Pinnacle Bank

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Matt Fridell of Tallgrass Landscape Architecture, the company steering the project through its early phases, had three preliminary concepts on display for those who attended the Newcastle Farmers’ Market on June 30. Pictured is concept C.

Alexis Barker NLJ News Editor   A splash pad, concert venue and veterans memorial, oh my!  All of these things and more may be a reality for Newcastle as the steering committee for Heritage Park develops a final concept for a proposed park at eastern gateway. The project is being undertaken through...

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Matt Fridell describes several ideas for the proposed Veterans Memorial presented by Tallgrass Landscape Architecture, which will build the memorial. The idea for the yellow dot vote is standard practice for the firm, giving the residents of a city voice in the design.

 
The City of Newcastle, Pinnacle Bank, the Newcastle Veterans Memorial Committee and other local organizations continue to work together toward the creation of Heritage Park, and as they begin to identify the scope of the project they have enlisted the help of Matt Fridell of Tallgrass Landscape...
  wypinnbank.com (307) 746-4466 1401 Washington Blvd.   Pinnacle Bank has grown throughout the last century from a small, rural community bank into a strong and modern regional organization, but they still regard old-fashioned, neighborly customs — like greeting you by name and being involved...
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Casper Region will host a series of public open houses in various communities, including Newcastle, to present and discuss the proposed 2022 hunting seasons. The agency will also host a final public meeting at a later date.  According to a press release dated...

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Pinnacle Bank sponsored the 18th Annual Festival of Trees, a fundraising event for non-profit organizations in the area. Bethany Palmgren displays a wreath up for bids.

KateLynn Slaamot NLJ Reporter   The Pinnacle Bank’s 18th annual Festival of Trees raised a record sum of money at this year’s event on Friday, Dec. 3. The festival raised a total of $41,318 for four local organizations — FOCUS, Weston County Children’s Center, Weston County Humane Society and...

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Happy residents of Newcastle and surrounding areas browse the many wreaths that were up for auction at the 2019 Festival of Trees event. The festival was held online last year, but is back for 2021.

Walter Sprague Art and Culture Reporter   Pinnacle Bank’s 18th Annual Festival of Trees will be held this Friday, Dec. 3, at the Senior Services Building. The fundraiser was an online auction last year due to COVID, but this year it is back. Pinnacle Bank loan officer, Amy Hoffman, said that it was...
Alexis Barker NLJ News Editor   The city of Newcastle and Pinnacle Bank of Newcastle are partnering with other local individuals to possibly develop the land, just under an acre,  to the north of the bank. During the  Oct. 18 meeting of the City Council, Mayor Pam Gualtieri reported that she had...
Hannah Gross NLJ Correspondent    The Newcastle Recreation Board is inviting the community to attend its 6 p.m. Meet and Greet meeting at Pinnacle Bank on Tuesday, Feb. 16, to “let people know who we are, what we’re about, and what we do with their money,” according to President Tony Sandoval. The...

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Although this year the Pinnacle Bank’s Festival of Wreaths will be an online auction, it is still anticipated to be a successful fundraiser for area charities.

 
Walter Sprague Art and Culture Reporter   For the past 20 years, the Festival of Trees has been a major fundraising event to benefit nonprofit organizations. But with the shutdown of the Weston County Senior Citizen Center due to COVID-19, the venue customarily used for the auction is no longer...
Hannah Gross  NLJ Correspondent    When Dr. Sara Thurgood, of the Monument Health Newcastle Clinic, presented the idea of forming a youth hockey team to the community on Facebook, she wanted to see if enough people would be interested.  “Boy, was there interest,” she said.  Not only were people in...

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