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University of Wyoming signs four new "Pokes"

University of Wyoming admissions officers Katie Watson and Richard Ward came Wednesday morning bearing gifts for their four prospects signees. Pine Bluffs High School seniors signing their letters of...

 
 News    May 16, 2019 

Senior pranks top the day

Senior prank day at the Pine Bluffs high school went off without a hitch, and this years senior hijinks were ones for the record books. All done in good fun, the seniors made their presence known to...

 

Weather spotter training

The National Weather Service (NWS) in Cheyenne offered weather spotter training at the Pine Bluffs town hall on May 7th. This training was devised to help local residents understand what to watch for when dealing with severe weather. Oftentimes in...

 

Randall, Walls and Barker win awards in District 6 Department of Wyoming American Legion

American Legion Pine Bluffs post 60 Commander John Wise presented three Pine Bluffs recipients district awards in a ceremony conducted at the post on Wednesday, May 9th. The Donald Eisenhauer...

 

The Art of Pruning

I've always been a little bit envious of those people with the beautifully manicured yards. Especially the trees and shrubs. I know I'll never have that because it just doesn't fit my lifestyle or...

 

PBHS Track

Pine Bluffs High School held a field extravaganza featuring jumping and throwing events, on Thurday May 2nd. There were three teams from other schools, Cheyenne East, Burns, and Niobrara County...

 
 News    May 16, 2019 

Armed Forces Day

Among the many military holidays celebrated each year is Armed Forces Day. Celebrated the third Saturday in May, Armed Forces Day falls during Military Appreciation Month and joins Memorial Day,...

 
 News    May 16, 2019 

Burns Spring Concert

Monday, May 13th Burns junior high and high school band and choir hosted their final performance. Burns teacher Anne Scatz directed the students who were accompanied by Becky Maress. A variety of...

 

Herman and Shmidl enlist in Wyoming National Guard

Two young men decided to be all they could be this morning at an official signing of intent to enlist in the Wyoming National Guard upon graduation. As parents Teresa and David Herman and Ana and Shaw...

 

Big Boy 4014 and Living Legend 844 run again

In 1868 a small out of the way spot was designated Rock Ranch. It was made up of a tent, a slab shack with a chimney, and one square shed. One year later this would become Pine Bluffs. By 1884 Pine...

 

Cushing honored at town council meeting

Rosemary Henry from the Wyoming Municipal Power Agency stopped by the Pine Bluffs town council meeting last night to present our own Bill Cushing with a certificate of appreciation for his tireless...

 
 News    May 9, 2019

USDA accepting applications to help cover producers' cost for Organic Certification

WASHINGTON, May 6, 2019 – USDA's Farm Service Agency (FSA) announced that organic producers and handlers can apply for federal funds to assist with the cost of receiving and maintaining organic cert...

 

FBLA Seeks Sponsors

On behalf of Pine Bluffs High School's Future Business Leaders of America, I would like to invite you to become a sponsor contributing to the attendance of an FBLA member at the 2019 National FBLA Leadership Conference held in San Antonio, TX, June...

 

May - Military Appreciation Month

Since the birth of this great country America’s men and women have sacrificed life and limb for her freedom. No matter when or where millions have answered the call and defended the freedoms that we enjoy on a daily basis. The month of May is set...

 
 News    May 9, 2019

Mother's day notes

nual holiday celebrated on the second Sunday in May. Mother's Day recognizes mothers, motherhood and maternal bonds in general, as well as the positive contributions that they make to society. It was...

 

2019 Burns High School Prom "A Night of a Thousand Lights"

The junior class of Burns high school presented "A Night of a Thousand Lights" on Saturday, May 4th at the Historic Atlas Theater. Teens danced the night away to songs arranged by Burn's resident...

 
 News    May 2, 2019

Arbor Day

Students were given a short program on the origin of Arbor Day and the benefits of trees. After the planting of a Sensation Maple tree in the city park, they enjoyed cake pops and water for...

 

Burns FFA attends State FFA Convention

Several members of the Burns FFA Chapter attended the State FFA Convention held in Cheyenne and was recognized for several accomplishments. The chapter was recognized as a Gold Emblem 3 Star Chapter...

 
 News    May 2, 2019

Wyoming School Nurse of the Year Kay Dersham

This years Wyoming School Nurse Association (WSNA) School Nurse of the Year is our own Kay Dersham. A 1981 graduate of the University of Wyoming, Kay was the first school nurse in the Laramie County...

 

Ask a Master Gardener: 2019 Home & Garden Show

Another Home and Garden show is "in the can". All said and done for what I felt was a very, and I mean VERY, hectic and fun weekend. The Master Gardeners staffed a booth just so we could provide...

 

The State of Art in Wyoming is Great

The Wyoming State Art Educators Association recently held its 51st Annual Wyoming State Art Symposium. There are thousands of pieces of art from students ranging from 9th to 12th grade from all...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    May 2, 2019

Terry L. Romig A Veteran's Story

Terry L. Romig was born on March 5, 1956 in Independence, Kansas to parents Delbert Romig and Bonnie Paniagua. He was one of nine children, and one of five boys. While he spent much time between Kansa...

 

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