• Wyo-Braska Wound Care Conference set

    Area nurses are invited to attend the bi-annual Wyo-braska Wound Care Conference, Tuesday, Oct. 3, at the Harms Advanced Technology Center in Scottsbluff.

  • Driver injured in morning accident

    An unidentified man was injured early Tuesday when the Mazda pickup truck he was driving reportedly struck a moving train near the Kelley Bean plant in Torrington.

  • Keelyn Rey Shields

    Michael and Makayla Shields of Torrington announce the birth of their daughter, Keelyn Rey Shields.

  • Mission (nearly) accomplished

    Ten years ago, Susan Thomas created a foundation to provide at-risk youth with inspiration, leadership and opportunity. Built on the principles of her husband, Craig, a U.S. senator who championed young people until his death in 2007, the Craig and Susan Thomas Foundation soon became one of the state’s most successful charitable organizations.

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Early harvest underway...

Early harvest is well underway around the Wyo-Braska region as the atumnal equinox approaches shortly after 2 p.m. Friday and with it the official beginning of fall.

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Looking snazzy …

Torrington High School Principal Cedric Cooper, left, and Assistant Principal Dave Plendl, right, accept a $3,500 check from Pinnacle Bank President Todd Peterson for new boys’ and girls’ soccer uniforms Monday morning at the bank.

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Cooking It Up!

Cooking It Up! Diabetes-Healthy Recipes Everyone Will Love presents 86 recipes from sloppy chili Joe and sweet potato biscuits to fudge, fruit sundaes and strawberry cinnamon French toast.

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Goshen wins big at state Livestock Judging contest

Wyoming 4-H held its annual state Livestock Judging contest during the Wyoming State Fair in Douglas.

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North Platte wildlife...

A great blue heron makes its way slowly through the shallows along the North Platte River on its morning hunt recently downstream of the south river bridge on Main Street in Torrington.

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