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 By Amy Votruba    News    October 12, 2017 

Eagle Scout organizes First Aid and Emergency Preparedness Project

Eagle scout, John Bartles organizes the first ever "First Aid Preparation and Emergency Preparedness" project in Burns on Saturday October 7. John Bartels, a senior patrol leader of Scout Troop 101... Full story

 
 By Amy Votruba    News    October 12, 2017 

Fiber Optics close to completion for phase one

RT Communication's employees are spending the fall, finishing up the fiber optic installation. Splicing is being worked on to connect the central office to customers, homes and businesses. With the... Full story

 
 By Amy Votruba    News    October 12, 2017 

Organics meets Technology: Rabou Farms

Organic farming is a big and time consuming business as the Rabou can attest to. The Rabou family came to the Cheyenne area in 1876 and spread out through the area by homesteading, around 1905 in the...

 

There's no place like HOME

Homecoming in Pine Bluffs is kind of a big deal, especially for the sports kids. Last year was one of our best years. Not only did we win, but we had a lot of outdoor fun and it's never a bad thing... Full story

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    October 12, 2017 

Thomas L. Morgan A Veteran's Story

A tall giant of a man with a teddy bear smile is what one comes in contact with when they meet Thomas L. Morgan. This tall Korean Veteran entered the military at the age of 18. The United States Air... Full story

 

Free Alzheimer's Workshop

The Wyoming chapter of the Alzheimer's Association is presenting a free workshop on Advanced Decisions and Planning for the Future. The workshop will take place this Sunday, October 15, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Laramie County Library. The... Full story

 
 By Amy Votruba    News    October 12, 2017 

WYDOT urges winter preparedness as snowfalls

WYDOT prepares for winter road conditions with two new pieces of equipment. Brian Erickson, supervisor of the Pine Bluffs WYDOT shop and the rest of the staff will be putting in long hours when the wi... Full story

 
 By Amy Votruba    News    October 12, 2017 

Winter Check UP

With the white blanket on the ground it maybe time to think about getting your vehicle prepared for winter. Recommendations by Gary Eastman at the Bluffs Car Care are to have good all season tires ins... Full story

 

Fall brings season to an end... while restoring history goes on

Summer has come and gone which brings the closing of the doors of the Texas Trail Museum for the season. This is a process that has been taking place since 1988 when the museum opened its doors with... Full story

 
 By Amy Votruba    News    October 5, 2017

Town Council approves renewals of local liquor licenses

Renewals for the annual liquor license’s was on the agenda at the Pine Bluffs Town Council, Monday night. After discussions were held and no objections in the public hearing part of the Annual Liquor License Renewals, it was sent for a vote. They w... Full story

 
 By Amy Votruba    News    October 5, 2017

Painted Ladies Migration

Have you noticed an abundance of flying creatures in the area? It is the typical time of the year for the "Painted Ladies" butterfly migration. It seems there are a higher number of them this year,... Full story

 
 By Staff Report    News    October 5, 2017

Pine Bluffs Branch Library hosted Banned Book Slam

Banned Books? Students, grades 7-12 got the chance to learn about some banned or challenged books and the reasons why. Many of the books that are banned or challenged are taken off of school or... Full story

 
 By Heidi Ritter    News    October 5, 2017

The new kids on the block

Pine Bluffs High School has had many new students arrive this year from all over for many different reasons. Mr. Sweeter stated that many of the challenges with having so many new students has been... Full story

 

Richard Gardner: A Veteran's Story

Enlisting with some high school buddies, Delbert and Dwight Eisenhauer, in January 1943 to the Marines, Richard Gardner experienced a let down due to size and weight. The Marines rejection was taken... Full story

 
 By Amy Votruba    News    October 5, 2017

Let's Go Fly a kite!

Blue skies and flying objects were seen over the Bluffs on September 30, at least from 11:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m. It was the Pine Bluffs Kite Festival sponsored by the town of Pine Bluffs Parks and... Full story

 
 By Amy Votruba    News    October 5, 2017

Metal to Metal

Wild life and metal come together at Alwayz Manufacturing. Dean Bowman started Alwayz Manufacturing in the early nineteen nineties, out of a financial necessity. Bowman with his creative wild life... Full story

 
 By Amy Votruba    News    October 5, 2017

ATC Plastics

Need plastics molded? The place to contact is ATC Plastic, a subsidiary company of T.A.G. Enterprise's. ATC makes everything from plastic silverware, plastic drinking glasses, dental products, caps... Full story

 
 By Amy Votruba    News    October 5, 2017

JD Manufacturing

Little did anyone know that Rocky Mountain Snack would spur Jerry and Dennis Michaud to start a world wide Kettle Chip equipment company. The building where Step By Step is now was the original Rock... Full story

 
 By Amy Votruba    News    September 28, 2017

Local Veterans Tribute at Texas Trail Museum

What is a War Room? In the town of Pine Bluffs it is a room that was started at the end of 2016, in the Texas Trail Museum. At the museum it is know as a "Tribute To Local Veterans" room, all began by... Full story

 

Local Field Day to view soil health cover crops, grazing and improved profitability

A field day will be held October 3rd at the Robert (Lefty) Lemaster farm, starting at 3:30 in the field, located 0.5 miles east of highway 213 on Road 227. Natural Resource Conservation Service tristate Soil Health Specialist, Marlon Winger will disc... Full story

 

Certified Organic Farming in the Pine Bluffs region

U.S. Department of Agriculture - Locally in the Pine Bluffs area there are approximately 15 certified farms and ranches; including Burns and Albin. 2016 sales of U.S Certified Organic Agricultural Production up 23 percent from 2015. United States... Full story

 
 By Amy Votruba    News    September 28, 2017

Auxiliary Unit 60 greets visitors with smiles and baked goodies

Travelers were greeted with a special treat at the visitors center last Friday. Members of the Donald Eisenhauer American Legion Auxiliary Unit 60 were serving up cookies and lemonade, as well as... Full story

 
 By Amy Votruba    News    September 28, 2017

Pheasants Forever plan trip to LaGrange

Pheasants and youths come together. November 11, 2017, Texas Trail Ringnecks will be traveling to Lagrange for a work shop, along with Hidden Pines Retriever Club. Texas Trail Ringnecks is just one of the local groups in the Pheasants Forever... Full story

 
 By Cody Jomes    News    September 28, 2017

Hornets Inc.

With budget cuts on the rise throughout the state, the teachers and administrators in Pine Bluffs have come up with a plan to keep the elective classes from being hit too hard. Students and staff are... Full story

 

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