GOSHEN COUNTY – During his monthly Goshen County School District (GCSD) Superintendent’s report to board members and the public, Ryan Kramer said although the district is showing a loss of five students, he attributes to absences, the district enrollment remains higher than it had been during the pandemic enrollment and near pre-pandemic numbers for the same time period.

TORRINGTON – The Eastern Wyoming College (EWC) Foundation will be hosting the 16th Annual Sagebrush ‘n Roses event on Jan. 28 at 6 p.m. The event will be at the Goshen County 4-H Rendezvous Center. The evening will kick off with cocktails at 6 p.m., then dinner served at 7 p.m. and a dance to follow. Tickets are available now!

Court dispositions for the Eighth Judicial District of Wyoming.

GOSHEN COUNTY – During the superintendent’s report, Goshen County School District (GCSD) Superintendent Ryan Kramer discussed updated student enrollment numbers, school lunch balances, a central office update and an in-depth update regarding potential 2023 actions the district and board will be seeking in 2023.

TORRINGTON – The Eastern Wyoming College (EWC) Board of Trustees convened for their December meeting on Dec. 19. This meeting is the rescheduled monthly meeting that was to be held on Dec. 13. At this meeting, the board appointed representatives to board positions, approved new programs and approved staff appointments.

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Three Serbia students have formed a bond they say will last a lifetime as students at Eastern Wyoming College (EWC) in Torrington.

CHEYENNE – The Wyoming State Board of Education (SBE) discussed its process in doing a Wyoming Standards audit in K-12 education earlier this month.

GOSHEN COUNTY – At its second regularly scheduled meeting of November, Goshen County Commissioners Justin Burkart, Cody Cox and Chairman John Ellis voted to once again table a resolution from 307 Horse Racing which would allow a pari-mutuel betting facility to open its doors in Torrington.

TORRINGTON – Maverick Jonathan Washburn was born at Torrington Community Hospital to Katy Jo Anderson and Joshua Washburn. His grandparents are Susi and John Gida of Johnstown, Colorado and Penny and Walter Thibodeau of New Hampshire.

WYOMING – Precipitation levels varied across Wyoming for the week ending Nov. 13, 2022, according to the Mountain Regional Field Office of the National Agricultural Statistics Service.

TORRINGTON – Brynleigh Kay Fiscus was born Oct. 30, 2022 at 12:03 p.m. Her parents are Shelby Morris and Michael Fiscus of Torrington. Brynleigh’s grandparents are Jolene and David Fales of Torrington and Katie and Gene Fiscus of Edgemont, South Dakota.

GOSHEN COUNTY – Goshen County Education Association (GCEA) hosted a candidate forum for members of the community to have an opportunity to ask Goshen County School District (GCSD) board member candidates questions last week.

TORRINGTON – Goshen County Right to Life will have their bake sale today, Nov. 4 at Pinnacle Bank. The sale begins at 9 a.m. and will go until all goods are gone.

TORRINGTON – The Torrington Police Department responded to a report of a vehicle and pedestrian collision at Main Street (Highway 85) and Valley Road (Highway 26) at 7:02 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 26.

GOSHEN COUNTY – Rallying behind Republican Primary Midterm Election winners, strengthening election policies and laws, emboldening Wyoming’s state sovereignty, securing Second Amendment rights, protecting First Amendment rights such as free speech and religious freedoms, and defending American exceptionalism were some convictions expressed by southeast Wyoming Republicans in the tri-county area during a rally hosted by the Goshen County Republican Party (GCGOP) earlier this month in Torrington.

TORRINGTON – Nathan Henry Moore was born on Aug. 18, 2022, at 7:32 a.m. at Torrington Community Hospital. He weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces and was 19.5 inches long.

It had been approximately 20 years since we had ventured south of Cheyenne. Our hand was forced to cross into this foreign country, Greg had to have a CT scan and it needed to happen in Ft. Collins. Neither one of us are “city drivers”. We are used to the handful of vehicles we encounter on our way to and from town. We hold our own in the cities we call our “home territory”, but other than that, we choose to stay out of the traffic.

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TORRINGTON – There potential landline phone issue and potential cell phone scam targeting Goshen County residents, namely, older residents which community members should be aware of; one involving landlines with Centurylink and the other involving cellular phone service with an AT&T contractor at the Sam’s Club in Cheyenne.

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