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Articles from the February 6, 2014 edition

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 By Zachary Laux    News    February 6, 2014

FBLA reaches out to senior center

The Pine Bluffs Future Business Leaders of America and Senior Center are teaming up to bring residents a night of fun and romance come Valentine's Day weekend. Although aimed to be fun, the proceeds...


Obituary: Robert Leroy Eisenhauer

Robert Leroy Eisenhauer, 85, of Cheyenne (formerly of Laramie) died Jan. 31in Cheyenne. He was born May 22, 1928, in Wolbach, Neb., to Harry and Truly (Padgett) Eisenhauer. The family moved to Pine... Full story

 By Zachary Laux    News    February 6, 2014

Snow day

Zeveriah Orneals, 13, shovels snow Jan. 31 after Pine Bluffs was covered by snow the night before. According to the National Weather Service in Cheyenne, Pine Bluffs received 6 inches of snow that...


Land and water comes down to dollars

Chris Lidstone of Lidstone and Associates reviewed the options for financing the Kimzey land purchase. Pine Bluffs Town Council members listened Monday evening as Lidstone laid out three different...


Legislature readies for fast paced session and budget decisions

Budget session, Representative John Eklund says, it is a fast paced session. It is a faster moving session in the biennium and he prefers a slower pace. "It is really hard to break away from the...


Letter to the Editor: Plowing disturbing but necessary

Dear Residents of Pine Bluffs: Sorry if while I was plowing out a certain church’s parking lot, handicap and old people’s driveways, that I have disturbed you and your sleep. I am sorry but sometimes there just isn’t enough time in the day to... Full story


Letter to the Editor: Rude interviews rub the wrong way

Editor: It is our opinion the KWGN Channel 5 should not allow Robert Geha to interview anyone. Most of the time he is obnoxious, inconsiderate, rude and antagonistic. Half of the time he doesn’t even have prepared questions to ask the person he is... Full story


News Notes

Art of Marriage When you were standing at the altar reciting your marriage vows, did you have any idea that marriage would be so complex? It probably didn’t take you long to understand that your spouse is not as much like you as you thought or that... Full story


Student of the Week: Kayla Kirkbride

Kayla Kirkbride, daughter of Glen and Rochel Kirkbride, is an active fifth grader at Burns Elementary. Along with getting all As in her classes and being an honor roll member, Kayla plays the...


Senior night for wrestlers

The home meet for the Burns/Pine Bluffs wrestlers brought the South Bison to the mats Thursday night. Six seniors along with their parents were honored as the evening started. Coach Dan Clayson hoped... Full story


Pine Bluffs' road trip ends on a win

Twenty minutes doesn't add up to a complete basketball game. But three quarters of well-played ball is enough for Coach William Gray to keep moving the Hornets forward. "We were down by 5 halfway...


Lady Broncs sneak two wins in

Opponents can be intimidating. An undefeated opponent can make players want to join the other team. Coach Barry Ward and the Lady Broncs are loyal to their school and team against all odds and...


Broncs end week with a win

Squeezing in practices and keeping a team up during a three-game week can be difficult. Start the week with a loss and it tends to be more difficult. Coach Patterson was pleased with the competition...


Voice behind the cheer

More than 50 grade-school students attended the South Bison Cheer clinic Saturday in Burns. Participants learned how to articulate words and add enthusiastic moves to the words. The youngsters left...


Coyotes loses two

Coach Tim Brunelle admits it has been a “rough road this year.” Even coaches know sometimes the roughest roads lead to the sweetest views. And Brunelle is hopeful of a nicer reading on the...


Lady Hornets stung from double loss last weekend

Loss is never easy but when it comes in twos, it can knock the wind out of a team’s sails. Coach Lindsey Forbes wanted to be sure to push the Lady Hornets back into the wind and keep moving...


Pawnee shows some spark

Pawnee Lady Coyotes have hit some dark spots early in the season. Head coach Samantha Ramos is not only struggling with inexperience but also lack of depth on the bench. Pawnee often overcomes with...

 By Zachary Laux    News    February 6, 2014

Foster and kids: Longtime foster parent becomes managing director of Kimball Daycare Center

Pine Bluffs resident Jeanette Foster can't explain her love for children, but has maintained her interest in child care since she was a teenager. "I started out babysitting as a teenager, and nobody...

 By Staff report    News    February 6, 2014

Blood draw comes to Burns, Carpenter

Two Wyoming Health Fair Blood Draws will take place in Carpenter and Burns later this month. The first blood draw will take place 7 a.m.-9 a.m. Feb. 13 at the Carpenter Elementary School Library. The other will be held 7 a.m.-9 a.m.Feb. 20 at the... Full story


Eat fresh with a fresh set of owners

Jeff and Sandy Bruckner are getting off the Subway and moving toward "Grandma come and play." The Bruckners handed over the sandwich bags last week to TJ and Jillian Antinora from Fort Collins, Colo....


Albin Community News

That little rodent over in Pennsylvania was scared Sunday by his shawdow and went back to sleep for another six weeks. Maybe he was a Broncos fan and predicted a nasty day on the field. It was still... Full story


Herford community news

For the special this week at the Hereford Community Church Shirley Wiggin read “Peyton Manning’s Christian Faith” then Pee Wee and Cecelia Smock sang “The Bible Is My Guide,” which they... Full story


Bushnell community news

A special village board meeting was held Wednesday, January 29 at 6 p.m. Verne Hackbarth announced that the Panhandle Area Development District will be present at the regular February meeting to talk... Full story

 By Barb Cross    News    February 6, 2014

Banner community news

Good morning! It has been cold outside. By the look of it it will continue to be this way for awhile yet. I did not give one thought to the amazing Pennsylvania Phil, the weather predicting groundhog... Full story


Looking Back

100 years ago Farmers have commenced hauling grain again. They report the roads improving and that about all of the big snow we had is gone, but leaving two-thirds of the ground covered with ice. The Basket Ball team will go to Kimball Tuesday... Full story


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