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Hour of Code catapults local students into the 21st century

Governor Mark Gordon, State Superintendent Jillian Balow, Educational Policy Advisor Lachelle Brant, and our own Superintendent Jon Abrams joined forces on Tuesday evening with local teacher Sara...

 

Pine Bluffs Town Council discusses truck parking in town

Concern over truck parking was a topic of the Tuesday evening town council meeting this week as a resident addressed the possibility of introducing an ordinance to better regulate semi truck parking...

 

Spring Planting is upon us

Spring is nearly here and, if you haven't planned your garden yet, you're behind the eight ball. In other words, it's nearly time for seeds to start going into the soil. There's a lot of preparation...

 

AirPod Users be Like.........

Everyone in today's day and age knows about Apple's wireless earbuds, AirPods. While airpods are nice and efficient for the newest generation of iPhone's, there may also be some cons, such as...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    January 23, 2020 

Wyoming sister Veterans make Wyoming History

Sisters Judy Brayton and Joyce Hopkins were born ten months apart and when they were young, their parents split. Brayton remained in Wyoming, while sister Joyce moved away to Norfolk, Virginia....

 

Flower arranging taught at Pine Bluffs Library

In conjunction with the holiday rush, last month the library cancelled its normal book club meeting and held a flower arranging class for those that were interested. Local resident Jane Baker, who...

 

"Women Rising" 4th Annual Women's March

The theme for the fourth annual Women's March was "Women Rising". A platform for women to talk about the issues that they face including, but not limited to: reproductive rights, women's issues, LGBTQ...

 

New year brings down old business making way for new one

Pine Bluffs is seeing the end of the first business to open its doors on Parsons St. Anyone driving up the street today would have seen a hollowed out shell of a building that used to be the Sinclair....

 

Burns Town Council discusses building permits and ambulance calls increase

The Burns town council meeting opened with several requests for building permits as the weather allows residents to add on and upgrade. Ambulance director Jeff Bartels reports that there were 181 call...

 

Elderberry - Uses and Benefits

I’ve heard of elderberry all my life, but I’ve never paid any attention to it until recently when I began to learn of some of its medicinal properties. All I’d heard before was how good elderberry wine is. I’ve never tasted it and, as far as...

 

New Year Clean Up By Recently Developed High School Club

Pine Bluffs High School has initiated a new club called Environmental Club. Members like to call themselves the Pollution Police. While this is a fairly new club, there are roughly 20 current...

 

Missile training brings troops to Wyoming

A normal day working for the paper can be dull at times, but every once in a while I get the opportunity to do something really unique. Master Sergeant Ben Smith, Sergeant Michael Watson, and Tech...

 

Traditional Naturopath comes to Pine Bluffs to help find healing naturally

In a new day when people are searching for new and healthier ways to combat things like stress, loss of energy, and common ailments many are turning to a more natural approach to healthier living....

 

A Scouting Minute...Spotlight on a Scout

Spotlighting scout this month is Scout Mason Rabou. Rabou is in his second year as a Scout and a member of the "Wolf" pack. He is activie in all scouting activities, and has worked hard on learning th...

 

Town Council holds first meeting of the New Year and Decade 2020

The first meeting of the new year for the Pine Bluffs town council was short and sweet, giving all council members a chance to head home early for the evening. Council unanimously approved a request...

 

New law effects vehicle title and sales

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 depends on when the title was issued...

 

Wyoming employers have until Jan. 29 to appeal Unemployment Insurance rates

CHEYENNE – The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services released its minimum Unemployment Insurance tax rate, and employers can view their Unemployment Insurance tax rates online at wyui.wyo.gov. Due to the positive health of the UI Trust Fund,...

 

Garlic - Not just for Taste

When I was a kid, my mother tried to keep me away from garlic because she said it would give me “bad breath”. It didn’t matter that it was good and made a dull dish exciting. It was all about breath to her. But, people have added garlic to...

 

Bake Off with Student Council

On December 19, 2019, the Pine Bluffs High School hosted the first Christmas Dessert Bake-off! Participants baked goods in four different categories, cakes, pies, cookies, and healthy entries.... Full story

 

Vietnam Peace Day

As with any war there comes an end... a day of peace. January 27, 1973 was a day that the United States, South Vietnam, Viet Cong and North Vietnam would sign the Paris Peace Accords, which created the end of America's involvement in the Vietnam...

 
 By Ned Keenan    News    January 9, 2020

Keenan - Howard Reunion held

Keenan - Howard Reunion on August 3rd-5th, 2019 A Keenan Howard Reunion occurred in Pine Bluffs and Cheyenne around the Trail Days Celebration. The gathering was event filled with family members enjoy... Full story

 

Terry Bison Ranch a rich history since 1881

In 1881 a prominent Cheyenne citizen named Charles Terry purchased over 300,000 acres that is known today as the Terry Bison Ranch. Four short years later Wyomings first territorial governor, F. E....

 

Pine Bluffs Lions bring Santa to town

The Lions Club continues to volunteer their time throughout town, and the Christmas season is no exception. Bob and Diane Lyons, with the help of principal Andrea Verosky managed to talk Santa into...

 

Enzi surprises Veterans at the VA for Christmas

Senator Mike Enzi surprised staff, visitors and patients at the Cheyenne Veterans Medical Center and Hospital on Monday to wish all the Veterans and those who serve a "Very Merry Christmas!" "This...

 

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