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Articles from the March 7, 2019 edition

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 By Zach Spadt    News    March 7, 2019

Council seeks funding for new airport hangar

The Pine Bluffs Municipal Airport may be getting a new hangar and maintenance shop should the Wyoming Business Council approve a $173,000 grant request from the town. Expected to cost approximately $477,000 the new building would also house a...

 

Donkeys invade PBHS gym

Basketball continued in the Pine Bluffs High School gym Tuesday night despite the season being over. The difference this time? It was played on donkeys. Intended as a fund raiser, the event featured...

 

Marilyn R. Mattson

Marilyn Ruby Mattson, 94, passed away in her home in Pine Bluffs, Wyoming, on Thursday, February 28, 2019. Following her wishes cremation has occurred and a family graveside service will take place fo...

 

Carpenter Kindergartener screening

Do you live in Laramie County School District Number Two? Do you have a child who is five years old or will be five years old by September 15, 2019? If so, Carpenter Elementary School, invites you to bring your prospective kindergartener for...

 

New Location for Laramie County WIC Office

Beginning March 1, the Laramie County WIC Office will serve local families at a new location. The new office can be found at 421 E 17th Street in Cheyenne. Residents are invited to an official ribbon cutting/reception that will be held April 4 from...

 

Pollinators - More than just Bees

For many years, I was told that bees only liked white and yellow flowers. That they would go to other colored flowers only when the first two were unavailable or in short supply. What a myth to believe in. Nothing could be further from the truth. I...

 

The Road to State Basketball

With State Basketball upon the reigning 2A Basketball champions, the boys' basketball team is looking to repeat as State Champions. The boys' basketball team has had a stellar season thus far, only lo...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    March 7, 2019

Ervin H. Klundt U.S. Army WWII Bronze Star

From out of the dusty boxes and stored memories, Ervin H. Klundt lives again to tell his story. Klundt was born August 7, 1913 to Jacob K Klundt and Carolina Ackerman in Grafton, Nebraska. He is the...

 

Lions Club New Members

Lions Club of Pine Bluffs was proud to accept and induct Ms. Melissa Flores-Guerrero into our club.  Melissa moved to our area from California and will be a good asset to our club and our...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    March 7, 2019

HEARTBREAK

The Pine Bluffs Hornets came within seconds of earning their second state basketball title in as many years. Instead, it was the Wyoming Indian Chiefs who found themselves storming the court at the...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    March 7, 2019

Lady Hornets fall in semi-finals, bounce back to take third at state hoops

After suffering a disappointing loss to Wyoming Indian in the semi-final round of the Wyoming state basketball championships in Casper, the Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets bounced back in a big way. Taking the court Saturday, the Lady Hornets defeated...

 

Tri-State Grapplers Results

District 1 Tournament Results 1st-2nd 45 - Jesse Gortney's place is 2nd and has scored 23.0 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Jesse Gortney (Tri-State Grapplers) won by fall over Khol Arnold (Gering Wrestling Club) (Fall 1:41) Quarterfinal - Jesse...

 

Amazed from a Distance

This sports season has been inspiring. We have watched these young men with anticipation and excitement. They have not disappointed, and one has stood out. Andrew Fornstrom has led our boys on the...

 

Read Across America

"From there to here, From here to there, Funny things are everywhere" In honor of Dr. Seuss, an icon for children's literature, Carpenter Elementary hosted many reading events for Read Across...

 

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