• Progress Program recipients named

    The Goshen County Economic Development Corporation released its Progress Program fund disbursement

  • Salas faces 5 years on probation violation

    Rogelio Salas Jr., of Torrington, could be facing three to five years in state prison for strangulation of a household member after violating probation orders passed down from Eighth Judicial District Court Judge Patrick Korell after he pleaded guilty in 2016.

  • Former coffee salesman faces 10 years in theft case

    Matthew Tyler Morris, of Olathe, Kan., could spend up to 10 years in a Wyoming prison for allegedly deceiving local storekeepers and the Farmer Brothers Company with falsified invoices.

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Gordon outlines first-term issues

– Calling agriculture “a particularly close topic,” Governor-Elect Mark Gordon talked continuing efforts to expand market access for producers while protecting the state’s legacy industries during his first press conference on Wednesday via telephone with reporters from across the state from his transition office.

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THS officials break their silence about the Jackson ‘controversy’

The events following Torrington High School’s 22-21 victory over the Jackson Broncs on Friday, Nov. 2, overshadowed a thrilling finish between two of the top teams in Class 3A.

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Unofficial General Election results with 100 percent reporting

The third update of General Election results for Goshen County, as provided by the Goshen County Clerk's website.

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Former teacher faces new charges

Katie Marcus, a former Cody and Douglas teacher serving probation for sexual abuse of a student when in Douglas, will have her probation revoked and faces new charges of criminal trespassing, a misdemeanor that brings up to six months in jail and up to $750 in fines.

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Locals garner postseason volleyball awards

TORRINGTON – With the conclusion of the 2018 high school volleyball season, several area high school volleyball players earned postseason all-state and all-conference awards. A total of nine athletes from Torrington, Southeast and Lingle-Fort Laramie high schools garnered accolades.

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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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    Catherine Rose Deahl

    Catherine Rose (Large) Deahl was born Oct. 3, 1955, to Hobart W. and Adeline (Shinn) Large in Albuquerque, N.M.

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    Locals garner postseason volleyball awards

    TORRINGTON – With the conclusion of the 2018 high school volleyball season, several area high school volleyball players earned postseason all-state and all-conference awards. A total of nine athletes from Torrington, Southeast and Lingle-Fort Laramie high schools garnered accolades.

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    Nov. 7, 2018, Community Calendar

    Events this week around Goshen County

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    Natividad Otero

    A funeral mass of Christian burial will be celebrated for Natividad “Nattie” Otero, 94, at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 2, 2018, at Saint Rose Catholic Church with the Rev. Andrew Duncan and Deacon Roland Raboin officiating.

  • Obituaries

    Natividad Otero

    A funeral mass of Christian burial will be celebrated for Natividad “Nattie” Otero, 94, at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 2, 2018, at Saint Rose Catholic Church with the Rev. Andrew Duncan and Deacon Roland Raboin officiating. Burial will follow in the Valley View Cemetery.

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    Mary Ann Best

    Mary Ann Best, age 63, of Lampasas, passed away on Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018, in Temple, Texas. No services are scheduled at this time.

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    Chance C. Struble

    Memorial services for Chance C. Struble, 33, will be 11am Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018, at North Hills Baptist Church in Lingle, with Pastor David Anderson officiating.

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    Ralph Eugene Myers

    Ralph “Gene” Eugene Myers, 83, died Sunday, October 21, 2018 at Regional West

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