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Harvest

Harvest is here and I'm running late. That seems to be the norm anymore. My entire life I've made a point to be on time and now I always seem to be late for everything. Is that the real benefit of...

 

Crop Insurance deadline nears in Montana, North Dakota, and Wyoming

BILLINGS, Mont., Sept. 4, 2020 — USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA) reminds producers of fall-planted crops in Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming to apply for crop insurance coverage for the 2021 crop year before the September 30...

 

A word from the Principal

We are going into our third week, and knock on wood things seem to be going smooth. The students are adjusting to the newness of all the changes, and we all seem to be hitting our stride. A couple of quick hitters for the week ahead that came out of...

 

American Legion Auxiliary Juniors

The American Legion Auxiliary (ALA) is a community of volunteers serving veterans, military, and their families. Our members also support the mission of The American Legion in improving the quality...

 

Homeschoolers to hold science fair, see increased interest

Staci Merideth, her two children, and other homeschoolers and community members will be holding their second annual science fair in Pine Bluffs in January 2021, with Merideth noting an increased interest across all their activities during COVID-19...

 

Pine Bluffs couple getting new flooring after unexpected windfall

Pine Bluffs – A Pine Bluffs family is in the process of getting new floors for their home thanks to a $4,071.12 check coming from the Unclaimed Property Division of the Wyoming State Treasurer's...

 

Laramie County Library System awarded grant to extend WIFI access in rural branches

CHEYENNE: Laramie County Library System was awarded the Public Library Association and Microsoft Corporation’s “Public WiFi Access Micro Grant.” The grant was created to provide libraries in rural localities with the needed hardware to expand...

 

Local police officer brings revamped DARE program to Pine Bluffs

Pine Bluffs Police Officer Rodney Kemp completed the new DARE certification course on Aug. 7, which he says focuses more on instilling responsible decision making as students get older. "Our intent...

 

Resiliency in Pine Bluffs potato storage

Buildings are usually consistent, in structure that is. Under new management, grand opening, for rent, and foreclosure signs will don their fronts cyclically as a reflection of market downturns, dream...

 

Burns High School welcomes new teachers and staff

Burns High School has hired three new teachers and two new staff members for the 2020-2021 year. Caleb Green is Burns High School's new ag teacher and FFA advisor. Green moved from the Sheridan area...

 

Summer recreation recap

Pine Bluffs Recreation managed to host a variety of activities this summer, albeit with increased safety precautions due to COVID-19. One of the first activities held was a parking lot tailgate party in May where participants could tune into the...

 

PBHS Sweeter addresses sports activities

Good morning, With our first contest a week away we are going to get out the latest information in regards to attending athletic competitions.  Please remember that all of these are precautions in order to help ensure that our student athletes get...

 

Aerial Mosquito Larvaciding to start

The Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department in conjunction with the Cheyenne Weed and Pest Department will begin the first round of aerial larvacide work on the week of August 24, 2020. Fixed wing aircraft will fly the major drainage areas of...

 

Wyoming unemployment falls to 7.1 % in July 2020

The Research & Planning section of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services reported today that the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell from 7.6% in June to 7.1% in July. Wyoming’s unemployment rate peaked at 9.6% in April and...

 

My Wilderness Trek

A few months ago I was reminiscing about the days I would spend hiking in the mountains. I never hiked to get to a particular place, unless I was hunting, and even then I would often just stop and...

 

American Legion Auxiliary Unit 60 delivers school supplies

In keeping an eight year tradition, the members of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 60, Pine Bluffs have gathered school supplies and delivered them to the Pine Bluffs Elementary School. "We do...

 

Helping Veterans "Veterans' Rock"

Not all who help Veterans are Veterans...but there is a strong tie there. Thus, we have the new "Veterans' Rock". Members of Veterans Voluntary Services have joined together and formed the new...

 

New restaurant opening in Pine Bluffs

Sadie's Café LLC expects to have a soft opening Sept. 19 in preparation for a grand opening the first week of October. Jeannie, Jack, and Matt Hockersmith have finished construction on their new...

 

Record breaking county fair

Pine Bluffs High School and Burns High School attended this year's Laramie County Fair, held around the beginning of August, which saw the FFA sale bring in nearly $20,000 more than last year and 4H...

 

Lummis wins and incumbents hold their ground

Former Rep. Cynthia Lummis has won the Republican primary for Wyoming’s U.S. Senate seat vacated by Sen. Mike Enzi’s retirement. Lummis retired from Wyoming’s single U.S. House seat in 2017 and has since become a party favorite for the U.S....

 

Pine Bluffs Distilling releases Hand Sanitizer inspired Vodka and new Bourbon

On Friday, Aug. 14 Pine Bluffs Distilling released a remade vodka inspired by its hand sanitizer recipe along with its first 2-year-old straight bourbon whiskey, said co-owner and founder Chad Brown....

 
 By Jim Angell    News    August 20, 2020

Hemp producer relieved by judge's ruling

A pioneer in Wyoming's fledgling hemp industry accused of growing marijuana for distribution is praising the circuit court judge who dismissed the charges against his mother and him. "We're relieved...

 

Longtime Albin resident Bertha Sandberg turns 100

Bertha Sandberg was born September 8, 1920, at the family farm in Banner County, Nebraska, to Floyd Leland Barrett and Minnie Mae Reed Barrett. She attended grade school in a one-room schoolhouse in...

 

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