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 By Zach Spadt    News    October 11, 2018 

Bringing the brains

The Pine Bluffs High School Academic Challenge Team opened their year on on high note with one of its squads placing third at their first competition of the year. Pine Bluffs' second team placed eight...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    October 11, 2018 

Pheasants Forever youth hunt planned for Nov. 10

Hunting is becoming a lost tradition, says High Plains Pheasants Forever Chapter President Dean Bowman. But it doesn’t have to be that way, he said. By getting people involved at a young age, the tradition can be kept alive for generations to come....

 

Fall Fest planned Saturday

For the better part of a decade, local organizations have businesses have come together to put on Touch a Truck and Tractor each year. Like its name implies, the event gives children a chance to see heavy equipment like tractors, fire trucks and...

 

Winterizing Your Lawn

We all know that we need to water our lawns and keep them mowed in the summer to keep that healthy well-maintained look. But what to do when winter is just around the corner? Just before winter is when we have that last, hard push to get everything...

 

Brand renewals notices

CHEYENNE; Wyoming Livestock Board will be sending out brand renewal notices to all persons owning livestock brands who are due for renewal. You can check our website to see if you are due to renew your brand this year by visiting...

 

FCCLA in Our Community

FCCLA, does it stand for? The answer is Family, Careers and Community Leaders of America. That is just FCCLA does, lead the community in striving to be a better place. Pine Bluffs High School has a...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    October 11, 2018 

United States Navy A Military Story

The year was 1775,. The Second Continental Congress of the United States passed a resolution creating the Continental Navy. At this time the Continental Navy consisted of converted merchantmen...

 

Veterans receive flu shots

Pine Bluffs Senior Center hosted a flu shot clinic for area veterans on Friday, October 5. The Veterans Hospital sent Vicki Woods out to provide flu shots to area veterans from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. The...

 

Pine Bluffs Senior Center host Christmas Craft Fair

With just a mere seventy-five days left before Christmas, the Pine Bluffs Senior Center has jumped into action with their first Christmas Craft Fair of the season. On Saturday, ten plus vendors set up their wares and goods for display at the senior...

 

Locals compete in chili contest to raise funds for Laramie Christmas Basket at Knotty Pine

The love of chili brought about fifty people to the Knotty Pine Saloon last Saturday for the first Annual Chili Cook Off, a fund raiser to benefit Laramie County Christmas Basket program. The idea beh...

 

End of the Trail Kite Festival brings people from all over

In its second year, the event attracted flyers and spectators from Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado and New Mexico. Because of the event's continued success, it is expected to become an annual occurrence...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    October 4, 2018

Town-wide power outage set for October 30 to make repairs

The lights will go out in Pine Bluffs for several hours the night of Tuesday, October 30. That’s due in part to the town’s electrical infrastructure being in desperate need of repair, town officials say. Specifically, a substation that the town...

 

Pretigious Leadersip Program

Pine Bluffs, Wyoming – Lindsay Forepaugh, the Chief Financial Officer of High West Energy, recently completed her first week as part of the prestigious Nebraska LEAD (Leadership Education/Action...

 

Megan Smith to marry John Clark Ripley III

Lucy & Ed Smith, Jr. of Carpenter, WY would like to announce the engagement of their daughter, Megan Nicole Smith, to John Clark Ripley III, son of Meg and John Ripley, Jr. of Newington, New...

 

Laramie County absentee ballot requests surpass 2010 and 2014 elections

CHEYENNE—The number of absentee ballots for the Nov. 6 General Election has already surpassed those sent in the 2010 and 2014 elections, according to Laramie County Clerk Debra Lee. Absentee and early voting started Sept. 21 and will end on Nov. 5,...

 

Lavender - The Desert Island Plant

In "The Essential Oils Handbook", Colleen Dodt called lavender oil her desert island oil. I've changed the wording a bit because the lavender plant has so many more ways to be used than just...

 

Homecoming

This year's theme was "The road trip to Victory", and that's just what it'll be. This year the boys football team is matched up against Bighorn, a rematch from state. When asked how do you feel about...

 

A Veteran Mother's Story

My father before me was a United States Air Force veteran. He served over twenty years. My time as a United States Air Force veteran was much shorter. Then came my husband, Jim, who retired at almost twenty-one years. After his retirement, our...

 

Ron Ladd and Burt Pace receive plaques for service on the Pine Bluffs Senior Center Board

Following a great lunch with a banana split, the Pine Bluffs Senior Center got down to business with their meeting and elections of new board members on September 24. The minutes were approved, as...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    September 27, 2018

Pine Bluffs Senior Center Board holds annual meeting, new members voted in

Franny Haukap will remain on the Pine Bluffs Senior Center Board. She will be joined by newcomer Sandy Bruckner. Bruckner will replace Bert Pace, who decided to step down from the board after his term ends in October. Charley Vaca, Dema Gilbert, and...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    September 27, 2018

Hornets go on road trip for homecoming week

The Pine Bluffs Hornets are road tripping to victory. Or at least that's what they're saying about their homecoming celebrations this week. On Monday students at the school were seen wearing their...

 

Harvest to Table: Pickless, Peppers and Pumpkins

As I write this article, I'm a little bit concerned about all the produce I still have in the garden. Some if it I can pick anytime before it freezes, but some may end up being lost. My greatest...

 

The New Educators in Town

Zachary Anderson "Whenever Im about to do something I think, "would an idiot do that?" and if they would I do not do that thing. - Dwight Schrute Zachary Anderson is a new math teacher at Pine Bluffs...

 

Douglas E. Provance A Veteran's Story

Douglas E. Provance was born in Trenton, Missouri on April 19,1963. "Childhood was unique for me, as I was raised by my grandparents - Harry Dale and Helen Whitney." he said, adding, "They were great...

 

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