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An entertaining evening of melodies

Charlene Smith/Pine Bluffs Post The Pine Bluffs Junior-Senior High School were in tune Tuesday evening at their winter concert. After three opening performances, there was a selection of solos and...

 

Looking back at some of the more interesting stories of Wyoming’s 2012

For a state whose destiny is linked to energy prices, the year 2012 in Wyoming was turbulent.   Looking back on the past 12 months, the biggest news story affecting the most people in Wyoming is...

 

Lessons from the 12 Days of Christmas

Every year, I look forward to the 12 days after Christmas. It is the time celebrated in the Christian religions for the time it took for the three wise men reach the newborn Jesus Christ. I learned...

 

Local FFA chapters receive donation from FVC

Frenchman Valley Coop, along with the Land O’ Lakes Foundation, has donated $3,000 to three Wyoming FFA Chapters to support local FFA programming. The checks were presented to the FFA Advisors and...

 

Community Calendar

Friday, December 28 Celebrate the 80s Students in grades seven through 12 are invited to celebrate the 80s by watching 80s movies at the Burns and Pine Bluffs branch libraries from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Popcorn, candy and soda will be provided. Come anyt...

 

The Americas, Asia bring in the holiday season

In some conversations about the number of continents, many people count North and South America as one. Our land-mass sharing neighbors to the south have many spicy versions of Christmas tidings. But...

 

Table Mountain tops commissioners time again

After announcing the commissioners would again hear the “on-going saga” of Table Mountain, Chairwoman Gay Woodhouse said she would not be voting. Attorney Frank Falen addressed the commissioners f...

 

How we viewed 2012 - January through March

Arrivals Damian Josial Leal was born Jan. 1, to Megan Heintz and Joseph Leal. Gwendolyn Dorothea Friis was born Jan. 4, to Brian and Jessica Friis. Wesley Cash Crowder was born Jan. 13, to Sarah Kepm...

 

How we viewed 2012 - April through June

Departures Wilda May Stevens, 82, of Burns, passed away Jan. 4. James Albert Onigkeit, 67, of Fort Laramie, passed away Jan. 13. Elmer “Neal” Badgley, 84, of Pine Bluffs, passed away Jan. 19....

 

Bowling results

Monday Women 1. Designs West 365 2. Conoco 293 3. Coyote Sanitation 290 Highs Handicap game: Sally Reher 227 Handicap series: Johnna Graves 635 Scratch game: Jesi Zitek 190 Scratch series: Johnna Graves 518 Tuesday Mixed 1. Spare Room 48 2. Killer...

 

Lady Broncs notch another win

The Burns Lady Broncs took a road trip to South High School on Tuesday and came home with another win in the record books. The 53-41 victory brings their season record to 8-1. They are 1-0 in league p...

 

Burns Broncs end 2012 with loss

The Burns Broncs will enter the start of the 2013 segment of the basketball season with a 4-5 record. This after a 54-60 loss at the hands of the South high squad Tuesday. The Broncs came out and...

 

Pawnee ends 2012 with victory

The Pawnee Coyotes concluded the 2012 portion of the basketball season with a game against the Union Colony Prep Timberwolves on Tuesday. The visiting Coyotes gave their host a hard time, going home...

 

Pawnee Lady Coyotes trounce Union Colony

Tuesday night the Pawnee Lady Coyotes took to the road for a match up with Union Colony Prep. The Lady Coyotes trounced the Lady Timberwolves 63-25 in the non-league bout. Pawnee took control from...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    December 27, 2012

Banner County News

As I sit down to write this last newsletter of 2012, I cannot help but remember when we were on the brink of the new century, back in 1999. Some folks were pretty sure that the world was coming to an...

 

Burns News

Sorry to have to disappoint the Mayan Calendar that predicted the end of civilization that we know of, but we are all still here. As Friday’s dawn began sweeping across the globe, there was no sign of an apocalypse. Do you ever wonder why we fall f...

 

Albin News

Merry Christmas! I hope everyone found their most favorite thing either under the tree or around the dinner table on Tuesday. The winter moisture, called snow, found its way to us, only to be melted...

 

Bushnell News

The swearing-in ceremony for the new Kimball and Banner County elected officials will be held Thursday, Jan. 3, at 8 a.m. in the District Court courtroom. This is open to the public, so feel free to...

 

Looking Back

100 years ago Cody – Three months ago Loe Nau’s lower jaw was destroyed when he accidentally discharged a shotgun. Now he has a new jaw. Nau, who is seventeen, has returned from Chicago, where he was the subject of remarkable bone, skin and flesh...

 
 By Mark Watson    News    December 27, 2012

No-till notes — what we’ve learned on cover crops

I’d like to start by wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas! I hope everyone is able to spend the holidays with friends and family spreading good cheer throughout our region. We have the results...

 

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