• Torrington Today-January 18, 2018

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

  • Letter to the Editor: January 17, 2018

    The newspaper published an article regarding residents’ and business owner’s responsibility for snow removal (City reminds residents of snow ordinances, Jan. 3, Torrington Telegram).

  • EWC future tied to workforce development

    Eastern Wyoming College is in an ideal position to contribute to the success of ENDOW programs, according to representatives of the Goshen County Economic Development Corporation.

  • Man charged for tampering with Game and Fish network

    A single charge was bound over to Laramie County District Court last week for a Utah man accused of tampering with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s computer system to successfully apply for two nonresident moose hunting tags in two months.

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A friendly visit...

U.S. Sen. John Barrasso speaks at the Torrington Rotary Club meeting Monday. Barrasso fielded questions about the contentious nature of politics, tax reform, the U.S. economy, and more.

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Blazers of the month...

Blazers of the month

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A Look Back: January 5, 2018

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

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Goshen County 4-H educator honored for innovative programming

Innovative programming and working across generations are among reasons Goshen County 4-H educator Megan Brittingham received the Newer Employee Award from the University of Wyoming Extension.

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A Look Back: December 29, 2017

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

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Additional Articles

  • Opinion

    Life is too short when it comes to Cosmos, golden dogs and a few thousand good friends

    In her own words, Leslie Blythe could see a time into the future when she would gather with a few of her girlfriends, all of whom were now over 100 years old, and they would sip cocktails at 4 p.m. Her drink of choice would naturally be a Cosmopolitan.

  • Opinion

    Mom-entum into the new year

    It’s prime time for New Year’s resolutions, and less than three weeks into 2018, most diet plans, financial goals and new hobbies are still going strong.

  • Sports

    Cyclones second at Knights Invite

    Seven Southeast Cyclone wrestlers placed Saturday at the Knights Invite on their way to a second-place finish as a team with 97 points, just behind Southwest who had 99 points.

  • Sports

    EWC women split weekend games

    The Eastern Wyoming College Lady Lancers split their road trip, falling to Lamar Community College on Friday, 73-63, before turning things around and beating Otero Junior College on Saturday, 60-51.

  • Sports

    Lingle-Fort Laramie 10th in Newcastle

    The Lingle-Fort Laramie Dogger grapplers competed in the Newcastle Invitational on Friday, taking 10th with 33 team points.

  • Sports

    Nine Lancers ejected in road loss

    An on-court altercation between Eastern Wyoming College and Otero Junior College on Saturday in La Junta caused ejections on both sides, including nine Lancers that were removed.

  • Community

    EWC preparing for Wyoming’s economic needs

    Eastern Wyoming College President Lesley Travers addressed a variety of programs and plans she has in mind during her regularly scheduled Public Roundtable, Thursday, Jan. 11. They range from her participation as a hunter in the annual 2-Shot Goose Hunt, to quilting, to new student training opportunities.

  • Community

    Parish on Dean’s List

    Keely Parish of Torrington was named to the Hastings College Dean’s List for the fall 2017 semester.

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