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Articles from the April 9, 2020 edition

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Pine Bluffs Distilling aids in making hand sanittizer

Pine Bluffs Distilling along with Greeley's Weld Werks Company have partnered up to supply our small corner of the world with much needed hand sanitizer. Chris Baird, sales manager for Weld Werks,...

 

Online teaching debuts

In a time of a global pandemic, when there is no school, not very much work, and everyone is staying home parents are feeling just how "essential" the teachers in their life are. Many parents are...

 

Pine Bluffs Opens Food Bank

“Working together to help one another” Members of the Pine Bluffs area have come together to open a much needed food pantry. Hours of operation this week is Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. and is located in the Historic...

 

Pine Bluffs Police News Flash

On the evening of April 5th between the hours of 4-6PM two cats were shot with a pellet gun in the 400 Block of East 3rd Street. Both survived. Any information to assist in the investigation of animal abuse would be appreciated. Individuals...

 
 By Governor Gordon    News    April 9, 2020

Governor, State Health Officer extend statewide Public Health Orders through April 30

Governor also Directs 14-Day Quarantine for Travelers Arriving in Wyoming from another State or Country CHEYENNE – Governor Mark Gordon and State Health Officer Dr. Alexia Harrist have extended the three existing statewide health orders through...

 

Laramie County Commissioners to hold regular commissioner meetings electronically due to COVID-19

In compliance with the recent State and County Board of Health Orders related to COVID-19, the Board of County Commissioners will hold its regular Tuesday meetings electronically, beginning on April 7. Until those Orders are modified or revoked, the...

 

Weeds R' Us - Cheatgrass

Sometimes it seems like that, doesn't it? Weeds, weeds and more weeds. Every time we turn around weeds are just growing everywhere. I guess we can thank Adam and Eve. When they got themselves kicked...

 

Thompson a true "Wyomingite"

Pine Bluffs High School graduate 2017, Hunter Thompson is staying put in Wyoming. Speaking with dad, Todd Thompson, he confirmed the news about his son. "Hunter is excited to stay in Laramie. He has...

 

Thompson to return to Cowboys under Linder

By Davis Potter Casper Star-Tribune LARAMIE — One of Wyoming’s own is staying put following the coaching change to the Cowboys’ basketball program. Sophomore forward Hunter Thompson announced Monday he’ll be returning to the team next season...

 

In house learning - and fun activities

"We received a special gift this week all the way from Askov, Minnesota! The package was addressed to the whole family and when we opened it there were a few looks of confusion as I shrieked with...

 

Wyoming Air National Guard members take home six awards in national competition

CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Airmen from the Wyoming Air National Guard, Public Affairs Office earned a total of six awards of excellence in the 2019 National Guard Bureau Media Contest, officials announced...

 

A letter to Pine Bluffs

Fifteen years ago when I first arrived in Pine Bluffs, Then Mayor Leonard Anderson invited a group of individuals to present discussions and work groups for, 1) economic development, 2) downtown beautification of Pine Bluffs, and 3) increased...

 

Superintendent Balow's Statement On School Closure Extension

CHEYENNE - Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow issued the following statement in light of the recent order by Governor Mark Gordon and the Wyoming Department of Health to extend school closures until the end of April. "As the State...

 

Wyoming's First Lady, Beef Council address food insecurity

Cheyenne, WY--First Lady Jennie Gordon, the Wyoming Hunger Initiative team and the Wyoming beef industry recognize the uncertainty and concern that exists in our communities during this unprecedented...

 

Our local ranchers discusses current times

The first lady of Wyoming is on a campaign right now to encourage Wyomingites to eat more beef. In her effort to combat food insecurity, Jennie Gordon is releasing several videos on YouTube to show...

 

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