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Siblings face felony battery charges after back alley assault

Two Torrington residents were transported to Community Hospital in the early morning hours of Dec. 6 after being stabbed in the Mint Bar.

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Stabbing at Mint Bar leaves two injured, two in jail

Two injured, man, woman jailed in Scotts Bluff County after early morning stabbing in Torrington

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‘Coming up short’

At some point in January, on a date that hasn’t been determined, it will be quitting time at the Western Sugar Cooperative beet processing facility in Torrington.

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Varney Blvd. Open for traffic

Torrington Mayor Mike Varney has served the city in many roles for more than 40 years, including city councilman and mayor – and now a street in the city will bear his name.

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House fire likely a total loss

A house fire in the 3600 block of Converse Street Monday afternoon is likely a total loss, according to Torrington Volunteer Fire Department Chief Lance Petsch.

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Open Barrel opens doors

After months of planning, preparation, construction and - of course - brewing, Charlie Rife and Clayton Kilgore finally pulled the taps and served craft beer to their first patrons at the Open Barrel Brewing Company on Main Street.

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EWC names assistant judging coach

Zane Mackey has joined the staff at Eastern Wyoming College as the assistant livestock judging coach.

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Treaty commemoration re-unites indigenous tribes with their homeland

One day before the exact 150-year anniversary of the day Oglala Lakota Chief Red Cloud signed the 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie, Wendell Yellow Bull, a direct descendent to Red Cloud, carried a chanupa into the fort.

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Goshen County students celebrate end of the year