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Fire Marshal warns: Be careful out there

Posted: Monday, Jun 27th, 2016
TORRINGTON, Goshen County Fire Marshal Bill Law will hold off calling for a partial fire ban in the county until July 5, unless Goshen County dispatch starts getting a lot of fire calls between now and the Fourth of July.
"It is great that people want to be patriotic and celebrate the Fourth of July, but unfortunately the grass and
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Pony Express ride again...

Posted: Monday, Jun 27th, 2016
Galloping down the Pony Express National Historic Trail, members of National Pony Express Association's Wyoming head for the Nebraska state line Wednesday, June 22, during the NPEA Re-Ride, which relays mail from Old Sacramento, Calif., to St. Joseph, Mo. in 10 days.
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EWC settles on coach

Posted: Monday, Jun 27th, 2016
TORRINGTON, After an expanded search, several weeks of speculation and a noticeable split between the Eastern Wyoming College Board of Trustees, Neal Sherbeyn was named EWC's permanent men's basketball coach after a 4-to-3 vote during a special meeting Wednesday night to resolve the coaching issue.
Sherbeyn was named interim basketball coach just prior to the 2015 season when Casey Jones
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David Kendall to retire July 28

Posted: Monday, Jun 27th, 2016
LINGLE, Longtime Lingle Clerk-Treasurer David Kendall announced at the town council meeting Wednesday he will officially retire Thursday, July 28. The town will host an open house in his honor on Friday, July 29.
Deputy Clerk-Treasurer Michele Sussex will take over the position later this summer. See a full story in an upcoming edition of the Lingle Guide.

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Storm topples trees, floods streets

Posted: Monday, Jun 20th, 2016
TORRINGTON, Torrington's tremendous downpour Sunday, June 12, not only toppled several trees and power lines but was the equivalent of a "hundred-year storm," Torrington's city water department head said.
Trees throughout the city fell during Sunday's storm wreaking havoc on power lines, blockading people in buildings, blocking roads and causing power outages. The city's water department called a "Code
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Hats off

Posted: Monday, Jun 20th, 2016
TORRINGTON, As Wyoming's ambassador for the Children's Miracle Network Champions Across America program, Southeast High School student Logan Grosz takes his responsibilities seriously. Just before the end of school, Grosz, with the support of Southeast Principal Randy Epler, invited all the schools in Goshen County School District No. 1 to participate in a "Wear Your Hat to School Day" fundraiser
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A ray of hope for sugar factory

Posted: Monday, Jun 20th, 2016
TORRINGTON, A recent tour through Western Sugar Cooperative's Torrington sugar plant revealed hundreds of tons of sugar stacked in industrial-sized packages ready to ship anywhere cookies, cakes, candies or any other confectioner's delight are waiting to be made.
On Wednesday, 16 rail cars were delivered to the plant, and by next Wednesday they each must be loaded with beet sugar
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