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New use for oil production byproduct water to make history in Pine Bluffs

Encore Green Environmental plans to hold the first U.S. land application of cleaned produced water in Pine Bluffs, Wyo. on Tuesday, Sept. 29 at 2 p.m., a historic solution for the oil production...

 

Pine Bluffs Distillery launches new whiskey, prepares for rebrand

Pine Bluffs Distilling released a peach whiskey, its first ever fruit infused whiskey, on Saturday, Sept. 19 as its last release before a rebrand launch party planned for Nov. 21. "We've tried a...

 

Wyoming Unemployment falls to 6.6% in August 2020

CHEYENNE: The Research & Planning section of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services reported today that the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell from 7.1% in July to 6.6% in August. Wyoming’s jobless rate has decreased in...

 

Trees and shrubs vs. cold weather

Our first cold snap of the year has now come and gone. If I was a betting man, I would have lost the bet. I told several people that I didn't believe it would snow here. In the higher elevations,...

 

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...

 

Hornet's Buzz

The long awaited football season is finally here! The boys had their first practice last week, and you bet they are putting their heart and sweat out there to be better everyday. Football is a really...

 

Survey to determine future traffic laws in Pine Bluffs

Pine Bluffs Police Department has initiated a survey through the State of Wyoming for the University of Wyoming to assess Pine Bluffs traffic volume and speed limits over the next few months, with...

 

Deep well project moves forward, council establishes stance on alleyway

Councilmembers approved a resolution for a deep well project and established a hands-off approach regarding a dispute over the alley shared by the new hotel and neighboring businesses at the town...

 

New cafe in Pine Bluffs delays opening

Sadie's Cafe LLC has cancelled their soft opening planned for Saturday, Sept. 19 due compliance and construction issues that are currently being addressed, said Jeannie Hockersmith, co-founder. "We...

 

Extensions granted for driver licenses, IDs additional time given for renewals

Multiple options available for citizens to renew licenses and IDs Residents who have driver licenses and identification cards that will soon be expiring will have additional time to renew. Although WYDOT’s Driver Services offices are open and servi...

 

Food Preservation

So last night we had our first freeze of the season. I have to admit I was surprised that it actually snowed, although we had very little at my place. Mostly we had sleet. I tried to get into the shop...

 

Kite festival to wrap up the summer

Pine Bluffs will hold its 4th annual End of The Trail Kite Festival on Saturday, Sept. 26 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Bluffs Recreation Area, with free kites given to the first 100 attendees under 14 years old. Professional kite fliers from the...

 

USDA Designates Two Wyoming Counties as Primary Natural Disaster Areas

Emergency Support to Producers in Surrounding Counties/Border State Also Available WASHINGTON, Sept. 14, 2020 — Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue designated two Wyoming counties as primary natural disaster areas. Producers in Campbell and...

 

Gary Ray Hobbs A Veteran Story

Gary Ray Hobbs was born in Wheatland Wyoming August of 1963, to Larry and Carrie Hobbs. My Mother passed away suddenly in November of last year. (2 Older Sisters) Trina Miller of Wheatland and Evelyn...

 

Health Orders extended, restrictions on Indoor contact sports lifted

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Mark Gordon has announced that Wyoming’s Public Health Orders have been extended an additional two weeks through Sept. 30. One change has been made to Order No. 1, which now permits indoor close-contact group activities...

 

Wyoming Army National Guard activated to assist with California wildfires

CHEYENNE, Wyo. - The Wyoming Army National Guard's G Company, 2nd Battalion, 211th Aviation Regiment was activated by Gov. Mark Gordon yesterday to provide support for firefighting efforts in California. One UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter and four crew...

 

Poker run held to benefit local fire victims

The Red Knights Motorcycle Club Nebraska Chapter 4, a club composed of fire service members and their families, held its 7th annual poker run on Saturday, Sept. 12th to raise money for local victims...

 

Resignations follow failure of senior citizens nutrition program in Burns

Laramie County Senior Services Advisory Board President Jim Clark, and board member Kari Clark, have resigned after Senior Services Director Erin LeBlanc and Cheyenne Housing Authority Executive...

 

New mural breaks ground downtown

Construction began last week in preparation for a new mural on the back side of the library, completing the background section for Larry Silvey's Pine Bluffs Veterans Memorial and Community Plaza...

 

Fundraising has gone to the dogs

Pine Bluffs Distilling held its second annual corgi derby on Saturday, Sept. 5 as a fundraiser for the Cheyenne Animal Shelter. "We care for about 6000 animals a year," said Sue Castaneda, Cheyenne...

 

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