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Articles from the April 8, 2021 edition

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Horses on the run!

The morning of Wednesday, March 31 2021, around 0800 the Pine Bluffs Police Department responded to a report of horses running loose near the rodeo fairgrounds. Upon further investigation the police...

 

LCCC enriches with Art

Laramie County Community College holds Life enrichment classes at the Old Pine Bluffs High School. Some of the instructors are local residents. Many different types of classes are offered there. One...

 

Carpenter family holds Petting Zoo for Easter

Preston Anderson and his mom, Tammy Anderson decided to add a little fun to everyone's Easter weekend. They decided to open their humble family ranch to the public and hosted their very own Easter...

 

Candidates announced for Town of Pine Bluffs

The Town of Pine Bluffs recently announced all of their candidates for the mayoral and council person election. The deadline to register as a candidate was March 30, 2021. Seats open are mayor, and two council persons, both are four year terms. The...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    April 8, 2021

Veterans Memorial Plaza to hold new Wall Dedication

A new fifty foot wall on the back of the Pine Bluffs Public Library will have it's dedication come May 14, 2021. The new wall which is an addition to the Veterans Memorial Plaza and the current wall...

 

Springtime to do list

The last few days of "pre-Spring time" weather, in other words warm with little wind, set me to thinking about what I needed to do to be ready for planting. Yes, and yardwork, too. I'm trying not to...

 

Gold Star Spouses A Veteran Family Story

April 5th is Gold Star Spouses day. As we honor all Gold Star spouses and the tremendous sacrifices that they have been called to make, we look back at the history and evolution of Gold Star Spouses d...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    April 8, 2021

Pine Bluffs American Legion and Auxiliary serve homeless Veterans and more

Members from the Pine Bluffs Legion Post and Auxiliary prepared a meal complete with dessert and beverage at the Cheyenne Discipleship Center for a goup of homeless women and men, many which are...

 

Basketball 2020-2021 Meet Kammie Ragsdale

One of five sophomores on this year's Thunderbird Women's Basketball team, Kammie Ragsdale is 6'0" and a guard and forward. She hails from Pine Bluffs, Wyoming, where she played ball for the Pine...

 
 By Jim Merryfield    Sports    April 8, 2021

Hornets compete at Torrington

The 2021 Pine Bluffs Hornets Spring sports schedule is under way. The Pine Bluffs Hornets Track and Field team competed on April 1st in Torrington against Southeast, Morrill, Crawford and Lingle-Fort Laramie. The team was anxious to get the season...

 
 By Jim Merryfield    Sports    April 8, 2021

Broncs Field & Track

The Burns Broncs Track and Field season is under way. The Broncs competed on April 1st in Wheatland at the Wheatland invitational. The team did well and were happy to compete. Coach Cole Manlove had this to say: “Girls Track Emma Gonzales placed...

 

Tri-State Grapplers Results

Midwest Classic Nationals Tournament Results for Tri-State Grapplers Jax Thurin was the Champion in the 10U 80 Pound Division and earned an All-American Award. Jesse Gortney finished 4th Place in the...

 
 By Mike Heath    News    April 8, 2021

Republican or Democrat - What is the real question? Part 15

The contents of this article do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the Pine Bluffs Post. WATER RIGHTS Plank 17: “The Wyoming Republican Party believes in the state’s primacy over water, wildlife, minerals and natural resources; supp...

 
 By Mike Heath    News    April 8, 2021

Legislative Watch – Wrap Up

The legislative session is winding down, finally. When the Legislators come back Tuesday from Easter break they will only have two days left. That means that by the time you get the paper, they’ll be gone for another year. HB0075 (Voter...

 

April is National Safe Digging Month

Remember to check all the boxes for a safe digging project CHEYENNE, WY. – April 5, 2021 — April is National Safe Digging Month, and with the arrival of warmer weather, homeowners and construction crews will be anxious to get outside and begin...

 

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