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Lady Broncs come out fourth after Regional weekend

Burns Lady Broncs fought for a spot to compete at Regionals last weekend in Torrington. The Lady Broncs have gained power and skills during their successful season. These skills paid off when the...

 

Lady Hornets' unfortunate injury at Regionals

With all the success they had during the season, Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets won a spot at Regionals. On Friday, the swarm of Lady Hornets traveled to Torrington to face the number two seed from the...

 
 By Allie Hurley    News    November 6, 2014

Historian presents research idea at town meeting

During Pine Bluffs’ town meeting Monday night, a historical photographer informed the town council and visitors that Pine Bluffs will be one of many towns featured in his research project. Doc Thissen, student, photographer and historian, is...

 
 By Allie Hurley    News    October 30, 2014

Halloween party at the library

The Pine Bluffs Branch Library invited kids in kindergarden through 6th-grade to enjoy a day of Halloween fun on Tuesday, Oct. 21. Librarians Mary Cushing and Christina Heard helped kids have a...

 
 By Allie Hurley    News    October 30, 2014

Chlorine still in season

Residents in Pine Bluffs have been asking why their water tastes like chlorine. Tom McDonough, Maintenance Supervisor with the Town of Pine Bluffs said chlorine is put into the town water during the summer and taken out for irrigation and harvest...

 
 By Allie Hurley    News    October 30, 2014

Short, sweet town meeting

The Pine Bluffs Town Meeting held on Monday, Oct. 20 might take the gold for the quickest meeting, lasting less than eight minutes. Mayor William Shain, Councilman Mike Ragsdale, Councilman Mark Fornstrom and Town Clerk Carleen Graves were the only...

 

Lady Hornets end season with two victories

The Lady Hornets declared victory on two three-game wins to complete their volleyball season last weekend. On Friday, Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets played Guernsey Lady Vikings on the road. The Lady...

 

Lady Broncs stampede through their final games

Burns Lady Broncs had a defeat and a victory to complete their season this week. On Tuesday, The Lady broncs were on the road to play against Southeast Lady Cyclones. The Lady Cyclones are a tough tea...

 

Broncs cool down with victory against Panthers

The Burns Broncs finished their season with a victory against the Wright Senior Panthers Friday at Pine Bluffs football field, 34-8. The Burns Broncs made the first touchdown of the game. Bronc River...

 
 By Allie Hurley    News    October 23, 2014

Tractors, trucks helicopter - The kids say, oh my!

The Touch-a-Tractor event provided local children the opportunity to explore tractors, emergency vehicles and trucks on Saturday at the Pine Bluffs Community Center. The event began with the landing...

 
 By Allie Hurley    News    October 23, 2014

Fall dinner fundraiser to give back to community

St. Paul's Council of Catholic Women invites the community to enjoy good food and good company at their annual fall dinner. For the past 60 years, Pine Bluffs St. Paul's Catholic Church has hosted a fall dinner. The Council of Catholic Women will be...

 

Hornets nipped by Wolves, prepare for last regular-season game

The Pine Bluffs High football team lost to Moorcroft 12-6 last Friday at home. Moorcroft opened the scoring in the first quarter. With less than five minutes left, the Wolves' Tate Allison ran the...

 

Cross country runners place first at conference meet

Pine Bluffs/Burns cross country team had another successful meet when it swept first place in both the boys' and girls' races on Friday in Hulett. Matison Mikesell finished first in the high school girls' race with a time of 23:03. Emily Keiter...

 

Lady Broncs top Lusk in straight sets

The Burns High volleyball team beat Lusk in straight sets Saturday at the road. The Lady Broncs won the match 25-11, 25-10, 25-18. They improved to 16-5 on the season and 5-2 in the conference. Burns' Mckenzie Ward had four aces, six kills and 14...

 

Third time serves to be the charm for Lady Hornets vs. Burns

The Pine Bluffs volleyball team did something it hadn't done much of in the last several years – knock off rival Burns. The Lady Hornets survived a five-set thriller last Friday on the road, taking...

 
 By Allie Hurley    News    October 16, 2014

Fifth-penny tax hot topic of discussion at Pine Bluffs town meeting

Discussions about money to improve the community and the county were a big topic at the recent Pine Bluffs town meeting. Buck Holmes, a Laramie County commissioner, brought the council and audience’s attention to the fifth-penny tax at the Oct. 6...

 
 By Allie Hurley    News    October 16, 2014

How the fifth-penny tax has been utilized in Laramie County

The fifth-penny tax will be on the Nov. 4 ballot. Debates continue whether it’s necessary or essential. The tax, also known as the One Percent General Purpose Optional Sales Tax, was approved in 1978. It has continued every four years by voter’s...

 

Pine Bluffs wins tough, five-set match against Lady Warriors for perfect week

The Pine Bluffs High volleyball team survived a five-set battle against Leyton last Thursday at home. The Lady Hornets come out on top, winning the match 25-16,25-15, 20-25, 19-25, 15-13. "We jumped...

 

Cross county team shines during invite

The Pine Bluffs and Burns cross country team ran against nine other schools at the Leroy Sprague Invite in Cheyenne last Friday. During the boys’ varsity 5K event, Jorge Garcia placed 28th in the field of 77 with a time of 18:25. Wyatt Norman...

 

Lady Broncs streak past Saratoga

Burns High posted victory against Saratoga with a three-set volleyball road win last Friday. During the first set, the Lady Broncs won 25-13. The Lady broncs continued their winning ways in the second and third sets, 25-10 and 25-16. “We played...

 

Hornets fall to Upton/Sundance on the road

The Pine Bluffs High football team fell in a road game last Friday at Upton/Sundance, 38-0. The Hornets’ Kyle Jeffres had nine assisted tackles and teammate Dakota Chrystal added eight Scott Gross had four unassisted tackles and a fumble recovery....

 
 By Allie Hurley    News    October 16, 2014

Local meteorologist helps third-graders learn about weather

The third-grade class at Carpenter Elementary School recently received a visit from a local meteorologist. Amber Imel's class is learning about weather, and Samantha Thomas of a nearby TV station...

 
 By Allie Hurley    News    October 9, 2014

Bushnell seeks helping hand

The Bushnell community is asking for contributions to help upgrade road signs. After the last Village Board Meeting in Bushnell, Norma Szobody, the secretary for the Community Center Board,...

 
 By Allie Hurley    News    October 9, 2014

Area listeners receive fun, free therapy

A relationship therapist now provides Laramie County listeners a candid, informative and fun forum to talk about love, relationships and how to maximize their lives with her radio show. "There's...

 
 By Allie Hurley    Sports    October 9, 2014

Lady Broncs split weekend games

Burns High varsity volleyball team split its two matches last week. The Lady Broncs won on the road against Kimball last Thursday in a sweep. The Lady Broncs won the first set, 25-14. The Lady Longhor...

 

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