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  • Schools to use tablets as learning tools

    Allie Hurley|May 1, 2014

    Pine Bluffs and Burns jr./sr. high school students are entering a new era of education with the introduction of tablets. Ninth through 12th graders in Laramie County School district 2 will receive a Dell Venue, a device similar to an iPad, for educational purposes starting the beginning of the 2014/15 school year. The introduction of the devices marks a new avenue of learning for high school students in the district, said LCSD2 Technology Coordinator Lisa Horst. "Students don't learn like they...

  • Picking 101 favorite Wyoming places

    Bill Sniffin|May 1, 2014

    Wyoming folks are not shy about talking about their favorite places in our home state. And I am going to take that habit to an extreme in my next book, which will include photos and stories of 101 of Wyoming’s favorite places. So this is your chance to let me know what you think are the most fascinating and unique places in the Cowboy State. Send me your nomination in 12 words up to 600 words and maybe we can squeeze it into the book. This new book will be out this fall and will be similar in f...

  • Silas Alan Moore

    May 1, 2014

    Alan and Jen Moore are happy to announce the birth of their son, Silas Alan Moore. Silas was born at the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center March 8, 2014. He weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces and was 20.5 inches long. Great-grandmother is Mary Lou Scarillo of Loveland, Colo. Maternal grandparents are Scott and Ro Jones, also of Loveland. Paternal grandparents are Jon and Wanda Moore of Albin....

  • New notes

    May 1, 2014

    Piano recital in Kimball The public is invited to a Spring piano recital featuring selected students of Patricia Randolph at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at the Kimball Baptist Fellowship Church, Sixth and Oak. Students performing will be: Kiersten Anderson, Bailey Bagnell, Bemis, Samantha Bemis, Chole Berger, Rachel Berger, Kallie Bush, Jordan Cook, Audrey Day, Donica Enevoldsen, Leif Enevoldsen, Deanna Horst, Abi Johnson, Victoria Johnson, Drake Linseott, Abigal Mars, Lydia Mars, Nathaniel Mars, Timothy Mars, Breanna McConnell, Deshka McConnell, Kylie... Full story

  • Austin Berkett

    May 1, 2014

    Austin Berkett was named Region 4 Star Farmer and Star State Farmer of Wyoming. His FFA advisor, Craig Spatz, said Berkett had a lot of success with his SAEs (Supervised Agricultural Experience) and was elected Wyoming State FFA Treasurer. He was also the State Proficiency award winner in Swine Entrepreneurship and Grain Production....

  • Community Calendar

    May 1, 2014

    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 may be included in the calendar are church events, club meetings, and school events. If your club will not be meeting or has a change, please contact us so we can update the calendar with the correct information as soon as possible. Items should be received on Monday at 5 p.m., one week prior to th... Full story

  • Museum gets unexpected funding

    Zachary Laux|May 1, 2014

    Once a museum that relied greatly on donations and $10 membership fees received a $589,000 bonus earlier this year. "We are excited about the opportunities this gives us," said Texas Trail Museum President Tim Nolting. Nolting announced April 19 at the museum's annual business meeting and lunch that the museum received a generous, and unexpected, $589,000 from Curtis Bowser, who passed away. Bowser donated some money to the museum in previous years, and left some money to the Texas Trail Museum...

  • Hornets take third at Pine Bluffs Invite

    Zachary Laux|May 1, 2014

    Pine Bluffs Coach Dustin Lee was impressed with the boys track team's performance Saturday at the Pine Bluffs Invite, as the team took third overall. "I am really impressed with the boys team in general," Lee said. "They have been kicking some tail." The Hornets beat out Potter-Dix with a total score of 65 points. However, the score wasn't enough to beat the Burns Broncs (98). The Lingle-Fort Laramie team took first overall with 129 points. Lee said he was especially impressed with Preston...

  • Burns Broncs take second at Pine Bluffs Invite

    Zachary Laux|May 1, 2014

    The Burns Broncs had several first-place finishes Saturday at the Pine Bluffs Invite, and the team took second place overall with 98 points, beating Pine Bluffs (65) but coming up short against the Lingle-Fort Laramie team (129). Among the Broncs who finished first in their events were Paden Wilson, who placed first in the 110 meter hurdles (16.53) and the 300 meter hurdles (16.53). The 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams also took first place at the Pine Bluffs Invite. Mikky Heward, Wyatt Berg, Taylor...

  • Bluffs veterinarian gets recognized for 30 years of service

    Zachary Laux|May 1, 2014

    Pine Bluffs veterinarian Bill Shain received a pleasant surprise Saturday as people ventured into the Bluffs Veterinary Clinic for tours of the recently renovated facility. Those who came enjoyed lemon aid, iced tea, cookies, cup cakes and door prizes after the staff opened the clinic for a grand reopening Saturday evening. Shain said renovations were completed earlier this year, and wanted to give customers and Pine Bluffs residents a chance to see the changes. "This was just a long overdue...

