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Vasko presented Citizenship Award

The Laramie County Retired Education Personnel organization recognized Laine Vasko, center, with the Eastern Laramie County Citizenship Award at a luncheon at the Raddison Inn in Cheyenne, Wyoming on...

 

A 2016 Review, Part Two

Top News Stories of 2016 *Editor's Note – This is a review of stories that hit the pages of the Pine Bluffs Post during 2016* September Dennis Noack, 74, of Pine Bluffs, was killed when the 2004...

 
 By Staff Report    News    January 12, 2017

New Officers for LCFD5

Monday, January 9, was the the first meeting for the new Laramie County Fire District #5 officers in their new positions. In November, members voted on new officers and the board approved those votes at their meeting in December. New officers for...

 
 By Staff Report    News    January 12, 2017

Pine Bluffs Police Department Blotter

Activities from the Pine Bluffs Police Department were as follows: 2 calls were handled with regards to Disturbances; 3 traffic stops/violations 2 traffic accidents were handled by the Pine Bluffs Police Department....

 
 By Staff Report    News    January 12, 2017

Laramie County Spelling Bee is Jan. 25

The Laramie County Spelling Bee will be held Jan. 25 in the Centennial Room at Laramie County Community College starting at 9 a.m. The top five spellers will advance to the State Spelling Bee in Rock Springs on March 11. The following LCSD2 students...

 

Lots of older conservative folks favor medical marijuana for state

One of the most conservative members of the Wyoming State Senate is Cale Case (R-Lander). He favors approval of a medical marijuana bill and says there is a surprising amount of support for such an ef...

 

USDA seeks applications for grants to fund broadband in unserved rural areas

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Under Secretary Lisa Mensah recently announced that USDA is accepting applications for the Community Connect Grant Program for FY 2017. The grants may be used to provide broadband service in...

 

Enzi announces 2017 nominees for U.S. service academies

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., nominated 20 Wyoming students for the United States service academies for 2017. Today, he announced his choices for the U.S. Air Force Academy, the Merchant Marine Academy, the Military Academy and the Naval Academy....

 

Read graduates and reaches for the stars

Julie Sandberg Read of Pearland, Texas, received her doctorate in aerospace engineering from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, on December 16th. Her research interests were in the area...

 

Looking Back

100 YEARS AGO Jan. 11, 1917 The Pine Bluffs Town Council refused the Beatty addition and the map returned to the county engineer as there were no provisions made for streets running east and west into the original town site. Postmaster T.W. Keenan...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    January 12, 2017

Banner County News

Good morning everyone and happy January to you. Baby it sure has been cold outside! I have not been outside unless I have no other choice. There have been many of those, but at least I am not walking...

 

Albin News

Once upon a time there was a tree. He grew tall and strong in the dry, high and often frozen ground of southeast Wyoming. A feat in itself. The tree shaded a little house and watch a couple of...

 

Hereford News

I hope you all have survived the cold and the snow. The days are getting longer. Spring is on the way! This week at the Hereford Community Church Tami Walden was celebrating her birthday. For the...

 

Fuller inducted into Nebraska Music Hall of Fame

For the last 50 years, Dalton Fuller of Pine Bluffs followed his passion for music all over this country , performing for a variety of people in various gigs. This past Thanksgiving, Fuller was...

 

Hornets sweep the competition in Yoder

The Pine Bluffs Hornets are showing everybody in Wyoming they are the real deal and the unanimous choice for the #1 spot in the 2A Southeast standings. Their 4-0 showing last weekend in Yoder was a...

 

Broncs continue to struggle on the court

The Burns Broncs have a 2-7 record after going 0-4 in Yoder last weekend. Last Friday, the Broncs took on the Big Horn Rams in the morning. The Rams led 11-10 in the first quarter and pulled away in t...

 

Lady Broncs keep fighting for wins

The Burns Lady Broncs stand at 2-8 on the season after a tough weekend that saw the squad go 1-3 in Yoder. After taking off for the Christmas break, the Lady Broncs opened the new year fighting and...

 

Grapplers compete in Douglas

The Burns/Pine Bluffs wrestling team competed in the Shane Shatto Memorial tournament in Douglas on Friday and Saturday. “It was a great weekend for the boys,” said wrestling coach Dan Clayson. “We had four seniors, Isaac Ronning -120, Kestrel...

 

Online farmers' market thrives with local businesses

With a revamped website since March, it seems that the online farmers market that serves southeastern Wyoming is a win-win situation for both the consumer and the producer. With videos of brightly col...

 

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