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Articles from the January 18, 2018 edition

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Pine Bluffs Community Center offers many activities

The Pine Bluffs Recreation Center has always been known for their involvement in the community, alongside their efforts of involving everyone else in community events. Many people may be aware of all the fantastic events put on by the Rec Center but...

 

Pine Bluffs Senior receives Trustees' Scholars Award

A senior from Pine Bluffs High School has received the prestigious Trustees Scholars Award from the Univeristy of Wyoming. The student awarded this scholars award is Leonardo "Samuel" Garcia. He learn...

 

Secretary DeVos approves Wyoming's ESSA State Plan

WASHINGTON - U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos today announced the approval of Wyoming’s consolidated state plan under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). “Wyoming’s plan met the requirements of the law, and so I am happy to approve...

 

Pine Bluffs Post welcomes student intern

Pine Bluffs High School journalism class has been writing stories, and creating artwork, via drawings or photographs for most of the year for the Pine Bluffs Post. The Pine Bluffs Post would like to...

 

Michelle Lee Marin

Michelle Lee Marin, 39, of Pine Bluffs, died on Saturday, January 13, 2018 in Cheyenne. She was born on March 22, 1978 in Belcourt, North Dakota. Michelle was the manager at the Gators Travelyn Motel...

 

Women invited to Heart Health Event at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center

Cheyenne, WY—Cheyenne Regional Medical Center is hosting a women’s event focused on heart health in the hospital’s main auditoriums on February 3, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. “Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the United States,...

 

Farming the Natural way

As many may know, or not know, the organic business is a huge business, and is very much sought after for many different uses. Mosher Farms is one of many 100% certified organic farms in Bushnell NE,...

 

Students from PBHS compete with larger schools

This year, indoor track has many more participants. In the past few years, only five participants have played and not all played in one year. The most Pine Bluffs has had in a year was two...

 

Jon Abrams A Veteran's Story

Jon D. Abrams believes strongly that it is in his DNA to enlist and serve in the military. When he first went to enlist, his father was not happy with his choice. Once his dad saw his passion, and...

 

Pine Bluffs Elementary Adjusting to new school

When it comes to new things, there always seems to be kinks that need to be worked out. For the Pine Bluffs new elementary school the same would apply. After being in the new building for more than a...

 

Lady Hornets

The Lady Hornets played hard this weekend and it payed off. The Lady hornets won both games leaving this weekend as champs. The first game was against Front Range on Friday January, 12th. The final...

 

Burns Broncs suffer defeat X3

The Burns Boys Broncs played three games this past week. The first game was against Mitchell, second was against Glenrock, and with Lusk in the end. During the game against Mitchell, the Broncs lost by 13 points. In the first period Mitchell scored...

 

Burns Lady Broncs win one - lose one

The Girls Broncs Basket played two games last week. First against Glenrock, then against Niobrara County. The Lady Broncs won a game and lost a game. The Lady Broncs sealed the win in the first...

 

Pawnee Coyote Ladies Host Mustangs

The Pawnee Coyote Ladies hosted the Prairie Mustangs Friday Jan 12 and lost 45-58. The Prairie girls know how to smother the player that has the ball but the Coyotes still played well. Coach Janelle...

 

Pawnee Coyote Ladies vs Creek Valley

Pawnee Ladies traveled to Creek Valley at Chappell NE Saturday January 13 and came home with a loss 38-64 to a team they hadn’t seen play before. Coach Robertson said, “We did not know what we were up against with Creek Valley. They were a good...

 

Pete and re-pete!!

For over 30 years, Pete Schaefer called Pine Bluffs, Wyoming home. Originally from New England, North Dakota, Pete moved to Pine Bluffs in the 1960s. He lived, worked and bowled for many of those year...

 

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