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Doggers win state track

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
CASPER, The Lingle-Fort Laramie Dogger boys won state track for the first time since 2007 with a score of 104 points last weekend. The Doggers won by a 14-point margin over Upton and 19 points more than Cokeville. The Lady Doggers finished in seventh place with 45.5 points.
"First, I cannot say enough good things about our girls' team and
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County shot-put stars sweep state

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
CASPER, There must be something in the water supply, because the Goshen County track teams dominated last weekend's state throwing events. A Dogger, a Cyclone and a Blazer boy won shot put in the 1A, 2A, and 3A divisions, respectively.
Torrington's Logan Harris won the 3A competition with a throw of 55'02.5, nearly five feet in front of his
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County shot-put stars sweep state

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
CASPER, There must be something in the water supply, because the Goshen County track teams dominated last weekend's state throwing events. A Dogger, a Cyclone and a Blazer boy won shot put in the 1A, 2A, and 3A divisions, respectively.
Torrington's Logan Harris won the 3A competition with a throw of 55'02.5, nearly five feet in front of his
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K.C. Henry: LFL’s biggest fan

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
LINGLE, When Lingle-Fort Laramie football coach Kevin Derby nominated K.C. Henry for his efforts on and off the field, it had nothing to do with yards, passes, tackles or anything else one might find on a stat sheet.
In fact, Henry, who will graduate later this month, was sidelined most of his junior year for health reasons.
So, why did
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Kelly’s responds to food recall

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
TORRINGTON, Dave Kelly, owner of Kelly's Super Market and Kelly Pack, Inc., is responding to the recent recall of meat products produced at his custom meat-processing plant.
"Business has dropped dramatically," Kelly said. "What the original press release (issued by the Wyoming Department of Agriculture) didn't say is 95 percent or more of our meat comes from Affiliated Foods in
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Goshen County 4-H separates sheep from goats

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
GOSHEN COUNTY, Heavy, gray clouds rolled overhead as 50 ewes anxiously bleated when Dawn Gara approached with an armful of hay.
"Food rules their world," Gara said April 29. Like the old adage, "The way to a sheep's heart is through its stomach."
Gara, 45, helps her sons Lucas, 11, and Brett, 9, run Gara Brothers Show Lambs,
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Historic license plate changes hands

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
LINGLE,Tom Miller of Douglas presented longtime Lingle resident Isabell Hill and family with a 1944 World War II paper license plate at the Lingle Town Council meeting Wednesday evening.
The late George Hill, Isabell's husband, began using the number printed on the historical plate in 1957. The number remains in the family to this day, Isabell and George used it
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Math plus technology equals learning

Posted: Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
GOSHEN COUNTY, While test anxiety may have been in the air, the Goshen County School District No. 1 board members passed a math exam with flying colors Tuesday evening. District Instructional Facilitator (math) Antoinette Scusa demonstrated an electronic testing program called "Plickers" to the board with a real-life test.
At first, students were uneasy about having others see their
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County municipalities elect town officials

Posted: Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
GOSHEN COUNTY, On Tuesday, May 10, Fort Laramie, Lingle and Yoder all filled two four-year council positions, while Fort Laramie also elected a new mayor.
Results are as follows:
Fort Laramie:
* Mayor: William Baker beat William Cain 46 votes to seven. There were also two write-in votes for Neal Stone.
* Council: Incumbent Joyce Evans secured her spot with
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Lady Blazers advance to regionals

Posted: Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
DOUGLAS, The Torrington High School Lady Blazers' soccer team traveled to Douglas Saturday for its final regular-season match against the Douglas Lady ‘Cats, defeating the team 3-1. Different ladies scored all three goals, and two of those three also earned an assist.
"I was very impressed with how our midfield played the entire game," coach Jesh Arnusch said. "We finished
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LFL High School holds awards ceremony

Posted: Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
LINGLE, Several Lingle-Fort Laramie High School teachers and staff members received recognition at the LFL academic awards presentation and National Honor Society induction Thursday.
To kick off the event, Bill Carr of the Lingle Lions Club gave retiring teacher and Future Business Leaders of America Karen Kautz the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award, the recipient of which is considered a model
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