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Council looks at options for town buildings

Council looks at options for town buildings

Several properties owned by the Town of Pine Bluffs are scheduled to be either torn down, repaired or put up for bid for sale. Bids were recently opened by the Pine Bluffs Town Council and the lowest ...

Lang completes training

On December 9, 2016, Kelby Lang, a 2007 graduate of Pine Bluffs High School, graduated from Echo Company, 2nd Battalion, and 58th Infantry Regiment of Fort Benning, Georgia. Upon completion of the...

Don't run the gates

As winter weather continues to impact many Wyoming highways, with some leading to highway closures, a recent event on South Pass between Farson and Lander highlights why it is important to heed the road closures. On January 11th, the Wyoming...

Pine Bluffs Police Department Blotter

Between January 7-16, 2017, the Pine Bluffs Police Department responded to the following incidents: 2 assaults - reports were taken and citations issued 3 traffic stops 1 juvenile out of control at the elementary school 1 report of domestic...

Wyoming Beef Council issues 30-Day Protein Challenge

Join the Wyoming Beef Council in the 30-Day Protein Challenge, a free, fun, step-by-step way to get a balanced amount of protein at each meal. Visit www.wybeef.com to join the Protein Challenge and...

Collins is new reporter for The Post

The Pine Bluffs Post hired Gary Collins as a news reporter Monday, January 15. Collins comes to us from Arizona where he lived for 40 years. He graduated from Northern Arizona University (NAU) with a ...

The search is on for Mrs. Pine Bluffs

Sheree Cooke, Executive State Director for the Mrs. Wyoming Pageant, states the pageant is seeking applicants for the title of Mrs. Pine Bluffs. Once selected, the lucky lady will advance on to represent her community in the 2017 Mrs. Wyoming...

2nd Quarter Honor Roll Pine Bluffs Elementary School

All A's: 4th Grade: Ethan Bomberger, Travis Lerwick, Merina Theobald 5th Grade: Jasmin Becerra, KayLea Bymer, Hanine Davis, Jasmin Garcia, Emily Haas, Taylor McCollum, Nathan Paice, Tayten Zitek 6th Grade: Alex Flores, Abby Gray, Miranda Michiaels,...

Albin News

Some people are superstitious. I know of a man who stopped his car, got a broom and swept a black cat off his path so he wouldn’t have to drive where the cat walked. The only thing strange about...

Regulations for disabled hunters updated, new requirements

Hunters planning for their 2017 season should be aware of changes to Wyoming Game and Fish Commission Regulation Chapter 35, Hunting Permit Regulations for Persons with Disabilities. “The new changes modify existing regulations to correspond more...

Broncs win at Lusk; fall to Mitchell and Glenrock

The Burns Broncs had a heavy schedule last week and they put a lot of miles in, traveling to both Mitchell, Neb. and Lusk. At Mitchell The week of action started in Mitchell, Neb. last Tuesday. The...

Grapplers place 6th in Torrington; prep for Dogger Invitational

The Burns-Pine Bluffs wrestling team traveled to Torrington last week and came home with a sixth-place win. Here’s a complete breakdown of individual results: Match #1 Round 1: Laramie defeated Burns 56-24 132 - Ryder Gill (Laramie) over Tate...

Lady Hornets take down Glenrock

The Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets played just one game last week but it was another big step toward defending their 2A state crown. The team traveled to Glenrock last Saturday and came away with a 50-36 win to improve to 11-0. Pine Bluffs got out to a...

Romsa named Chadron State football offensive MVP

Travis Romsa of Burns was named Chadron State College football team offensive MVP at their awards ceremony on December 3. Romsa, a red shirt sophomore, started all season at right tackle. He helped...

Champion Hornets keep rolling along

It was a light week of action on the hardwood for the Pine Bluffs Hornets as they had just one contest last week where they doubled up Glenrock, 56-28. With the win, the defending 2A state champs improved to 11-0 on the season. “We played with...

Lady Coyotes fall to Prairie Mustangs

The Pawnee Lady Coyote basketball team traveled to play the Prairie Mustangs, Friday Jan 13, falling 45-19. Coach Janelle Robinson stated, “Our game against Prairie was a well fought one. Prairie has a great team and I was proud of my Lady...

Lady Broncs go 1-2 on the road

The Burns Lady Broncs were on the road all last week, starting the action in Mitchell, Neb. on January 10, where they fell 68-17. The Lady Broncs rebounded on Friday with a 33-22 win over Glenrock,...

Rising from the plains describes state's geology

Re-reading an old favorite book is much like renewing an acquaintance with an old friend. The experience is rewarding and fulfilling. This happened to me recently when I picked up John McPhee’s...

Senate clears the way for fast track repeal of Obamacare

The United States Senate recently approved a resolution, S. Con. Res. 3, which clears the way for consideration of legislation that would fast track repeal of Obamacare. The measure now moves on to the United States House of Representatives for...

Cheney announces committee assignments for the 115th Congress

Congressman Liz Cheney (WY-AL) recently announced her three committee assignments for the 115th Congress. Congressman Cheney has been selected to serve on the Natural Resources Committee, Armed Services Committee, and Rules Committee. Congressman...

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