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 By Dawnna Merryfield    News    May 20, 2021

New Wall dedication brings deep Patriotism

"Oh say can you see by the dawns early light. Over hill, over dale we have hit the dusty trail and the army goes rolling along, From the halls of montezuma to the shores of Tripoli, Anchors aweigh my...

 
 By Dawnna Merryfield    News    May 13, 2021

Current Town Council holds heavy last meeting

Many important money subjects were talked about first thing Monday evening for the May Town council meeting in Pine Bluffs. The town first discussed the amendments to the third reading for ordinance...

 
 By Dawnna Merryfield    News    May 6, 2021

Pool work begins

Pine Bluffs recreation team has announced that construction is officially underway on the town's public swimming pool. Construction workers have officially started the resurfacing process. "So far eve...

 
 By Dawnna Merryfield    News    May 6, 2021

Drug Take Back Day a Success

Disposing of medication can be a questionable thing, Flushing down the toilet use to be the thing to do. However, today, law enforcement and hospitals are teaming up to relieve people of unwanted...

 

Pine Bluffs holds Annual Spring Clean Up Day

The Town of Pine Bluffs are holding their annual spring cleanup week - town wide. All items were asked to be placed on the curb or in alleys by request before or on Monday April 26, 2021. Items...

 

An Interview with candidates

Allie Leitza, another life long Pine Bluffs resident, has entered herself into the council member election. Leitza is a third generation resident and graduated from Pine Bluffs high school. She was...

 

An Interview with candidates

An original Wyomingite born and raised in Wheatland, Joshua McGurn has lived in Laramie County and Platte County for many generations. He served in the U. S. Army for almost seven years as a diesel...

 

Pine Bluffs Kindergarten celebrate with "crazy hair"

Pine Bluffs Elementary Kindergarten recently participated and celebrated National Kindergarten Day! The theme for the day was to dress up with crazy hair. They also participated in an activity called...

 

Interview with mayoral candidates

Councilmember Donn Randall has entered his name in the mayoral campaign. In several instances he's proven great dedication to Pine Bluffs. He also attends the monthly Pine Bluffs Senior center...

 

Interview with mayoral candidates

As a lifelong resident Justin Fornstrom is hoping to take on the responsibility of preserving the town he proudly calls home. Fornstrom grew up in Pine Bluffs and graduated from Pine Bluffs High...

 

Interviews with a mayoral candidate Don Herman

Living in Pine Bluffs for most of his life Donald Herman has made the decision to try his hand at the mayoral position. There are a couple of things that Herman really has his focus on for the town. H...

 

Refugio Cerenil competes back to back competitions

Local Pine Bluffs resident and powerlifter Refugio Cerenil recently competed in back to back meets these last two weekends. His first powerlifting meet was the 2021 Wyoming open powerlifting competiti...

 

Interviews with a candidate

Ken Haas Ken Haas and wife Pam are long-time residents of the Pine Bluffs area. Haas has recently announced his plans and goals to run for one of two council member positions.  Haas, his wife and fam...

 

Fornstrom brothers go different directions for their future

Greg Fornstrom, 18, oldest son of Jackie and Russell Fornstrom, recently signed his commitment to attend the University of Wyoming.  G. Fornstrom's plan is to major in political science and minor in...

 

Town Council plans for Spring Clean UP and trees

At the April meeting for Pine Bluffs Town Hall there was quite a bit of hustle and bustle. To kick off the meeting guests with the Kimball health services attended and had a very detailed presentation for the council to review in regards to the new...

 

Horses on the run!

The morning of Wednesday, March 31 2021, around 0800 the Pine Bluffs Police Department responded to a report of horses running loose near the rodeo fairgrounds. Upon further investigation the police...

 

LCCC enriches with Art

Laramie County Community College holds Life enrichment classes at the Old Pine Bluffs High School. Some of the instructors are local residents. Many different types of classes are offered there. One...

 

Carpenter family holds Petting Zoo for Easter

Preston Anderson and his mom, Tammy Anderson decided to add a little fun to everyone's Easter weekend. They decided to open their humble family ranch to the public and hosted their very own Easter...

 

Candidates announced for Town of Pine Bluffs

The Town of Pine Bluffs recently announced all of their candidates for the mayoral and council person election. The deadline to register as a candidate was March 30, 2021. Seats open are mayor, and two council persons, both are four year terms. The...

 

Cobblestone holds Grand Opening

Although Cobblestone Hotel opened their doors on March 12, 2021 the hotel was forced to put all of their activities on hold due to the snow storm and events that followed. The Cobblestone Hotel was...

 

Rainbows and flowers at Sadie's

Ashley Hottell guided another class of students through an elaborate painting activity. For Sadie's Cafe's monthly paint and sip activity Hottell decided a rainbow and flower painting would be the...

 

Burns FCCLA students attend State Convention

For this year's annual Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) state competition things were a little different but they still managed to have an in-person fun filled event. Usually...

 

Cactus blooms at Pine Bluffs Distilling

Pine Bluffs Distilling had quite the colorful and eventful night. The paint party had three birthday parties hosted! The theme for the painting activity was cacti in bloom. Autumn Marshall instructed...

 

State of Emergency declared for Wyoming

Early Wednesday morning Governor Mark Gordon authorized the emergency declaration for the state of Wyoming after winter storm Xylia dropped 30 plus inches of snow across  Southeast Wyoming.  Later that day County commissioners met to discuss and...

 

Winter Storm wreaks havoc

As of Monday, March 15th over 2,600 High West Energy customers were left without power due to recent winter weather complications. Over 14 lineman and 10 trucks were sent out to assist with getting...

 

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