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22 things to do in 2022……………………in western Nebraska

Pony Express Re-Ride — June 7-June 9 Two riders in the 2021 Pony Express Re-Ride travel down Old Oregon Trail Road shortly after leaving a stop at the Scotts Bluff National Monument. The Pony Express Re-Ride will be back in western Nebraska June 7-June 9, 2022. Star-Herald File Photo Each year, the Pony Express Re-Ride. … Continued

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‘Pony Express’ riders continue 20-year Christmas card tradition — Jackson Hole News

GREEN RIVER — Melissa and Andy Misner swung into their saddles outside the post office the morning of Saturday, Dec. 11, their horses loaded with two mochillas and five saddlebags full of Christmas cards. The Misners smiled as they rode down Uinta Drive, escorted by two Green River Police Department vehicles. After making their way … Continued

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‘Pony Express’ riders continue 20-year Christmas card tradition – The Sheridan Press

GREEN RIVER— Melissa and Andy Misner swung into their saddles outside the post office the morning of Saturday, Dec. 11. Their horses were loaded with two mochilas and five saddlebags full of Christmas cards. The Misners smiled as they rode down Uinta Drive, escorted by two Green River Police Department vehicles. Continue Reading….

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‘Pony Express’ riders continue 20-year Christmas card tradition — Pinedale Roundup

GREEN RIVER — Melissa and Andy Misner swung into their saddles outside the post office the morning of Saturday, Dec. 11. Their horses were loaded with two mochilas and five saddlebags full of Christmas cards.    Continue Reading…..

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Little-known gems among Sacramento State’s eye-catching landmarks….

FIVE-MILE STATION, Pony Express historic marker, Guy West Plaza The Five-Mile Station marker shows a notable stop on the Pony Express route. (Sacramento State/Andrea Price) At 2:45 a.m. Wednesday, April 4, 1860, Central Overland Pony Express employee Sam “Bill” Hamilton raced out of what’s now Old Sacramento, the first relay rider carrying the nation’s first eastbound U.S. mail … Continued

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Obituary for Gerald J. Leal

Gerald J. Leal Nov. 16, 1936 – Dec. 4, 2021 Mr. Gerald J. Leal, 85, of Avondale, Ariz., died Dec. 4.  Continue Reading…….

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Some will receive special cards & letters, via ‘Pony Express’

What could be more festive in central Nebraska than receiving a beautiful Christmas greeting via Pony Express? Since approximately 2000, the local members of the National Pony Express Association have been carrying holiday greetings on horseback during a Christmas Reride. This year the reride was held on Dec. 11.   Continue Reading………

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New National Park Service Director Named

Charles “Chuck” Sams III Confirmed as Director of the National Park Service Courtesy Northwest Power and Conservation Council. Charles “Chuck” Sams III was confirmed by the Senate as Director of the National Park Service on Thursday, November 18. Sams is a tribal citizen of the Confederated Tribes of Umatilla and will be the first person … Continued

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Pony Express Christmas Card Ride Comes to the Sacramento History Museum

The Pony Express Rides into Old Sacramento Saturday, December 11th The Christmas Card Ride is back this year! The run will take place on Saturday, December 11th with riders departing from the Folsom History Museum at 10 am then ending their ride at the Sacramento History Museum around 3:35pm that afternoon. Time is approximate so … Continued

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High Plains Christmas returns to Legacy of the Plains

High Plains Christmas made its return with a full slate of events on Saturday at the Legacy of the Plains Museum. The museum offered a soup or hot dog lunch, wagon and carriage rides and cowboy coffee. When the clock struck noon, Pony Express rider Casey Debus made her grand entrance to pick up children’s … Continued