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Peace of mind in Peace Corps

What brings you peace of mind? For a former Pine Bluffs graduate and lifelong Wyoming resident, it is serving others in a country far away. Logan Armstrong, son of Brenda and Jeff Armstrong of Pine Bl...

 
 By Submitted    News    October 17, 2013

'The Pines' recopnized at the state

Great news for our journalism students; The Pines was selected as the Class 2A All-State Newspaper and tied with Cody for the People’s Choice recently at the Wyoming High School State Journalism... Full story

 

Lighthouse is beacon of hope and safety or just someone reaching out to help

The whole concept of what a lighthouse is and can mean has always been a big deal to me. The idea of a place serving as a beacon of hope and safety to desperate folks enduring their worst possible...

 

Discover the truth

Monday was Columbus Day. On my way to work, the deejay asked what people thought about celebrating a holiday whose premise has been dis-proven. Oh, Columbus did sail the ocean blue and he did prove th...

 

Thought for the week

A man has made at least a start on discovering the meaning of human life when he plants shade trees under which he knows full well he will never sit.” ~ D. Elton Trueblood...

 

News Notes

Special meeting for LCSD #2 The Board of Trustees for Laramie County School District #2 will meet for a Special Meeting on Wednesday, October 23, 2013, at 3:30 p.m. at the Pine Bluffs High School Comm...

 

Student of the Week

What does it look like when you mix musical talent, athleticism, academic success and kindness together? The Pawnee high community would point to Afton Zitek. Afton is the daughter of Lisa and Merle Z...

 

Prevention and education offered at health fair

Over 100 people stopped by the Pine Bluffs Senior Center Oct. 7 for the second annual health fair. The center hosted vendors including the Pine Bluffs volunteer firemen taking blood pressure, Laramie...

 

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...

 

Albin acts on public comments

The Albin Town Council listened to Jim Sorensen as he discussed the poor condition of 5th street at their meeting Thursday evening. “It just seems to get slicker and slicker,” Sorensen said....

 

Lady Hornets collect wins

The Lady Hornets had a busy schedule this past week with a game in Lingle, as well as playing host to a double triangular Saturday. Pine Bluffs lost in Lingle 14-25, 32-30, 19-25, 25-27 but came home...

 

Bowling Results

Monday Women 1. Designs West 125 2. Farmers State Bank 102 3. Subway 98 Highs Handicap game: Amy Zitek 232 Handicap series: Carleen Graves 682 Scratch game: Amy Zitek 204 Scratch series: Carleen...

 

Losing Hornets haven't lost hope

Coach Will Gray sees through the adversity of this season to the future. As the winless Hornets continue their slide to the bottom of their conference, Gray is watching for areas to work on next...

 

Lady Broncs find unity

The Lady Broncs welcomed two teams into Bronc nation last week. But only one went home feeling the horse print on their back. Burns beat Lusk 25-14, 24-26, 25-14, 25-16 and lost to Lingle 22-25,...

 

'It's good to be king'

The Burns Broncs have been here before. Sitting on the top of their conference, undefeated. And the fans, parents, coaches and players all have hopes of this season following the 2008 season. Taylor K...

 

Coyotes lose dog fight

The Lady Coyotes traveled to Fleming last Thursday to take on a tough conference foe, the Fleming Lady Wildcats. Pawnee lost to Fleming in four sets; 25-13, 25-16, 21-25, 25-12. With only three ace...

 

Cross country passed personal goals

What a great day of racing! Despite a cool windy afternoon the Pine Bluffs - Burns cross country team ran exceptionally well all around!  In the junior high races Sara Love ran solo today and ran a great time for her longest race of the year. She e...

 

Coyotes fight for a win

The Pawnee Coyotes bettered themselves to 2-5 overall and 2-4 in the league with a 36-7 win at North Park Saturday afternoon. Freshman Bryce Schnug showed the fans and the coaches to expect great...

 

Have no fear, the Illusionist is here!

“Have no fear, the illusionist is here,” exclaimed Duane Laflin to over 150 people in the Albin gym Thursday night. The Albin Parent Group hosted a family fun night that started off with over 125...

 

Albin News

Now you see Albin neighbors, now you don’t. A bunch of us were at the Magic Show Thursday evening. And what a show it was. Rumor had it Cody and Shawnae Branigan and family saw this act in Custer...

 

Hereford News

For the special this week at the Hereford Community Church Alison Mickelson read “Grandma’s Letter.” Then Steve Hauer sang “What If I Give All?” Pastor Opdycke began her teaching on the...

 

Burns News

The Burns Branch Library has two Halloween programs coming up! First of all, on Friday, October 25 at 1 pm, we are showing The Haunted Mansion with Eddie Murphy. This is great for all ages and...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    October 17, 2013

Banner News

Keystone, South Dakota as well as other places are now dealing with flooding. Other areas are still cleaning up with earlier floods or maybe destructive tornadoes. Our weather here has been pretty...

 

Bushnell News

The village board met on Wednesday, October 9. Tim Nolting announced that a petition to recall him as board member has been filed with the county clerk. He suggested that if the required number of...

 

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