Businesses Light Up Laurel Dodgers

Games at the Laurel Dodgers American Legion stadium can be played under the lights again, thanks to equipment, material and labor donations.

NorthWestern Energy donated new light poles, removed the old lights and provided the equipment and labor for installation.

“The old light structures were at the end of their useful life,” said NorthWestern Energy Community Relations Manager Lisa Perry. “The Laurel Dodgers are a tremendous asset for the community of Laurel. We are honored to be abl...

Games at the Laurel Dodgers American Legion stadium can be played under the lights again, thanks to equipment, material and labor donations. No...
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