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Emotions and anger displayed at Burns Town Council meeting over ambulance and volunteers use of POVs

In an emotional and sometimes heated debate the Burns Town Council once again dealt with the topic of using personal vehicles to arrive at emergency calls. In last month's council meeting Mayor Jim...

 

Leo Urbanek new Pine Bluffs Senior Center board member

Good food, good company, and an election turn out that put the town hall to shame. With an overwhelming 47 votes, Leo Urbanek won a seat on the senior center board. A familiar face from the Lions...

 

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...

 

Earth Science Week toolkits available to Wyoming classrooms

The Wyoming State Geological Survey (WSGS) is once again offering toolkits to junior high school classrooms statewide in celebration of Earth Science Week Oct. 13–19. The American Geoscience Institute (AGI), which has held Earth Science Week every...

 

Secretary of State's Office celebrates Anniversary of Louisa Swain's Historice Vote

The Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (WCADVSA) is pleased to announce the recipients of the WCADVSA’s 10th Annual P.E.A.C.E. Awards. The 2019 P.E.A.C.E. Award recipients are: Outstanding Advocate – Jess Barnes,...

 

Journey into Hydroponics, Part 3 - Growing plants without soil

This week I took down my hydroponic system in the greenhouse. No, it wasn't because of disappointment or failure or anything like that. I've learned all I could from that particular system and I had...

 

Pine Bluffs Volleyball on the Rise

The Pine Bluffs volleyball team has been in season for 3 weeks. The girls had their first tournament 2 weeks ago in Douglas, and ended up being the champions of the tournament, they went 6-0. I had...

 

Veteran's History Project

Taking part in the Veteran's History Project (VHP) this weekend was more than just an interview for me. In 2017 there was an estimated 47,220 veterans living in the state of Wyoming, of those only...

 

Lady Hornets win over Lingle

Volleyball is under way and last week the Lady Hornets had their chance show their stuff.. The Lady Hornets hosted the Lingle Volleyball on Thurdsday 5 Sept. and then traveled to Yuma, Colorado on...

 

Broncs take a sweet victory 32-6 against Panthers

In their first home game the Burn's Broncs were able to put away the Wright Panthers on Friday with a final score of 32-6 even though the game was stopped in the 4th quarter due to lightning. Defense...

 
 By A Rousseau    Sports    September 12, 2019 

Burns/Pine Bluffs Cross Country compete in Gering

The Pine Bluffs/Burns XC team had their first full team meet today in Gering, Nebraska--we are only missing a few runners that are facing some season-opening injuries. With 6 races and over 40 runners, we have a full day and lots of things to be...

 

Church services

Albin Baptist Church 315 Cheyenne Ave, Albin; 246-3254; Sunday school 9:30 a.m., Sunday service 10:45 a.m.; Youth group, Sunday 5:30 p.m. Blessed Hope Baptist Church 327 S. Main St., Burns 307-547-2383 J. Nathaniel Ensley, pastor, Sunday Services:...

 

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