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Articles from the November 24, 2016 edition

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 By Staff Report    News    November 24, 2016

In every thing, give thanks...

The following are "Thanksgiving Notes" written by second grade students in the district. The Pine Bluffs Post asked second grade students in the district to finish this sentence - "This Thanksgiving...

 

Cowboys playing most hectic and crazy season in UW history

During University of Wyoming home football games, War Memorial Stadium in Laramie becomes the fifth largest city in the state. And just about every one of those fans on Saturday, Nov. 19, was jumping...

 

The importance of the Affordable Care Act for rural America

National Rural Health Day brings attention to the unique challenges and opportunities for health and well-being in rural communities. As we recognize these challenges and celebrate the gains we have made in improving health in rural America, I want...

 

Watching the Watchmen

During my time in Congress, I have seen in this Administration’s policies what I consider obvious executive overreach and a blatant lack of transparency. Regardless of an administration’s party or platform, Congress is constitutionally obligated...

 

Congress passes bill to improve trail maintenance and preservation

Congress sent a bill this week to President Obama that would improve access to America’s National Forests through better trail maintenance and preservation. The National Forest System Trails Stewardship Act would make better use of existing resourc...

 

Idrys M. Davis

Idrys Marie Davis of Tahoka passed away on Thursday, November 17, 2016 at the age of 96. She was born December 24, 1919 in Cozad, NE to George and Margaret (Jackson) Pile. She married Oliver Jackson... Full story

 
 By Staff Report    News    November 24, 2016

PBHS Student Council asks for help in community projects

This holiday season the Pine Bluffs Junior-Senior High School Student Council is asking for the community’s help in two of their community service projects focused on helping those less fortunate. According to Pine Bluffs High School Student Counci...

 
 By Staff Report    News    November 24, 2016

Forms being taken for Christmas basket program

Those that know of a family or individual in need or find themselves in need may apply for a basket from the Laramie County Community Christmas food basket program. According to Pine Bluffs program director Alisha Michaud, individuals can fill out th...

 

Looking Back

100 YEARS AGO Nov. 23, 1916 A box social was to be held at the Sunnyside school house eight miles northwest of Pine Bluffs with prizes given to the prettiest lady and man with the largest feet. A. F. Ahlstrom of Gary was hauling lumber for a new...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    November 24, 2016

Banner County News

Good morning and Happy Thanksgiving to each of you! Most of us have a whole lot to be thankful for; homes, food, heat, water, friends, family and good health, just to name a few. I hope you all are...

 

Albin News

After the leaves change, or often before, the first snow falls in Albin. We all watched the leaves change, fall and blow away in a warm late year wind. Then we waited. Almost a month of open windows...

 

Local students get the acting bug

Students from Laramie County School District No. 2 presented two performances of "The Frog Prince" Friday and Saturday to a packed house at the Pine Bluffs High School Commons Area during the...

 

Hornets dish out poetic justice on regular season victors

Given their 4-4 finish last season, who knew what was in store for Hornet football fans in 2016? But it's odd how, the team that brought their season to a halt last year, Tongue River, was the same...

 

How it all started...

Getting into the state title championship game isn't something that just happens overnight and this Pine Bluffs football team knows all too well the dedication, motivation and perseverance it takes...

 

Post-season accolades for Hornet players

Pine Bluffs Senior Ruger Lewis was selected to the Casper Star Tribune's Super 25 team and was honored at a banquet Friday night at the Ramkota in Casper. This is the first time a Pine Bluffs player...

 

In their own words...

The following are congratulatory remarks and thoughts on the Pine Bluffs Hornets football team winning the Wyoming 1A State title that were submitted to the Pine Bluffs Post. As I entered the stands last Saturday, a Big Horn fan, leaving their game...

 

The team behind the team: coaching a state champion

When the clock ran out of time at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie Saturday, Nov. 12 with the Pine Bluffs Hornets leading the Tongue River Eagles 10-7, the big one - the Wyoming State 1A Class...

 

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