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  2750 W. Main St., Newcastle (307) 746-3111   Ranchers Feed & Supply is a one-stop-shop for all your livestock and ranching needs. We like to say “we offer everything for ranchers, but rain” here at Ranchers Feed & Supply. We strive to provide good nutrition for your livestock, whether...
  66 Old Hwy. 85, Newcastle (307) 746-2874   Pizza is only the beginning of the great cuisine offered at the Pizza Barn. For nearly 50 years the Gualtieri family has been serving pizza, pastas, steaks, burgers, prime rib and more. The restaurant is a favorite dining destination in the Black...
  128 W. Main St., Newcastle (307) 746-2700   Michael Freeman opened for business in Newcastle as a Farmers Insurance agent in June of 2017. Neither Farmers nor Michael are new to the area though. Farmers has been around since 1928, and  Michael was born in Wyoming and graduated high school in...

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Advance to Final Four EVANSVILLE, Ind. - Black Hills State men's basketball toppled the undefeated No. 1 Nova Southeastern, 77-67 Tuesday afternoon to advance to the Final Four. The Yellow Jackets (26-7, 17-4 RMAC) handed the Sharks their first loss (31-1), out-rebounding them with a season-high...

Tyler Jewett loads logs into a doweling machine at Wade Pearson’s sawmill. Jewett splits his time working at the mill and as a ranch hand in Beulah. (Photo by Nick Reynolds, WyoFile.com)

Wyoming loggers fear extinction as federal forest policy evolves   By Nick Reynolds, WyoFile.com   The Pearson family is as much of a fixture in this corner of Crook County as Devils Tower.  Wade Pearson’s ancestor, John Pearson, was among the region’s earliest white settlers when he arrived in the...
Gordon issues rule to increase fuel supply   By Nicole Pollack Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   CASPER — Gov. Mark Gordon issued an executive order on Tuesday that allows the Wyoming Department of Transportation to deliver additional gasoline, diesel and aviation fuel through Aug. 20...
Legislature revives tourism improvement district discussions   By Stephen Dow The Sheridan Press Via Wyoming News Exchange   SHERIDAN – The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions committee may provide an additional source of funding for the state’s tourism...
Officials predict “fairly significant” fire season   By Hannah Black Wyoming Tribune Eagle Via Wyoming News Exchange   CHEYENNE — Following a dramatic and record-breaking fire season for the west in 2020, officials warn this season could also be above average. Wyoming State Forester Bill Crapser,...
LCCC study: Wyo residents can afford more taxes   By Nick Reynolds, WyoFile.com   Wyoming residents can afford to pay more in taxes, an analysis by the Laramie County Community College’s Center for Business and Economic Analysis argues, citing the state’s already-low tax burden and relatively...

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Susan and Craig Overman are thankful for the community’s support as Craig battles Parkinson’s disease. 

 
Hannah Gross NLJ Correspondent    Craig Overman has been suffering from Parkinson’s disease since 2015, but in the past year, he decided to participate in a trial of the deep brain stimulation technology provided by Abbott Laboratories, a medical device company. DBS “is a process that sends...

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