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LCFD No. 5 receives new fire truck

Laramie County Fire District No. 5 after waiting a year, finally receive their new fire truck. The truck was approved by their board to purchase last year. Their decision was to buy the cab and...

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Science Olympiad Medal Winners 2021

BHS and BJH competed in the Wyoming State Science Olympiad at Casper College on April 10. The JH team won 2nd place. They were tied for 1st but lost the tiebreaker. Out of 20 events the JH won six...

Town Council plans for Spring Clean UP and trees

At the April meeting for Pine Bluffs Town Hall there was quite a bit of hustle and bustle. To kick off the meeting guests with the Kimball health services attended and had a very detailed presentation for the council to review in regards to the new...

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Fornstrom brothers go different directions for their future

Greg Fornstrom, 18, oldest son of Jackie and Russell Fornstrom, recently signed his commitment to attend the University of Wyoming.  G. Fornstrom's plan is to major in political science and minor...

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Bronc Fun in '21 aka Burns Day is coming back with a new host – The Burns Lions Club

Beginning in January of this year, Kayla Madler presented the desire to establish a branch Lions Club in the town of Burns. Several community members were in attendance: Cody Nusbaum, D.J. Tidyman,...

Republican or Democrat - What is the real question? Part 16 Libertarian Party

The contents of this article do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the Pine Bluffs Post. The Libertarian Party in Wyoming is considered a minor political party. In recent years they have often had the party dissolved due to too few...

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Academic Decathlon Medal Winners 2021

The state competition was all online. Normally we go to Casper College to compete, but it changed due to COVID. Speeches and Interviews were done by Zoom. The rest of the testing was online. The...

Laramie Co. School District 2 looks for new Superintendent

Laramie County School District number 2 superintendent John Abrams recently announced his retirement in Wyoming in his plan to relocate to Idaho. Abrams decided it was time to move a little closer to his family in Idaho. There he will serve 3 more...

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Interviews with a candidate

Ken Haas Ken Haas and wife Pam are long-time residents of the Pine Bluffs area. Haas has recently announced his plans and goals to run for one of two council member positions.  Haas, his wife and...

Wyoming Hunger Initative launches new program 'Grow a Little Extra'

First Lady Jennie Gordon’s Wyoming Hunger Initiative is partnering with University of Wyoming Extension to launch a program under the Food from the Farm + Ranch banner called Grow a Little Extra. Wyoming Hunger Initiative regional directors...

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Hornets Field and Track

The Pine Bluffs Track and Field team competed in the Okie Blanchard Meet on 10 April at the Okie Blanchard Stadium. According to team coach Dustin Lee the team did very well. Coach said "We competed...

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Pine Bluffs Recreation Basketball Tourney

Fourth grade girls First place- Pine Bluffs Second place- Burns Colts Sixth grade girls First place-Sidney Ne Raiders Second place- Wyoming Storm Cheyenne Fifth grade boys First place- Hill City SD...

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We Will Survive Tournament Results - Brush, CO 4/10/21

4U Division 44 Axyl Ross 1st Place 6U Division 45 Axyl Ross 2nd Place 53 Nathaniel Stovall 4th Place 68 Ashtyn Ross 3rd Place 8U Division 51 Brice Inman 1st Place 53 Elliot Inman 1st Place 54 Ethan...

Broncs Field & Track

The Burns Broncs Track and Field team competed in the Bayard Invitational C-D meet on April 10th. The team did well and placed in the top on numerous events. On the girls side: In the 400m run Sienna Gallegos placed 14th with a time of 1:13.95...

Frank H. Janesofsky

Frank H. Janesofsky of Independence, Ore. passed away on March 24, 2021 at the age of 87. Frank was born on July 3, 1933 in Egbert, Wyoming to Frank and Mildred (Gross) Janesofsky. Frank graduated from Egbert High School in 1951. After graduating...

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