The world welcomes 26 Pine Bluffs graduates

Preceded by candle bearers and moving to the strains of "Pomp and Circumstance," the 2017 Graduating Class of Pine Bluffs High School took the stage for the last time at the school and prepared to...

The honored fallen

On Monday, May 29 of this year the nation will come together to recognize those of her young who have given their lives in the service of our country. In Pine Bluffs and the surrounding communities there is much to be grateful for the fact that so...

Reaching out to seniors

There are times when those with special needs or disabilities want someone to talk to, someone to play cards with, or to read to them or just someone for companionship. There are times when those...

Burns marks 100th commencement with 31 grads

To the strains of "Pomp and Circumstance," the 2017 graduates of Burns High School, the 100th graduating class of the school, marched forward arm in arm with their candle bearers to take their seats...

Fallen but not forgotten

Jo Radcliffe, member of American Legion Post 60 Auxiliary, places a flag on the grave of Archie Hixenbaugh, a World War I U.S. Army...

Pine Bluffs Police Department Blotter

Activities and calls for the Pine Bluffs Police Department during the week of May 17 through May 22 were as follows: 2 Traffic stops 1 Suspicious person call 1 dog...

Theobald wins Arch Coal award

Recipient of the Arch Coal Teaching Achievement Award Thursday May 18 was Wanda Theobald, Pine Bluffs Elementary third-grade teacher and Patroness of Riverwish, Wyo. Theobald was one of ten teachers...

Kranz family's 53-year streak of Burns schools comes to an end

The Kranz family had at least one family member attending Burns schools for the past 53 years. That streak came to an end last Sunday as Dylan Kranz (right) graduated from Burns High School. Ed Kranz ...

In memorium

“Dear Mom and Dad, Boy Mom, this is the life. . .Everyone gripes but I don't think there's anyone that would trade if for anything else. . .I enjoyed Poot's letter. Seems he's learning to write without going to school. I miss that kid more than...

Albin News

The end of school brings field days and class trips. If you are curious about how the future generation’s minds work, take the time to watch elementary races. Some runners hit it hard, never look...

Pine girls take third at state

The Wyoming high school track and field season came to a close last weekend in Casper with the state tournament. In 2A action, the Pine Bluffs girls took third place in team standings, while the Pine boys, the defending 2A champs could nly muster a...

Barrasso secures commitments on soda ash, beef and energy exports from ambassador to Japan nominee

U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) questioned William Hagerty, President Trump’s nominee to be the next U.S. ambassador to Japan, on soda ash, beef exports and energy security. The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations held Hagerty’s...

Bills to control government regulations move forward in the Senate

The Homeland Security and Government Affairs (HSGAC) Committee voted May 17 to advance two bills that could help control excessive government regulations. The bills, cosponsored by U.S. Senators Mike Enzi and John Barrasso, both R-Wyo., would give...

Hey grads, your learning days are not over... not by a long shot

I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and I love today. – William Allen White This is a message for 2017 graduates – there are just two times in your lives when you feel you are...

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