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 By Zach Spadt    Sports    January 3, 2019

Burns-Pine Bluffs grapplers sixth at Bison Bonanza

Burns-Pine Bluffs wrestlers continued their 2018 - 2019 season on the mat when they traveled to South High School in Cheyenne for the Bison Bonanza. The team finished sixth out of eight teams at the...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    December 20, 2018

OSHA: 'Serious' violations in June dairy farm death

A dairy farm near Carpenter is facing approximately $25,000 in penalties following the death of a worker last June. The federal Occupational Health and Safety Administration currently lists four serious violations totaling $25,275 for Burnett Enterpr...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    December 20, 2018

Town lights up for Christmas

Pine Bluffs Recreation recently announced the winners of the 2018 Christmas Lighting Contest. Winners are asked to stop by the Pine Bluffs Town Hall to collect a $10 gift card to Texas Trail Market....

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    December 20, 2018

Hornets slay Dragons

Playing in their first home game of the season, Pine Bluffs put up 19 points before the visiting Holyoke, Colo. Dragons managed to put up their first 2 Saturday afternoon. By the start of the second...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    December 20, 2018

Lady Hornets improve to 5-1

It was nothing short of a nail-biter when the Lady Hornets hosted their first basketball game of the year Saturday, Dec. 15. Playing the Holyoke, Colo. Lady Dragons, Pine Bluffs didn't taste its first...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    December 13, 2018

Texas Trail Market celebrates another year with dinner, annual board meeting

Monday night, members and leadership of Pine Bluff’s grocery store, Texas Trail Market gathered for a dinner and state of the store address of sorts. According to an audit carried out by Grand Island, Nebraska-based Lutz and Company PC, the...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    December 13, 2018

Pine Bluffs Police officer receives Distinguished Service Award

A Pine Bluffs Police officer was recognized last week for her efforts in thwarting a kidnapping that took place in Pine Bluffs. On Oct. 4, police received a report that 2-year-old girl was being held...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    December 13, 2018

Hornets begin season 4-0

BURNS - If the Pine Bluffs Hornets are looking for a repeat of last year's magical state championship run, they got off on the right foot last week. Tucker Norman and Michael Shane led the team to...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    December 13, 2018

Lady Hornets off to 3-1 start

BURNS - Despite getting off to a slow start at the Burns Winter Classic basketball tournament, the Lady Hornets ended their first weekend of play on the right foot dominating Moorcroft 82-46,...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    December 13, 2018

Burns-Pine Bluffs wrestlers compete at Charlie Lake Invite tourney

ayson finished second in the 170 lb varsity weight class at the Charlie Lake Invite wrestling tournament held Friday and Saturday of last week. He was defeated in the final match by Eaton, S.D.'s Ty...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    December 6, 2018

Pine Bluffs Town Council seeking grants for pool, golf course

Pine Bluffs Town Council members on Tuesday approved applying for roughly $1 million in grants for recreation improvement projects. Specifically and in order of priority, the town will ask for $250,000 to pay to resurface the community swimming pool...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    December 6, 2018

Burns students solve world's problems

nts were recognized last weekend for their work planning space exploration. And they did it in the most unlikely of ways - LEGO Robots. FIRST LEGO League challenges students in the fourth through...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    December 6, 2018

Winter sports begin Thursday

Prep sports are finally coming back to the area. Starting Thursday, schools from around the state will descend on Burns for the Winter Classic basketball tournament. Local play starts at 6 p.m. when...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    November 29, 2018

Former Pine Bluffs residents recall escaping deadly California wildfire

November 8 started out just like any other for former Pine Bluffs residents Rick and Shelle Scott. By the time it ended, they had both made harrowing escapes from the most destructive wildfire in...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    November 29, 2018

Macys honored for family farm, community service

Ken and Angie Macy, Pine Bluffs area farmers, were recently chosen as the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union’s 2018 Farm Family of the Year. The award goes to a Farmers Union Family that is exceptionally dedicated to agriculture, involved in the communit...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    November 22, 2018

PBHS students compete in Taco John's culinary competition

Pine Bluffs High School students Kaetlin Paice and Lucy Syvanen prepare their meal for judges at the Taco John's corporate headquarters in Cheyenne. The two students were chosen as finalists for the...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    November 22, 2018

Coaching Boys Into Men

Athletic coaches are among the most influential people high school students will encounter during their most formative years. That's a pillar of Coaching Boys Into Men, a program designed to teach...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    November 22, 2018

Burns grad recognized for play at Chadron State

A 2014 Burns High School graduate has made a name for himself continuing his football career at Chadron State College in Nebraska. Now a senior at CSC, former Burns High School football standout...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    November 15, 2018

Missoula Children's Theatre is here

Laramie County School District 2's youngest thespians will take center stage this week when they perform in "The Snow Queen." Missoula Children's Theatre sends trained actors around the world to work...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    November 15, 2018

PBHS to compete in Taco John's culinary competition

Students from Pine Bluffs will have the opportunity to compete to have their recipe put on the Taco John’s menu. Six Wyoming High School teams were chosen to compete in the 11th Annual Taco John’s Culinary Competition in Cheyenne on Thursday,...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    November 15, 2018

Learning the outdoors

On Saturday morning, young hunters and volunteers hopped in the car and headed up to an area near LaGrange to try their hand at pheasant hunting. When they arrived, they were treated to breakfast...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    November 15, 2018

Getting ready for opening night

Students from Laramie County School District 2 schools will perform the play for the public at Pine Bluffs High School Friday, Nov. 16 at 5:30 p.m. and on Saturday at 3 p.m....

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    November 8, 2018

Gordon wins governor's race

Mark Gordon was easily elected Wyoming's next governor Tuesday night. As of 10 p.m. Thursday, Gordon had received 48,307 votes to Democratic opponent Mary Throne's 15,674. Several Wyoming counties...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    November 8, 2018

Malm to join commission

Gunnar Malm will join incumbents Linda Heath and Troy Thompson on the Laramie County Commission next year. Although the race was too close to call between Heath and Malm (Less than one-hundreth of a percentage point separated them Tuesday night.), be...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    November 8, 2018

Lady Hornets take second at state tourney

The Lady Hornets came one match away from hoisting the 2A Wyoming State Volleyball Championship trophy over the weekend - but they were bested by a familiar foe. Pine Bluffs traveled to the Wyoming st...

 

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