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Patriot bosses recognized

Posted: Monday, Aug 22nd, 2016
Kathy Wright, of Wyoming Employer Support of the Guard on Reserve Committee, passes a battle coin to Banner Health Community Hospital employees Raymond Dominguez and Sandra Duggar, who were nominated by their employee and Air National Guardsmen Staff Sgt. Micheal Huntington for the Department of Defense Patriot Award. Due to deployment, Huntington could not be present, so his commanding officer

Researchers find opportunity amid adversity

Posted: Monday, Aug 22nd, 2016
LINGLE, Two miles west of Lingle, scientists collect bugs, infect plants with nefarious diseases and stress crops with water deprivation to research how they can adapt to Wyoming's various agricultural hurdles.
Waves of heat rolled skyward from the black, metal sign marking the entrance to the University of Wyoming's James C. Hageman Sustainable Agriculture Research and Extension Center (SAREC). Contrasting

All-State QB awarded for leadership

Posted: Monday, Aug 22nd, 2016
FORT LARAMIE, Fort Laramie's town council recognized All-State footballer Colton Wunder Wednesday, Aug. 10, for his community leadership role on and off the field.
"That kid did great," Fort Laramie Mayor Bill Baker said. "He was the quarterback at Lingle-Fort Laramie High School last year."
Also during Wednesday's town council meeting, Lisa Miller, of Goshen County Economic Development, presented the

Narrow races necessitate recount

Posted: Monday, Aug 22nd, 2016
TORRINGTON, Though Tuesday's Goshen County primary election did not include the names Trump, Clinton, Sanders, Cruz or Rubio, there were plenty of candidates to decide between, including the 13 running for Wyoming's only U.S. House seat vacated by Rep. Cynthia Lummis.
But closer to home, in a very tight race, unofficial results for the Senate District 6 seat have Republican

LVFD secures new fire truck

Posted: Monday, Aug 15th, 2016
LINGLE, Lingle Volunteer Fire Department Chief Kasey Bangerter announced the LVFD signed a purchase contract with the Rural Fire Board for a new fire truck at the Lingle Town Council meeting Wednesday, Aug. 10.
The LVFD will purchase a new quick attack truck to replace "Quick 1", according to Bangerter.
"It will be a good improvement," he said. "Quick 1

Goshen County homesteader celebrates 106th birthday

Posted: Monday, Aug 15th, 2016
TORRINGTON, In 1910, Theodore Roosevelt became the first president to ride in an airplane, Mark Twain died and one of Goshen County's oldest residents, Arthur Damrow, was born.
On Aug. 7, 2016, Damrow turned 106.
"I've done everything from pick potatoes to be elected for county commissioner," Damrow said.
He was born in Nebraska. When he was too young to

“Boogey man” stirs up GCSD No. 1 Board meeting

Posted: Monday, Aug 15th, 2016
TORRINGTON, "When I was in Iraq," Goshen County School District No. 1 Board of Trustee member, Dr. Robert Byrd, told attendees at the Aug. 9 board meeting. "The boogey man was out there. I always had my weapon on red for the boogey man."
He compared the "boogey man" of Iraq to the possibility of an active-shooter situation and stressed

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