Dear Editor, In regards to “NLJ readers are lucky to have a voice of opposition” and “We would like solutions instead of complaints” on page 2 of the March 9, 2017 News Letter Journal: Yes, it would be far more beneficial to discuss, via The News Letter...
22 hours ago
Dear Editor, In response to Tim Shulze media rant in the March 2, 2017  paper, “The media isn’t your enemy if you pay attention,” page 2. A seeming rant about mainstream media quickly morphed into an RT bashing, with little fact to reference. I am not a...
22 hours ago
Dear Editor, I can`t even begin to explain how the tired, overused and completely inappropriate comparisons to Hitler and the current administration have cemented my own view that the alt-left are bordering on insanity. Creating media scandals, calls for...
22 hours ago
On Monday, the University of Wyoming began introducing the first of four finalists to become the institution’s first-ever Chief Diversity Officer, and the other three finalists will make their own two-day visits to Laramie over the course of the next...
22 hours ago
The City of Newcastle will begin their first spring cleaning project of the year on April 3. On this date the public works department will begin cleaning the alleys throughout town, starting at the south end of town and moving north. On March 20, City...
23 hours ago
Pantry seeks donations The Bread Office, a food pantry for those whose income is below the poverty level, reported record high numbers of patrons amidst a decrease in food donations this winter season. Some once-reliable sources for donations have...
23 hours ago
Legislators lay out budget cuts The 64th Wyoming Legislature wrapped up their 2017 General Session on March 3 after 37 business days in Cheyenne. The two houses saw a total of 485 bills and resolutions numbered for introduction, and a total 147 budget...
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On March 7, Newcastle Police Officer Joshua Pike— with assistance from Detective Brandon Vaughn— arrested one person on felony possession of marijuana charges after making a traffic stop when he observed the individual turning from the wrong position....
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The Newcastle Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter competed in the State Leadership Conference last Friday and Saturday in Cheyenne and returned home with a record 12 national qualifiers. The conference consists of two days of competition in...
23 hours ago
In accordance with Chapter 6, Section 2(m) of the Wyoming Air Quality Standards and Regulations, notice is hereby given that the State of Wyoming, Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Air Quality, proposes to approve a request by ... and...
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Originally from Newcastle , Wyoming , Kelly Grummons makes his home in Lakewood, Colorado, where he is a respected nurseryman and horticulturist. Among many other interests, Kelly has developed a grass that is “Dog Tuff” for those of us who love...
3/19/2017
She moved with her parents and brother, Jon, to Newcastle , Wyoming in 1952. On September 26, 1956, she married Larry Doil Morgan in Rapid City and together they began to build their lives and start their family. Larry and Sandy had three children...
3/8/2017
Lyle E. King, 78, of Newcastle , passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 5 at Crook County Medical Services District in Sundance WY . Lyle was born February 17, 1939, in Newcastle to Ivan and Norma King. He had 3 brothers and one sister, Larry...
3/8/2017
They were married in 1959 and moved to Newcastle , Wyoming , where they had 2 children, Robert “Bob” and Gary. Joan loved her boys and raised them with the same values that she was taught on the ranch. Joan went back to school and attended...
2/26/2017
In accordance with Chapter 6, Section 2(m) of the Wyoming Air Quality Standards and Regulations, notice is hereby given that the State of Wyoming, Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Air Quality, proposes to approve a request by Moser ......
2/23/2017