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Keeping students safe

Students in our reading area have the first week or so of school under their belt and are getting settled in their classrooms and working on the task at hand. It’s an innocent and necessary pursuit... Full story

 

Lady Coyotes off to a winning start

Facing Merino and Briggsdale in the opening contests of the 2013 volleyball season, the Pawnee Lady Coyotes set the standard for the next few months. On Thursday, the Ladies from Pawnee defeated...

 

Cross country team does well on Casper Mountain

On a very hot and dry day on Casper Mountain the girls and boys varsity teams from the combined Burns/Pine Bluffs squad ran their first cross country race of the year. “In a field of runners made...

 

Pawnee Coyotes open with loss to Briggsdale Falcons

A 20-46 loss is in the books for Pawnee’s Coyotes after the Briggsdale Falcons proved unhospitable hosts Friday night. “We had six turnovers which makes it pretty hard to get any momentum...

 

Iron Sharpens Iron

The week is very young as I type this, but it has been fraught with pain and anguish for my family and me. I am experiencing the difficulty of living a thousand miles from“home” and it really...

 

Celebrating Bushnell

The village of Bushnell was the place to be Saturday as residents and visitors celebrated Bushnell day with a parade, vendors, food, fun, music from the Green Valley Homesteaders and the installation...

 

Burns keeping 4-way stop

Burns town council again debated the need for a four-way stop at the intersection of 4th and Main streets during Monday night’s regular meeting. Councilman Harvey Humphrey brought the issue up... Full story

 

Changing our horizon

Monday brought a big change at the Conoco station in Pine Bluffs when the store and gas station became Pine Bluffs Exxon. Signs at the front of the store were being switched out on...

 

'Burn out' or 'Do you deserve a break today?'

McDonald’s didn’t start it, but its campaign propelled it to the forefront of people’s thoughts — “You deserve a break today!” Really? Do we really deserve a break? A break from what...

 

Chill in the air can't stop the Trail Days Teen Rodeo

Over 100 contestants ages 4 through 18 competed in the Trail Days Rodeo on Saturday. Despite the chilly weather, organizers called it a fantastic turnout. The youngest cowboys and cowgirls did some sh...

 

=G Rodeo series wraps up summer action

The =G Rodeo concluded another season at the Pine Bluffs Rodeo arena Friday night. Several season buckle winners also won their events Friday. Steer rider Chase Stricklin was one such rider. He won...

 

The familiar comfort of life and God

There’s a lot to be said for familiarity and comfort. And for the things that cause fear and chaos. We all have a pair of jeans that are so full of holes you really shouldn’t wear them out of the...

 

Taking a lesson from password protection

I have so many Internet accounts! And each has a different password. That’s for safety, you know. At least that’s what they tell us from the “offices” of Internet-land. The problem for me, and...

 
 By Cynthia Shroyer    News    August 1, 2013

Trail Days royal tradition runs deep

2013 marks the 63rd annual celebration of Pine Bluffs Trail Days. Presiding over the festivities this year is queen Summer Bowman. Until the 1970s, a new queen and attendant were chosen each year. In...

 
 By Cynthia Shroyer    News    August 1, 2013

Pine Bluffs melodrama players ready to entertain

Once again the thespians of Pine Bluffs will be staging an old-fashioned melodrama for Trail Days, complete with olio acts and audience participation. A cast of five will take the stage for “Unhand... Full story

 
 By Cynthia Shroyer    News    August 1, 2013

There's plenty more to do at Trail Days!

Cynthia Shroyer & Archives/Pine Bluffs Post There is no shortage of activity planned for the 63rd Pine Bluffs Trail Days celebration. The Texas Trail Museum will be open and featuring a new Pastime...

 
 By Cynthia Shroyer    News    July 25, 2013

Your seat is reserved!

When you’re all done with the festivities at Cheyenne Frontier Days don’t forget your seat is reserved at Pine Bluffs Trail Days. The kickoff is Wednesday, Aug. 1 and the fun continues through...

 

Some days are like that ... Bulls toss riders at the =G Rodeo

The riders of steer and bulls added no points to their tallies Friday night at the =G Rodeo at the Pine Bluffs rodeo arena. Chase Stricklin is the current leader in steer riding with 12 points. He is...

 

Another one bites the dust

It’s my birthday. When I was a kid I dedicated an hour or so every day the week before my birthday waiting for the mailman to show up with cards. Funny how he always knew when it was my birthday....

 

Budy bests the bulls at soggy =G Rodeo

Rain poured on the Pine Bluffs Rodeo arena Friday night but the =G Rodeo series went on with just a bit of a delay in the breakaway roping. Chase Stricklin was the first rider in the ring after the... Full story

 

Iron Sharpens Iron

A friend shared this saying with me. It was brought to her by way of her elementary school-aged daughter. It sounded vaguely familiar, but right off the bat I couldn’t figure out why. Here it is:...

 

Fourth of July lights

Pine Bluffs celebrated the 4th of July with an annual fireworks display put on the by the members of Laramie County Fire District No. 5. The display was set off at the baseball field and could be...

 
 By Cynthia Shroyer    News    July 11, 2013

Burns council talks day care, dollar store

Burns Town Council members were faced with four lease options for space in the Burns-Plex at Monday night’s meeting. STRIDE and CB Saddlery were both approved for one year leases at $300 per month.... Full story

 
 By Cynthia Shroyer    News    July 11, 2013

Enzi makes the rounds, addresses constituent concerns

Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi made the rounds in the state last week, conducting listening sessions in seven locales including Pine Bluffs. The purpose was “Collecting Common Sense from Wyoming to...

 

People get ready - it's way past time

Everyday when I go to work I have to get ready; prepared to meet the day’s challenges. I have to shower, dress, eat breakfast, grab my food for the day, make sure I bring everything I need to the...

 

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