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Articles from the December 9, 2021 edition

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 By Karen Lipska    News    December 9, 2021

Christmas at Home - Parade, Chili and Santa

Christmas at home was a great success - parade, food and fun. A Snowy Mountain Christmas was less than snowy but very, very cold. On December 6th Pine Bluffs kick started the Christmas season with a...

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    December 9, 2021

Burns Shepherd's Closet hosts Christmas Closet

Santa Claus came early to the Shepherd's Closet. On Saturday December 4th at 9 a. m. the Shepherd's Closet in Burns, Wyoming opened their doors and their hearts to help families have a Merry...

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    December 9, 2021

FSA 4-H delivers cookies to Pine

Sweetness was in the air on Saturday December 4th. The Future Scholars of America 4-H Club members brought in nine different varieties of cookies to package up to give away for Christmas. They went...

 

John K. Marquardt

John Keith Marquardt, age 87, passed away on November 26, 2021 at his home in Pine Bluffs, Wyoming. John was born in Scribner, Nebraska to John W Marquardt and Meta (Sievers) Marquardt, where his...

 

Leonard Charles Wiggin

Leonard Charles Wiggin was born in Burns, Wyoming at the Burns Hospital December 28, 1929 to parents Hermia and Charles Wiggin. He passed on to heaven November 26, 2021. His family farmed and ranched...

 

The Christmas Tree

What symbol says, "Christmas" to more people than the Christmas tree. Since I don't play political correctness I'll call it what it is, a Christmas tree. Be it live or artificial, green or another...

 

Additional emergency rental assistance funding opens to more wyoming renters

CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Are you struggling financially? More Wyoming households, including those homeless or without a current residence, may be eligible for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) with the recent opening up of additional federal...

 
 By Mike Heath    News    December 9, 2021

Politicians are People too

For thousands of years politicians have been held in contempt, scorn, distrust and a whole host of other negative thoughts, often well-deserved. Before the United States politicians were associated with the ruling class, the aristocracy. To maintain...

 

Remembering Dec. 7, 1941

It was December 7, 1941, and many members of the military were still sleeping in their bunks this Sunday morning, along with residents of the Pearl Harbor, Oahu area. At 07:55 the first attack hit....

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    December 9, 2021

Cake Wars at Pine Bluffs HS

Brains are working hard on the right design for Christmas to win. The students have been working on cake wars for Food Science class for a week. They work on techniques and design as a group of...

 
 By Karen Lipska    News    December 9, 2021

American Legion Post 60 celebrates with a Christmas Social at the Senior Center

The smell of delicious food was at the Pine Bluffs Senior Center on December 5th as the Donald Eisenhauer American Legion Post 60 and Auxiliary Unit 60 were having their annual Christmas Social. The...

 

Burns - Pine Bluffs Wrestling

For all the wresrling fans the 21-22 high school wrestling season is right around the corner. Coming off one of their most successful seasons the Burns/Pine Bluffs wrestling team is looking to build...

 

Broncs Basketball team eager to hit the courts

Burns High School winter sports program is just around the corner. With games and matches starting next week the teams are already heading to the gym for some pre-season workouts. Winter sports include basketball, wrestling and indoor track. Kurtis S...

 

Hornets Basketball team aim high for the season

The winter sports season is starting and the Pine Bluffs Hornets Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball teams are starting their practices this week. Coach Kimzey will again have the reigns for the Hornets. He believes that the Hornets will be the team...

 

Lady Broncs Basketball team strong with returning players

The Lady Broncs girls basketball team will have a lot of depth when they start the season. They are returning four starters to their lineup. Coach Ward said, “They are bringing back the most experience and depth since we changed to 3A. Ward also...

 

Lady Hornets Basketball team looking good for new season

The Lady Hornets will return two starters and six letter winners. Seniors Jaden Shelit and Andrea Reifschneider are the two returning starters and will be expected to lead the team. Shelit earned both All-Conference and All-State Honors a year ago...

 

Pine Bluffs Hornets receive their football awards

Rewards for hard work on November 30th for the Pine Bluffs football team fall banquet. Coach Will Gray started with what the goals was and what the team did for the year. The goal offensive was 4000...

 

Burns Broncs earn awards in football

Coach Brad Morrison was excited to get the results of the year. He wants to have a meeting before of the end of the year. The results were fresh and well deserved. To work four years and letter was great along with rare. Varsity letter winners are...

 

Burns Emma Gonzales signs with South Dakota State

One of Burns/Pine Bluffs cross country track team members has signed with South Dakota State in a division 1 league. Emma Gonzalez was recognized for her accomplishments on the cross country team....

 

Jr. High Wrestlers place at SEWAC

The Burns/Pine Bluffs High School wrestling team is still in practice but the junior team is going full steam ahead. They competed at SEWAC last weekend and did very well. Taking first place in their...

 

Tri-State Grapplers Results

P2P – God's Country - Results for TRI-STATE GRAPPLERS on 10/30/21 Ault, CO 10U 56-54 Jesse Gortney 1st Place 84-92 Jax Thurin 2nd Place 14U 86-95 Cable Botha 2nd Place   P2P – Rebel Shootout -...

 

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