The major project currently being worked on at the fort is the 1874 cavalry barracks. This building is Fort Laramie’s largest building. When exploring the building today, visitors can view different displays including the squad bay upstairs, the kitchen and mess room and the armory.

As one would approach the EWC agriculture building, dozens of American flags and banners flew proudly to commemorate Goshen County’s most valued industry.

Diversified Services Inc. (DSI) has named, Kristine Martin, as their Direct Support Professional (DSP) of the year.

Chairman Michael McNamee was present with fellow commissioner Aaron Walsh. Commissioner Justin Burkart was present via Zoom.

Goshen County Fire Warden Bill Law enacted a “Level 1” fire ban on Tuesday, July 18. The change in the current fire ban status was impacted by the recent dryer conditions affecting Goshen County.

The Torrington 11-12 All-Star team held a bake sale to raise funds to help offset costs of the district and state tournaments.

At 7:48 p.m. on June 21, the National Weather Service in Cheyenne (NWS), Wyoming placed the town of Yoder under a tornado warning.

People come from miles and states away just to attend the Chugwater Chili Cook-off.

The Goshen County Sheriff’s Office (GCSO) is reaching out to all residents in the area and are strongly encouraging anyone who would be interested in a career in law enforcement to apply.

Most of us will understand when it comes to being successful at something, it isn’t going to happen overnight.

After nearly five decades with the Goshen County School District, (GCSD) Torrington Middle School (TMS) Principal Marv Haiman, has chosen to graciously acknowledge it’s time for retirement.

Beyond the gates that are usually closed east of Hartville on Highway 318, many members of the community adventured to the historic town of Sunrise Thursday evening, May 25 to meet at Sunrise’s YMCA building.

The Southeast Wyoming Art Association (SWAA) opened its Annual Art Show on Saturday, May 20 in the Platte Valley Community Room with a reception and critique to welcome artists and members of the community.

Millions of dogs, cats and other former pets are abandoned or lost and enter shelters throughout the country every year.

Winners of the University of Wyoming College of Business’ 23rd annual John P. Ellbogen $50K Entrepreneurship Competition were selected as the contest concluded April 21-22

The Cottonwood at Torrington Golf Course was a busy place last week.

To this day, the rivalry still lives on in the hearts of many graduates prior to the consolidation.

Many members of the community braved the cold on Saturday, April 22 for the Operation Remount Corporation “Charity Auction” at the Niobrara County Fairgrounds.

There are new arrivals at the Goshen County Library. These new arrivals are not of the book variety but instead of the tiny, adorable baby animal variety. Five chicks hatched at the library on April 18 and 19.

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