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Articles from the January 16, 2014 edition

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Laramie County wheat growers look to the future

The Wyoming Wheat Growers Association (WWGA) held its annual meeting in Albin Jan. 7. Topics of the meeting included ideas on improving production, as well as optional crop rotations. Among the 38... Full story


Signs say 'Move on'; good things to come

Have you heard the story about the Baptist minister, Catholic priest and Lutheran pastor who go fishing together? I had better prefix this by saying I am a Lutheran. Thereby casting away any notion... Full story


Obituary: Ruth I. Keslar

Ruth I. Keslar, 84, of Cheyenne, died Friday, Jan. 10, 2014 at Davis Hospice Center. She was born July 16, 1929 in Whiteside County, Ill., daughter of Clarence and Edna (Summers) Maberry. Ruth... Full story


Student News: two students make President's List

Colton Wright of Albin and Priscilla Bastian of Burns made the Presidenat's list at Chardon State College in Chardon, Neb. The Pine Bluffs Post would like to congratulate and knowledge the students'... Full story


Birth Announcement: Elijah Michael Thompson

Alison and Casey Thompson of Pine Bluffs announce the birth of their son, Elijah Michael Thompson. Elijah (Eli) was born Dec. 16, 2013 in Fort Collins, Colo. He weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces and was 20... Full story


Athlete of the week: Malli Oneal

Burns High seventh grader Malli O'Neal strolls up to the table a bit winded. "I am sorry I am not dressed better," she says smiling. "We are being tested in health to see how many exercises we can...


Welcome the joy: Pine Bluffs residents introduce newcomers with baskets

Joy can come in something as simple as a warm cinnamon roll, or an information pamphlet. Two Pine Bluffs residents have taken it upon themselves to deliver this joy in those small packages. Community...


Hornets suffer two losses

The Pine Bluffs boys varsity basketball team suffered two hard losses during the weekend against Lusk and Kimball. The Hornets first faced off against Kimball Friday night, losing 61-37, then met...


Winning weekend for Burns

Coach Sean Patterson was not quiet with his pride of the Burns Broncs. "We had a great weekend," Patterson said. "On Friday night we played some of our best basketball of the season. The first two...


Pawnee Coyotes wins one, loses one

The Pawnee Coyotes faced off against Fleming and Otis Friday and Saturday, earning a win and a loss. The Coyotes first played Fleming on Friday, winning 57-46. Coach Tim Brunelle said the team played...


Lady Broncs split weekend

In a scrappy game against the determined Saratoga Lady Panthers, Burns threw the last punch and won 70-51 Friday night in Burns. Through all the nudging and pushing, Burns traveled down the court and...


Lady Hornets show sting

Home court advantage for the Lady Hornets Friday night didn't nudge Pine Bluffs over Kimball. "We did not play lady hornet defense that night," Coach Lindsey Forbes said. "We sent Kimball to the line...


Mats don't lead to medals

Burns Pine Bluffs wrestling team participated in the Shane Shatto Memorial Wrestling Tournament in Douglas Friday and Saturday but came home empty handed. "We did not have our best finish this... Full story


Defense isn't enough for a win

The Lady Coyotes hosted their first home game of the new year Friday evening and hoped for a win. However, the Fleming Lady Wildcats gave them a tough dog-and-cat battle. Seniors Afton Zitek and...

 By Zachary Laux    News    January 16, 2014

Influx of marijuana in Wyoming?

For Pine Bluffs Police Chief Don Taylor, the presence of drugs in the town is not any worse, or any better, than similar towns in Wyoming and the United States. But the presence is there. "We make...


Community center project moving forward

Architects will visit Albin 8 a.m. Tuesday to gather information for work on a project to add on to the community center. Albin Mayor Kelly Krakow made the announcement Thursday night at the regular...


Albin community news

The weather, for January, isn't really that bad. Sure, it's cold. And the driveway drifts shut every afternoon. But those warm mild days are really nice and make the in-between days brr-able, I mean... Full story

 By Barb Cross    News    January 16, 2014

Banner community news

Good mooring Banner County! Is there anyone out there that is confused as to what month this is? One day it is January for sure and the next day it may feel like March or April. April is my month of... Full story


Herford community news

For the special this week at the Hereford Community Church, Steve Hauer sang “Be The One.” The sermon topic was “Mega-Faith” and the scripture was Mark 7:1-30. Jesus was confronted by some... Full story


Looking Back

100 years ago The attitude of some of the Pine Bluffs business men toward The Pine Bluffs Post is withholding advertising patronage from that paper may force the owner of the printing plant to seek a new field. The Post can be printed anywhere in... Full story


No Till Notes: 'Opportunity'

As most of you are probably aware, I’m pretty excited about the opportunities yellow field peas provide for producers here in western Nebraska and around our region. We have been growing yellow field peas successfully on our farm for several years... Full story


Thought for the week

"We must develop and maintain the capacity to forgive. He who is devoid of the power to forgive is devoid of the power to love. There is some good in the worst of us and some evil in the best of us....


Community Calendar

Items for possible inclusion in the weekly community calendar should be typewritten or legibly printed. All submissions should include the name and daytime telephone number of the person submitting th...


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