• Concern, confusion surround local beet industry

    Sugar beet producers in eastern Wyoming and western Nebraska face an uncertain future as a result of the announcement by Western Sugar Cooperative last fall that the January payment would not be made.

  • EWC schedules employee survey as part of planning

    Eastern Wyoming College recently contracted with the “Great Colleges to Work For” survey partnership between the Chronicle of Higher Education and ModernThink to prepare and deliver an employee survey.

  • Sagebrush and Roses tickets on sale now

    Tickets are now available for one of the region’s most popular fundraisers, Sagebrush & Roses. This elegant evening features dinner and dancing and is hosted by the Eastern Wyoming College Foundation.

  • Goshen County real estate market shows improvement

    Information from the North Platte Valley Board of Realtors indicates area home owners might have an opportunity to take advantage of an improving market.

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Indoor tracksters start season

The Wyoming High School Activities Assosiation’s indoor track and field season kicked off this past weekend, with three Lingle-Fort Laramie Doggers kicking off the year at Black Hills State University.

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L-FL girls falter to Southeast

After a quiet opening to the game, the Southeast Lady Cyclones got their offense kickstarted and didn’t look back, besting the Lingle-Fort Laramie Lady Doggers on Saturday in Torrington, 44-27.

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Cyclones handle rival Doggers

Intensity on the defensive end of the floor by Southeast helped propel the Cyclones to a 54-26 win over the Lingle-Fort Laramie Doggers on Saturday at Eastern Wyoming College.

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2018 Ranch Bronc Bash

2018 Ranch Bronc Bash

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Lady Doggers defend home floor

After a slow start by both teams Friday against Crawford, Neb., the Lingle-Fort Laramie Lady Doggers snagged a 42-21 win, followed by a 52-48 win over Guernsey-Sunrise on Saturday.

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