Join us in congratulating and celebrating the accomplishments of the 2023 Goshen County 4-H members. While all 4-H members did an outstanding job this year, several members were selected from the clubs to be recognized for their special achievements.

The family of Frieda Louise Christensen Cole, who passed away in February, recently provided a generous financial donation to the Goshen County 4-H Foundation. The 4-H Foundation pleased to announce the creation of a new college scholarship for eligible 4-H members of Goshen County. The scholarship will be available to 2024 graduating seniors.

The Goshen County School Board met in session Tuesday night promptly at 7 p.m. at the Central Administration Building in Torrington to discuss old and new topics related to the Goshen School District.

Beaming with American pride and honor, the fourth-grade students of Trail Elementary showed off their patriotic spirit during their “This is America” musical on Thursday, Nov. 9th.

Torrington Main Street Market will be down a smiling face.

The Torrington Fire Department held their Gun a Month Drawing Monday

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development (RD) Wyoming State Director Glenn Pauley announced today that USDA is making an investment that will help expand the customer base for Bootheel 7 Ranch, LLC, owned by the Wasserburger family and located near Lusk.

Eastern Wyoming College (EWC) sophomore, Garrett Greene, takes enormous pride in staying busy and productive.

Equipped with only what is now considered ancient technology in a crude plane, brave men took a gamble to ensure the future of airmail. These men, who flew into the night with only beacons on the ground to light their way, established the first all-air transcontinental mail route.

Goshen County 4-H Foundation is pleased to provide scholarships to Goshen County 4-H members. Please complete one cover page for all Goshen County 4-H Foundation scholarships and indicate the scholarships for which you are applying.

‘It allows team building and problem solving’

A business meeting of the Wyoming Real Estate Commission is scheduled for November 30, 2023 beginning at 9:00 a.m., at the Commission Office located at 2617 E Lincolnway, Suite H, Cheyenne, WY 82002.

As part of a multi-state team, the University of Wyoming Extension’s Cent$ible Nutrition Program (CNP) recently earned national recognition for its efforts to connect people facing food insecurity with local produce.

Learn to fly and race a drone at the Drone Cup Challenge on Saturday, Dec. 2 at Eastern Wyoming College’s Agriculture Technology Education Center (ATEC) located at 3401 West C St. in Torrington.

Each December, more than 4,000 locations in all 50 U.S. states, at sea and aboard, carry out wreath-laying ceremonies in cemeteries in effort to remember, honor and reach.

On September 16, 2001, their lives were cut short when, sometime after midnight, a pickup driven by another University of Wyoming student, crossed the center line on Wyoming Highway 287. The pickup truck slammed into the Jeep in the opposite lane, hitting the vehicle head-on.

About a dozen personnel responded to the scene near Huntley for the report of a row of hay bales and an adjacent field engulfed in flames. The wind speeds and mild temperatures contributed to the blaze and additional water tanks were brought to the location to help battle the inferno.

Students of the Southeast High School and Elementary gathered on Monday in the gymnasium in honor of Veteran’s Day.

Lincoln Elementary Veterans Day

After almost two full months of preparation, the finalists for the “Goshen County Start-Up Challenge” pitched their business ideas for the judges on Thursday, Nov. 9. During the “Pitch Night,” the local entrepreneurs gave it their all to present their ideas for the opportunity to receive seed funding.

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