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You are my sunshine!

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 29th, 2015
Tamera Munoz (center) and the Lingle preschool class sing a variety of songs at the spring program Thursday, April 23
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Feather Fascination

Modified: Wednesday, Apr 29th, 2015
Judy Knight of Laramie presented "The Plume Trade and Victorian Fascination with Feathers" at the Western History Center Thursday, April 23.
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Lingle Keeps on CLucking

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 29th, 2015
LINGLE, The Lingle Town Council resolved to allow a Lingle resident to keep chickens within town limits for another year at its meeting Wednesday evening
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Giant golf ball set to tee

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 21st, 2015
FORT LARAMIE, At 175 feet, Fort Laramie's new 125,000-gallon water tower changes the landscape and upgrades the town's water capacity.
The old water tower is outside of city limits and has a 55,000-gallon capacity, which is sufficient for town use, but not for fire suppression, according to town officials.
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Facing fifty years to life

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 21st, 2015
TORRINGTON, Theodore Eugene Arnold, 40, of Torrington, pled guilty in District Court Tuesday, April 14 to second-degree murder of his father, Donald J. Arnold, on Feb. 4, 2002. Arnold also pled guilty to one count of felony larceny of a vehicle and one count of attempted larceny of firearms.
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Social media topic of GCEDC roundtable

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 21st, 2015
TORRINGTON, "We don't have a choice on whether we do social media, the question is how well we do it,", Erik Qualman, author of "Socialnomics."
Using social media effectively for business growth was the topic of Wyoming Women's Business Center Executive Director Debbi Gorski's presentation during Tuesday, April 14's roundtable session at the Enterprise Center, sponsored by the Goshen County
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Solving infrastructure problems

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 21st, 2015
GOSHEN COUNTY, Residents are working to address many infrastructure problems and constraints in a new comprehensive plan for Goshen County. In the spirit of looking forward to identify and solve problems, the old Fairgrounds Planning Committee from several years ago, has been upgraded and expanded to become the Goshen County Facility Planning Committee.
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Power to the people at Wyrulec dinner

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 21st, 2015
TORRINGTON, A large number of Wyrulec members turned out for the 79th annual member appreciation dinner and meeting Thursday evening. "It's really exciting to see all the members take an interest in their electric Co-op. Maybe the rain helped our turn-out," said Ryan Schilreff, Wyrulec's general manager.
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EWC debate member ties for ninth in nation

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 21st, 2015
BOISE, Idaho, The Eastern Wyoming College debate team traveled to Boise Idaho to compete at the International Public Debate Association National Tournament on March 27.
The tournament was one of the largest in IPDA history, boasting over 250 competitors and 94 within the novice debate bracket.
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Sunbonnet Gals hit milestone in production

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 21st, 2015
TORRINGTON, Twenty-eight thousand: the average number of days in a human lifespan, more than 39 times the length in feet of the North Platte River, and the approximate amount of bonnets the Torrington Senior Friendship Center Sunbonnet Gals have sewn over the past several decades.
The volunteer organization began in 1973 at the request of then-Fort Laramie National Historic Site
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28th Ave. Dance Studio competes in Denver, Colo.

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 21st, 2015
DENVER, Colo., Approximately 53 dancers from 28th Avenue Dance Studio in Torrington competed in the Spotlight Dance Cup competition April 10-12 in Denver, Colo.
Results are as follows: Ruby: Tap IV, Lyrical III, last year's lyrical class, both adult dances, Jazmine McCranie, solo;
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Downtown Dance Loft wins top honors at event

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 21st, 2015
GILLETTE, Downtown Dance Loft recently participated in the Spotlight Dance Cup held in Gillette April 10-12.
Spotlight Events, Inc., the parent company of Spotlight Dance Cup, produces high quality, professional dance competitions in cities throughout the country.
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Col. Butler to retire as head of Wyoming Highway Patrol

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 21st, 2015
CHEYENNE (AP), The head of the Wyoming Highway Patrol is retiring.
The Highway Patrol says Col. John Butler announced he will retire on June 1.
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