Pine Bluffs Post - Serving all of Eastern Laramie County since 1908

Xeriscaping Your Yard

I hope the drought we've been in for the past year has brought the importance of water and water conservation to the forefront of everyone's mind. I know farmers and ranchers are reeling from the...

Pine Bluffs Band sends 16 to play at UW Game

The instruments were warmed up and the drums were ready for a beat. The Pine Bluffs Band when to Band Day at the University of Wyoming football game. There were over 1,000 kids throughout of state...

Doug Uhrig A Veterans Story

Douglas "Doug" Ray Uhrig was born in Hettinger, North Dakota to Elton and Agnes Uhrig in the cold of winter - February 1953. He grew up in Lead, South Dakota. He was active in sports in high school...

First West Nile case for 2022 in Laramie County

Cheyenne, WY – The first 2022 human case of West Nile Virus in Laramie County has been reported in the Cheyenne area. Precautions should be taken across Cheyenne and throughout Laramie County. Moisture and warm weather provide ideal conditions...

Sixth Annual Kite Festival a soaring success with the wind

The skies were filled with flying objects, all of the identified. The sixth annual Kite Festival was up on the bluffs of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming. Kites were invented in Asia around 9500-9000 B.C....

Walk for a Cause starts across Nebraska

It was a beautiful day for "Walk for a Cause." Jason Hanner started his 'Walk' across Nebraska on Friday September 23rd. This venture is for awareness of Veterans with mental issues and suicide...

Crossroads Youth Group hold first fall meeting

The kids were gathered on the lawn at the Crossroads Community Church in Pine Bluffs on Sept. 7th at 6:00 p.m. where the youth group had their first fall meeting. The Crossroads board members served...

Concern for trees, renewal of lease-topics at Burns Town Council

There are some concerns about trees in town. The Burns Town Council met on September 26th at 5:30 p.m. For new business The Hughes Therapy lease is being renewed and they will be leasing another room. They business is doing good and the Hughes...

Burns FFA Chapter competes at LCCC judging competition

The Burns FFA Chapter recently competed in the LCCC Rendezvous Days Livestock and Horse Judging competition held at the LCCC Arena Sept 26th, 2022.  The competition was fierce with Junior High and... Full story

Red Knights ride for the cause

The motorcycles were lined up at the Knotty Pine Saloon. Every year they honor their fellow firefighters lost on 9/11. The Red Knights have 38 members who work as firefighters, linemen and other... Full story

Burns/PB Cross Country in Saratoga

Pine Bluffs/Burns cross country track team traveled to Saratoga, Wyoming to compete in the Shana Ward Memorial 2022. On Friday, September 23rd the track team raced against 15 other schools in a meet that was flooded with confusing information and...

JV - Hornets sting the JV Broncs in fourth quarter

In a game that has become the Fight across the Freeway the Burns Broncs JV football team and the Pine Bluffs Hornets JV football team squared off on the field for a Tuesday afternoon game. The Broncs...

Broncs take down the Patriots

The Burns Broncs varsity football team is on a winning roll winning their second game in a row against the Upton/Sundance Patriots. The game was the Broncs homecoming and senior night so there was a...

Burns Broncs Homecoming 2022

The main street in Burns, Wyoming was lined with people waiting for the homecoming parade. All the elementary students from Burns and Carpenter were bussed in for the parade. Leading the parade was...

Pine Bluffs Hornets cage the Moorcroft Wolves

The Pine Bluffs Hornets Varsity football team continued their race for the state championship last Friday with a battle against the Moorcroft Wolves. The battle was one sided as the Hornets dominated...

Lady Hornets struggle in Mitchell

The Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets volleyball team had a rough outing last weekend as they traveled to Mitchell, Nebraska to compete in the Mitchell Invitational Tournament. The team had high hopes of getting on a winning streak again but this was not...

Burns Lady Broncs win over Lady Doggers

The Burns Lady Broncs Volleyball team had a homecoming game against Lingle last Friday. In a best of 5 match the Broncs were able to beat the Doggers in four games winning the match 3-1. Coach...

Marlene Kay Weed

Marlene Kay Weed (Christensen), age 62, was born July 29, 1960 at the Kimball County Hospital in Kimball, Nebraska to Lloyd and Gwen Christensen. She lived in the Bushnell area and attended Bushnell...

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