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 By Karen Lipska    News    June 3, 2021

Carpenter holds community wide garage sale

On May 28th in Carpenter had their community garage/yard sales. It has been ten years since they had their last one. There were six places that participated in the sale. A multi family with kids...

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    June 3, 2021

Burns Farmers Market - A fresh idea for veggies, and more

It was a dark and stormy night, thunder rolled and the lightning struck! Nah, just kidding! However, it was a bit chilly and wet, but that didn't stop nine vendors who wanted to kick start the Burns...

 
 By Mike Heath    News    June 3, 2021

Like Sheep to the Slaughter – From Liberty to Dictatorship Part 6

The last two years have been riddled with violence and destruction throughout the country. I’m not saying there wasn’t any in years prior but it seemed, at least to me, that it got a lot worse in 2019. Maybe it was the COVID hysteria, maybe a...

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    May 27, 2021

Burns Class of 2021 begin their adventure

Parents and family gathered on May 23rd at the Archer Event arena to watch the seniors graduate. One family member of the senior escorted the senior to their chairs. The Processional was performed by...

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    May 27, 2021

Pine Bluffs High School Class of 2021 step out into the world

Lights turned down and candles were lighting the path of the seniors on May 23 at the Pine Bluffs High School Gym. The welcome done by Savannah Eggli, which was short and sweet. The Pine Bluffs High...

 

Langlois and Montanes engaged

Graduation day was a double celebration for Jeffrey Langlois and Mackenzie Montanes. During Montanes graduation party, Langlois surprised Montanes with a wedding proposal. A roar of approval and...

 

Military Appreciation BBQ held at HWE

In what has become an annual tradition for High West Energy, the electric co-op hosted the annual Military Appreciation Barbecue at their Cheyenne Service Center on May 15. More than 400 people...

 

Wyoming Small Businesses Applaud Governor's UI Move

CHEYENNE, Wyo., May 12, 2021—The representative association for Wyoming’s small businesses today thanked Gov. Mark Gordon for ending the state’s participation in the supplemental unemployment benefits offered by the federal government. “The...

 

The Benefits of Animals to the Environment

Yesterday our Labrador was going nuts barking at something in the back yard. Linda went out to see what was going on and found a huge snake that slithered up the embankment behind the house. It was...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    May 27, 2021

An Unknown Soldier A Veteran's Story

My service goes back, way back to the Battle of Bunker Hill. I was in the (Continental)Army (formed June 14, 1775) with a rank of field officer and my rank could be seen on my hat with a pink or red cockade. I was a captain. Serving under General...

 

M.A.D. Saturday on June 26

M.A.D. stands for “Make A Difference” and that is what those who attend Crossroads Community Church hope to do on June 26. They are sponsoring a community service day to help those in the community who do not have someone else to help them out...

 

Vacation Bible School at Crossroad Community Church

A summer kids’ event called Treasured VBS will be hosted at Crossroads Community Church (418 Pine Street: Pine Bluffs, WY) from June 7 to June 10 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm each night. At Treasured VBS, kids discover that God’s greatest treasure is...

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    May 27, 2021

Aloha Characters in Paint

Aloha Paint Night was held at Pine Bluffs Distilling on May 20th. Autumn Marshal held her last party. There were 37 people attending the party. Each person were welcome to do their own version of the...

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    May 27, 2021

Burns FFA elects new officers

Burns Future Farmers of America Banquet was May 20th at the Burns gym. The current officers opened the meeting. President Aiden Kupuc welcomed everyone to the banquet, parents and guest alike. There...

 

Pine Bluffs Distilling Announces New Product Launches and Summer Events

PINE BLUFFS, WY — APRIL 28, 2021 —Pine Bluffs Distilling is local to their core. It’s how they do business. Supporting their community by using local grains, providing local jobs, and operating with transparency all matter to Pine Bluffs...

 
 By Mike Heath    News    May 27, 2021

Like Sheep to the Slaughter – From Liberty to Dictatorship Part 5

For those of you who have never traveled to a Communist or other type of tyrannical government-run country you will have no frame of reference for much of this article. I apologize for that on one hand yet on the other I’m glad you’ve never had...

 
 
 By Dawnna Merryfield    News    May 20, 2021

New Wall dedication brings deep Patriotism

"Oh say can you see by the dawns early light. Over hill, over dale we have hit the dusty trail and the army goes rolling along, From the halls of montezuma to the shores of Tripoli, Anchors aweigh my...

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    May 20, 2021

Weller and Scarborough graduation from Casper College

Time has flown by for two college students.  Beau Scarborough and Jason Weller have graduated from Casper College. Scarborough has earned an Associate's degree in applied Science of Agribusiness. He...

 
 By Jim Merryfield    News    May 20, 2021

Mother Nature and Wyoming Weather

I don’t know who has been playing around with Mother Nature but I sure wish they would stop. I know that the Midwest is Mother Natures dumping ground but come on now. Yes that’s right, whatever she has left over in her winter events bag she...

 

Almost Planting Time

I hope. I pray. Cross my fingers. Cross my toes. And whatever else I can cross. Warm weather, are you here to stay this time? I certainly hope so. Here it is almost May and we're still having some...

 

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