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Deibert chosen to lead Wyo Air National Guard

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Col. Barry F. Deibert was chosen as the next commander of the Wyoming Air National Guard's 153rd Airlift Wing. He will assume command June 13, 2020. Deibert will succeed Col....

 

Laramie County Coroner holds open house

Last week the Laramie County Coroner's Office held an open house to allow residents time to come in and see the facility. Coroner Rebecca Reid and Deputy Coroner Char Madden of Pine Bluffs, led tours...

 

Daylight savings time more for economics

This weekend was the official “spring forward” for this year, and I don’t know about the rest of you, but I am guaranteed to be exhausted for at least the next few days while I try to convince my brain that it is actually not an hour later...

 
 By Susan Miller    News    March 12, 2020

TriState communities comes together for the Ryan Snyder family of Burns

One of the definitions of "Community" in Webster's dictionary is: "a body of people with common interests living in a particular area". On Sunday, at the Snyder Family Benefit in Burns that...

 

2nd Annual Dr. Seuss Birthday party in Burns Library

"Children and Families attended the 2nd annual Dr. Seuss Birthday Party at the Burns Branch Library on Friday, March 6. Attendees participated in Seuss-inspired games, crafts, and enjoyed treats of...

 

Pre-gardening planning what to do

It’s in the air. I smelled it this morning. Did you? It’s coming. Not quite here yet, but Spring is on the way. I went outside this morning and there was a very different feel and smell to the air. It’s not something I can describe, but it’s...

 

State Basketball 2020

As our Pine Bluffs Hornet basketball teams went to Casper for state basketball on Thursday, the girls had won their first game against the Kemmerer Rangers (57-30) and later on that day the boys had...

 

International Women's Day A Veteran Story of Women

Kimberly J. Patterson Structure, commitment, rules and regulations in the United States Air Force life was not a new routine for Kimberly J. Patterson. Patterson made the change to the University of...

 
 By Stacy Jenkin    News    March 12, 2020

Albin Elementary and Burns High School win "Donuts" for their school

LCSD#2 participated in the National School Breakfast "out of this world" campaign during which ran March 2-6th. Our goal each year is to reach students who don't normally eat breakfast as school, and...

 
 By Elizabeth Zerck    News    March 12, 2020

A Scouting Minute...Spotlight on Scouts

With the end of the school year fast approaching our Scouts are busy finishing up Adventures to earn their ranks. This past weekend the Cub Scouts went on a hike and collected trash from different...

 

Happy 307 Day Photo contest

"Let me say in advance.... we have NO idea how our judges are going to be able to pick just FIVE images! We have some GREAT photos and we are overwhelmed with the WONDERFUL response!" said Sonja...

 

"ET" and Array assist in bringing Wyoming into the future

Almost four years ago a young man named Eric Trowbridge "ET" started a company called Array. ET had a vision of a company that would bring Wyoming into the future. As most of us know the government...

 

Town Council passes increase for utilities

Monday’s town council meeting saw the passing of resolution 2020-06 the final reading of the increase of the local electric rates to take effect on the first of April. After much discussion and a four to one vote the new resolution was passed....

 

Fun for Kids sponsors Family Unit and teaches about family

Once again Molly Williams entertained our local little ones on Thursday when Fun for Kids sponsored their family unit. Children learned about the different types of families that exist in today's...

 

Students named to BHSU Fall 2019 Dean's List

SPEARFISH, SOUTH DAKOTA…Black Hills State University has released the Dean’s List for the fall 2019 semester. A total of 722 students maintained a grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 or higher while taking at least 12 credit hours. Jessica Malm of...

 

Addressing the possibility of growing hemp in Wyoming

Grow hemp and you'll get rich! Profits of $20,000 to $30,000 per acre are possible. Well, not to be Debbie Downer, but any scheme that portrays itself as a "get rich quick" proposition, more than...

 

Senior Night 2020

Thinking one's time will end in the public school setting or high school sports probably rarely crosses the mind of most high school students as they are participating and enjoying their time in...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    March 5, 2020

James A. Lish A Veteran Story

Jim Lish was born in Sacramento California to the late Melvin and Barbara Lish. While California was his first residence, it would not be his permanent. He grew up in Moab, Utah, which he calls his...

 

Good tasting and nutritional too at the Pine Bluffs Senior Center

The Pine Bluffs Senior Center cooks up a hot meal daily for anyone that wants to come in and eat. Roxie Bolejack and Trisha Burry work tirelessly to bring the community meals that fit within the...

 

Previous local area writer signs her book in Kimball

Who says you can't make it big from a small town? Local author and previous resident of Kimball Deborah Wynne has released her first novel and I was able to sit with her at her local book signing to c...

 

Ladies Night Out teaches scrapbooking

Holly Bauer of the Burns Branch Library hosted another ladies night out last Thursday. Attendees were able to create their own mini scrapbooks out of card stock and velcro. While the book making was...

 

Champions Named at NWSS Junior Gelbvieh and Balancer Show

A Burns HS teen took one of the top honors at the Junior Gelbvieh and Balancer Heifer Show at the National Western Stock Show last month in Denver. Grace Steenbergen, 15, daughter of Dale Steenbergen...

 

Pheasants Forever Youth Chapter

Recently, our very own Texas Trail Ringnecks youth chapter took a six day trip to Minneapolis, Minnesota. The annual Pheasant Fest and Quail Classic was held at the Minneapolis Convention Center. The...

 

Dorothy & John Brandt A Sweetheart Veteran Story Part II

Dorothy Mae Hinson was born May 03, 1927 in Monroe, N.C. to Gaither Winslow Hinson of Monroe, N.C. and Ester Emmalille (Purser) of Union County, N.C. and was one of six children. She entered the U.S....

 

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