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 By Dave Clark    News    October 24, 2013

Wonderland!

Pine Bluffs received its first dose of winter wonderland when they woke up Friday morning. Over three inches fell in the area. But the Pine Bluffs maintenance department was not dreaming of sugar...

 

LCSD #2 welcomes teachers

The Laramie County School District No. 2 Board of Trustees welcomed some of the new teachers to the district at their meeting Oct. 14. Each principal took some time and introduced their new teaching... Full story

 

Burns track jumps hurdle

The Select Committee for School Facilities approved certain enhancements Wednesday for the planned track at Burn High School. “We were very pleased with the outcome,” Laramie County School...

 

Wyoming's early winter weather  is hard on man and beast (and especially trees)

The recent late September and early October snowstorms in Wyoming sure seemed like an anomaly. In recent years, this time of the year was just about the best time you could imagine. The Aspens are...

 

Thought for the week

“I think, at a child’s birth, if a mother could ask a fairy godmother to endow it with the most useful gift, that gift should be curiosity.” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt...

 

Decades of growth with decades to go

My oldest turns 20 tomorrow. Happy Birthday, little squirt. He does not like it when I write about him. I try to keep him out of most of my columns but for some reason he just drifts in, reminding me...

 

Dorothy Berry

Dorothy Berry, 87, of Cheyenne, died October 20, 2013. Dorothy was born August 30, 1926, and raised on her family’s ranch in the Little Bear Community south of Chugwater. She married D.C. Berry on...

 

Richard E. Martinez

Richard Martinez, 74 of Denver, Colorado, passed away October 11, 2013 after a long and courageous battle with illness. Born in Greeley, Colorado on February 8, 1939 to Virgil and Nellie Martinez....

 

Student of the Week: McKenzie Hupp

Enthusiasm in a child is contagious. And McKenzie Hupp has enthusiasm for her education and learning. “I like to learn and I can learn all I should and hope to be what I hope to be, a...

 

Birth Announcement

David and Sarah Repshire are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Jora Marie Repshire on Oct 12th. This was also the birth day of her great grandmother, Marie Whitehead. Jora is...

 

Community Calendar

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...

 

Loss is not the end of the story: Cassie's Corner dedicated to young readers

Amidst 200 people in a standing-room-only Burns elementary library, sits a father and a young son reading a book. They were doing what Cassidy Cooper would do any time she had the chance. Read and...

 

Hornets keep it close

The Pine Bluffs Hornets hosted Natrona County Saturday afternoon and kept up with the large squad from Casper. Youthful mistakes robbed the Hornets once again of the taste of victory and they lost 8-1...

 

Lady Hornets season ends

Tuesday, Oct. 15 the Lady Hornets hosted Burns for their senior night game. After honoring Dana Mullins and the inactive Andrea Baker, the Lady Hornets tried to contain the defensively creative Lady...

 

Burns freezes Wheatland

Extra stands borrowed from Cheyenne Central to hold the rumored 1,000 fans from Wheatland sat cold and empty on the visitors side in Burns Friday night during the football game. The snow along the...

 

Pawnee volleys out of season

The Lady Coyotes had long rallies and fought hard to stay in their competitive “happy” zone, but Liberty Common proved too much to overcome Friday night. Pawnee lost 21-25, 21-25, 18-25. On...

 

Grover ends season on a win

The Pawnee Coyotes fine-tuned their weak areas in the 68-13 win over the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind Thursday night. The Coyotes ended their season with this win and a record of 3-5...

 

Winning week carries Burns to regionals

The Lady Broncs ended their regular season the way they would like to end the year, with back-to-back wins. They traveled to Pine Bluffs and handled the Lady Hornets in three sets Thursday and were...

 

Girls three-peat conference championship

The Pine Bluffs/Burns cross country team got on the bus this morning with a few inches of snow on the ground and with high hopes of running a race in good weather. When the team arrived in Glenrock to compete in Absaraka 3A conference meet we were...

 

Bowling Results

Monday Women 1. Designs West 155 2. Farmers State Bank 134 3. Subway 113 Highs Handicap game: Lindsey Dersham 227 Handicap series: Carleen Graves 637 Scratch game: Jesi Zitek 180 Scratch series: Jesi...

 

Leases occupied Burns council

The Burns Town Council met Monday, Oct. 14 and discussed their decisions on the new lease agreements. Mayor Judy Johnstone thanked the council members for the long hours and input they gave during...

 

'Around the corner' may be an empty room

Sabrina Matthews has served burgers, pizza, pancakes and even desserts to Burns residents, students and people traveling through for over four years inside a refurbished room off the old Burns... Full story

 

Pine Bluffs stays healthy

Over 45 people stopped by the Pine Bluffs high gym Wednesday morning to get their blood drawn by the Wyoming Health Fairs staff. Seth Perriton, operations coordinator for Wyoming Health Fairs said...

 

Hereford News

For the special this week at the Hereford Community Church Shirley Wiggin played “Amazing Grace” on the organ with Carol Opdycke on the piano then asked the congregation to sing. Pastor Opdycke...

 

Burns News

Congratulations to all the athletes in Burns for their winning weekend! The Pine Bluffs/Burns girls cross country team took first at Glenrock, the football team beat Wheatland and the varsity...

 

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