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Articles from the September 19, 2019 edition

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New Police Chief sworn in for Pine Bluffs

Monday's town council meeting introduced attendees to Pine Bluffs new Chief of Police Chance Walkama. Walkama is originally from Upstate New York and has been in Pine since 2013. Walkama was...

 

Strong emotions brought out at Pine Bluffs High School with Rachel's Challenge visit

On April 20, 1999, Rachel Joy Scott became the first victim in the Columbine High School shooting. Rachel was known as a bright light, a shining example, and a genuinely nice person. People who knew...

 

Pine Bluffs Distillery introduces three new whiskeys at a grand debut

This weekend at the Pine Bluffs Distillery three new whiskeys made their debut. Chad and Theresa Brown were on hand along with the soulful sounds of Canadian duo Winnie Brave to introduce Pine to...

 

Lois E. Carpenter

Lois E. Carpenter, 100, died August 31, 2019 in Fort Collins, Colorado. She was born July 9, 1919 at Doniphan, Nebraska to Ed and Clara Harshfield. She graduated from high school in Cambridge, Nebrask...

 

Road Closes coming to I-80, I-25

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Work to repair the Parsley Boulevard bridge over Interstate 80 will begin Monday, Sept. 16, and will result in traffic restrictions and lane closures during the project. Parsley Boulevard will be closed to northbound traffic...

 

When to plant a tree

Trees. Beautiful and highly coveted in Laramie County. Did you know that at one time, and not all that long ago, there were hardly any trees in Laramie County except for those on the bluffs in Pine...

 

Homecoming is upon us!

With homecoming just around the corner, students are getting revved up for a fun week of activities and games. September 16th through the 20th, Pine Bluffs High School will be full of excitement....

 

Honor Coin for a Veterans family

The idea of the challenge coin can possibly be dated back to ancient Rome. It is said that if a soldier performed well during battle he would be paid his daily wages plus one extra coin. Some...

 

Burns Broncs vs Moorcroft

The Burns Broncs played hard last Friday but were unable to squeeze past the Moorcroft Wolves With a final score of 32 to 38 the Wolves managed to push by the Broncs by the end of the game. Starting...

 

Burns/Pine Bluffs XC Girls take first at the Kimball meet

The Pine Bluffs/Burns XC team traveled our shortest distance of the year to Kimball, Nebraska for our annual meet at the Four Winds Golf Course. Most of the harriers have run this course so this was...

 

Hornets fall to Wright Panthers

Friday the 13th was certainly an unlucky day for the Pine Bluffs Hornets as the fell in their first conference game to the Wright Panthers. With a final score of 25 to 7 the Hornets are having a hard time finding their stride for the season just...

 

Hornets Volleyball compete at Big Horn

We traveled to the Big Horn Tourney this weekend. The kids played well overall. When we faced Wright, we had a mental block and our unforced errors plagued us. We will watch game film and they will see that they beat themselves. These girls are...

 

National POW/MIA Recognition Day

Since the American Revolution, people fighting to secure the freedom of the United States have at some points in time been held as prisoners of war (POWs). But it took more than 200 years for our...

 

An interview with 'Kansas'

Cheyenne Civic Center will get a chance to host legends this Sunday night when they bring in eight time gold record winning Kansas. The band debuted their first album in 1974 and haven't looked back...

 

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