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Evans, considered armed and dangerous, still at-large after manhunt  

Local and state law enforcement continue the search for a man wanted on felony warrants from Colorado

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Fernando "Fernie" Munoz Sr.

TORRINGTON – Funeral Mass of Christian Burial will be recited for Fernando "Fernie" Munoz Sr., 83, at 10 a. m., Tuesday, May 7, 2019, at St Rose Catholic Church with Father Andrew Duncan officiating.

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Power behind the throne

Holly Branham will take a lot of good memories when she finally leaves her office at Eastern Wyoming College after 26 years as executive assistant to the college president.

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Cloud Peak pays Campbell Co. for property taxes

GILLETTE – A day before a Friday deadline to make a $1.8 million interest payment on its debt, and amid widespread speculation Cloud Peak Energy Corp. will file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, the Gillette-based coal miner has paid more than $600,000 owed Campbell County for its 2018 property taxes.

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Cloud Peak files for bankruptcy

GILLETTE — Cloud Peak Energy’s bankruptcy filing Friday afternoon may be the beginning of the end for the Gillette-based coal producer.

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The Lord will provide

TORRINGTON – “I trust the Lord for my every need.” That’s Joe Shortino’s philosophy for getting what he needs to get by. A lot of people say the same thing, or at least something similar – but Shortino is living it. He’s got no money in his pockets, no traveler’s checks, credit cards nor debit cards on his person.

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LaGrange Craft Fair

Crystal R. Albers/Torrington Telegram The LaGrange Memorial Community Building featured vendors of all kinds and a wide variety of products, in addition to concessions and a ‘best table’ contest at the LaGrange Craft Fair Saturday.

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Look Back, March 15, 2019

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

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Goose Cook-off a success in 21st year

HAWK SPRINGS – The 21st Goose Cook Off started on a sunny Saturday afternoon with 13 cooks competing in four categories. Main Dish and People’s Choice Champion was Jaime Beightol, Appetizer Champion was Ashley Shimic, Soup/Chili Champion was Tim Toedter and Jerky Champion was Gerry Hrasky.

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Last day of school

Goshen County students celebrate end of the year


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