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POW Camps Part 2

The Francis E. Warren Air Force Base has been part of the Wyoming landscape since 1867, and continues to serve to this day. Used by the Army from 1867 to 1945 many people do not know that the base, at...

 
 News    June 20, 2019 

2019 Ablin and Cheyenne Delegates -Wyoming Boys' State

Wyoming Boys' State, held annually in June, is a chance for high school juniors from across the state to participate in a week's worth of activities to gain knowledge of their state and its...

 

Bluffs Veterinary Clinic has new Veterinarian

For those of us saddened by the departure of Dr. Joya Migliaccio from the Bluffs Vet, there is reason to smile again as we welcome Dr. Tanner Kremke to our little town. Dr. Kremke is a transplant from...

 

Swearing In

Monday's town council meeting began with the swearing in of Council member Michael "Bubba" Ragsdale for another term. After swearing his oath of office The council moved on to the consent agenda for t...

 
 News    June 20, 2019 

Wyoming's Todd Fornstrom testifies before the Senate on Waters of the U.S. Regulations

President of the Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation Testifies Before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. Barrasso welcomes Mr. Fornstrom to the committee. Click here to watch Mr....

 
 News    June 20, 2019 

Burns High School graduate Riley Petsch graduates from the Naval Academy

Burns High School 2014 graduate, Riley T. Petsch recently graduated from the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis MD, May 24th 2019. He graduated with a double bachelors degree, majoring...

 
 News    June 20, 2019 

Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation awards College scholarships

Laramie-The Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation recently awarded $5,500 in college scholarships to young Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation members. “Education of any type is important to our members and funding is not always easy,” said Todd Fornstrom,...

 

Growing Methods

At the Home & Garden show and at the plant sale last month, one of the questions I was asked frequently was how to grow plants. Not necessarily about seed or maintenance, but containers versus...

 

Downrange Warriors A Veteran Story

Every day in this country twenty to twenty-two veterans commit suicide because they can no longer deal with the turmoil that is going on inside of themselves after their service. In this day and age...

 

Challenge graduates largest class

TORRINGTON, Wyo. -Eastern Wyoming College auditorium filled to capacity on June 15 with family and friends there to see the Wyoming Cowboy ChalleNGe Academy graduate its largest class. WCCA Director...

 

Legal Aid of Wyoming gives assistance at VA for Veterans

Thursday the thirteenth of June saw the arrival of Legal Aide of Wyoming at the Cheyenne VA Hospital for Veterans Law Night. Attorney and Executive Director of Legal Aide Ray Macchia and Co-Chairman...

 
 News    June 20, 2019 

Sharon Fain named Rocky Mountain Power vice president for Wyoming

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (June 12, 2019) - Rocky Mountain Power has hired Cheyenne business executive, Sharon Fain, to serve as the electric utility's vice president for Wyoming. She will begin her new...

 
 By Dorothy Timm    News    June 20, 2019 

Grover Day Parade and Grover Days

This year's parade Grand Marshall is not an individual but a group of individuals that make up the Pawnee Fire Protection District. Hopefully, they will all be in the parade with many of the pieces...

 

Madden adds another Badge

Laramie County Coroner Rebecca Reid and Chief Deputy Coroner Char Madden will work tirelessly for you even though you'll never know that they were there. Both of these women are very dedicated to...

 

Pine Bluffs has history of WWII POW Camp

Cheryl O'Brien has a passion for history. She and her husband travel all over Wyoming in a search for information about the World War II POW camps that were here in our great state. Pine Bluffs was ho...

 

New Burns Mayor presides over first meeting

New Mayor Jim Clark presided over his first town council meeting Monday night, and first order of business was the announcement of the resignation of council member Ron Hopkins. The council will...

 

Friendship Force held for second year

For the second year in a row the Texas Trail Museum hosted the Friendship Force. A group of twenty people came to visit our museum, learn a little about our history, and enjoy the feeling of small town Wyoming. Of the twenty visitors all but two...

 

New Laramie Armory opens on Army's 244th birthday

CHEYENNE, Wyo.—The Wyoming Army National Guard will officially cut the ribbon opening its new Laramie Readiness Center at 11 a.m. on June 14, the U.S. Army’s 244th birthday. It is located near the Laramie airport at 4750 State Highway 130. The...

 

Compost-Garden Gold

Everybody knows what compost is, right? The black, sticky, smelly, gross stuff that we're told needs to go in our gardens and flower beds? If that's what you think of when you hear the word...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    June 13, 2019

Ed Thompson: From Hobby Gardner to a Great Business Gardner

As far back as Ed Thompson can recall he has had a love for gardening. He enjoys the relaxation of gardening but now is reaping the rewards of all his tender care of his tomatoes. Thompson obtained...

 

Pine Bluffs A & W finishes it's new look

Out with the old and in with the new. A&W's makeover is finally complete with the delivery of their new furniture on Monday. Guests can now sit in style and comfort while they eat. While keeping the...

 

Burns Honor Roll - Complete

BHS Semester 2 Honor Roll All A's Honor Roll 12th Grade Mandie Amend Lash Branigan Malli O'Neal Alec Saukerson **Nicole Talkington** Cassidy Weibel 11th Grade Kate Bach Boe Clayson Zachary Cudney...

 

West Nile Virus already active in Wyoming for 2019

West Nile virus may be off to an earlier than usual start in Wyoming this year, with the state’s first case involving a Campbell County adult already reported, according to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH). “Wyoming residents should take st...

 

City officers and councilmen sworn in for next term

Monday's town council meeting saw the swearing in of Tom Mohren for another term. Mayor Allan also saw over the swearing in of offices: Carleen Graves as Clerk, Kim Patterson as Treasurer, Justin...

 

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