  • Burns smokes competition during state convention

    Allie Hurley|May 1, 2014

    amed Wyoming's top chapter in four career development events during the 2014 Wyoming State FFA Convention in Cheyenne. Burns FFA Chapter was named Wyoming's top chapter in the Poultry Evaluation Event. Jessica Sowards, Cassady Malm, Rylee Anderson and Matt Murphy were the team members tested on their ability to select top quality poultry and poultry products. These abilities are needed for successful production and marketing. The team members had to evaluate classes of live birds for eggs and...

  • Student of the Week: Joel Morales

    Allie Hurley|May 1, 2014

    Reading lover Joel Morales is Student of the Week. He's a fourth grade student at Albin Elementary School. His favorite book is "Timmy Failure" and he enjoys math and story time at school. He plays soccer, basketball and football. Outside of school, he enjoys drawing and researching. Morales is a great storyteller especially when he talks about the books he has read. Morales said he likes to ask his teachers and classmates for new books to read. He said he also looks through the library to find...

  • Banner community news

    Barb Cross|May 1, 2014

    Good morning here in Banner County and to our neighbors near and far. This past weekend proved to us once again that it is possible to have several different seasons within a 24-hour period. Sometimes less. Friday was beautiful, almost 80. Saturday, cooler wind … Sunday rain, snow, no electricity for almost 3 hours...and getting pretty chilly! Ayden went to do her chores Sunday early afternoon and made an interesting discovery. She has a pen for her older ducks, which currently house Jeffery (...

  • Hereford News

    Carolyn Ragsdale|May 1, 2014

    For the special this week at the Hereford Community Church Carol Opdycke read “Do You Wonder?” The sermon topic was “Devoted Love.” Luke 8:1-3 tell us there were many women who traveled with Jesus and his apostles and supported them. One of these women was Mary Magdalene, who once had seven demons in her. Because of what Jesus had done for her, Mary became a devoted follower of Jesus. She was at the cross when Jesus was crucified. She was the first person to see him when he rose from death....

  • Albin News

    Charlene Smith|May 1, 2014

    Another blanket of snow covered our neighborhood. If you were thinking, you would have sprinkled weed and feed on the green grass. The hum of lawn mowers filled the air Friday night and Saturday before the storm. What a nice sound reminding us summer is on its way. Speaking of trimming the grass, remember to not put your grass clippings in the dumpsters. The burn area down by the arena is open and you are able to dump them there. Better yet, plant a garden or a flower bed and use the cut grass...

  • Burns News

    Sharon from the Burns Library|May 1, 2014

    9 Burns Branch Library will host a plant and seed exchange. Stop in and enjoy a cup of coffee, look at some gardening books and exchange plants and seeds with fellow gardeners. We are getting very excited for Summer Reading Celebration here at the Burns Branch Library! Our theme this year is Spark Your Imagination. The kick-off is Friday, May 23, the first day to sign up, and we have a special treat planned for you. All ages can participate. All children who finish Summer Reading will receive a book as a final prize and there is a neat prize...

  • Bushnell News

    Jamie Carpenter|May 1, 2014

    The Bushnell Lions Club meets Wednesday, May 7 at 7 p.m. in the community center. Celebrate the 69th anniversary of the end of World War II (in Europe) with The Sisters Grimm on Thursday, May 8 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. We will have a display of WWII era firearms, 30% off all WWII books, and free refreshments. Military uniforms and 1940s era costumes are encouraged! Saturday, May 10 is a village-wide garage sale day. Call Sally Johnson at 308-230-0763 to be added to the list. The bookstore will...

  • Looking Back

    May 1, 2014

    1 years ago May 1, 1914 With this issue The Post comes out under the new management. We know the people have a deep interest in their home paper and always feel some apprehension when it goes into new hands; therefore we feel the responsible of our position. We wish to say to the readers that we enter upon this work free from the influence of corporation, party, or individual; therefore we are in a position to give everyone an impartial hearing. The only selfish motive we have is to make this paper success. Our greatest interest is, Pine...

  • Keeping Tabs

    May 1, 2014

    10 & Up Freight Station Museum Trip Mark your calendar and join us on an outing to tour the Greeley Freight Station Museum on Friday, May 16th. This is one of the world’s largest HO scale model railroads. We can obtain special rates for groups of ten or more if we call ahead so they can plan on us. The tour is approximately one and a half hours and well worth our time. The group will be eating lunch at the Golden Corral. We will carpool, meeting at the North FAC Church and leaving at 9:00 a.m. If you choose to drive alone, you can meet the g...

  • No Till notes: 'fertilizer placement'

    Mark Watson|May 1, 2014

    Spring has finally taken hold here in western Nebraska and moved old man winter into a distant memory. From early last October when we received our first snow until mid-April it seemed like a longer winter than most. The warmer temperatures also have brought with them the usual rush to get crops planted and the farming season is in full swing. I had my first report of field peas up and growing on the 17th of April. These early peas emerging were surprising given the cold temperatures of the soil...

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