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New use for oil production byproduct water to make history in Pine Bluffs

Encore Green Environmental plans to hold the first U.S. land application of cleaned produced water in Pine Bluffs, Wyo. on Tuesday, Sept. 29 at 2 p.m., a historic solution for the oil production...

 

Pine Bluffs Distillery launches new whiskey, prepares for rebrand

Pine Bluffs Distilling released a peach whiskey, its first ever fruit infused whiskey, on Saturday, Sept. 19 as its last release before a rebrand launch party planned for Nov. 21. "We've tried a...

 

Hornets take a win against Saratoga, stay undefeated at home

Pine Bluffs varsity football beat Saratoga 34-18 in their second conference game of the season on Friday, Sept. 18. "On offense, we got the run game going in the second half and we were able to keep...

 

Broncs lose to Glenrock, make adjustments for Big Horn

The Broncs lost to Glenrock 38-6 for their second loss of the season on Friday, Sept. 18. "We did some really good things, but at the end of the day we made too many major mistakes to win a varsity fo...

 

Cross country halfway through season, looks forward to Saratoga

Pine Bluffs/Burns Cross Country ran in Sinclair for the Rawlins Invite on Friday, Sept. 18. The varsity boys race had 30 total runners. Colby Stockton finished ninth and Greg Fornstrom 15th. “It has been great to see them work hard, train...

 

Pine Bluffs Volleyball sees second win

Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets won their conference game against Glenrock on the road Friday, Sept. 18 for their second win in a row. “It was a great team win” said Wynema Engstrom, head coach. The Hornets won in four games, 22-25, 25-11, 25-22, and...

 

Survey to determine future traffic laws in Pine Bluffs

Pine Bluffs Police Department has initiated a survey through the State of Wyoming for the University of Wyoming to assess Pine Bluffs traffic volume and speed limits over the next few months, with...

 

Deep well project moves forward, council establishes stance on alleyway

Councilmembers approved a resolution for a deep well project and established a hands-off approach regarding a dispute over the alley shared by the new hotel and neighboring businesses at the town...

 

New cafe in Pine Bluffs delays opening

Sadie's Cafe LLC has cancelled their soft opening planned for Saturday, Sept. 19 due compliance and construction issues that are currently being addressed, said Jeannie Hockersmith, co-founder. "We...

 

Kite festival to wrap up the summer

Pine Bluffs will hold its 4th annual End of The Trail Kite Festival on Saturday, Sept. 26 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Bluffs Recreation Area, with free kites given to the first 100 attendees under 14 years old. Professional kite fliers from the...

 

Burns recovers from shutout, beats Tongue River

The Broncs beat Tongue River 16-7 in their first home game of the season on Friday, Sept. 11. "We will keep trying to find a little more balance in our offense and hopefully continue to get stops and...

 

Hornets see first loss, prepare for Saratoga

Pine Bluffs lost to Lusk 58-35 in their first away conference game of the season on Friday, Sept. 11. "On offense we played well, but we shot ourselves in the foot with some untimely penalties and...

 

Lady Hornets take first win against Lusk

Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets beat Lusk on the road Friday, Sept. 11 for their first win of the season. "It was a must win for us," said Wynema Engstrom. "We have struggled in the past with communication,...

 

Burns volleyball defeats Central JV, sees three game win streak

Burns Lady Broncs beat Cheyenne Central JV at home in 4 sets on Friday, Sept. 11, sealing a three game win streak as they prepare for their first home conference game against Rawlins. “The girls played very competitive overall, we just had a...

 

Poker run held to benefit local fire victims

The Red Knights Motorcycle Club Nebraska Chapter 4, a club composed of fire service members and their families, held its 7th annual poker run on Saturday, Sept. 12th to raise money for local victims...

 

Resignations follow failure of senior citizens nutrition program in Burns

Laramie County Senior Services Advisory Board President Jim Clark, and board member Kari Clark, have resigned after Senior Services Director Erin LeBlanc and Cheyenne Housing Authority Executive...

 

New mural breaks ground downtown

Construction began last week in preparation for a new mural on the back side of the library, completing the background section for Larry Silvey's Pine Bluffs Veterans Memorial and Community Plaza...

 

Fundraising has gone to the dogs

Pine Bluffs Distilling held its second annual corgi derby on Saturday, Sept. 5 as a fundraiser for the Cheyenne Animal Shelter. "We care for about 6000 animals a year," said Sue Castaneda, Cheyenne...

 

Homeschoolers to hold science fair, see increased interest

Staci Merideth, her two children, and other homeschoolers and community members will be holding their second annual science fair in Pine Bluffs in January 2021, with Merideth noting an increased interest across all their activities during COVID-19...

 

Pine Bluffs Hornets take victory over Riverside Rebels

Pine Bluffs beat Riverside 16-6 for their first game of the season on Friday, Sept. 4. "I thought we played well for the first time out," said Will Gray, head coach. "We left several scoring opportuni...

 

Pine Bluffs/Burns cross country hosts first home race

Pine Bluffs/Burns Cross Country hosted its inaugural meet in Burns on Friday, Sept. 4 after almost 16 years. The varsity girls race consisted of 21 runners with Pine Bluffs/Burns running a full team....

 

Lady Hornets Volleyball

Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets Volleyball hosted Lingle and Burns last week, losing to both, but making tremendous improvements, said Wynema Engstrom, head coach. Pine Bluffs played Lingle on Thursday,...

 

Local police officer brings revamped DARE program to Pine Bluffs

Pine Bluffs Police Officer Rodney Kemp completed the new DARE certification course on Aug. 7, which he says focuses more on instilling responsible decision making as students get older. "Our intent...

 

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