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  • Another successful Albin Day is in the books

    Gary Collins, Pine Bluffs Post|Jul 13, 2017

    Faith and family, first responders, Papa Dean, Bill Johnson and others were heralded as Hometown Heroes during the 89th Annual Albin Day parade. Johnson, who was recognized by Nick Dennis and his family, made the move to Albin on December 7, 1941 while the Japanese were busy with their sneak attack on Pearl Harbor. The day began with a pancake breakfast at the Firehouse served by the Burns FFA. Afterwards, more than 500 people lined Cheyenne Ave. to watch the Kiddie and Adult parades. Grand...

  • The library is the place to bee

    Gary Collins, Pine Bluffs Post|Jul 13, 2017

    If you are ever stung by a bee, you can be sure it is not a male bee, or drone, as they do not have stingers and their only purpose is to mate with the queen before being kicked out of the hive. The worker bees of a hive are all females. The workers role is to collect food and water, care for the larvae and to protect the hive. They are the ones with the stingers. The sole queen of the hive's only job is to lay eggs and rule over the hive. Such is the information you might have picked up if you...

  • Counting every step while walking through Cowboy State in summer

    Bill Sniffin|Jul 13, 2017

    Is there a better place in the world for a morning walk than a nice path in Wyoming? Especially quite early in the morning. This time of year, you can actually start walking about 5:30 a.m. but you might need a layered approach with a sweatshirt over your tee shirt. Most Wyoming cities and towns have wonderful walking paths. Cheyenne has done an amazing job. Greybull has a superb walking path. Sheridan. Lander, Casper and Worland are into providing spaces for walkers. Evanston has transformed...

  • Senators issue statements on oil and gas permits

    Sen. John Barrasso|Jul 13, 2017

    U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke recently signed a secretarial order to help streamline the backlogged permitting process for mineral leases on federal lands. U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., applauded the decision, which directs the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to not only address the current permitting backlogs, but identify areas where improvements in the oil and gas leasing program can be made. The order also directs the BLM to look for solutions to improve access to additional parcels of federal land that are appropriate for...

  • Enzi says new Senate health care draft would allow for flexibility, continued improvements

    Sen. Mike Enzi|Jul 13, 2017

    The Senate health care bill would make a bad situation better, according to U.S. Senator Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.). Enzi told reporters the bill would make initial improvements and allow states to make even more. He said budget rules prevent some proposals from being considered now, but work on health care will continue in the Senate. Below are key excerpts of the interview: On content of the bill: “There are always a number of things; I’ve been working on this for a number of years and had my own ten step health plan. The one thing that’s in...

  • Burns town council addresses liquor ordinance; other town business

    Gary Collins, Pine Bluffs Post|Jul 13, 2017

    Responding to constituent complaints received during the town election this spring, Councilwoman Judy Johnstone proposed an avenue to address those complaints. Apparently, there are residents of Burns who feel that the governing body does not do enough to inform citizens of actions taken by the council. She proposed, and the council and mayor agreed by consent, that a paragraph or two advising residents of council actions would be added to the monthly utility bills. Johnstone volunteered to write those notices. In other council action it was...

  • Clarence W. Bryant

    Jul 13, 2017

    Clarence W. Bryant, age 94, passed away on Monday, July 3, 2017 at Via Christi Hospital in Manhattan, Kansas. He was born on December 14, 1922 in LaCrosse, Kansas, the son of Oscar Leo & Myrtle Childers Bryant. A resident of Scott City, Kansas since 1973 moving from Pine Bluffs, Wyoming, he was a Co-Farmer of Bryant Farms and father extraordinaire. He was a member of the First Christian Church in Scott City, Kansas and The Gideons International and American Agriculture Movement. On November... Full story

  • Pine Bluffs Police Department Blotter

    Staff Report|Jul 13, 2017

    Activities and calls for the Pine Bluffs Police Department during the week of July 5 through July 11 were as follows: 6 Traffic stops 1 Domestic verbal 1 Domestic assault Fireworks call 1 Vicious animal Numerous VIN inspections...


    Jul 13, 2017

    ALBIN Lydia M. Schmidt Susan Irene Schmidt BURNS Denise Eleshuk Kayla B. Nesvik Noah J. Taylor Cassy Underwood CARPENTER Cory D, Lemaster Kyle R. Redenbaugh MERIDEN Taylor James Kirkbride Pine bluffs Jaclyn D. Davison Madison c, Heithoff Kyle J. Jeffres Caleb E. Pachel...

