News Letter Journal

Four Contests Have Date Changes LARAMIE, Wyo. (Oct 6, 2022) –The Mountain West announced its men's basketball national broadcast lineup on CBS and FOX sports networks on Thursday afternoon. The Cowboys will be featured on television in 17 of the 18 conference contests this season with on game...
LARAMIE — Despite complaints from residents, Laramie City Council voted to continue its virtual-only format on Tuesday during a Zoom meeting.  Council member Bryan Shuster brought forward a motion that would allow the city to provide a hybrid meeting format — city councilors and the public would...
POWELL — Kelly Spiering, the Land Use Plan Advisory Committee representative for agriculture, said the worries about water and the loss of farmland have been the big issues people have talked to him about since the work on a new Park County’s land use plan began.  He said people are seeing more...
CASPER — Lawmakers could see salary hikes and other added compensation for their service in upcoming years.  The Wyoming Legislature’s Subcommittee on Legislator Compensation recommended to the Management Council on Tuesday several bills that would give lawmakers health insurance benefits and...
JACKSON — On state trust land near Teton Village, 800 units of storage and 11 glamping sites are being installed, even though Teton County commissioners have asked the courts to review the state’s decision to approve both operations. West Bank residents are wondering why a legal appeal didn’t stop...
BUFFALO — The supply of blood remains critically low in the region and across the U.S., according to Vitalant, the company that supplies blood to most of Wyoming's hospitals.  "In the last year, it's been pretty rough nationwide across the board,” said Tori Robbins, communications manager for...
Bras adorning Douglas bridge support National Breast Cancer Awareness Month   DOUGLAS (WNE) — The pink ribbon – it’s a renowned symbol that appears just about everywhere as October rolls around each year, and it has gained broad representation in communities across the nation since the...
The second program for the 31st season of the Weston County Concert Association will be on Sunday, Oct. 9, at 2 p.m. in Crouch Auditorium. The Cambria String Band will take the stage, giving the audience a taste of music with roots in both Wyoming and South Dakota. Larry Roetzel, the founder of the...
The Lady Dogie Swim Team had a light week of competition, with only one meet on Saturday in Douglas. Five teams competed at the invitational, and head coach Doug Scribner felt good about the way his team performed in the longer meter pool, especially considering the swimmers are feeling some...

Photos by Nicole McFarland/NLJ

Gabby McVay, above, gets low to dig up a hit from the Lady Bearcats Thursday in Douglas. The Lady Dogies swept the match in three straight sets. Below, hitter McKenzie Rose takes a swing at the Lady ‘Cats. The junior racked up nine kills in the big Dogie win.

 
The Lady Dogies knocked off two ranked teams Thursday and Friday by defeating the Lady Bearcats of Douglas, who are currently sitting in third in 3A, and the Sundance Lady Bulldogs, who enjoy the fifth spot in the 2A rankings.  The win over the Lady ‘Cats was especially sweet for Newcastle as the...

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