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November special days
Everyone is aware that November 11th is Veterans Day (or in Canada, Remembrance Day and Europe, Armistice Day) or that the 4th Thursday of November is Thanksgiving; but what about some of the other days to celebrate in November. Like November 1st thr... Full story
A Scary Time in Pine Bluffs
Spooks, goblins, fairies and special characters will soon be circling the town of Pine Bluffs and surrounding areas! Halloween is a favorite time of year for not only children; but a number of local a... Full story
Sunday Hours for Texas Trail Market
In a couple weeks if you are missing an ingredient for your Sunday dinner, you will be able to pick it up at the Texas Trail Market. New Sunday hours will be Noon to 6:00 p.m will begin on November... Full story
Outside of Carpenter sits a large number of buildings that is the home of Burnett Enterprises, a dairy, farm and feedlot. It has come a long way from the bare ground in 1998 to the present day. Jeff... Full story
Liberty Park main item on Burns' Town Council agenda.
Plans for Liberty Park were on the Agenda at the Oct. 9 Burns' town council meeting. Harvey Humphrey was present to discuss the plans. The plan is to start advertising in October for three weeks and have the bid opening on November 30. The projected... Full story
Annual Touch a Truck and Tractor
On October 14 the parking lot of the Community Center was full of "climbing gear" for youngster and adults alike. The annual "Touch-A-Truck" was alive with people that braved the wind and colder... Full story
Saluting Women in Business Cali Warden
Being an owner/operator of a full service salon is a reality for Cali Warden. Although it was not a revelation at a young age, Warden was the one that did everyone's hair and makeup for Homecoming and... Full story
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...
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Third reading for Ordinance 2017-05
The third reading of Ordinance 2017-05 was the main topic of Monday's council meeting. The third reading was approved; as well as the amendment to the second reading. Amendments included the height...