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A new cemetery kiosk in the plans

Monday night the Town of Pine Bluffs announced that starting March 10th applications will be available for those who want to run for mayor and council members. Voting for the office of mayor and council members will take place in May of this year....

 

Pine Bluffs Public Library hosts new story time activity

The Pine Bluffs Public Library in an effort to enrich the community and youth through books. They try to host an event every month to bring the community out and doing more things but to still...

 

Pine Bluffs High School FBLA returns from State with honors

Mid-level Future Business Leaders of America (MLFBLA) of Pine Bluffs High School recently went to State in Douglas and came home with a large amount of awards. Alex Daugherty placed first in digital...

 

Burns/Pine Bluffs Indoor Track Team Successful First Year

For many years, Burns and Pine Bluffs high school students have been traveling to Cheyenne to join either Cheyenne Central high School or Cheyenne East high School to compete in indoor track. However...

 

Fire stirred by wind takes CRP land

Laramie County Fire District No. 3 of Albin responded to a grass fire on Sunday afternoon southwest of Albin. The fire was on County road 157 and 223. There was no damage to surrounding structures...

 

Rest and relaxation with Yoga and Cocktails

After about a year Pine Bluffs Distilling was finally able to host their yoga and cocktails event. Little Lotus yoga instructor Teresa Hanson hosted the event in the back room of the distillery. She...

 

High West Energy giving back to the communities

High West Energy has been serving our local community for many years now and every year they try to find new ways to donate and give back to the community. The goal is to help support the future generations. In 2020 alone they donated over $15,000...

 

Fire razes garage

"On Friday February 19, at approximately 3:49 p.m. we were dispatched along with our automatic mutual aid partners from Laramie County Fire District No. 1 and No. 3 to the 300 block of Walnut Avenue...

 

"Jake breaking" a noise concern

There was plenty for the Town of Pine Bluffs Council Members to discuss at the February 8th meeting. As many may know there were some technical difficulties so Facebook live was temporarily unavailable. At this meeting the first reading for...

 

Grace Steenbergen receives Senate Scholarship

Grace Steenbergen of Burns High School was recently selected as one of two astounding Wyoming students to be a delegate for the 2021 United States Senate youth program (USSYP) and was also awarded...

 

Traveling Trophy comes to Pine Bluffs for first time

Pine Bluffs Distilling recently announced their success in raising money for The Bar Bucks program in Laramie County For the 2020 Bar Bucks season, Pine Bluffs Distilling raised $4,760, with the help...

 

Rasha Riad, FNP-C receives her Emergency Nurse Practioner Certification

Certified Family Nurse Practitioner FNP-C Rasha Riad recently received flowers from Kimball Health Services congratulating her for her recent hard work! Riad recently completed and received her...

 

Stolen vehicle in Pine Bluffs gives way to warning for residents

The Knotty Pine Saloon was the scene of a crime. On Saturday February 13 around 7 p.m. a running vehicle was stolen from the Knotty Pine Saloon. The owner of the vehicle had left it running while they were inside the bar. When the customer prepared t...

 

Burns Day 2021 a reality

The Burns town council recently held their February meeting on the 8th.  Kayla Madler attended to express interest in renting the room next to her pre-existing room that she rents. Her request is to rent both rooms for $400 a month however, council...

 

LCSD 2 holds spelling bee contest for district

Burns and Pine Bluffs Elementary and Jr High recently competed in the Laramie County School District 2 spelling bee. Only grades 5th through 8th grades are allowed to participate. Due to COVID-19,...

 

COVID-19 Challenging times at the high school levels

Covid-19 has affected so many lives in so many different ways. Most people are growing tired of covid and luckily our numbers aren't growing very much anymore. But that doesn't stop the new covid-19...

 

Auxiliary Unit 60 assists in feeding homeless in Laramie County

Pine Bluffs Donald Eisenhauer American Legion Auxiliary Unit 60 recently provided a hot meal with all the trimmings at the Cheyenne Discipleship Center, which services and gives support to many of...

 

Valentine's Day... more than just a day of love

When most people think about Valentine's day the thought of fancy dinners and romantic getaways or flowers are just a few of the things that come to mind. However not many people know the theories behind the romantic holiday. One theory is not quite...

 

COVID-19 Changing habits .......Changing many lives

COVID-19, what happened? Our entire lives have been flipped upside down and shaken a couple times. Everyone has been affected in one way or another. Whether you're a truck driver, farmer, food service...

 

Burns High School Lincoln Seibert commits to Northwestern College

Burns High School senior - Lincoln Siebert takes a step for his future and signs his letter of intent for college after graduation. Siebert after some serious consideration decided to go to...

 

Singing Valentines bring back sweet songs of love

Valentines Day is just a short time away and it is a day designated for love and sweet sentiment. Many people will order flowers, give candy and take their special someone to dinner. To carry this lov...

 

Local Powerlifter takes first place at Colorado Meet

Local powerlifter Refugio Cerenil recently competed in the World Raw Powerlifting Competition in Windsor, Colorado. Cerenil took home the first place prize for bench in his weight and age class. He...

 

Pine Bluffs receives new ambulance through CARES

The Town of Pine Bluffs has officially received their much needed new ambulance! The funding for the new ambulance came from the cares Act which was a part of the covid-19 relief package. Kim...

 

Proposed Bill HB0037 ...road usage charges

The State of Wyoming was recently presented with a bill, HB0037, which is in regards to the road usage charges. "The road usage charge would be applied to all Wyoming registered vehicles when traveling on Wyoming highways." All the fees are arranged...

 

Burns High School has district Teacher of the Year

Anna Eklund, Burns High School math teacher was recently selected as Laramie County School District No. 2 "Teacher of the Year". Every year faculty can nominate a teacher, who in their opinion,...

 

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