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Articles from the March 1, 2018 edition

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 By Zach Spadt    News    March 1, 2018

Firefighters extinguish camper fire Friday

A fire in Pine Bluffs Friday destroyed a camper trailer and damaged a nearby building. Shortly after 1 p.m. Friday, crews from Laramie County Fire District 5 in Pine Bluffs were dispatched to the 100...

 

Wyo Ed. Dept. seeks input

CHEYENNE - The Wyoming State Board of Education (SBE) has requested public input on the proposed 2018 Wyoming Math Standards, Science Extended Standards, and additions to the 2014 Social Studies Standards. The Wyoming Department of Education (WDE)...

 

Lawrence C. Anderson

Lawrence C. Anderson, 88, of Burns, Wyoming went home to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, Sunday, February 25, 2018. Lawrence was born on July 2, 1929 on the homestead in Easter Laramie...

 

Grades, are they still important?

Being someone who grew up around people who take grades very seriously, I was taught from an early age that grades are important. Good grades open many more doors and they affect your life directly...

 

Still time to be counted in the 2017 Census of Agriculture

CHEYENNE, WYOMING – February 27, 2018 – Wyoming farmers, ranchers, land owners, and others who received a form still have time to be counted in the 2017 Census of Agriculture, according to the...

 

Singing for the community

This year the Pine Bluffs High School Choir decided to try out a new fundraiser for Valentine's Day. "We decided to do singing valentines. At first the idea sounded a bit silly, but it actually...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    March 1, 2018

Jack A. Bowman A Veteran's Story

Jack A. Bowman was born in Grinnell, Iowa and lived there until he turned seventeen. As a teenager, he found himself helping on the family farms in Colorado and Wyoming. "I was a farm hand helping...

 

Legislative sessions report

The first half of the 64th Wyoming State Legislature Budget Session concluded last week. In addition to addressing the Budget, the legislature is also working our way through a number of other important bills aimed at diversifying Wyoming’s...

 

Regional West Strengthens Partnership with UCHealth and University of Colorado Cancer Center

SCOTTSBLUFF, NE: Patients in Scottsbluff and the surrounding region will benefit from an enhanced continuum of cancer care including advanced oncology treatments, clinical trials, and access to specialists. Scottsbluff, Neb., – Patients in western...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    March 1, 2018

PBHS hoops teams earn state bids

Hornets net top seed for state tournament A dominant showing last weekend earned the Pine Bluffs Hornets a top seed at the 2A Wyoming State Basketball tournament set to begin Thursday. “We played with plenty of good energy,” head coach Tyler...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    March 1, 2018

PBHS hoops teams earn state bids

Lady Hornets face Lovell Thursday By Zach Spadt Pine Bluffs Post pinebluffsreporter@rtconnect.net A second round loss hurt the Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets' chances of winning the 2A east regional...

 

Burns-Bluffs wrestlers end year at state meet

Boe Clayson wrestles in the third-place match at the Wyoming state wrestling meet held in Casper last weekend. Clayson lost the match against a competitor from Cokeville, but he did earn fourth-place...

 
 By Dorothy Timm    Sports    March 1, 2018

Lady Coyotes fall to Fleming

The Pawnee Coyote Ladies went to Sterling Monday Feb 19 to play in the NJC gym in the 1A District 4 Basketball Tournament. It was a snowy trip to go play Peetz bulldogs 50-20. They returned Tuesday...

 
 By Dorothy Timm    Sports    March 1, 2018

Pawnee Coyotes take a win and loss

Pawnee Coyote boys traveled to Sterling on a snowy afternoon Monday February 19 to play Weldon Valley in the 1A District 4 Basketball Tournament at NJC and won 61-40. They returned Wednesday to play...

 

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