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 By Zach Spadt    News    March 29, 2018

Governor visits Pine Bluffs students

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead and First Lady Carol Mead were in Pine Bluffs Monday to read to elementary school children. Fittingly, the Governor read "Ben Franklin's Big Splash" to Pine Bluffs...

 

Burns, Pine Bluffs students earn state FFA degrees

Eleven students from Burns and Pine Bluffs High School will make up the 194 students throughout Wyoming who earned state Future Farmers of America Degrees. “The state FFA degree is awarded to FFA members who have demonstrated the highest level of...

 

Heath announces reelection campaign

Linda Heath is asking voters for an additional term on the Laramie County Commission. In press release last week, Heath said she intends to seek reelection. She currently serves as the commission’s vice chairperson. Heath first moved to Laramie...

 

Former Albin resident seeking county commission seat

Gunnar Malm, formerly of Albin and Pine Bluffs, announced his intent to run for Laramie County Commission last week at an event in Cheyenne. Malm currently works as a real estate agent/owner with Caldwell Banker. A Central High School graduate, Malm...

 

Michael Alan McNamee

Michael A. McNamee 88 of Laramie passed away March 20, 2018. He was born May 9, 1929 in Tecumseh, Nebraska to John J. McNamee and Avis O'Loughlin. Mike grew up on a farm near Pine Bluffs, Wyoming...

 

Cosners welcome first child

Parents, Patrick and Emily Cosner welcome their first child, daughter, Iris June Cosner into the world on March 16, 2018 at 12:50 p.m. Patrick Cosner is the journalism, photographer and art teacher...

 

Garden Design

Last week gave us a taste of what’s coming. Warm weather…SPRING! This is the season of planting so we can enjoy the delightful results of our labors later. But planting really isn’t quite as simple as just sticking plants in the ground. If you...

 

Cell Phones

Cell phones have quickly become a staple of the twenty-first century, and for good reason. They offer a more convenient way to do just about anything-learning, communicating, entertaining,...

 

Melvin E. Waterman A Veteran's Story

Melvin E. Waterman was born December 24, 1945 in Stronghurst, Illinois. He is one of ten children. Of the six boys, he is the only one to have served in the U. S. Navy. Two brothers, however, have...

 

Spiders and Scorpions and Ants..Oh My!!

The 1950's. Turbulent. Fearful. Korean War. Senator Joseph McCarthy and the Communist threat - Communists have infiltrated the government and there's a Communist under every rug and behind every...

 

Hornets sweep Kimball invite

KIMBALL, Neb. - The Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets started the 2018 track and field season on a high note, earning a decisive win at the Kimball, Neb. Track and Field Invitational Saturday. Although only...

 

Hornets run away with first place in Kimball

KIMBALL, Neb. ­- The Pine Bluffs Hornets dominated this weekend in Kimball to open this year's track and field season. With only six teams in attendance, the Kimball meet typically serves as a...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    March 29, 2018

Burns earns sixth, fifth place finishes in Morrill

MORRILL, Neb. - Burns track and field athletes got off to a solid start in Morrill, Neb. Saturday with several team members putting up solid performances. The Bayard girls earned fifth place out of...

 

Frank Smith Bowls Perfect 300

Achieving the perfect game is thrilling, and intense at the same time. This was true for Frank Smith of Pine Bluffs recently. Smith who bowls on the Tuesday Men's league at Pine Bowl on the team...

 

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