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Pine Bluffs Town Council approves rate increase for town's garbage system

Monday night's town council meeting opened with a discussion of resolution 2019-08, the garbage rate adjustment that was introduced several weeks ago. As mentioned in previous articles, the garbage...

 

Bullying: Part 2 Small town difference

Small town life is idyllic for some. The quiet, the clean air, and the friendly neighbors are an attraction for some, but what does that lifestyle look like for someone who is being bullied. In this second part of my series on bullying I will be...

 

Stag Arms announces Wyoming as its New Home

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Mark Gordon announced today that firearms manufacturing company Stag Arms LLC will be relocating to Cheyenne, Wyoming by the end of the year. The relocation is the latest move by a firearm company opting to take advantage...

 

Thanksgiving

One of the more important holidays of the year occurs next week...Thanksgiving Day. Started by a proclamation by President George Washington in 1789, this day was intended to be a national day of...

 

Pine Bluffs Jr. High Wrestling

The Junior High wrestlers for the 2019 school year are doing some great things. There are many students from Pine Bluffs that are participating in wrestling this year. There are 14 students this...

 

Todd Fornstrom elected to fourth term as Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation President

LARAMIE, Nov. 15, 2019-Todd Fornstrom, of Laramie County, was elected to his fourth term as President of the Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation (WyFB) at the organization's 100th annual meeting in...

 

Holiday Spirit campaign aims to keep memories of loved ones alive

A community-wide effort to honor loved ones with a “Gift of Love” and help provide improved local health care kicks off next week in Pine Bluffs. The Kimball Hospital Foundation is raising funds for new digital X-ray equipment at the Pine Bluffs...

 

Turkey Fun: a prelude to Thanksgiving!

Our favorite library ladies, Mary and Molly once again created a fun atmosphere for Pine Bluffs young ones at the library on Tuesday for Turkey Fun. A scavenger hunt, a turkey punch, bingo, and...

 

Thursday Fun Day at the Library: Zoo animals

This weeks Thursday Fun Day was filled with giant elephants and other zoo animals that local kiddos could craft and mimic throughout the hour. Library worker Molly Williams entertained the kids with...

 

A Scouting Minute.....

What is Scouting for Food? Scouting for Food is an annual food drive sponsored by The Boys Scouts of America. It is part of our program that emphasizes our slogan "Do a Good Turn Daily". Since 1988,...

 

Pine Bluffs Drive In Movie Cardboard Car Style

The Pine Bluffs Recreation Department held their Texas Trail Drive-In Movie Night this last Thursday and it was a huge success! Children who left last week with taped up cardboard boxes showed up on...

 

Stand Down for Homeless Veterans and Homeless

Serving your country comes with an honor. However, there was a time our Veterans were not hailed as heroes, not protectors of our country and more. VietnamVeterans came home to a country that openly...

 

Veterans honored at American Legion, and Pine Bluffs High School

Originally known as Armistice Day, Veteran’s Day is the anniversary of the signing of the truce that ended the fighting during World War I in 1918. In 1926 Armistice Day became an official holiday. Many years later on June 1, 1954, the name was cha...

 

Pine Bluffs holds Census meeting for the first CCC training

Partnership Specialist for the Dallas Regional Census Center Stephanie Freeman was at the town hall this evening for the first meeting of the Complete Count Committee (CCC) for the 2020 census. For...

 

Burns Town Council discuss parking and snow removal

Burns Town Council opened with a discussion of resident parking issues. With the winter weather just around the corner there is some concern with people who park large vehicles and trailers on the city right of ways which makes plowing difficult at...

 

Growing Culinary herbs

Last week I started to write about herbs, thinking I was writing about culinary herbs. Especially those that can be grown in the house and used fresh. Somehow the story took a turn and ended up on medicinal herbs. This week I’m going to try to rect...

 

Still a Great season & a Great group of girls

This past weekend the Pine Bluffs volleyball team went to the 2A state championship. The girls had a pretty outstanding season winning a handful of tournaments including regionals. They ended their...

 

American Legion Auxiliary Veteran's support organization

Sunday, November 10, 2019, marked the 100th anniversary of the American Legion Auxiliary. Founded in 1919, the Auxiliary's mission is to "Support the American Legion and to honor the sacrifice of...

 

Five Pine Bluffs FFA members earn Degrees

The Pine Bluffs FFA is proud to announce that five former members have received their American Degree through the National FFA. this is the highest degree that the National FFA Organization offers. This degree shows the member’s dedication to...

 

Town Council discusses importance of census and trash service increase

Monday nights town council meeting stressed the importance, once again, of the upcoming census. With so much of government funding based on population, Mayor Curtis feels that it is vital to make sure that everyone in Pine Bluffs is counted. The...

 

Bullying: no longer just physical now virtural

The dictionary defines bullying as “To seek to harm, intimidate, or coerce someone perceived as vulnerable.” With that in mind, in this series we will take a look at some of the ways that young people are bullying each other. The first part of...

 

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