Store taking shape
Working from a lift, Jake Werner (left) and Scott Sidwell, of Cowan Construction, secure interior liner panels with self-tapping screws to steel girders as work continues on the future home of Wyoming Home and Ranch, 2819 Big Horn Ave., on Tuesday. RAYMOND HILLEGAS

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JD
John Dunbar

I for one am sure looking forward to the new Home and Ranch. If their prices are halfway comparable to any of out of town farm and ranch outfits, I'm there. Cody price for a set of horseshoes---over $10, Powell $6.27. Specialized bag of horse feed, over $45, picked up the same brand in Laurel, $26.

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