• Report signals shifting demographics in Wyoming

    The growth of non-white populations has exceeded the growth of Wyoming’s white population since 2000, according to a recent report published by the Wyoming Community Foundation.

  • Lawmakers advance ENDOW bills

    Leadership in the Wyoming Legislature advanced several bills related to a broad initiative to diversify the state’s economy in recent days, but it seems clear those measures won’t simply coast through the legislative process.

  • Forecast indicates reduced inflows

    With just 80 percent of the average amount of snow for this time of year currently on the ground, officials with the Bureau of Reclamation here are looking at the potential for greatly reduced inflows into the North Platte River Basin this spring.

  • Local athletes earn sportsmanship awards

    On Tuesday, local athletes were recognized at the February Goshen County School Board Meeting for receiving a Good Sportsmanship Award from the Wyoming High School Activities Association.

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Lingle-Fort Laramie girls suffer two weekend losses

The Lingle-Fort Laramie Lady Doggers faced two tough opponents over the weekend, falling at home Saturday against Kaycee, 57-38, and Glenrock, 31-18.

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Doggers drop two by wide margins

The Lingle-Fort Laramie boys basketball team has hit a bit of a slump, falling at home Friday against Kaycee, 65-29, and on the road Saturday against Glenrock, 56-19, which was their 10th-straight loss.

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L-FL 12th at Southeast Duals

The Lingle-Fort Laramie Dogger wrestlers went 1-3 Saturday at the Southeast Duals in Yoder, finishing 12th as a team after falling to Hayden, Colo. in their final dual of the day.

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First half dispells Dogger boys

The Southeast Cyclones racked up a 34-15 lead at halftime over the Lingle-Fort Laramie Doggers and cruised to the 58-29 win Thursday at Eastern Wyoming College.

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Southeast girls outlast L-FL

After the Southeast Lady Cyclones and Lingle-Fort Laramie Lady Doggers both put up 11 points in the first frame, Southeast continually added distance in a 36-27 win Thursday at Eastern Wyoming College.

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