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Ellis selected as Goshen County Commissioner

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 27th, 2016
TORRINGTON, Goshen County now has a diversity of geographic representation with the selection of John Ellis as the new county commissioner Tuesday.
Ellis, who lives and ranches in the Prairie Center postal code, was selected by commissioners Wally Wolski and Carl Rupp during last week's commissioners' meeting to fill the third commissioner seat vacated when Jim Hudelson died last

Vistabeam to construct new tower near Lingle

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 27th, 2016
LINGLE, Vistabeam, an internet service provider based out of Gering, Neb., will soon construct a new tower in the Lingle vicinity, likely at the town dump.
The council met with Vistabeam officials recently and reached a verbal agreement. In addition, attorney Greg Knudsen reviewed and approved a lease contract.
The new tower is expected to improve internet service reach and

Meet the mayoral candidates

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 27th, 2016
By Jennifer Lanier
Staff writer

FORT LARAMIE, The Guide interviewed the two Fort Laramie mayoral candidates in person and with writ en questions. Every attempt was made to include each candidate's full response. Following a brief introduction of each candidate, readers will find responses to the sit-down interview followed by answers to written questions. Next week the Guide

Justice served

Posted: Monday, Apr 18th, 2016
TORRINGTON, William Eugene Schlager, Jr., 53, of Fort Collins, Colo. will spend a relatively long time behind bars for the attempted second-degree murder of Hawk Springs resident Tim Toedter. Both Toedter and his wife, Michelle spoke to the court of that fateful day and how it has dramatically altered not only their lives, but had a substantial ripple effect on

Controversy swirls around Clinton pick

Posted: Monday, Apr 18th, 2016
GOSHEN COUNTY, In a bit of controversy, Hillary Clinton beat out Bernie Sanders in Goshen County's Democratic Presidential Preference Caucus on Saturday, April 9. According to the Sanders' campaign, some of the absentee voter names, and therefore votes, were mysteriously missing from the most recent list received from Wyoming's Democratic office. The names were said to have been on the

LFL Elementary nearly ready for use

Posted: Monday, Apr 18th, 2016
GOSHEN COUNTY, The smell of fresh paint and carpet filled the air as Goshen Country School District No. 1 board members took a tour of the new Lingle-Fort Laramie Elementary School. Contractors and LFL Elementary Principal Cory Gilchriest answered questions and pointed out various features of the soon-to-be-ready building.
The final cleanup is on track for April 22 through

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