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In this day and age people are clamoring for access. They want access to every bit of information about every person they know and know of. Google and Wikipedia and Bing all offer scads of...

 

Lady Broncs notch victories over Kimball, Southeast

The Burns Lady Broncs added two wins to the their season tally. The two victories at home over Kimball and Southeast bring the locals to a 14-8 overall record on the season. In Thursday’s game...

 

Early storm can't stop Lady Hornets

The first winter storm of the season descended on Wyoming late last week causing delay and cancellation of some sports events. The Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets used the unexpected break to rest and get...

 

Thinclads run at Bayard Invite

The Pine Bluffs/Burns cross country team ran at the Mark Matthews Invite in Bayard, Neb., Oct. 3. No team scores were given, but coach Dustin Lee said the teams ran well. The boys field included...

 

Hornets suffer tough homecoming defeat at paws of Tigers

Homecoming at Pine Bluffs was delayed due to the arrival of a winter storm last week. Making up their game against the Lusk Tigers on Monday afternoon, the Hornets found themselves in a seriously...

 

Burns council working on ambulance billing

Burns Town Council once again visited the issue of billing for ambulance services at its regular meeting on Monday, Sept. 9. Currently those making use of the service are not being charged for runs....

 

Asay, Garcia run personal bests at Kimball Invite

Through the weather, the rain and the wind, the boys and girls Pine Bluffs-Burns cross country teams ran their third meet on Friday at Kimball. The girls team took first place in the meet with four...

 

Lady Broncs move to 7-5-1

The Burns Lady Broncs traveled a good distance last week, playing a game in Lingle on Thursday and then heading to Big Horn to compete in a tournament there. They added three wins, three losses and a...

 

Broncs notch 2-0 start

A win on the road over Wright puts the Burns Broncs at a 2-0 start to the 2013 prep football season. The Panthers were held scoreless in the first half of play, while the Broncs’ Taylor Kirkbride...

 

Peetz prevails over Pawnee

The score Friday did not give the picture of the Pawnee Coyotes football team the coach Doug Miller sees. Peetz won the contest 42-26 on Pawnee’s home field. But Miller is pleased with how his...

 

Pawnee downed by Prairie, Peetz

The weekend was a rough one for the players on Pawnee’s volleyball team. The Lady Coyotes lost a tight five-set game against Prairie at home on Thursday before taking the court and losing a...

 

Lady Hornets lose tough match to Lusk

Saturday was a tough day for the Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets. Missing two starters, the team faced off with the Lusk Lady Tigers at Lusk. Though they came home with a loss, the Lady Hornets hung in and...

 

Rebels rally to defeat Hornets

The Pine Bluffs Hornets took an early lead on Riverside Friday but the Rebels rallied to take a 34-16 victory over the visiting Hornets. Riverside scored first with 10:28 showing on the clock. The...

 

Iron Sharpens Iron

A report was released a couple years ago that showed the results of a survey done by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life. The results were a tad disheartening. Asked 32 questions of varying...

 

Lady Hornets split weekend games with Lingle, Saratoga

A win over Lingle and a loss to Saratoga on Thursday and Friday gives the Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets a 3-5 overall record on the season heading into this week’s action. The team is 2-1 in the region....

 

Size makes the difference in Hornets loss

It makes a big difference in the score when the opposing team has more players than yours does. That truth played out Friday night when the Pine Bluffs Hornets traveled to Cheyenne East to play the...

 

Burns/Pine Bluffs thinclads have good day in Gering

The cross country team from Burns/Pine Bluffs traveled to Nebraska Friday for the Gering Invite. The meet was moved up three hours to save the runners from running in the heat of the day. “By the...

 

Pawnee fights hard against state champ Fleming Wildcats

On a night cooler than has been the norm, the Pawnee Coyotes were able to keep a steady pace against two-time state champion Fleming. The Wildcats came into the game wanting to remind the Coyotes of...

 

Pawnees' Lady Coyotes improve to 3-1

The Pawnee Lady Coyotes faced off with Fleming on their home court Friday before heading out on the road to pool play at Sedgwick County. The ladies lost to Fleming in three sets but gained momentum...

 

Burns volleyball, football results

Lady Broncs downed by Southeast The Burns Lady Broncs played Southeast at home Friday evening bringing their season record to 4-2. The Lady Broncs won Friday’s first two sets, 25-20, 25-22. They...

 

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The Burns/Pine Bluffs cross country team has made it through a rebuilding year. Fielding a team that was light from the graduation of six seniors, the 2012 squad competed well finishing third in the...

 

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Second year Pine Bluffs volleyball head coach Christina Nusbaum has 18 years of coaching experience, and is hoping to use that experience and that of her returning players to garner a winning 2013...

 

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The Pawnee Coyote football team concluded the 2102 season with a 7-3 record and placing second in the conference. They lost the first round of the play-offs to Fleming, the eventual state champ....

 

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Pine Bluffs Hornets head coach Will Gray is leading a hungry bunch of players this season — hungry for victory, that is. “We have a bunch of hungry kids who want to be successful,” Gray said....

 

Memories of the Pastime Theatre sought

The Texas Trail Museum is creating a display to preserve some of the history of the Pastime Theatre in Pine Bluffs. The theater was built in 1918 by Frank Rabou of Albin. It was destroyed by fire in...

 

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