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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...

 

Resiliency in Pine Bluffs potato storage

Buildings are usually consistent, in structure that is. Under new management, grand opening, for rent, and foreclosure signs will don their fronts cyclically as a reflection of market downturns, dream...

 

Burns High School welcomes new teachers and staff

Burns High School has hired three new teachers and two new staff members for the 2020-2021 year. Caleb Green is Burns High School's new ag teacher and FFA advisor. Green moved from the Sheridan area...

 

Summer recreation recap

Pine Bluffs Recreation managed to host a variety of activities this summer, albeit with increased safety precautions due to COVID-19. One of the first activities held was a parking lot tailgate party in May where participants could tune into the...

 

New restaurant opening in Pine Bluffs

Sadie's Café LLC expects to have a soft opening Sept. 19 in preparation for a grand opening the first week of October. Jeannie, Jack, and Matt Hockersmith have finished construction on their new...

 

Archery range in bluffs ready for use

The restoration is complete on the several decades old archery range atop the bluffs, making it ready for use, said David Crouse, local archery instructor who undertook the project several weeks ago....

 

Record breaking county fair

Pine Bluffs High School and Burns High School attended this year's Laramie County Fair, held around the beginning of August, which saw the FFA sale bring in nearly $20,000 more than last year and 4H...

 

Family Fun Day in Pine Bluffs

The 2020 Bowman Family Funday was held on Saturday, Aug. 22 in Pine Bluffs with 40 people signed up to attend the annual event. The activities at Bowman Family Funday consisted of an air rifle trailer...

 

Lummis wins and incumbents hold their ground

Former Rep. Cynthia Lummis has won the Republican primary for Wyoming’s U.S. Senate seat vacated by Sen. Mike Enzi’s retirement. Lummis retired from Wyoming’s single U.S. House seat in 2017 and has since become a party favorite for the U.S....

 

Pine Bluffs Distilling releases Hand Sanitizer inspired Vodka and new Bourbon

On Friday, Aug. 14 Pine Bluffs Distilling released a remade vodka inspired by its hand sanitizer recipe along with its first 2-year-old straight bourbon whiskey, said co-owner and founder Chad Brown....

 

Laramie County School District 2 reopens

Schools in Albin, Burns, Carpenter, and Pine Bluffs reopened Monday, Aug. 17 to in person classes after shutting down nearly 5 months ago due to COVID-19. Pine Bluffs High School is currently in tier 1 of a 3-tier system, requiring masks in hallways...

 

Tree removal begins and testing recommended for dying trees

Testing has been recommended after several of the nearly 100-year-old spruce trees bordering the Pine Bluffs Cemetery have started dying; removal of the dead trees began Thursday, Aug. 13. A needle mi...

 

Buzz Bradley Memorial Team Roping

Pine Bluffs Rodeo Grounds hosted the 38th annual Buzz Bradley Memorial Roping event on Saturday, Aug. 15. The event in honor of the late Bradley, a Laramie County roper who was known as much for...

 

Community Garage Sale is a Success

Pine Bluffs hosted its 12th annual community garage sale on Saturday, Aug. 15 with 41 registered sites participating. Community members were out promptly at 8:00am greeting local and visiting...

 

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