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TTM celebrates successful year

The Texas Trail Market held its annual meeting Monday night at the Historic Pine Bluffs High School complete with dinner and door prizes. General Manager Bill Cushing gave his annual report and Linda...

 

Is there a perfect Wyoming Christmas gift?

Cody native Shelley Simonton, while volunteering as a Salvation Army bell ringer, makes this observation: “Those who appear to have the least, ALWAYS find spare change or a shaggy dollar to put in...

 

Whispers to Santa

When we tell a friend or provider something we really want, we whisper. We talk low when praying, we are often barely audible when we say I love you to loved ones for the first time or the umpteenth...

 

Christmas ... with a dash of safety

As Christmas edges ever closer and families scramble to finish their shopping, another annual occurrence is taking place. That being the annual Christmas parties.  For some of us, this isn’t much, maybe a gathering with a few select friends. For...

 

Student of the Week: Pine Bluffs High School

“Be not afraid of greatness: some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them” said Shakespeare. Rachel Purdy has no fear of doing great things. It happens to... Full story

 

Garcia, Fuller to wed

Cassie Garcia and Josh Fuller are engaged to marry Dec. 26, 2012, in New Zealand. The bride-elect is the daughter of Carl and Gwen Garcia of Casper. The prospective groom is the son of Judy and Jeff...

 

News Notes

Calling all veterans and veteran’s families Join American Legion Post 60 for their Christmas Open House on Dec. 16, 1 to 6 p.m. at the legion hall located at 210 West 3rd Street in Pine Bluffs. A donation of two (2) cans of food per person is...

 

Bowling results

Monday Women 1. Designs West 315 2. Conoco 250 3. Coyote Sanitation 249 Highs Handicap game: Mary Burson 238 Handicap series: Franny Haukap 628 Scratch game: Mary Burson 198 Scratch series: Franny Haukap 523 Tuesday Mixed 1. Spare Room 43 2. Killer...

 

Store change approved by Burns council

The Burns Town Council meeting opened Monday night with discussion on the future of the planned dollar store in the former town hall building. Expecting to have renovations done on the interior, an...

 

New faces on LCSD Board sworn in

Laramie County School District 2 Board of Trustees were sworn at the meeting Monday evening in Albin. The officers remained the same, with Esther Davison as the chairwoman, Steve Trimble vice...

 

Lady Broncs 2-1 in Burns Winter Classic

The Burns Lady Broncs opened the gym for the second Burns Winter Classic and at the hot hand of Mckenzie Ward came away with two wins in three games. The locals played two games on Friday against... Full story

 

Broncs tack on two wins

The Burns Broncs played host last weekend for the Burns Winter Classic and came away with two wins in three contests. “We were happy to pick up two more wins on the season, but realize we still...

 

JV grapplers fare well at Charlie Lake tourney

The Burns/Pine Bluffs wrestling squad headed to Cheyenne for the Charlie Lake Memorial Tournament last weekend. Both varsity and junior varsity wrestlers competed, with the JV coming away with two...

 

Lady Hornets notch two weekend wins

The Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets headed west to compete in the Burns Winter Classic last weekend. On Friday, the posted victories over Cheyenne Central (38-28)and Moorcroft (45-20). On Saturday, they...

 

Hornets 2-1 at Burns Winter Classic

ree teams on the court at Burns High School last weekend. Their performance earned the Hornets a 2-1 record for the weekend and moved them to 4-1 on the season. Up first Friday was the Central High...

 

Junior varsity victors

Burns/Pine Bluffs junior varsity wrestlers Nolan Schindler, at left, and Zane Thompson work to pin their opponents during the Charlie Lake Memorial Tournament. Both grapplers took first place medals...

 
 By Mark Watson    News    December 13, 2012

No-till notes — back home

My trip to Pierre, S.D., went well considering the wintery conditions I drove through on my way there. We had a couple of inches of snow here in Alliance and as I drove north through the Hay Springs...

 

Pawnee Lady Coyotes have busy start, enter season 3-0

It was a very busy start for the basketball season as the Ladies played in the Canine Classic Highland/University Invitational tournament. Other teams playing in the tournament were all 3A schools, Liberty Common, Lyons, University High, Frontier...

 

Pawnee Coyotes start season 1-2

It was a slow start to the season for the Pawnee Coyotes. Facing three opponents last week, the locals lost to Highland on Tuesday 67-57, then fought through two overtimes only to come away on the...

 

Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!

Yay! My favorite time of the year is here! I can finally play Christmas music without guilt or funny looks from others. I am a huge fan of Christmas music. I have a station dedicated to it on... Full story

 

Table Mountain meets its peak at commissioners meeting

The board held a public hearing regarding a Subdivision permit and plat for Table Mountain Ranches. Before the hearing began, Gay Woodhouse, chairwoman, excused herself from the process since she had...

 

Festival of Lights

Our spotlight takes us to Europe, the second stop on our Christmas tour of the continents. And a large percentage of Europeans are Jewish, and celebrate Hanukkah. The holiday occurs on the 25th day of...

 

Looking Back

100 years ago The Catholics will begin the erection of a church at this place in the near future. In the meantime they will hold morning service at Blair’s hall every two weeks commencing next Sunday. Threshing has been finished in some parts of...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    December 13, 2012

Banner County News

This past week has been pretty busy and aren’t they all this time of year? Students ended the week, some of them anyway by holding a 4-H meeting right after school in the cafeteria. Seven girls...

 

Hereford News

For the special this week at the Hereford Community Church Paula Copeland signed “Joy To The World.” Pastor Opdycke taught about Mary and Joseph. Luke 1:26-36 tells the story of Mary. Mary was a...

 

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