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 By Darrel Miller    News    August 6, 2015

Steel Pan Band returns to Pine Bluffs for third performance

The Steel Pan Band from Trinidad and Tobago recently entertained residents of Pine Bluffs at the Pine Bluffs Baptist Church, where Pastor Dan DeBruyn hosted them for a third time. The band played a few hymns, a Disney song and a pirate themed medley...

 By Darrel Miller    News    August 6, 2015

Squash Blossoms perform during Trail Days

They sing for family, friends and fun. They're the Squash Blossoms, an all-girl Wyoming musical group comprised of Kaci Malmburg, McKenzi Digby, Kim Kuhn and Georgeann Wearin. The band has been togeth...

 By Darrel Miller    News    July 30, 2015

The Room for the community, by the community

In the town of Burns you will find the "Room". A place to donate your unwanted items, pick up items, or volunteer your time - at no cost or commitment to you. The "Room" is the brainchild of Sophia...

 By Darrel Miller    News    July 30, 2015

SWWRAP provides services for homeless Vets

Chad Werner of the South Western Wyoming Recovery Access Program, or S.W.W.R.A.P. for short,” spent the morning talking to local businesses. “Our services have expanded, and we just want to get out and let people know about us.” Werner said....

 By Darrel Miller    News    July 30, 2015

Council to consider proposals for new daycare operator

“We have an alternative,” Wendy Rhoade, a daycare worker, declared at the special meeting of the Pine Bluffs Town Council. The meeting convened to consider taking proposals for another entity to operate the daycare. There were well over a dozen...

 By Darrel Miller    News    July 23, 2015

Operation Back to School planned for Aug. 11

The Pine Bluffs Town Council met for their regular meeting and moved right to visitor comments. Sharon Fain spoke. “This year Operation Back to School of Laramie County School District 1 wants to share supplies for students with Laramie County...

 By Darrel Miller    News    July 16, 2015

Albin Council discusses road bid

Mayor Kelly Krakow called the Albin Town council to order and the floor was opened to discuss the Larson road bids. Knife River's Dan Hawk presented the bid amount. The Council felt the amount was too high for the budget. Mayor Krakow asked Hawk,...

 By Darrel Miller    News    July 16, 2015

Atlanta Drum Corps

At 3:30 am on the morning of July 9, four buses rolled quietly into town carrying 150 young musicians traveling together with the Spirit of Atlanta Drum Corps. In Pine Bluffs they found a place to...

 By Darrel Miller    News    July 16, 2015

Burns considers glass recycling

Mayor Ralph Bartels opened the Burns town council meeting then inquired about any public comments. Sonia Rey, representing a recycling firm in Cheyenne, presented the town of Burns with an opportunity to recycle glass. “There would be no cost to...

 By Darrel Miller    News    July 9, 2015

Zoning for Wyoming Malted moves forward

After calling the meeting to order the Pine Bluffs Town Council moved to the business of the intended use of property by Chad Brown and Gene Purdy for their company Wyoming Malted. The Council needed to determine if this use was in accordance with...

 By Darrel Miller    Sports    July 9, 2015

Bocox's skating scores scholarship

Brianna Bocox of Burns has been skating since she was eight. In her second year of inline skating she took fourth place in the Nationals in Nebraska. Now, a decade later, she has won a spot on...


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