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 By Karen Lipska    News    February 18, 2021

Artists expand their styles from "This and That to Northern Silhouette"

Autumn Marshall’s Painting party was on Wednesday February 13, 2021 at the Pine Bluffs Distilling. ‘This & That’ was the theme to go along with Valentine's in the air. The picture was a vase of roses on one side with glass of wine on the other...

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    February 18, 2021

Artists expand their styles from "This and That to Northern Silhouette

Northern Silhouette was the theme for the paint party at Sadie's on February 13, 2021. Ashley Hottell, instructor, said this was her most sold picture and thought people would enjoy it. Instead of...

 

Winter Wonderland

It is looked on in awe. It is photographed and used for greeting cards. It can turn a sleepy tree or bush into something beautiful or it can turn a quiet country road into a slippery ice rink. And it...

 

COVID-19 Challenging times at the high school levels

Covid-19 has affected so many lives in so many different ways. Most people are growing tired of covid and luckily our numbers aren't growing very much anymore. But that doesn't stop the new covid-19...

 

Auxiliary Unit 60 assists in feeding homeless in Laramie County

Pine Bluffs Donald Eisenhauer American Legion Auxiliary Unit 60 recently provided a hot meal with all the trimmings at the Cheyenne Discipleship Center, which services and gives support to many of...

 

Prairie care in drought

Sometimes I think Wyoming is either feast or famine. This winter has actually been pretty good as far as the temperatures go. At least we haven't had a long stretch of sub-zero temperatures. Nor has i...

 

Patriot Guard Riders - Cheyenne Supporting all who served

"I am so thankful for our veterans and first responders for the sacrifices they make to protect our country, our state, and our community from others that would do us harm. When I retired from the...

 

Valentine's Day... more than just a day of love

When most people think about Valentine's day the thought of fancy dinners and romantic getaways or flowers are just a few of the things that come to mind. However not many people know the theories behind the romantic holiday. One theory is not quite...

 

LCCC offers students COVID-19 grant funding

Laramie County Community College has received additional funding from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSAA) that has been designated to support students enrolled for the spring semester at the college....

 

From the Hill

Senator Joins Environment & Public Works, Banking and Commerce Committees Senator Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming has been named to the Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee; the Environment and Public Works Committee; and the Commerce, Science,...

 

COVID-19 Changing habits .......Changing many lives

COVID-19, what happened? Our entire lives have been flipped upside down and shaken a couple times. Everyone has been affected in one way or another. Whether you're a truck driver, farmer, food service...

 

Burns High School Lincoln Seibert commits to Northwestern College

Burns High School senior - Lincoln Siebert takes a step for his future and signs his letter of intent for college after graduation. Siebert after some serious consideration decided to go to...

 

Singing Valentines bring back sweet songs of love

Valentines Day is just a short time away and it is a day designated for love and sweet sentiment. Many people will order flowers, give candy and take their special someone to dinner. To carry this lov...

 

Laramie County Library System continuing to provide curbside pick-up and other library services

Laramie County Library System is continuing to provide curbside pick-up and other library services in order to ensure that items, activities, and resources are available to anyone who needs them during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The library’s c...

 

Fertilizing – When and How Much

Believe it or not, spring is rapidly approaching. Yeah. Once again the weather has been up and down, cold and warm, windy and calm, snowy (well, kind of) and dry. It's almost like it can't make up...

 

Kevin Curtis, PGR Supporting all who served

On a cold January, Kevin Curtis was born in Fitzsimons Army Hospital - known as Fitzsimons Army Medical Center (FAMC) in Aurora, Colorado, USA. The facility opened in 1918 after World I and closed in...

 

Pine Bluffs Mark Merryfield promoted to Lance Corporal

Date of Rank: 01 February 2021 Select Grade: Lance Corporal To all who shall see these presents, greeting: Know ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the fidelity and abilities of Mark...

 

Pine Bluffs receives new ambulance through CARES

The Town of Pine Bluffs has officially received their much needed new ambulance! The funding for the new ambulance came from the cares Act which was a part of the covid-19 relief package. Kim...

 

Proposed Bill HB0037 ...road usage charges

The State of Wyoming was recently presented with a bill, HB0037, which is in regards to the road usage charges. "The road usage charge would be applied to all Wyoming registered vehicles when traveling on Wyoming highways." All the fees are arranged...

 

Burns High School has district Teacher of the Year

Anna Eklund, Burns High School math teacher was recently selected as Laramie County School District No. 2 "Teacher of the Year". Every year faculty can nominate a teacher, who in their opinion,...

 

Logan Leo Chambers Laramie County First baby 2021

Logan Leo Chambers would make his debut into the world as the first baby born in Laramie County, Wyoming on January 1, 2021 at 3:22 a.m. The proud parents of Logan are Annah and Zachary Chambers. He...

 

Hail is a dangerous enemy

Hail is Public Enemy #1 in southeastern Wyoming. The entire state has hail, but did you know the worst hail zone in the country is right here in Laramie County? Yep. The oval from Burns to Carpenter...

 

Honoring the Four Chaplains

On Feb. 3, 1943, four Army chaplains – Father John P. Washington, Rabbi Alexander D. Goode, and the Revs. George L. Fox and Clark V. Poling – gave up their life jackets on a sinking Army...

 

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