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  • Fire Call

    Feb 27, 2020

  • Good tasting and nutritional too at the Pine Bluffs Senior Center

    Victoria Smithey Pine Bluffs Post|Feb 27, 2020

    The Pine Bluffs Senior Center cooks up a hot meal daily for anyone that wants to come in and eat. Roxie Bolejack and Trisha Burry work tirelessly to bring the community meals that fit within the governmental guidelines for nutritional value and their own personal guidelines for taste and presentation. The staff of the Pine Bluffs Post showed up on sweet and sour chicken day, and were treated to a full three course meal that was delicious and fell within the 650 to 750 calorie range. Bolejack...

  • Previous local area writer signs her book in Kimball

    Victoria Smithey Pine Bluffs Post|Feb 27, 2020

    Who says you can't make it big from a small town? Local author and previous resident of Kimball Deborah Wynne has released her first novel and I was able to sit with her at her local book signing to catch up. Although Wynne has been writing since childhood, this is her first published work, and though a lot of time, sweat, and patience went into writing it, she is already on the second installment. Wynne describes her book as a "non-traditional love triangle" where the young woman falls head ove...

  • Ladies Night Out teaches scrapbooking

    Victoria Smithey Pine Bluffs Post|Feb 27, 2020

    Holly Bauer of the Burns Branch Library hosted another ladies night out last Thursday. Attendees were able to create their own mini scrapbooks out of card stock and velcro. While the book making was enjoyable, it's always a treat to be able to spend grown up time with the other ladies. The next ladies night out will be on Thursday, March 12, at 5:30 p.m. Please make plans to attend if you can. If you have any questions please feel free to call the ladies at the Burns Branch Library at...

  • Champions Named at NWSS Junior Gelbvieh and Balancer Show

    Malerie Strahm American Gelbvieh Association|Feb 27, 2020

    A Burns HS teen took one of the top honors at the Junior Gelbvieh and Balancer Heifer Show at the National Western Stock Show last month in Denver. Grace Steenbergen, 15, daughter of Dale Steenbergen and Sharon Fain, won reserve grand champion Balancer female for BCFG Butlers Fredia 133F. The animal is the May 7, 2018, daughter of BCFG Butlers Bismarck 512Z and was the champion in the summer yearling heifer division. Judge Shane Bedwell of Holt, Missouri, evaluated the 14 Gelbvieh heifers and...

  • Pheasants Forever Youth Chapter

    Kylee Bruns Pine Bluffs Journalism|Feb 27, 2020

    Recently, our very own Texas Trail Ringnecks youth chapter took a six day trip to Minneapolis, Minnesota. The annual Pheasant Fest and Quail Classic was held at the Minneapolis Convention Center. The youth chapter spent their time teaching children about wildlife identification, conservation, and so much gun safety. Their booths consisted of a shooting trailer and a walkthrough tent. The shooting trailer teaches kids gun safety and how to shoot. Young learners need extra help with learning how t...

  • Dorothy & John Brandt A Sweetheart Veteran Story Part II

    Penny Merryfield|Feb 27, 2020

    Dorothy Mae Hinson was born May 03, 1927 in Monroe, N.C. to Gaither Winslow Hinson of Monroe, N.C. and Ester Emmalille (Purser) of Union County, N.C. and was one of six children. She entered the U.S. Army at age of 16. Hinson convinced a neighbor, who was too old to serve, to sign an affidavit stating she was twenty-one years of age. She enlisted the year was 1944. Hinson would serve until April, 1947. She would continue her friendship with John Brandt after they both were discharged from the...

  • Burns High School Senior Night

    Feb 27, 2020

  • Pine Bluffs High School Senior Night

    Feb 27, 2020

  • Maddie Fornstrom signs with CSU - Pueblo

    Feb 27, 2020

  • Burns/Pine Bluffs Wrestling

    Feb 27, 2020

  • Coach of the Year - Eastern Region

    Feb 27, 2020

  • A Scouting Minute...Blue and Gold

    Elizabeth Zerck|Feb 27, 2020

    Blue and Gold Banquets are a tradition in Cub Scout Packs. They are a celebration of the anniversary of the founding of the BSA on February 8, 1910, and therefore usually take place on the February pack meeting. It is a time for us to celebrate the pack's anniversary, and a time for the pack to recognize the adult leaders, businesses and members of the community who make Scouting exciting . This year our Cub Scouts chose the theme, games, for our Blue and Gold. The Webelo's den even created...

  • Tri-State Grapplers Results

    Feb 27, 2020

    Sidney Smackdown PreK&K Division 33- Jaxon Lynch -2nd Place 33- Jasper Gibson -5th Place 46- Laivyn Morgan -3rd Place 56- Gavin Bibbey -4th Place 1st&2nd Grade Division 50- Ethan Bibbey -4th Place 53- Jesse Gortney -1st Place Girls Division 48- Laivyn Morgan -1st Place 3rd&4th Grade Division 50- Kason Schindler -1st Place 65- Jax Thurin -5th Place 5th&6th Grade Division 65- Joseph Coe-Lees -4th Place 70- Dominique Boppre -1st Place 75- Ty Scarborough -1st Place 7th&8th Grade Division 160- Tyson...

  • Bath and Bedtime stories at the Library

    Victoria Smithey Pine Bluffs Post|Feb 27, 2020

    Once again Molly Williams and Mary Cushing hosted another successful Fun For Kids last Thursday. Bath and bedtime was the focus of this mornings fun, and Williams charmed the kids with Kate McMullan's "How Do You Take a Bath" and Britta Teckentrup's "Get Out of My Bath". The children were able to practice their coloring and counting skills with felt elephants in the tub and finished out the morning with a fun sponge boat craft. Fun for Kids will end out the month on Thursday the 27, with a...

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