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April competition brings May excellence

Just a couple of weeks ago, the Newcastle FFA chapter traveled to Cheyenne to compete in various agriculture-related

School budget steady

On May 6, during the Newcastle school board’s preliminary budget hearing, business manager Angela Holliday provided s

City scrutinizes service providers

At its April 29 budget workshop, the Newcastle City Council managed to balance the city’s budget for the upcoming fis

What's Up Calendar May 23-29

Thu. May 23 7AM  T.O.P.S. #218 - WC Senior Center

Five NHS students earn college degrees early

Eastern Wyoming College’s Newcastle Outreach program celebrated commencement on May 6 in a ceremony held in Newcastle

Strickland awarded Daniels Fund Scholarship

One Newcastle High School Class of 2024 graduate has $100,000 coming his way to help with college over four years aft

Test scores will be late

New WY-TOPP writing prompts cause delays and ‘disappointment’

 

What's Up In Weston County May 16-22

Thu. May 16 7AM T.O.P.S. #218 - WC Senior Center

What's Up in Weston County May 9-15

Thu. May 9 7AM T.O.P.S. #218 - WC Senior Center

Music for all

Students to perform at concerts

School funding sleuths

State, local ed officials discuss convolutions of school funding model

Spreading awareness and positivity

Most people may not know what Guillain-Barré syndrome is, but for one local man, it’s all too familiar.

Getting students fed

Weston County School District No.

City looks into out-of-town taps

The Newcastle City Council directed City Attorney Dublin Hughes, via a formal vote, to draft an ordinance for the sal

Funding doubts and drought

Budget, fire concerns surround July 4 fireworks display

City officials are worried.

Elementary slowdown

WYDOT to reduce speeds during school times

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