• Lawmakers advance ENDOW bills

    Leadership in the Wyoming Legislature advanced several bills related to a broad initiative to diversify the state’s economy in recent days, but it seems clear those measures won’t simply coast through the legislative process.

  • Sierra Club files intent to sue notice against Basin Electric

    A national environment protection organization last week filed an intent to sue notice against Basin Electric Power Cooperative, owners of the Laramie River Station generating plant here, charging the company had violated mandatory reporting provisions of the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.

  • Torrington Today-February 15, 2018

    Check out today's Torrington Today, where we dive into this week's news, sports, weather and upcoming events.

  • Attempt to smuggle drugs into Goshen County Detention Center fails

    Scottsbluff, Neb., man charged with sending drug patches to Goshen County inmate

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A Look Back: February 16, 2018

A stroll down memory lane from the archives of The Torrington Telegram

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Gillette auto museum expands to add antique store

When Briana Brewer was a kid, she wanted nothing to do with antiques. She spent many car rides with her dad, Jeff Wandler, as he drove to what seemed to be the middle of nowhere to pick up what some would consider old junk.

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February TVFD gun raffle drawing...

Brian Ott won this month’s drawing, winning a 1911 45ACP.

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My deer Valentine...

Mule deer in Torrington.

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THS Blazer's littlest fans...

Little fans at the THS basketball games against Newcastle.

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  • Community

    Lancer Rodeo seeks vendors

    The Lancer Rodeo team at Eastern Wyoming College is seeking vendors and local businesses for their annual trade show, to run in conjunction with the Lancer Rodeo 2018 in March.

  • Community

    Park volunteers sought

    Hot Springs State Park here is recruiting volunteers to work at Legend Rock State Archaeology Site this summer.

  • Community

    Area students earn UW degrees

    Three Goshen County students received degrees from the University of Wyoming during Fall Commencement exercises in December.

  • Community

    Court Fines: February 16, 2018

    Goshen County Court Fines

  • Community

    Community Calendar: February 16, 2018

    Events happening in and around Goshen County

  • Obituaries

    Joshua Stewart Irons

    Funeral services for Joshua S. Irons, 28, will be 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018 at the Rendezvous Center on the Goshen County Fair Grounds in Torrington. Cremation will follow the services.

  • Obituaries

    Frances L. Geisick

    Memorial services for Frances L. Geisick, 94, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018, at the First Wyoming United Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Ron Nusswarren officiating. Frances died Feb. 13, 2018, at Welcov Assisted Living Community in Scottsbluff, Neb., and cremation has taken place.

  • Obituaries

    Jane A. Price

    Memorial services for Jane A. Price, 78, will be 2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018 at the Lingle Community Presbyterian Church with Pastor Rick Carroll officiating.

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