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Lightning + fuel tanks = BOOM!

A set of holding tanks nine miles north of Burns and owned by Wolfman Energy were struck by lightning Friday afternoon. fifty-six vehicles, 35 of them fire fighting related, responded to the mutual...

 

Transparency from police department

Pine Bluffs police chief Robin Clark welcomed close to 20 active business owners and community members to a networking event at the Historic High School in Pine Bluffs Thursday evening. “This is... Full story

 

Fishinglicensegate, big money are stars of Liz Cheney challenge to Sen. Enzi

One of Wyoming’s retired Speakers of the House said the following: “I used to say I could go to Cheyenne and mess up with roads, health, K-12, etc, but if I messed up Game and Fish, I was dead!...

 

Passion, promises and football

There are not many things that I get passionate about. Okay, you’re right. If you’ve met me, you know I have a high level of energy and come off as very passionate. But usually it’s just...

 
 By Submitted    News    September 12, 2013

News Notes

The Arch Coal Foundation has officially kicked off its signature education support program – the Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Awards – for the upcoming school year in West Virginia and Wyoming....

 

Phyllis Lundberg

Phyllis Lundberg, 85, of Albin, died on Sunday, Sept. 1, 2013, in Albin. Phyllis was born on Sept. 18, 1927, at her maternal grandparents’ home in Momence, Ill. She moved to Albin just after...

 

Frances Jean Vavra

Frances Jean (Herman) Vavra, 87, of Cheyenne, died on Friday, Sept. 6, 2013 at the Davis Hospice Center. She was born on Jan. 1, 1926, in Pine Bluffs, and graduated from Pine Bluffs High School in...

 

Community Calendar

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...

 

Weddings

Sara Elizabeth Zumo and Brandon Charles Kepple exchanged vows in a double ring ceremony at First Baptist Church on July 27. Pastor Jason King officiated at the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of...

 

A little leak leads to no water

Albin residents realized the importance of water in their life Tuesday evening, Sept. 3, after Aaron Anderson, the town maintenance man had to shut off the water supply due to a leak. The leak began...

 

Lady Hornets split weekend games with Lingle, Saratoga

A win over Lingle and a loss to Saratoga on Thursday and Friday gives the Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets a 3-5 overall record on the season heading into this week’s action. The team is 2-1 in the region....

 

Size makes the difference in Hornets loss

It makes a big difference in the score when the opposing team has more players than yours does. That truth played out Friday night when the Pine Bluffs Hornets traveled to Cheyenne East to play the...

 

Burns/Pine Bluffs thinclads have good day in Gering

The cross country team from Burns/Pine Bluffs traveled to Nebraska Friday for the Gering Invite. The meet was moved up three hours to save the runners from running in the heat of the day. “By the...

 

Pawnee fights hard against state champ Fleming Wildcats

On a night cooler than has been the norm, the Pawnee Coyotes were able to keep a steady pace against two-time state champion Fleming. The Wildcats came into the game wanting to remind the Coyotes of...

 

Pawnees' Lady Coyotes improve to 3-1

The Pawnee Lady Coyotes faced off with Fleming on their home court Friday before heading out on the road to pool play at Sedgwick County. The ladies lost to Fleming in three sets but gained momentum...

 

Bowling Results

Tuesday Mixed 1. P& Z 2. Whatever 3. Killer B’s Women’s Highs Handicap game: Carrie Popham 235 Handicap series: Lorna Bruns 631 Scratch game: Jo Radcliffe 303 Scratch series: Jo Radcliffe 525 Men’s Highs Handicap game: Terry Bruns 264 Handicap...

 

Burns volleyball, football results

Lady Broncs downed by Southeast The Burns Lady Broncs played Southeast at home Friday evening bringing their season record to 4-2. The Lady Broncs won Friday’s first two sets, 25-20, 25-22. They...

 

Dispatch still heavy on council's agenda

After a brief public hearing Tuesday, Sept. 3, for the renewal of the three liquor licenses in town, the Pine Bluffs town council started working through their agenda. Mayor Bill Shain talked to the...

 

Heating up for winter

Five FE Warren Air Force airmen from Cheyenne, 12 Texas Trail Ring-necks Pheasants Forever from Pine Bluffs, four elders from the Latter Day Saints Church and nine other volunteers spent their...

 

School News

September Newsletter Another year is upon us and things at Pine Bluffs Junior/Senior High are rolling. On behalf of all the staff, let me say that we are excited to have the students back, and look forward to another great year. Having students as...

 
 By Submitted    News    September 12, 2013

Bushnell celebrates reunion

The Bushnell High School classes of 1967 and 1968 celebrated their 45th and 46th class reunions together at the Rock Ranch in Pine Bluffs August 24....

 

Commissioners take off on airport grant

After approving nine consent agenda items the Laramie County Commissioners turned their attention to the Cheyenne Regional Airport for the second meeting in a row Tuesday, Sept. 3. Dave Haring,... Full story

 

'To the moon'

September 19, 2013 is the Moon festival or Mid-Autumn festival. Every year on the fifteenth day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar (September), the moon is at its maximum brightness for the...

 

Albin News

Our town spent the day Saturday singing hymns and remembering one of our own, Phyllis Lundberg. Many friends and family joined in remembering Phyllis at the Albin Baptist Church Saturday morning....

 

Burns News

VIBE at the Burns Branch Library on Monday, Sept. 16, at noon. Using VIBE you’ll create your own video while munching lunch! Work as a team using costumes and props – you can be the VIBE LIBRARY...

 

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