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  • Sex offenders helping pay for record keeping

    A statute passed by the 2017 Wyoming Legislature is aimed at helping pay to monitor sex offenders. Beginning July 1, 2017, additions or deletions to addresses, registrations of vehicles, phones, etc., will require a fee.

  • New policies, gunsmithing program load EWC board meeting

    A marathon discussion session on new board policies consumed most of the regular monthly meeting of the Eastern Wyoming College Board of Trustees Tuesday evening. Among other topics, the 11 proposals covered media relations, board organization and powers,

  • CTEC dedication set

    Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead will be the special guest speaker when Eastern Wyoming College hosts dedication ceremonies and open house for the new Career and Technical Education Center on the campus here.

  • Summer school wraps up

    Summer school principals Dave Plendl and Tim Williams presented a recap of the seasonal session to the Goshen County School District (GCSD) No. 1 Board of Trustees at a meeting Tuesday evening.

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Tigers receive apology from Legion baseball

The Torrington Tigers 15-and-under baseball team was issued an apology from Ron East after three Tigers players were taken out of the state championship game against Jackson on July 22.

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Dogger football by the numbers

After being ineligible for the playoffs last year because of their choice to opt down to 1A six-man, the Lingle-Fort Laramie Doggers football team gets a crack at the postseason this year.

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  • Sports

    Coaches corner

    Lyle Wiley, who has been a part of the coaching staff for three years, has taken over the reigns of the Torrington High School tennis program this year after long-time coach Mary Perkins stepped down.

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    Disaster aide available from June storms

    Three counties in Wyoming are now eligible for low-interest, emergency loans to help offset losses and the costs of repairs resulting from damage suffered in a series of storms in mid-June.

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    Firewood program announced

    The Wyoming State Forestry Division has kicked off an initiative to raise public awareness about the potential for transporting tree-killing insects and diseases in firewood.

  • Community

    Residents: What you need to know

    August is fast approaching, and the Goshen County Solar Eclipse Committee (GCSEC) has several suggestions to ensure a safe, enjoyable and potentially profitable event for all residents.

  • Community

    Lunch Menu: August 15-23, 2017

    Lunch Menu: August 15-23, 2017

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    Community Calendar: August 15, 2017

    Community Calendar: August 15, 2017

  • Community

    Local history featured at GoCo Library

    Memorabilia from a local man’s 1952 Soap Box Derby win will be the first in what is hoped will be an ongoing series featuring the deeds and memories of local residents at the Goshen County Library.

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    Suicide Prevention Walk across Wyoming

    Terresa Humphries-Wadsworth from Cody will be walking from Cody to Cheyenne in September to raise awareness and support for local Suicide Prevention efforts.

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