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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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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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‘This is real’

Once upon a time, agriculture was a lifestyle for nearly everyone in the United States, unless they lived in a big city like Washington, D.C., New York or Boston.

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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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2019 Goshen County Schools Graduations

The Class of 2019 celebrates completion of their high school careers


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