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Suicide Recovery: One man's story

There is a certain sadness in the eyes of "Bill" (not his real name) when he talks about the darkest time of his life. No one knew this handsome overachiever was lugging around a burden that became to... Full story

 

Hornets hammer Eagles, 51-6

The Pine Bluffs' football team came away from Friday's home game against Tongue River with a near-perfect 51-6 beating on the visitors. The Hornets scored in nearly every way possible while putting... Full story

 

Moorcraft shuts down Broncs, 28-0

The Burns football team was on the wrong end of a 28-0 score when they matched up against Moorcroft. After a scoreless first quarter, Moorcroft broke open the scoring with six yard touchdown and... Full story

 

No great financial change by interstate construction

What's that saying? The more things change, the more they stay the same? This could easily be said about the economic impact, or lack thereof, from the I-80 construction through Pine Bluffs. With the...

 

A family welded together

Tiffany Gustamantes is a woman who knows what she wants in her life. She is also a woman who will do what is necessary, no matter what it takes, to get what she is after. Just ask her husband, Jake....

 

Hornets topple Rams in OT

A great team figures out how to win when it is in trouble. Such was the case for the Pine Bluffs Hornets Friday night. Down 14-0, the defending 1A state champions not only had a hill to climb, but...

 

Mark Neeley: Taking life head on

People know when Mark Neeley is in the room. It's not due to his unique walk or the sliding sound his walker makes. Rather, Neeley, a new resident to Pine Bluffs carries a smile, and outgoing...

 

Hornets defeat Broncs 31-0

The Pine Bluffs Hornets put a big time sting into visiting rival Pine Bluffs Broncos Friday night, 31-0. After a scoreless first quarter, the Hornets hit paydirt in the second quarter when Isaiah...

 
 By Scott Schulte    News    August 24, 2017

Eclipse watching in Pine Bluffs

Some street lights turned automatically on, birds chirped in confusion and radio stations played songs like Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon." This was part of the fun late Monday morning as the...

 

Mini (me) triathlon brings families together

There is nothing quite like spending a day swimming, biking and running with one's cousins. It often is those cousins, after all, who become a youngster's first close friends. This may be one of the...

 

"Girls on the Run" reaches area

As part of the back to school activities at Burns Elementary School last week, members of the Girls on the Run (GOTR) program came to town as part of its expansion. With it being in most parts of the...

 

Family Fun Day in Pine Bluffs

Family Fun Day 2017 was a great success with more than 150 participants from the area. People of all ages enjoyed the day of activiites and education regarding their favorite weapon. From hand guns...

 
 By Scott Schulte    News    August 17, 2017

Pine Bluffs residents concerned but not afraid of North Korea

Natalie Montgomery, 18, of Pine Bluffs could hardly contain her excitement and pride when talking about the next chapter of her life. While many of her high school friends are heading to college,...

 
 By Scott Schulte    News    August 17, 2017

Eclipse weekend advice: Stay home and be prepared

Have plans for this weekend? Jeff Bartels, Burns EMS Supervisor has a great idea for people in our area. "Stay home," Bartels said during the Burns City Council meeting. "Try not to plan on going...

 

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