  • Community Calendar

    Jul 13, 2017

    Items for possible inclusion in the weekly community calendar should be typewritten or legibly printed. All submissions should include the name and daytime telephone number of the person submitting the information in case questions arise. Items which may be included in the calendar are church events, club meetings, and school events. If your club will not be meeting or has a change, please contact us so we can update the calendar with the correct information as soon as possible. Items should be received on Monday at 5 p.m., one week prior to...

  • If your brand has expired, now's the time to renew

    Staff Report|Jul 13, 2017

    The Wyoming Livestock Board announced on June 21, 2017 they have finished with the 2017 brand renewal list, which amounted to a total of 8,406 brands. Of that number, the board was able to successfully renew 80 percent of the brands, according to a news release by the organization. This means, however, that 20 percent of the brands due for renewal have not been renewed and are, therefore, on the delinquent list. Those 20 percent of the brands on the delinquent list will be held for the rightful owners until December 31, 2017, but with an...

  • Looking Back

    Jul 13, 2017

    100 YEARS AGO July 12, 1917 STABBING AFFRAY Warren Flint of Kimball was seriously hurt last Friday morning when he was stabbed in a fight with two parties from Kimball named Richardson and Rose. It is not known which stabbed Flint. The wound was in the left breast, very close to the heart. It happened shortly after midnight, Friday morning. Doctor Marshall was summoned, the light plant was started up, and everything possible was done for Flint until morning, when he was taken to the hospital in Cheyenne on Number 3. He is now reported as...

  • Banner County News

    Barb Cross|Jul 13, 2017

    Good morning Banner County, friends both near and far. With all of this hot weather we have been having, cool calm mornings are sure nice, don’t you agree? One night this past week it was still 77 at nine p.m. so I have been enjoying the early morning more than usual. The wheat harvest is well on it’s way and the current weather conditions are great for that. I sure hope everyone gets finished before any hail hits us and that all keep safe and accident free. Local areas have seen two tragic...

  • Hereford News

    Carolyn Ragsdale|Jul 13, 2017

    The Hereford Community Church met for their quarterly business meeting Sunday morning. Reports were given and general business discussed. Some of the congregation will be attending a Rockies game on Aug 6. There was discussion on what to do regarding the hail and tornado damage. The trustees will make the determination once they hear from the insurance company. The Christmas stocking project was discussed. They will be giving more stockings to those local children in need and also sending some t...

  • Albin News

    Charlene Smith|Jul 13, 2017

    We could print the news about Albin every day, and you still wouldn’t get the true sense of the community. Communities are built on the idiosyncrasies of the people living there. Even if we tell you about a young boy turning another year older, you don’t appreciate the love for him until you see folks hug him and laugh at his precious little ways that are missed when he is away with his mother. We can write about an elderly couples anniversary, but you cannot see in the print their lawn...

  • Sportsmans Club is on target with annual fun shoot

    Gary Collins, Pine Bluffs Post|Jul 13, 2017

    The Pine Bluffs Sportsman's Club held its annual meeting and fun shoot on the Fourth of July at their shooting range off of Muddy Creek Drive. The election of the club's officers saw the incumbents returned to office for another year. Re-elected president was Kevin Borquez. Charles Cunningham was returned as vice-president with John Wise and Patrick Self reinstated as treasurer and secretary respectively. The board members selected were Steve Miller, Charles Cunningham, Denton Dudrey, Rick...

  • It all comes down to the final two weeks in roping and racing series

    Jimmie Earls, Pine Bluffs Post Editor|Jul 13, 2017

    There's a couple weeks left for competitors to make their move in the Pine Bluffs Roping and Barrel Racing Series. Here are the Point Standings as of 7/7/17: Junior Barrels Jadea Graves 26 Natalee Smalley 22 Kashley Fornstrom 18 Kasey Dalton 12 Molly Allen 12 Stesha Tidyman 12 Jaxon Farella 5 Kutter Fornstrom 4 Colby Smith 3 Jessie Graves 3 Whitlee Smalley 2 Javonna Hunt 2 Justin Lerwick 2 Dalton Fox 1 Shayden Tidyman 1 Javaya Harms 1 1D Barrels Katie Klingingsmith 24 Heather Lake 22 Kelby...

  • Local hoopsters attend camp

    Staff Report|Jul 13, 2017

    It may not be basketball season, but that didn't stop local hoopsters from attending the Mid-America Basketball Camp in Morrill. Neb., hosted by Coach Mike Trader. Pictured are participants from the Pine Bluffs and Albin areas....