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Articles from the February 15, 2018 edition

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 By Zach Spadt    News    February 15, 2018

Time capsule unearthed at old elementary school

When the old Pine Bluffs Elementary School was constructed in 1961, a group of citizens had the foresight to leave behind a piece of history. Last spring, during construction of the new elementary...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    February 15, 2018

Burns EMTs allowed emergency lights on scene

Citing excessive risks, Burns Town Council member denied a request that volunteer EMTs utilize emergency lights in their personal vehicles Monday. Council Member Dennis Bastian said he’s “done the math” and concluded that having emergency...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    February 15, 2018

Burns council raises rent

People leasing building space from the town of Burns will see an increase in their rent next month. The increase is the result of an ordinance the town passed years ago. Initially, Burns rented town building space at a rate of 30 cents per square...

 

Pine Bluffs FBLA students place at competition

In 1937, Hamden L. Forkner of Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City proposed a national club to promote business education. The proposal was accepted, passed, and funded in 1940 and...

 

Paul Frederick Eckrich

Paul Frederick Eckrich, Jr., 84, of Cheyenne passed away Feb. 10 at Granite Health and Rehabilitation. He was born August 30, 1933 in Neola, Iowa. He married Margaret O’Connell on May 5, 1962. Paul is survived by his son and daughter-in-law,...

 

Wyoming's farmers and ranchers battle burdensome regulations

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-WY), chairman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW), welcomed Niels Hansen, secretary and treasurer of the Public Lands...

 

Valentine's Day

Most people associate Valentine's Day with celebrating love and romance by buying chocolates, flowers, or cards for their loved ones. Some people think giving gifts is a good way to show how much... Full story

 

Stephen L. Peiffer A Veteran's Story

Stephen L. Peiffer knew upon graduating high school he would enter the military. His father and grandfather both served in the military. Their branch of service was the Navy. Peiffer wanted a choice...

 

Gorman-McDonnell Engagement Announced

Christopher Gorman and Maggie McDonnell are pleased to announce their engagement. Gorman is the son of Majorie Gorman and the late David Gorman of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming. McDonnell is the daughter of...

 
 By Zach Spadt    Sports    February 15, 2018

Hornets defeat Burns, Lusk

And the dominance continues for the Hornets. Playing in two home games over the weekend, the Pine Bluffs Hornets outscored their opponents 143-44 in victories over Burns and Lusk Friday and Saturday....

 

Pawnee Coyotes take Briggsdale

Pawnee Coyote boys hosted Briggsdale Thursday February 8 and won 54-51. Stats: Jade Cass led with 16 points, had seven rebounds and six steals; Watt Schnug added nine points; Josh Keiper made eight...

 

Lady Coyotes lose to Briggsdale

Pawnee Coyote girls hosted Briggsdale Falcon girls Thursday February 8 and lost 27-63 against a team with several girls that are tall and good 3 point shooters. Stats: Shelby Hoffman scored 11 points...

 

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