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COVID vaccine makes it's way to LCSD#2 staff

Kay Dersham, the school nurse for the Pine Bluffs and Burns schools, started her series of vaccines on Monday, January 11. The Pine Bluffs school staff will start receiving the first series of shots...

 

Pine Bluffs Town Council holds first meeting of 2021

On Monday night Pine Bluffs had their first town hall meeting of the year, it was also the first meeting after the approval of changing the meeting date. All Town Council meetings will now be held on the the second Monday of every month. The first...

 

2020 in review: Jul. - Dec

Published July 9 After 5,000 gallons of sanitizer, Pine Bluffs Distilling going strong with spirits After making nearly 5,000 gallons of sanitizer, Pine Bluffs Distilling is back to its normal operations, making unique vodka, whiskey, bourbon and...

 

Temporary Federal Accountability changes open for public comment

CHEYENNE – Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wyoming Department of Education seeks public comment on temporary changes to its federal accountability plan. Public comment is being accepted from January 8-25, 2021. A summary of the changes, copy of...

 

Calling all Wyoming 4th and 5th Graders to participate in the 2021 Arbor Day poster contest!

Wyoming State Forestry Division and Wyoming Project Learning Tree (WY PLT) are teaming up again this year to hold the annual Wyoming State Arbor Day poster contest. This year Wyoming will celebrate its 133rd Arbor Day. The contest is open to all...

 

Zonta Club of Cheyenne seeking applicants for $1,000

Jane M. Klausman - Women in Business Scholarship The Zonta Club of Cheyenne is currently accepting applications for their Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship. The Club offers this $1,000 scholarship to a woman of any age, pursuing an...

 

Fertilizer Basics

It does seem like an odd time to talk about fertilizers. There’s still snow on the ground, the wind is howling, Christmas is only five days away as I write this, and you’re probably like me, not at all interested in garden or lawn care right now....

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    January 14, 2021 

"taps.." A Veteran Story

Many have heard it, and for many, it is a emotionally choking moment, with tears that will silently fall, as the tune is played. Understanding it's origin, and why it is played goes to the heart of...

 

PPP Re-opens, SBA Rural Director encourages small businesses to apply

DENVER – The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), in consultation with the Treasury Department, today re-opened the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) for new borrowers and certain existing PPP borrowers. To promote access to capital in...

 

Wyoming Bean Commission accepting nominations for Board Positions

CHEYENNE (1/6/21) - The Wyoming Bean Commission is accepting nominations for the following positions: two (2) grower members and one (1) handler member. The grower positions may be filled by any Wyoming resident that has grown, or caused to be grown...

 

Wyoming Wilderness Association welcomes JJ McGinnis as Communications and Development Director

Wyoming Wilderness Association (WWA) is thrilled to announce the hiring of JJ McGinnis as Director of Communications and Development. A proud graduate of Sheridan College and the University of...

 

Curtis shares high hopes for Town of Pine Bluffs

As every good mayor should, Alan Curtis, the Mayor of Pine Bluffs, has quite the plans for the little town. Some short term, some long term, and even some wishes for the upcoming year(s). Some of his...

 

Govenor Gordon welcomes new Staff Member

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Mark Gordon announced the addition of a new staff member today, as Olivia Sanchez has joined his office as scheduler. Sanchez comes to the Gordon administration from the...

 

2020 in review: Jan. - June

Published Jan. 9 NEW LAW ON TITLES CHEYENNE: Joint owner of a vehicle? New law on titles issued after Jan. 1 may affect you If two owners are listed on a vehicle title, who can sell the vehicle? According to the Laramie County Clerk, the answer depen...

 

New federal rule extends odometer disclosure requirements to 20 years

LARAMIE COUNTY CLERK: If you are selling or buying a vehicle model year 2011 or newer, the Laramie County Clerk’s office wants you to know about a new federal odometer disclosure rule that takes effect January 1, 2021. Vehicles of model years 2011...

 

Pine Bluffs Senior Center Weekly Bingo Winners

Game 1 Edna Hickman Game 2 Richard Fornstrom Game 3 Walt Niles Game 4 Walt Niles Game 5 Glenn Romig Game 6 Glenn Romig Game 7 Richard Fornstrom Game 8 Walt Niles Game 9 Mary Lyons Blackout Glenn Romig & Edna Hickman...

 

Starting plants from Seeds

This year has already been pretty strange as far as the weather goes. It's January and nearly tee shirt weather. One day it seems like we're really going to have a good winter, snow and all, then the...

 

The Military Challenge Coin A Veteran's Story

The Origin of Military Challenge Coins The most commonly held view is that the tradition of the military coin began in the United States Army Air Service (a forerunner of the current United States Air...

 
 By USDA Release    News    January 7, 2021

USDA announces continuation of the Farmers to Families Food Box Program, Fifth Round of Food Purchases

(Washington, D.C., January 4, 2021) – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will purchase an additional $1.5 billion worth of food for nationwide distribution through the Farmers to Families...

 

The Bureau of Land Management issues decision for Converse County Oil and Gas Project

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Today, the Bureau of Land Management issued a decision that could generate billions of dollars for the American public and will strengthen domestic energy production and independence. The Record of Decision for the Converse County...

 

Pine Bluffs wakes to a fresh blanket of snow

The residents of Pine Bluffs woke up Tuesday, December 29 to a frigid snowfall with temperatures dipping into the teens in the early morning hours. This was not the most snow the area has seen,...

 

Pine Bluffs Lions Club recipient of community donation

The Points West Community Branch President Scott Vasko recently awarded the Pine Bluff Lions Club with a generous donation for their community help fund. This donation will be used to help with their...

 

New Years Safety

With New year's almost literally right around the corner some people may be planning what to do on New year's Eve. Some may stay indoors with their close family others maybe planning a night out at the bar. Regardless of your plans there are always...

 

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