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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... Full story

 

Veteran Day Events in the local area

Veteran’s Day is Monday, November 11. Many organizations, agencies and schools have Veterans Day programs. In Pine Bluffs, the Donald Eisenhauer American Legion Post 60 will have a Veterans Day ceremony at the Pine Bluffs Cemetery at 10 a.m. on...

 

Herbs and Medicinal Uses

I've pretty much shut down the greenhouse for the year now that we've had a couple of really cold periods of weather. During the day it would heat up just perfect and at night it still stays about 25...

 

Town Facebook Page

An article was published in the newspaper a couple weeks ago concerning a Town Facebook page. They haven’t come to a conclusion on the discussion yet. There are a lot of reasons why the issue hasn’t been determined yet, but the main reason is bec...

 

WAC competition sends Pine Bluffs home in first place

After a first place small school finish in Rock Springs at EWCC, the PBHS WAC team continues to impress. This weekend at LCCC in Cheyenne, there were 14 teams present representing 8 different Wyoming...

 

Wyoming Veteran's Commission has new director- Tim Sheppard

After putting forty years in with the Army, what could make an old soldier like Tim Sheppard come out of retirement? The kind of job that allows a veteran to take care of other vets. The new...

 

Burns Town Council discuss water, water damage, and local ambulance service

Hard water and roof leaks were topics of the last Burns Town Council meeting. In a unanimous decision, the council voted to purchase a water softener for the community center in hopes of saving wear and tear on the dishwasher. Town Clerk Toni...

 

Enzi introduces amendment aimed at streamlining housing programs

Washington, D.C. – In an effort to make housing programs more efficient and effective, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., introduced an amendment to a Senate appropriations bill that would require certain agencies to review federal housing programs fo...

 

Kathy Emmons new Executive Director for Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department

CHEYENNE, Wyo - The Cheyenne-Laramie County Board of Health announced that Kathy Emmons will be the new Executive Director for the Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department. Kathy comes to us from...

 

Flowers in Winter

The days are cold The wind starts to blow Colors will pale All is snow But not necessarily. We can’t stop the days from getting cold or the wind from blowing or even the snow from coming down. Yes, the colors outside may pale, but all isn’t...

 

Mike Cooke A Veteran Story

A strong family history going back to World War II, may have been a hidden drive with Mike Cooke to join the military, but he claims the Marine recruiter had a better sales pitch than the colleges he...

 

Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween is fast approaching and we here at the Pine Bluffs Post want to see all of our readers have a safe and happy Halloween. That being said here are some things to keep in mind as your little ones prepare for trick or treating this Thursday eve...

 

Pine Bluffs Senior Center offers many programs to all

The Pine Bluffs Senior Center hosted the annual craft fair again this last Saturday, and turn out was a little low, but not to worry as there are still two more fairs before Christmas. A few of the...

 

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