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  • Girls allowed

    Earlier this month, Boy Scouts of America (BSA) announced it will begin accepting girls into its programs. The BSA board of directors made the decision last Wednesday and already individuals across the country are divided on the issue.

  • Cash or credit

    After numerous requests from residents, the Town of Lingle may begin accepting credit cards in the future. Council members discussed offering customers the option to pay their bills with plastic at the meeting Wednesday evening.

  • Commissioners hear feedlot complaints

    he Goshen County Sheriff’s office is again involved in settling the latest complaint from Lingle resident Ron Stuckert alleging a controversial feed lot was in violation of permit requirements set by the state Department of Environmental Quality and Goshen County Planning Commission.

  • Department of Health recommends flu shots

    Reports of influenza are already rolling in, according to the Wyoming Department of Health. Thursday, state epidemiologists announced the illness is present in locations scattered across the state and recommended flu shots as a safe and effective way to protect residents from getting sick.

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Lady Doggers sweep Lady Vikings

The Lingle-Fort Laramie Lady Doggers used 10 aces to help them pick up the win in straight sets over Guernsey-Sunrise on Friday in Lingle.

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L-FL falls to Hulett, loses playoff hopes

The Lingle-Fort Laramie Doggers took a first-quarter lead over Hulett on the road Saturday, but fell behind and lost 58-30, extinguishing all of their playoff hopes.

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Lady Lancers sweep divisional newcomer Miles Lady Pioneers

The Eastern Wyoming College Lady Lancers defended their home floor Friday against Miles Community College, who joined the Region IX North this season.

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L-FL fails to stop Kaycee streak

The Lingle-Fort Laramie Doggers were unable to stop the Kaycee Buckaroos’ 25-game winning streak, falling at home Friday for Senior Night, 74-0.

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One bite at a time

Lingle’s Dani Kinberg and Caren Speckner were two of more than 250 runners to compete in the Monument half marathon in Scottsbluff, including around 15 from Goshen County.

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