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Articles from the July 20, 2017 edition


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  • There's a New Veterinarian in Town

    Gary Collins, Pine Bluffs Post Reporter|Jul 20, 2017

    Even though she was going to have her nails done, it was not a spa day for Nikki the poodle at the Bluffs Veterinary Clinic in Pine Bluffs. Nikki needed to have some dental work done and a couple of moles removed. Prior to this, the poodle would undergo a physical. She fell under the care of Dr. Joya Migliaccio (the ā€œgā€ is silent), D.V.M. Dr. Migliaccio is the new veterinarian at the clinic. She took over the duties of Dr. Brianne Simonsen. She came to the practice just two days after graduation from Veterinary School at Colorado State Universi...

  • High West Energy presents donation

    Gary Collins, Pine Bluffs Post Reporter|Jul 20, 2017

    Brian Heithoff, CEO and General manager of High West Energy (HWE), on the left, presented a check for $10,000 to Jack Hockersmith of the Pine Bluffs Heritage Society in the Historic High School gym, Tuesday. The money comes from the unclaimed patronage account of HWE. When the company is unable to locate a shareholder to distribute a dividend the money goes into the account. HWE must, with due diligence, seek to find the shareholder. If, after four years, the shareholder cannot be located, HWE...

  • Investigation Continues

    Gary Collins, Pine Bluffs Post Reporter|Jul 20, 2017

    Two months after the death of Burns resident, Nathan Combs, the investigation is still ongoing but unresolved and the Weld County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) is asking anyone with information that might aid in the investigation to come forward. Combs was found by his found near his Blue 2007 Peterbilt 379 at Weld County Road 136 and Weld County Road 77 west of Hereford two months ago on May 18, 2017. Officers were dispatched to the scene at 3:20 p.m. on that date and according to information dissemi...

  • Flying high and riding clean

    Gary Collins, Pine Bluffs Post Reporter|Jul 20, 2017

    "I've been involved in professional rodeo for 17 years now, and this is one of my favorite places. I won the Cheyenne rodeo and have been reserve champion there," said Christy Hefley. Hefley, a barrel racer, is the wife of Kevin Hefley, both of Airtime Aerial, a commercial spraying operation which since April has moved its operations to the Pine Bluffs Airport. "2013 is the year I won at Cheyenne and 2012 I was reserve champion, so this is a very special area to me. So I feel like I'm home. I...

  • Local girl hopes to pin a win in Michigan

    Staff Report, Pine Bluffs Post|Jul 20, 2017

    Sierra Starr isn't like most twelve-year-old girls. Instead of spending her summer doing the usual things girls her age do, she is about to be part of history in the making by participating in the inaugural year of female wrestling in the AAU Junior Olympics. Starr is part of the Tri-State Grapplers, a local wrestling group and, according to her grandmother Penny Hobbs, she is currently ranked sixth in the U.S. in her weight class. Starting out, Starr had to compete against male opponents...

  • Albin Day Junior Rodeo Results

    Jul 20, 2017

    8 and Under Flag Race First Place: Hattie Haeffelin, Torrington Second Place: Ty Bridgeman, Bayard Third Place: Jace Franzen, Meriden Barrel Racing First Place: Kamryn Stratton, Torrington Second Place: Hattie Haeffelin, Torrington Third Place: Kashly Fornstrom, Pine Bluffs Pole Bending First Place: Kashly Fornstrom, Pine Bluffs Second Place: Kamryn Stratton, Torrington Third Place: Kaige Reisdorfer Cheyenne 9 ā€“ 12 year olds Barrel Racing First Place: Kenna Stratton, Torrington Second Place: M...

  • All About the "Buckle"

    Jul 20, 2017

  • All About the "Buckle"

    Jul 20, 2017

  • From dry goods for farmers to Farmers State Bank

    Gary Collins, Pine Bluffs Post Reporter|Jul 20, 2017

    The January 22, 1925 edition of the Pine Bluffs Post announced that C. E. Carlstrum was in the process of tearing down the building on Main Street and Lincoln Way which housed his grocery store. It was further reported that Carlstrum would be erecting a new building on Second and Main Streets to house a large department store, with the name of Carlstrum's Dry Goods store. There was no follow-up article relating to the opening of the store. However, in the June 11 edition of that year, the...