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  • Pine Bluffs Very Own Hockey Star

    Reagan Pachel Post Student Reporter|Feb 6, 2020

    Wyatt Vasko, a junior at Pine Bluffs Jr./Sr. High School, is very passionate about hockey. The sport is not offered at the high school, so Vasko has to go to the Cheyenne Ice and Events Center three times a week for practice. He started playing hockey when he was four years old. He loved watching his favorite team, the Colorado Avalanche, with his father. He says he never told his parents that he wanted to play, but one day "They asked me 'If you had the chance, would you want to play hockey?' a...

  • Town Facebook Page

    Reagan Pachel Post Student Reporter|Nov 7, 2019

    An article was published in the newspaper a couple weeks ago concerning a Town Facebook page. They haven’t come to a conclusion on the discussion yet. There are a lot of reasons why the issue hasn’t been determined yet, but the main reason is because there is already a Pine Bluffs Recreation Facebook page set up. This page announces events going on in the town, and isn’t usually used for announcing emergencies or things that the public needs to be aware of quickly. The council is talking about making a separate page for the Town of Pine Bluffs,...

  • School Spirit

    Reagan Pachel Post Student Reporter|Sep 26, 2019

    Monday, September 16 through Friday, September 20 is Homecoming week for Pine Bluffs High School. The games on Friday are against the Southeast Cyclones and the school has been showing nothing but support. This year's Homecoming theme is movies. Monday was named after the 1986 comedy, Ferris Bueller's Day Off. This was a day when students and faculty were allowed to wear their most comfortable pajamas to school. Tuesday was Back to the Future Day, where the school got to dress up from their...

  • Cell Phones

    Reagan Pachel Post Student Reporter|Mar 29, 2018

    Cell phones have quickly become a staple of the twenty-first century, and for good reason. They offer a more convenient way to do just about anything-learning, communicating, entertaining, etc.-however, they aren't all good. Not only are they distracting, but social media sites can also destroy people's self-esteem. One of the worst things cell phones do to people is disrupt their sleep habits. Cell phones give off blue light, which suppresses the release of melatonin in the brain. Melatonin is...

  • National Honor Society

    Reagan Pachel Post Student Reporter|Jan 25, 2018

    The National Honor Society (NHS) is a nationwide organization that honors outstanding high school students. Members of NHS are involved in many activities at school, and around town. In the fall, they do a drive to collect Box Tops for the elementary school; in the spring, they pick up trash around town in celebration of Earth Day; and all school year, they partner with the elementary school in a mentorship program for elementary students who need a good high school role model. According to...

  • Thanksgiving Baskets

    Reagan Pachel Post Student Reporter|Nov 23, 2017

    This Thanksgiving, the Pine Bluffs High School Student Council and Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) are working together to make Thanksgiving baskets for local families in need. Todd Sweeter, the principal of PBHS, had this idea because there are families in our community who may not be as fortunate this Thanksgiving. "This is one way we help the community by providing a good Thanksgiving meal to people who might be down on their luck this holiday season," says Mary Jacobsen, the... Full story

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