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Homecoming events ahead

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 27th, 2016
LINGLE, Despite an ongoing partial burn ban, Lingle Volunteer Fire Department Secretary-Treasurer Mike Hofer advised the town council Wednesday Lingle-Fort Laramie High School will hold its annual Homecoming bonfire Thursday night at 5:30 p.m.
In addition to the bonfire, LFL will also host an all-school pep rally Friday at 12:30 p.m., followed by the inaugural Rubber Duck Race at Lingle

Ripe for the pickin’

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 27th, 2016
Anna Skeen, along with Joslyn (front) and Cooper (left), enjoy a morning of raspberry picking at Wind Harvest Farms' Raspberry Festival recently.

Fort Laramie’s oldest church celebrates 100 years

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 27th, 2016
FORT LARAMIE, The Fort Laramie Community Presbyterian congregation celebrated the church's founding 100 years ago with song and service Sunday, Sept. 25.
The service started at 3 p.m. and was immediately followed by a carry-in dinner. The church provided the meat and drinks.
In addition to the celebratory service, Musical Hands, of Lusk, performed as a sign language choir, Sydney

Immigration: An American tradition

Posted: Monday, Sep 19th, 2016
LINGLE, After four years of intensive studying, regularly traveling to Casper and piles of paperwork, Abdel El Ghanjaoui became a U.S. citizen Monday, Sept. 12.
Among 18 other immigrants, the 39-year-old Lingle resident swore his oath of allegiance before Chief U.S. Magistrate Judge Kelly H. Rankin at the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services reported

Nationally recognized teacher applauded at GCSD No. 1 board meeting

Posted: Monday, Sep 19th, 2016
TORRINGTON, Goshen County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees applauded a nationally recognized teacher, greeted new faculty and debated re-hire and non-discrimination policies at the Sept. 13 board meeting.
With standing room only, the GCSD No. 1 welcomed new faculty from around the county with dessert and applause. Although not all new-hires were present, many brought their families and

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