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Elm Street gets 'spruced'

Over 25 volunteers came out with the sunshine Saturday morning to help Cheyenne Light Fuel and Power weatherize and clean up two local homes to complete their work with the grant from National Day of...

 

Mayor signs MOU

At Monday evening’s Pine Bluffs council meeting, mayor Bill Shain said he received a revised version of the Memorandum of Understanding between Laramie County Central Communications and Pine Bluffs... Full story

 

Other states mimic Wyoming as USA energy breadbaskets

For decades, Wyoming has basked in the glory of being the country’s energy breadbasket.       But that was before the developing of a bedrock-fracturing drilling system known as...

 

Time for some 'dry' humor

With all this rain, puddles the debt of swimming pools, our neighbors to the south evacuated from their homes and unable to flush their toilets, and farmers wondering what was worse, drought or...

 

With our dying breath

Liz Cheney was wrong on both counts when she said, “Newspapers are dying, and that’s not a bad thing.” Cheney made the pronouncement in Jackson after the newspaper in that community reported...

 
 By Submitted    News    September 19, 2013

News Notes

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi is encouraging Wyoming juniors in high school to apply to be a Senate Page for the spring session in Washington, D.C. The deadline for spring applications is Nov. 6. “The...

 
 By Submitted    News    September 19, 2013

United Methodist Church welcomes new pastor

Pine Bluffs United Methodist Church warmly welcomed their new pastor, Pastor Lesley Matschke. She has been appointed by Bishop Elaine Stanovsky and the Rocky Mountain Conference to serve both Pine...

 

Engagement

Leslie and Lisa Horst of Burns, Wyo. would like to announce the engagement of their daughter Kaitlin Horst to Jake Buckhaults, son of J.R. and Shirley Buckhaults of Hawk Springs, Wyo. Kaitlin is a...

 

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...

 

Burns council working on ambulance billing

Burns Town Council once again visited the issue of billing for ambulance services at its regular meeting on Monday, Sept. 9. Currently those making use of the service are not being charged for runs....

 

Asay, Garcia run personal bests at Kimball Invite

Through the weather, the rain and the wind, the boys and girls Pine Bluffs-Burns cross country teams ran their third meet on Friday at Kimball. The girls team took first place in the meet with four...

 

Lady Broncs move to 7-5-1

The Burns Lady Broncs traveled a good distance last week, playing a game in Lingle on Thursday and then heading to Big Horn to compete in a tournament there. They added three wins, three losses and a...

 

Broncs notch 2-0 start

A win on the road over Wright puts the Burns Broncs at a 2-0 start to the 2013 prep football season. The Panthers were held scoreless in the first half of play, while the Broncs’ Taylor Kirkbride...

 

Peetz prevails over Pawnee

The score Friday did not give the picture of the Pawnee Coyotes football team the coach Doug Miller sees. Peetz won the contest 42-26 on Pawnee’s home field. But Miller is pleased with how his...

 

Pawnee downed by Prairie, Peetz

The weekend was a rough one for the players on Pawnee’s volleyball team. The Lady Coyotes lost a tight five-set game against Prairie at home on Thursday before taking the court and losing a...

 

Lady Hornets lose tough match to Lusk

Saturday was a tough day for the Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets. Missing two starters, the team faced off with the Lusk Lady Tigers at Lusk. Though they came home with a loss, the Lady Hornets hung in and...

 

Rebels rally to defeat Hornets

The Pine Bluffs Hornets took an early lead on Riverside Friday but the Rebels rallied to take a 34-16 victory over the visiting Hornets. Riverside scored first with 10:28 showing on the clock. The...

 

Bowling Results

Monday Women 1. Subway 24 2. Exxon 24 3. Pine Bowl 23 Highs Handicap game: Amy Zitek 239 Handicap series: Carla Thurin 583 Scratch game: Amy Zitek 232 Scratch series: Amy Zitek 574 Tuesday Mixed 1. Bob’s Team 7 2. Spare Room 6 3. P&Z 6 Women’s...

 

Board decides on graduation changes

The Laramie County School District No. 2 board of trustees met in Carpenter Monday, Sept. 9, to discuss, among other items of business, moving the Pine Bluffs and Burns graduation date. The released...

 

Guests bring checks to senior center meeting

Cheyenne Light Fuel and Power’s senior program manager Sharon Fain, along with construction service representative John Thompson and consumer marketing representative Monica Puente presented the...

 

New board members elected

The Pine Bluffs Senior Center board had two three-year terms as well as two one-year terms on the ballot Monday at their election. Ron Ladd won his bid for reelection for a three-year term. New to... Full story

 

Albin council takes care of business

The Albin council met Thursday evening and tackled their agenda in just under an hour. After the meeting was called to order, the council reviewed the progress of the lunch program. Mayor Kelly Krakow...

 

Albin News

Can you believe we had over five inches of rain in about seven days? Some areas west of Albin received as much as 10” of rain! I guess that might be called a “genuine drought buster,” or so...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    September 19, 2013

Banner News

Wow! What a week makes — difference in the weather that is! It has been downright chilly here a day or two. Personally, I have enjoyed it, although I hate the cold and still have outside chores to f...

 

Bushnell News

The village board meeting was held last Wednesday. The board approved the 2013/2014 budget. An audience member stated that there was a break-in at the old lumberyard last week. Village residents...

 

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