine Bluffs Football: Pine... Full story

 
 By Allie Hurley    News    October 23, 2014

Fall dinner fundraiser to give back to community

St. Paul's Council of Catholic Women invites the community to enjoy good food and good company at their annual fall dinner. For the past 60 years, Pine Bluffs St. Paul's Catholic Church has hosted a fall dinner. The Council of Catholic Women will be...

 

Pine Bluffs athlete reiceves sportmanship award

Brooke Darden received a sportsmanship recognition award at the Laramie County School District #2 meeting on Oct. 13....

 

Hornets nipped by Wolves, prepare for last regular-season game

The Pine Bluffs High football team lost to Moorcroft 12-6 last Friday at home. Moorcroft opened the scoring in the first quarter. With less than five minutes left, the Wolves' Tate Allison ran the...

 

Cross country runners place first at conference meet

Pine Bluffs/Burns cross country team had another successful meet when it swept first place in both the boys' and girls' races on Friday in Hulett. Matison Mikesell finished first in the high school girls' race with a time of 23:03. Emily Keiter...

 
 By Submitted    Sports    October 23, 2014

Pawnee volleyball continues to struggle

The Pawnee High School volleyball team wrapped up its regular season last week. The Coyotes continue to play at short strength, with just five players on their roster. Pawnee lost its homecoming game last Friday to Prairie 25-9, 25-17, 25-14. The...

 

Lady Broncs top Lusk in straight sets

The Burns High volleyball team beat Lusk in straight sets Saturday at the road. The Lady Broncs won the match 25-11, 25-10, 25-18. They improved to 16-5 on the season and 5-2 in the conference. Burns' Mckenzie Ward had four aces, six kills and 14...

 

Third time serves to be the charm for Lady Hornets vs. Burns

The Pine Bluffs volleyball team did something it hadn't done much of in the last several years – knock off rival Burns. The Lady Hornets survived a five-set thriller last Friday on the road, taking...

 

Lady Hornets continue to dig up wins

The Lady Hornets defeated the Lady Dogger from Lingle in 5 sets Saturday afternoon. The Lady Hornets came out looking a little tired after their win the night before against the Burns Lady Broncs. Jadyn Ragsdale rallied the team at the net...

 
 By Submitted    News    October 23, 2014

Pawnee Royalty

Pawnee High School's Cody Hartley and Katy Klinginsmith were crowned king and queen at halftime of the homecoming game last Friday. The Coyotes swept their Homecoming game 59-0 against...

 

Good food is no fairy tale

Once upon a time there lived a talented cook. She could bake rolls in minutes, whip up a fancy dessert without getting her kitchen messy. And she always had enough food in the pantry for anything she...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    October 23, 2014

Banner Co. News

Hello out there, wherever you are. Last week, I mentioned the signs of the changing seasonthat are all around us – the leaf colors and cooler temps. Well here is another sign: I was in a store last...

 

Albin News

Rolling down the streets of Albin, you might think there isn’t any business going on. Granted many buildings on Main Street that once supported solid commerce sit empty and lonely. However, there...

 

Hereford News

For the special this week at the Hereford Community Church Steve Hauer played a humerus tape about rattlesnakes. The sermon topic was “No Other Name.” The scripture was from Acts chapters 3 and...

 
 By Submitted    News    October 23, 2014

Wish lists sought for Oliver Reservoir

The South Platte Natural Resources District and the Oliver Reservoir Advisory Committee want to hear from you. In preparing for the recreation area’s future, the District and its advisory committee will be hosting a meeting on Thursday, October 30...

 

Looking Back

100 years ago Oct. 23, 1914 Mr. Wiliam Scheutz, of near Egbert, received a check for $2 last Friday from Douglas, Wyo., as first prize on corn exhibited at the State Fair. He also took first premium on corn at Laramie Co. Fair at Burns. Mr. Scheutz,...

 
 By Mark Watson    News    October 23, 2014

No Till Notes: Rotations

The final stop on our tour at the Dakota Lakes Research Farm in Pierre, S.D., was a look at the dry land portion of the farm. I’ve always felt dry land farming is much more interesting than...

 
 By Submitted    News    October 23, 2014

Wyoming retirement system promotes save for Retirement Week

Earlier this month, Governor Matt Mead signed a proclamation declaring the week of Oct. 20-24 Wyoming’s “Save for Retirement Week.” The event runs in conjunction with the congressionally endorsed “National Save for Retirement Week....

 

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