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Sep 22, 2017
Fair teaches lessons about best flowers to grow locally
I realized then that the open class entries (all the entries that are not 4-H or FFA) could tell me a lot about what Laramie County gardeners grow, and grow well – at least at the beginning of August.Checking the fair results at www.laramiecountyfair.com, in horticulture (fruits and vegetables), there were only 81 entries, indicating a growing season with a slow, cold start. However, for floriculture, there were many more entries: perennial flowers (146), annual flowers (84) and culinary herbs (64). The other categories, flower arrangements, dish gardens and potted plants, had a total of 55.Why wouldn’t you plant perennials, the most popular category, in the first place? They take so little work once established. And once you’ve planted a perennial, why wouldn’t you snip three identical flowers the first week in August, place them in a clear glass jar, carry them to the fair and hope for a blue ribbon and $6 premium?I’ve entered numerous quilts in fairs over the last 35 years (one to 200 hours or more of work for a chance at the same $6 premium) and understand quilt judging, but I wasn’t sure what floriculture judges were looking for.The fair book will tell you a little bit, but the 2017 edition is no longer available and the 2018 edition won’t be o... (Wyoming Tribune)Dec 8, 2016
Funeral set for Naperville activist shot in Chicago
Dec. 17 with a funeral service to follow.
Allen was shot to death at about 2:20 a.m. Friday while driving on the 1300 block of North Laramie Avenue in Chicago, where he had been visiting friends and playing cards. Chicago police say the investigation into the shooting continues, but they do not have any suspects or information about a possible motive.
Relatives say they have spent the days since Allen's death going through family photos and reminiscing about his life. Two fond moments came as recently as last month, when he got to see the Cubs win the World Series and pray with his family at Thanksgiving, his son Keith Allen said.
"Normally Dad makes me say the blessing, but this year, it was great -- he actually said the blessing over the food," he said.
A longtime DuPage County resident who had called Naperville home for about 10 years, Allen founded A. Allen Insurance Ltd. in Chicago's Austin neighborhood during has career as an Allstate agent. His children say it was common for him to return to Austin to visit friends and play card games such as bid whist, about which he wrote a historical book in 2014.
Allen was active in the DuPage County NAACP and served as a Democratic precinct committeeman. He recently had gotten involved with a police-community relations improvement initiative called Unity Partnership.
Allen's son said Rep. Bill Foster has been among the dozens who have called to comfort Allen's wife of more than 50 years, Carol Jean Allen. He said Foster plans to speak durin... (Chicago Daily Herald)Nov 24, 2016
An Election Day tribute to Jeannette Rankin, 100 years after her campaign
Many visitors added their “I Voted” stickers to the grave of Susan B. Anthony, a well-known suffragette, in Rochester, New York. In Laramie, Wyoming, people gathered at a statue of Louisa Swain, the first woman in the United States to vote in a general election.
Kakuk said she wanted her daughters to be able to tell their own children a personal memory from this election.
“I started crying, and they were a little worried,” Kakuk said. “I was just totally overwhelmed that [Rankin’s statue] was already covered in stickers and flowers.”
... (Montana Kaimin)Feb 3, 2016
Beau (Kaylie) and Ty (Jamie); Cindi (Ron) Schmitz, her children, Chad (Cassie), Chelsea (Ashley) and Chase; Barry (Rita), their children, ShayAnne, Laramie, Kolton, Hunter and Kaleb; Troy (Joanne) their children, Jessica (Luke), Christa and Jordan (Ashley); Bonnie (Shane) Farstveet, their children, Jeremy (Samantha), Tanner (Brittany), Wyatt (Desi); as well as 14 great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister, Deanna (Matt) Lardy; and her sisters and brothers-in-law, Dona (Jim) Lowman, Alice (John) Meginnes, Betty (Alvin) Tescher and Darlene Brown.
Memorials may be sent to Home on the Range, North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame or the Golden Valley Manor.
Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at www.silhafuneralhomes.com.
(Bismarck Tribune)Feb 2, 2016
Phyllis Caudillo | 1941-2016
Timothy Caudillo of Cheyenne, Anthony Caudillo of Yorba Linda, Calif., and Rebecca Caudillo of Brighton, Colo.; brother, Howard Nelson Wolfe of Laramie; sister, Norma Willis of Sun City, Ariz.; and four grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Dewey and Exie Wolfe; and three brothers, Leo G. Wolfe, Virgil Dewey Wolfe, Jr. and Don Wolfe.
Life commemoration services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel with Rev. Max Janzen officiating.
Cremation has taken place at Cheyenne Memorial Gardens.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to the American Cancer Society or the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation.
(Wyoming Tribune)Jan 8, 2016
2015 Year in Photos
Northern Lights, begin to flare up with green, yellow and pink hues near the Vedauwoo Recreation Area late Monday night between Cheyenne and Laramie. The Northern Lights are created as a result of collisions between gaseous particles in the Earth's atmosphere and charged particles released by the sun, according to the Northern Lights Space and Science Centre in Canada. Variations in color are due to the type of gas particles that are colliding. The most common color, a pale yellowish-green, is produced by oxygen molecules located about 60 miles above the Earth. Rare, all-red auroras are produced by high-altitude oxygen, at heights of up to 200 miles. Nitrogen produces blue or purplish-red aurora. Blaine McCartney/Wyoming Tribune Eagle
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