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Articles from the December 12, 2013 edition

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Wyoming Business Council approves new clinic

The Wyoming Business Council awarded a grant to Cheyenne Regional Medical Center's Foundation in the amount of $1 million for the new clinic in Pine Bluffs on Dec. 5 at Little America in Cheyenne. The...

 

Now, may the peace that surpasses all understanding be yours

In church on Sunday, Pastor reminded us that, although this is a joyous season and we should celebrate, it is also a season of repentance and forgiveness. Who wants to think about past digressions... Full story

 

Staying warm in the bitter cold

Cold equals misery in my book. During the winter, I am forced to get up 20 minutes earlier than usual to be greeted by the cold and a car that doesn’t want to start. Once it does start, I continue... Full story

 

Obituary: Christopher Todd Kinkade (O'Dell)

Christopher Todd Kinkade (O'Dell), 31, of Cheyenne, WY, died November 30, 2013 at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center with his father and sister at his side after being struck by a vehicle early in the... Full story

 

Obituary: June M. Helms

June M. Helms, 77, of Pine Bluffs died Dec. 6, 2013 at Davis Hospice Center in Cheyenne. June was born on Sept. 22, 1936 in Culen, Mo, the daughter of Benny L. and Imogene (Bouren) Trammell. On Aug. 5, 1956, June married Hubert Warren Helms, Jr. in... Full story

 

Student of the Week: Taylor Kirkbride

As an A student that scores as high a mark on the sports field, you would expect a boisterous, self-involved youth to greet you. Not Taylor Kirkbride, son of Jeff and Jami Kirkbride and senior at...

 
 By Staff report    News    December 12, 2013

Influx of scammers predicted for this holiday season

The Pine Bluffs Police Department would like to remind residents not to give personal or credit card information out during the holidays. Chief of Police Don Taylor said there is always an influx of scammers this holiday season. “This time of year... Full story

 
 By Zachary Laux    News    December 12, 2013

Christmas Light contest promises fun for everyone

Residents should have their Christmas lights on and ready Dec. 16 as the ninth annual Christmas Light Decoration Contest in Pine Bluffs begins. “We encourage people to decorate every year,” said...

 

Pine Bluffs feeds the season with giving

The Pine Bluffs FFA Chapter will host its annual food drive Dec. 10 – 18. Please note this year the chapter will hand out bags, but they will not pick them up at the end of the drive. Please take your bag to a convenient drop off location listed...

 

Burns off to a nice start

The Burns Broncs traveled to the Tiger Jamboree knowing they were deep in experience and unclear who would take the point lead. After three games into the season, the Broncs have a better...

 

Hornets show promise in first Basketball season

The Hornets competed well in the Tiger Jamboree tourney, according to coach William Gray. “I thought the kids competed well over the weekend. They did a lot of good things,” he said. The Hornets stole a win facing off against Sundance in a 57-44...

 

Lady Broncs start off Basketball season 2-1

The Lady Broncs returned with two wins and one loss from the Lusk Tiger Jamboree Dec. 6, putting them 2-1 early in the season. The Lady Broncs first faced Big Horn, beating the team 55-43. The Lady Broncs also beat Riverside 58-21, but lost to...

 
 By Zachary Laux    News    December 12, 2013

Pine Bluffs Town Council swears in three town officials

Mayor Bill Shain swore in three town officials in the Dec. 3 Pine Bluffs Town Council meeting. Caryn Miller, Carleen Graves and Don Taylor stood in front of the council members Dec. 3 as they...

 

Pawnee Coyotes show steady improvement in tourney

It was a busy weekend for the Pawnee Coyotes that played in the Highland/University 2013 Canine Classic. The team played three teams throughout the weekend, and showed improvement with each game, Coach Tim Brunelle said. “I feel that we made some...

 

Lady Hornets score two wins

The Lady Hornets returned from the Tiger Jamboree in Lusk with two marks in its win column. Head Coach Lindsey Forbes is in her second year of leading the girls, and she is doing it with a young...

 

Tough start for young Lady Coyotes

The Lady Coyotes traveled to Highland High School for the Canine Classic Tournament to start its season. Head Coach Samantha Ramos is in her first year of coaching the girls. Given the experience she...

 

A legacy of giving joy

When Chuck Lyons' father, Basil "Bill" Lyons, began bringing cheer to the community of Pine Bluffs during the Christmas season, Chuck probably never thought the legacy of joy would be passed on. Bill...

 

LCSD No. 2 re-elects officers

The Laramie County School District No. 2 School Board met for its monthly meeting Monday evening and elected officers for 2014. All officers retained their positions from the previous year; Esther...

 

It's Christmas time, Ding-a-Ling!

Have you ever had one of those days where you just want to go crazy? A little off the wall behavior sounds completely normal to you? Good news, my friend. Today is your day. It is National... Full story

 
 By Barb Cross    News    December 12, 2013

Community news: Banner

Frigid, that it how it has been all around here for the past week, maybe longer. The chickens do not want to lay and I cant say that I blame them. One of my grandkids came in the other afternoon and... Full story

 

Hospital Foundation raising funds for new X-ray equipment

Raising funds to help the hospital pay for new high-definition digital radiography equipment is the aim of the Kimball Hospital Foundation’s Holiday Spirit fundraising campaign, set to kick off this week. Within a few days, Kimball and area...

 

Community news: Bushnell

If anyone is interested in taking over Bushnell News, please let me know. I'd like to hand it over to someone who's more up-to-date on what's going on in the community. The bookstore's hours for the... Full story

 

Community news: Burns

It looks like we will have relief from the very cold temperatures starting this weekend. Did you know the lowest temperature recorded in Wyoming, according to the Wyoming Annual Temperatures and... Full story

 

Community news: Albin

Happy Days of Christmas! There is something especially crisp and sparkly during this time of year. And no, it's not the snow left in your boots from being outside. The warmth of the season and the... Full story

 

Community news: Herford

This week at the Hereford Community Church the second candle in the Advent wreath was lit by Mike, Rosalyn, Andrea and Tommy Reifschneider. Then, Andrea read "Mistakes on Church Bulletins" for the... Full story

 

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