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Pine Bluffs receives new ambulance through CARES

The Town of Pine Bluffs has officially received their much needed new ambulance! The funding for the new ambulance came from the cares Act which was a part of the covid-19 relief package. Kim...

 

Proposed Bill HB0037 ...road usage charges

The State of Wyoming was recently presented with a bill, HB0037, which is in regards to the road usage charges. "The road usage charge would be applied to all Wyoming registered vehicles when traveling on Wyoming highways." All the fees are arranged...

 

Burns High School has district Teacher of the Year

Anna Eklund, Burns High School math teacher was recently selected as Laramie County School District No. 2 "Teacher of the Year". Every year faculty can nominate a teacher, who in their opinion,...

 

Adolfo Garcia

Adolfo Garcia, 69, of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming passed away on January 17, 2021. Adolfo died peacefully with his beloved wife Rosa Lee and their children by his side. Adolfo was born in Iramuco,...

 

Patricia A. Morrison

Patricia A. Morrison, 87, died January 13, 2021 in Cheyenne at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center. She was born December 1, 1933 in Bend, Oregon to Woodrow and Francis Mahoney. Cremation is under the care of Schrader, Aragon and Jacoby Funeral Home...

 

Logan Leo Chambers Laramie County First baby 2021

Logan Leo Chambers would make his debut into the world as the first baby born in Laramie County, Wyoming on January 1, 2021 at 3:22 a.m. The proud parents of Logan are Annah and Zachary Chambers. He...

 

Hail is a dangerous enemy

Hail is Public Enemy #1 in southeastern Wyoming. The entire state has hail, but did you know the worst hail zone in the country is right here in Laramie County? Yep. The oval from Burns to Carpenter...

 

Honoring the Four Chaplains

On Feb. 3, 1943, four Army chaplains – Father John P. Washington, Rabbi Alexander D. Goode, and the Revs. George L. Fox and Clark V. Poling – gave up their life jackets on a sinking Army...

 
 By Mike Heath    Opinion    January 28, 2021

Republican or Democrat - What is the real question? Part 6

(**The contents of this article does not necessarily reflect the opinion or views of the Pine Bluffs Post**) Plank 7 PUBLIC LANDS, CONSERVATION, AND THE ENVIRONMENT: Public lands and the environment have been at the forefront of public discourse for...

 

Lady Broncs beat out Lady Outlaws 54-52 in close game

The Lady Broncs (4-6) played host to the Lady Outlaws (2-6) from Rawlins last Friday. The Lady Outlaws were tough and it was a close game but the Lady Broncs pulled out the win. The Lady Outlaws start...

 

Lady Hornets fall to Mitchell Tigers

The Lady Hornets (4-6) played host to the Mitchell Tigers (6-11) last Tuesday evening. Coming off the loss to Southeast the Lady Hornets were looking to get a bit of revenge against the Tigers. The...

 

Engel signs with U of Maine

Alexis Engel signed with the University of Maine to continue to play volleyball. She explained that she did not get a scholarship because it is a D3 school. "But I am going for all 4 years," she...

 

Hornets Basketball

The Pine Bluffs Hornets (4-6) hosted the Mitchell Tigers (10-7) last Tuesday. The Hornets coaches were quarantined so Coach Gray stepped in. They tried to postpone the game but Mitchells schedule was...

 

Broncs Basketball

Burns Broncs hosted the Rawlins Outlaws last weekend. The Rawlins Outlaws are one of the top rated teams in the state. The Broncs gave it a brilliant effort but ended up losing the contest 72-37. The...

 

Wrestling

The Burns/Pine Bluffs wrestling team visited the South Wrestling team last week. The Burns/Pine Bluffs team was able to put another mark in the win column with a 48–30 victory in the match. The...

 

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