Albin News


The Wyoming wind has returned. Now, don’t get too upset. It does have its purpose, like everything in life.

Think of the time we would spend shaking all the trees to make the leaves fall without it. Or gathering all those tumbleweeds in our bushes and fences all on our own would be a time consuming chore without our faithful wind.

What a nice start to fall we have had, though. The dusting of snow and cooler temperatures for a few days weren’t that terrible. This week was filled with more nice mild windy days.

The Albin Town Council will meet today at 7 p.m. at the town hall. There’s not much on the agenda that holds a lot of excitement, but if you have an issue that needs addressed, be sure to attend so the council can help you with it.

Roger Anderson’s funeral will be held at the community center on Saturday, Oct. 11 at 1 p.m. Please keep the family in your thoughts and prayers. Roger will be missed as a volunteer and a champion for Albin.

Aaron Anderson will celebrate a birthday on Monday, Oct. 13. No word on how many candles but I bet he could knock them out with the town’s road grater or dump truck. Happy birthday, Aaron.

And thanks for all you do to keep the town in tip-top shape.May your well of happiness never run dry.

Little Demmie Kriz is also blowing out some candles this weekend. On Saturday, she will beopening gifts and enjoying a good spoiling from mom and dad and big brother as well as a wholebunch of other relatives. Enjoy the day, Demmie!

Codi Krakow marks her birthday Oct. 10. I am sure someonewill be making a yummy cake for the occasion.

The community center is a good place to stop for lunch if you are in the area. They serve daily specials Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Stop by if your fridge is empty and your tummy is, too.

Contact the town hall at 307-246-3386 if you have news for theAlbin section so we can share it with your neighbors.


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