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Articles from the November 5, 2015 edition

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 By Polly Taylor    News    November 5, 2015

Pine Bluffs residence falls victim to burglary

Once again burglary, and not just attempted this time. This is the second attempt at burglary in Pine Bluffs in as many months. According to Pine Bluffs Chief of Police Justin Trout, a residence in...





Widespread snow possible Tuesday night, Wednesday morning

Confidence is growing that widespread snow and strong winds are going to occur across southeast Wyoming and Nebraska Panhandle Tuesday night into Wednesday. A cold front will move through Tuesday afternoon with very cold temperatures behind the... Full story


First snowfall of season expected

According to the Wyoming Department of Transportation, confidence is increasing for the first widespread snowfall of the season across southeast Wyoming. A mix of rain and snow will most likely begin Wednesday morning over Carbon county, and in the...

 By Polly Taylor    News    November 5, 2015

Hail Caesar

There were witches, grim reapers, princesses and even a fire dog and a John Deere tractor at Friday night's Halloween Carnival in Pine Bluffs, but one little boy, complete with a crown of olive...


Small-town life in the Cowboy State

In Wyoming, we love our small towns. From Powell to Wheatland, from Pinedale to Pine Bluffs or from Kemmerer to Sundance, and all places in-between, folks in the Cowboy state love their hometowns. I...


Charles W. Binning

Charles W. Binning, 94, of Pine Bluffs, passed away at his home Monday morning, Oct. 26, 2015. Mr. Binning was born Dec. 6, 1920, in Earlville, Iowa, a son of the late Albert L. and Edythe M. (Hunt)... Full story


Marilyn Ann Williams

Marilyn Ann Williams, 67, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Oct. 17, 2015, at Athens Regional Medical Center in Athens, Ga. She succumbed to injuries she suffered as a result of a fall she endured on Sept. 30, 2015. Marilyn was born in Nipawin,... Full story


County test of Emergency Outdoor Warning System scheduled

The Cheyenne/Laramie County Emergency Management Agency will be testing the Outdoor Warning Siren system promptly at 10 a.m. on Friday, November 6 for Pine Bluffs. The warning system will sound a steady signal for a period of one to three minutes.... Full story



My Oh My! Daddy-o is "85" His family would like to honor him with a card shower. Send cards to Charles Person, Box 626, Pine Bluffs, WY, 82082.... Full story


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... Full story

 By Polly Taylor    News    November 5, 2015

Halloween Coloring Contest Winners

Brynlee Loyd was the Kindergarten-2nd Grade winner. Tayten Zitek was the 3rd-4th Grade winner. Grace Steenbergen was the 5th-6th Grade winner. Thanks to everyone who participated!...


Lady Hornets season ends with regional losses

Last Friday, the Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets traveled to Big Horn for the 2015 2A East Regional Volleyball Tournament as the number one seed from the southeast region. In the first round, they faced...


Bowling Results

Monday Women 1. Pine Bowl 157 2. Texas Trail Market 153 3. Bluffs Vet Clinic 152 Highs Handicap game: Jo Radcliffe 273 Handicap series: Jo Radcliffe 756 Scratch game: Jo Radcliffe 222 Scratch series: Jo Radcliffe 603 Tuesday Mixed 1. Killer B’s 19...


Pawnee Coyotes advance to CHSAA 6-man playoffs

The Pawnee Coyotes steamrolled the Cotopaxi Pirates in six-man football play in Grover, Colo. last Friday. In just the first quarter of play, the Coyotes put 43 unanswered points on the board to put the game away early and had the Pirates walking...


Pawnee tops Faith Baptist, 3-2

The Pawnee Lady Coyotes volleyball team came away with a 3-2 win at districts last week against Faith Baptist. It was a great day for the Pawnee volleyball team and seniors Amy Probst and Cynthia Ash. This season has been another year of learning,...


Lady Broncs season ends at regionals

The Burns Lady Broncs went into the 2015 2A East Regional Volleyball Tournament last week as the number four seed in the southeast but they faced two opponents that proved to be too much for the varsity netters. In the first round, the Lady Broncs...

 By Mark Watson    News    November 5, 2015

No Till Notes: We're Leaking

[Editor’s Note: Mark Watson is still out of commission, recovering from surgery. This is an article he originally wrote in February of 2012, but has been ‘tweaked’ to reflect today’s wheat...


Looking Back

100 Years Ago November 11, 1915 Ford’s Turn for Sales and... Elmer, Conrad and Eric Johnson have each purchased new Ford cars. Alfred Carlstrum went to Cheyenne Wednesday morning to drive a Ford home for Henry Wisroth. Arlo Baker and W. A....


Jorge Garcia runs off the beaten path

As his high school running career wraps up, Pine Bluffs senior Jorge Garcia is certain of one thing; as personal bests and records are set in his wake, his future is right on track. Running has...


Pine Ridge Ranger District welcomes 2015 hunters

The Pine Ridge Ranger District of the Nebraska National Forests & Grasslands (NNFG) welcomes hunters for the 2015 hunting season that opens Saturday, Nov. 14. Clint Phillips, Acting Pine Ridge District Ranger said, “The Pine Ridge Ranger District...

 By Jimmie Earls    News    November 5, 2015

Dictionary Day

The Cheyenne Noon Rotary Club presented new dictionaries to Mrs. Theobald's third-grade class at Pine Bluffs Elementary School on October 29. Pictured in the front row with their new dictionaries...


Animal teeth help biologists and hunters

The hunting season is in full swing and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is again offering to help hunters who want to know the age of a harvested animal. This is done by looking at a tooth from the animal. Tooth Aging Coordinator Miranda...


Tiger muskies stocked to control sucker population

There is a new predator in Upper North Crow Reservoir, and if you are a patient and determined angler you just might catch one. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department stocked 650 tiger muskies into Upper North Crow Reservoir last week as a biological...

 By Barb Cross    News    November 5, 2015

Banner County News

Well good morning to everyone out there in news land! Hope you all have at least semi-adjusted to daylight savings time. I have not. November is here, and I am about as ready for it as I am going to...


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