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New chief and officers selected for LCFD3

New chief and officers selected for LCFD3

New officers were selected Feb. 6 for Laramie County Fire District #3. Lee Peterson takes over as chief for the outgoing Ed Allen, who served as chief for the past four years. "I've been an EMT for...

LCSD2 to continue on four-day school week

The regular monthly meeting of the Laramie County School District No. 2 was held at Pine Bluffs High School Monday, Feb. 13, at 7 p.m. Chairman of the meeting, Jeff Kirkbride called the session to order and after the Pledge of Allegiance asked if...

Sixth-penny: Local municipalities finalize projects for May 2 ballot

As the May 2 election date draws closer, several towns in Laramie County are finalizing their wish lists for projects to be funded by sixth-penny tax collections. Although the ballot was scheduled to be finalized already, several changes to...

Albin News

Do you think that groundhog got it wrong? Maybe he has cataracts and it was just a floater on his eye and not a shadow. Either way, it sure seems like Spring. Birthdays always put a little spring in...

Pine Bluffs Police Department Blotter

Activities and calls for the Pine Bluffs Police Department during the week of February 8 through February 14 were as follows: One Theft Two Distrubing the Peace Numerous VIN inspections Four Traffic...

Banner County News

Good morning Banner County, neighbors near and far. What beautiful spring weather we have been having here of late. I know that mother nature likes to confuse the flowers and trees and that we most...

Hereford News

This week, February 12, at the Hereford Community Church for the special Carol Opdycke read about Abraham Lincoln and read the Gettysburg Address in honor of Lincoln’s birthday. The sermon topic...

Looking Back

100 YEARS AGO Feb. 15, 1917 Every member of society owes a debt to the public. Every live town that expects to accomplish much cannot afford to be without a Commercial Club. There are duties of a public nature that if not done through an...

Morgan reflects upon a life of no regrets

Having paid for his funeral and his burial plot in the Pine Bluffs Cemetery, Tom Morgan, 80, passes his days at peace with life and its inevitable conclusion. A Pine Bluffs resident since 2000,...

Thompson sets single-game points record vs. Kimball

The Pine Bluffs Hornets scored 86 points against the Kimball Longhorns on Tuesday, Feb. 7; half of those were scored by senior Hunter Thompson, who single-handedly outscored the entire Longhorn team, ...

Lady Hornets keep mowing them down

The opponents keep coming and the Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets keep swatting them away. Last week, the Pine girls took down three foes to keep the winning going. Kimball The week started with a trip to...

Broncs fall to Hornets; edge Cyclones

It's crunch time for the Burns Broncs if they want a shot at making the regional tournament in Gillette at the end of the month. Every win is important to position yourself for a run at the end. But...

Bowling Scores

Monday Funmakers Women 1. Pine Bowl 130 2. Texas Trail Market 118 3. Bluffs Vet Clinic 115 Handicap Game: Carleen Graves 276 Handicap Series: Carleen Graves 729 Scratch Game: Carleen Graves 215 Scratch Series: Carleen Graves 546 Tuesday Mixed 1....

Steger, Lewis and Clark named to Shrine Bowl roster

The roster for the 2017 Shrine Bowl has been finalized and three local players will be taking part. From Pine Bluffs, Kyle Steger and Ruger Lewis will be suiting up for the South team, as well as Burns High School’s Klayton Clark. Pine Bluffs...

Grapplers beat Lusk; take first at Saratoga

The Burns-Pine Bluffs wrestling traveled to Lusk on Feb. 7 to lockup with the Niobrara County Tigers. It was a good road trip that saw the Burns-Pine Bluffs beat Lusk, 21-16. Individually, in the 106 weight class, Zach Cudney of Burns-Pine Bluffs...

The key for journalists on being relevant in today's digital age

Journalists today face both the best of times and the worst of times. The good news is there is so much news to cover. And there is an unlimited audience out there that wants to feast on your...

Senate confirms Price as Secretary of Health and Human Services

Today the Senate confirmed Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., to be the next Health and Human Services (HHS) secretary. U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., recently praised Price as an excellent choice to head the agency, not only due to his expertise as a...

Washington Monthly Report

We now have a new administration. In January, I became chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. President Trump announced his nominee to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. The Senate also started the process of rolling back...

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