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Burns FFA Chapter attends 'The Blue Jeans Ball'

Officers from the Burns Jr. Sr. HS FFA Chapter attended the Wyoming FFA Foundation's annual fundraising banquet known as 'The Blue Jeans Ball'  in Torrington, Wyoming September 25, 2021. The...

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    October 7, 2021 

Clean up big discussion for Town of Pine Bluffs

The Pine Bluffs town council is still working on cleaning up the town. One of the complaints is on Blair Street. On the 700 block of Blair Street are campers on sidewalks and construction in the alley and on the street making it impossible to drive d...

 

Invasion Species Prevention and Awareness starts in the Classroom

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (October 1, 2021) – Wyoming Weed and Pest Council has partnered with the Wyoming Alliance for Environmental Education to develop a comprehensive invasive species curriculum for first to fifth-grade students. A series of three,...

 

2021 Safety & Workforce Summit will prepare Wyoming workers and employers to be 'Agents of Change'

CHEYENNE – Dr. Michelle Rozen, America's top expert on leading change, will deliver the keynote address at the 2021 Wyoming Safety and Workforce Summit on Oct. 20. The theme of this year's summit is "Agents of Change," and the summit will be...

 

Drought update September 2021

The drought of 2021 is now in full force in Laramie County. As of July we were the only county in Wyoming that was not being affected by the drought. At least most of the county. There were two small pockets in the extreme northeast and northwest...

 

Natural Gas Bills to Rise

CHEYENNE, WYOMING – For many Wyoming gas customers bills have increased over the last few months due in large part to the severe natural gas market disruptions that occurred during the February cold weather event that took place last winter. The...

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    October 7, 2021 

Kozak speaks out about county, crime and community

Brian Kozak is running for Laramie County Sheriff. He has a wife and two daughters. Kozak has always been interested in law enforcement since he was a child. His favorite show was CHiPs. He loves to...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    October 7, 2021 

United States Navy A Military Story

The year was 1775,. The Second Continental Congress of the United States passed a resolution creating the Continental Navy. At this time the Continental Navy consisted of converted merchantmen...

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    October 7, 2021 

Daughters of Tractor builder give tractor to museum

That's one big red tractor. Rodney Soppe wanted a certain new style tractor. But since the tractor was so expensive he decided to build his own tractor! But first things first, he built a chisel plow...

 
 By Mike Heath    News    October 7, 2021 

COVID Vaccine may be causing the Variants

There is a growing concern among prominent scientists and researchers that the government’s policy of mass vaccination may be causing the variants of the COVID disease that seem to be coming at us at an ever-increasing rate. It seems like every...

 

Congress-Don't give the IRS access to consumers' bank accounts

Credit unions and banks across the country are jointly opposed to an item being considered as part of the proposed $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill. The bill may include a provision requiring credit unions and banks report to the IRS the account...

 

Albin All Around 4H Club

Over the past 6 years, our club has participated in a variety of activities during 4-H week--from decorating windows to taking goodies to community members. Currently, most of our club is extremely...

 

Hillsdale Tiptoppers

We are a rather large club in Laramie county. Last year we had almost 80 members! We meet at the Archer complex on the second Wednesday of every month. We have 3 main club goals, the first is to...

 

Pine Bluffs 4-H

FSA (Future Scholars of America) 4H is a local club based out of Pine Bluffs WY. We are dedicated to helping our youth use their Heads, Hearts, Hands and Health to become responsible citizens in our community. We enjoy participating in community...

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    October 7, 2021 

Local 4-H Clubs in the area

4-H is an opportunity for youth from five to 18 years of age to learn skills of all kinds. There are an array of programs that are unlimited to be involved in along with several different clubs in...

 

Burns Town Council hears safety ideas

Two public introductions were done at the Burns town council on Monday September 27th at 5:30 p. m. Mayor James Clark started the meeting with the normal vouchers being voted on. Mayor Clark reported...

 

Book Club at local libraries meet author

“The Pumpkin Eater” by Steven W. Horn was the discussion for the night. September 21st at the Burns Library. Dinner was served with both book clubs from Pine Bluffs and Burns libraries along with meeting Horn. The two book clubs normally have...

 

Girlz Nite Out Lessons and Fun

Cars and truck hoods were open in the parking lot at the Crossroads Community church in Pine Bluffs on Wednesday September 22nd in the evening. There were 23 girls and nine leaders out in the parking...

 

Fundraiser held to help out local resident

When neighbors are down the community rallies to help. At the Knotty Pine Saloon it was a benefit for Buzz Canady to raise money to help with medical expenses. Canady had contracted the Covid virus...

 

Protect our Pollinators

For many years, I was told that bees only liked white and yellow flowers. That they would go to other colored flowers only when the first two were unavailable or in short supply. What a myth to...

 

Kieler Family Reunion

Descendants of The Kieler brothers, Ollie, Jim and Ben who homesteaded the three corners area in the early 1900's held a family reunion in Wichita, Kansas over several days this September. Originally...

 

A Veteran Mother's Story

As with any branch of service, our soldiers can be sent to a war zone, be assigned to foreign countries where there is unrest and instability. Moms and Dads stand proud of their child, who has grown...

 

Burns High Student Council holds Car Wash Fundraiser

Free Car Wash was on the signs outside #1 Properties Real Estate on Saturday, Sept. 24th from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The Burns Student Council was raising money for their activities for the year....

 

Creatures of all types of kites fly over the bluffs

"Look, up in the sky!" "It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a, wait, what is that? Is that an octopus, a dragon maybe? Oh yeah, It's kites!" The skies were filled with different shaped animals and flying...

 
 By Mike Heath    News    September 30, 2021

Some think COVID Vaccines are right for Everyone

COVID vaccines are coming under fire by groups all over the world who are questioning their effectiveness and safety. Those in the United States who dare to question the vaccines is canceled by social media and ignored by the mainstream news. Yet...

 

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