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Wyoming inmate Burg dies in Torrington

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 1st, 2015
TORRINGTON, Larry Lorenze Burg, a Wyoming inmate, died Friday, Nov. 20, 2015, at the Banner Health Community Hospital in Torrington following a lengthy illness.
Burg was sentenced in Natrona County on Oct. 30, 2009 by Seventh Judicial District Court Judge Scott W. Skavdahl. He was serving consecutive sentences (one after the other) for five counts of first-degree sexual abuse of

Local woman, realtor leads WAR

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 1st, 2015
Lingle, Lingle resident Shelly Duncan was recently named president-elect for the Wyoming Association of Realtors®, a position she will hold for a year before automatically becoming president for a year.
"It's a one-and-done position," said Duncan, commenting on the one-term limit.
Duncan lives in Lingle with Eric, her high school sweetheart of 27 years, whom she met in her

Wyoming Ethanol: Future still unclear

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 1st, 2015
TORRINGTON, According to Goshen County Economic Development Corporation Board President Wally Wolski, there is "more than one interested party" looking to possibly purchase the Wyoming Ethanol LLC plant that has been sitting idle since its announcement to suspend operations in August.
"For some reason, there are people interested in looking at the plant," Wolski said. "There for awhile, there wasn't

Second power outage Nov. 30

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 25th, 2015
LINGLE, The next town-wide power outage for electrical substation work is scheduled for Monday, Nov. 30 from 1 to 5 p.m., Maintenance Supervisor Larry Haeffelin announced at the Lingle Town Council meeting Wednesday evening.
"There is no school that day," he added.

Lingle students talk Thanksgiving

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 25th, 2015
For the Guide

LINGLE, Sandra Rogers' second-grade class submitted letters to the Guide entitled "How I'd Cook A Turkey For My Thanksgiving Dinner." This is what her students had to say, left unedited and as submitted except for formatting.

I would buy a turkey from Main Street Market. I would go home. I would look at the directions

Quiet zones approved

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 25th, 2015
FORT LARAMIE, It is about to get a lot quieter in Fort Laramie, two-thirds quieter. Maybe. Lingle, on the other hand, will definitely get significantly more peaceful. Both towns were approved for modifications to existing railroad crossings for the purpose of reducing noise pollution. Each town will have to contribute five percent of the total costs plus maintenance. The U.S.

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