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Articles from the April 16, 2020 edition

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Mary Cushing retires after twenty years at Pine Bluffs library

After over twenty years of service, local favorite Mary Cushing has decided to hang up her library hat in favor of retirement. Cushing has been in Pine for much of her adult life and is looking...

 

Burns - home to new chiropractor

Burns, Wyoming is home to a new business as of last month. Doctor Kayla Madler is a new chiropractor in the area and is open for business as an essential worker. Dr. Madler has opened her office in...

 

Wyoming Arts Council announces COVID-19 support grant for Individual Artists

The Wyoming Arts Council is sensitive to the inherent economic challenges that are rising in relation to the current CDC recommendations for social distancing. In response to this ever-evolving situation, The Wyoming Arts Council announces a $500...

 

Fire Wise Landscaping

If there's one thing we can count on every summer, it's fire. Each and every year we have fires crop up throughout the county. Most are small and burn only a few hundred square feet to an acre or so,...

 

Shain signs intent to Dickinson

Michael Shain signed his letter of intent to attend Dickinson (N.D) State University to continue his basketball career at home due to the shut down of schools. Signing in his parents home, he...

 

Easter Coloring Winners

Schools not in session, sports are a no go thus we have exercising the hands with coloring for Easter. Children from around the Pine Bluffs Post area cut out pictures from the paper for the Easter...

 

April Month of the Military Child

Experiencing the military through a child's eyes, as a veteran in my own right, and as a spouse of a veteran, the awe in all three positions is still there. "Being a military brat was awesome. It is...

 

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