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W e have all heard the expression that our summer season is actually nicknamed “construction,” but what is happening in Yellowstone right now is going to be incredible. Some estimates said repairs from flooding in the first national park will cost in the billions. But right out of the box, numbers...
  58 Fairgrounds Rd., Newcastle (307) 746-3591   In July 2015, B&M Dozer Services, LLC, Bucky Rawhouser and Whitney Rawhouser acquired Farnsworth Services, and the company has continued its 20-year tradition of delivering excellence in all it does. Farnsworth Services provides demolition,...
3319 W. Main St., Newcastle Cell: 746-8021 Office: 746-2276 1stcall-locates.com Email: zachary.rohde@1stcall-locates.com   1st Call Locates, LLC has been providing reliable, trustworthy underground facility locating since 2015, when Zachary Rohde launched the business. He started as a one...
Station was in need of replacement  Dear Editor, Please allow me to add a few more details about the construction and costs of the new Game Warden station. I was appointed to the Game and Fish Commission in 2013. During my six-year term, replacing the warden station in Newcastle was a high priority...
Alexis Barker NLJ News Editor   The Newcastle Game Warden Station currently under construction on Musser Road will cost the Wyoming Game and Fish Department over $600,000, according to updated information received from Mark Nelson, the official custodian of records for the agency.  This new station...

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Danny and Jeremiah Decker look over the construction progress at the new location of Decker's Market, on Washington Boulevard near Loaf 'N Jug. 

Bob Bonnar NLJ Publisher   Dan and Jeremiah Decker have admitted for years that construction of a new Decker’s Market on Newcastle’s east side was in the works, but they were reluctant to publicly confirm that the project was “under way.” The father/son duo held off on a formal announcement when...
Bri Brasher NLJ Reporter   A recent Wyoming Department of Transportation news release details this year’s construction projects in the Newcastle area, some of which are already underway.  John Leahy, WYDOT’s Newcastle and Sundance resident engineer, said one of the projects involves some side work...
Alexis Barker NLJ Reporter   Construction dollars spent in Newcastle since January are similar to totals spent during average years in Newcastle, according to City Engineer Mike Moore and City Building Inspector Tina Sundstrom. Moore reported to the Newcastle City Council on Nov. 5 that there has...
Alexis Barker NLJ Reporter   S&S Builders of Gillette has until the end of September to finish the bike path that extends from The Hop on Main Street east to the port of entry path and from Newcastle Elementary School to Gray Addition or the project may not be completed, according to city...

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