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Articles from the September 5, 2019 edition

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High Plains Archeological Center - a hidden gem in Pine Bluffs

September is Wyoming Archeology Awareness Month, and as luck would have it Pine Bluffs is home to its very own archeology dig. Nestled up in the side of the bluffs the High Plains Archeological...

 

WYTOPP exam results in - tests scores on the rise

For those with school aged children, testing has been something that is an inevitable part of every school year. For those of us that are long done with school, memories of the all day long SAT testing still linger somewhere in the backs of our...

 

Water valves, railroad crossing and snow removal topics at Pine Bluffs Town Council

Tuesday’s town council meeting opened with a discussion of the water main break this past winter. While crews worked diligently to open and close valves to divert the water, there was still several hours that residents went without water. This...

 

George Lloyd Butler

George Lloyd Butler, 88, of Pine Bluffs died September 1, 2019 in the comfort of his home. He was born July 10, 1931 in Kimball, NE. George was a war veteran, serving the US Navy and Army. He was a...

 

Duane Anthony Iliff

Duane Anthony Iliff of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming passed away at his home of natural causes. He was 72 years of age and was born in November 1947. Services are pending....

 

Laramie County Library to host Local Author Day in partnership with Cheyenne Arts Celebration

CHEYENNE: On Saturday, September 14 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Laramie County Library will host the third-annual Local Author Day in the gallery of the library. Authors local to the region will be at the library throughout the day to promote their...

 

Journey to Hydroponics Part 2, Hydroponics Systems

After last week's article I think you may have gotten he impression that I'm sold on hydroponics. If so, you would be correct. But, the question that remains is, "what kind of hydroponic system will...

 

Pheasants Forever

The student chapter of the Texas Trail Ringnecks is encouraging students to join our chapter. Pheasants Forever is all about helping children and even adults gain information about hunting, conservati...

 

Patriot Day An American Day

What is a "Patriot"? According to the Oxford dictionary, a patriot is a person who vigorously supports their country and is prepared to defend it against enemies or detractors. This does not require a uniform, but sometimes does....a policeman, a...

 

Veterans History Project gets push from Senator Enzi

America’s veterans have shaped the history of this country from its inception, and many of those histories are being lost as these brave men and women pass. Senator Mike Enzi and his wife Diana are encouraging Wyoming’s veterans to do their part...

 

Presenting the 7th Annual Tour the Legend - Celebrating Women

CHEYENNE – The Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board is hosting their Seventh Annual Tour the Legend, Historic Building Tour on Saturday, September 21 from 10 am to 4 pm. This year’s theme is Celebrating Women and 150 Years of Suffrage. This tour...

 

Hornets Football

Overall Coach Gray was pleased with how things went. He thought the young kids exceeded expectations in a few areas, and the Hornets veteran players did well. "With that being said we have a long way...

 
 By A Rousseau    Sports    September 5, 2019

Burns/Pine Bluffs Cross Country compete in Casper

The Pine Bluffs/Burns XC team began the season in Casper at the Beartrap Meadow Meet.  Unfortunately, not all of our harriers competed today--due to lack of practices or for one senior a wonderful college opportunity.  Our Junior High team was almo...

 

Lady Hornets Volleyball

Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets Volleyball team played six games to start off the season. Their record for wins vs losses 6-0. Playing against Torrington, the Lady Hornets walked away with a 2-0 victory. In...

 

Lady Broncs Volleyball

Burns Lady Broncs Volleyball team played six games in the start of the season. Their record for wins vs losses 2-4. Playing against Wright, the Broncs lost in a tight game resulting in the 0-2 loss....

 

Jack Carpenter, Goldwater Scholar and Mines student completes second stint at NASA

RAPID CITY, SD (Sept. 3, 2019) - The dusty sagebrush hills of eastern Wyoming are a far cry from the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center–but William Jackson "Jack" Carpenter is at home in either...

 

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