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The last 12 Months of TRR Newsletters will be linked here as they are released.

If you would like to contribute an article or pictures to the Thunder River World Guardian send an email to Cheyenne Ranger at Secretary@ThunderRiverRenegades.com

May 2018 Newsletter

March 24: a fun match with a good turnout of 27 shooters. Weather was cooperative and fun was had by all. Check out Suzie’s Pictures they tell the story of the match. April 7: (thanks to BPB for writing the stages this time) was a different story as far as the weather went. The weather ‘experts’ promised us clear skies (and still showed that at match’s end) but we ended up with id-40ºs and wind…

April 2018 Newsletter

Feb 24: twenty-eight shooters beat back the threat of rain and had a right-good time. Details are scare as some of us were sick in bed and no report was submitted by any of our world-famous reporters.

March 2018 Newsletter

Jan 27 Match: nothing like light rain, stiffing breeze building throughout the day and seriously mudding ground conditions to improve our shooting match. Twenty-seven die hards spit in Mother Nature’s face and had a great time no matter what the weather…

February 2018 Newsletter

Dec 30 Match: we had 25 shooters on the last match of 2017. Not a bad turnout as several of us were sick and with end-of-year events just a day away choices had to be made.

January 2018 Newsletter

October 28 dawned cool and clear with a wind that would set your teeth on edge…if you still had your teeth, that is. Thirty-Eight shooters made for 3 posses with enough folks on each one to cover the posse chores…

December 2017 Newsletter

October 28 dawned cool and clear with a wind that would set your teeth on edge…if you still had your teeth, that is. Thirty-Eight shooters made for 3 posses with enough folks on each one to cover the posse chores…

November 2017 Newsletter

Matches Report—Sept 23: what a difference a season makes…or not. It was Fall but no one told Mother Nature. Though the temps were in the lower 30’s (Celsius ?) we are pleased to report that the humidity was keeping pace…

October 2017 Newsletter

The ‘Big One of 17:” yes, we made it with damage and water but we came up on the dry side—finally. Folks had water in their homes and cars less than pristine, yards trashed, a tree or two…

September 2017 Newsletter

It was a bit on the warm side but that didn’t stop 18 shooters from showing up. We divided into two equal posses: the lightning quick group and those just wanting to have fun no matter how long it took.

August 2017 Newsletter

A bit of weather and EOT kept our numbers down but 16 cowgirls and – boys showed up to have fun. A special treat was the attendance of Red River Mac, who drove to the match with his lovely wife Sunny.