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.

he 28th Avenue Dance Studio is celebrating their 25th year anniversary, Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29, with their dance recital. Friday the program begins at 6 p.m. and Saturday at 2 p.m., at Eastern Wyoming College.

The community in and around Goshen County has a lot to offer for careers in many different fields. It is important for students to have a chance to see and learn about all of the opportunities around them.

Calling all artists! It’s time to prepare for the Southeast Wyoming Art Association’s (SWAA) Annual Art Show. Entries are due on May 18.

Torrington Telegram Publisher Rob Mortimore has been named president of Wyoming Newspapers, Inc. as announced by News Media Corporation Chief Operating Officer William McMacken, as of Feb. 3, 2023.

Carolyn McBurney has been a familiar face in the city of Torrington for five years. Originally from Texas and having grown up there, her path eventually took her to Arizona, where she lived with her husband, Bruce for over 30 years.

CHEYENNE — Laramie County Community College is proud to announce the list of graduates for the 2022 fall semester and those students earning a place on the president’s and vice president’s honor rolls.

GOSHEN COUNTY – Rapidly deteriorating buildings, an inadequately funded arts program across the district, new board treasurer and new board member were topics of conversation during Wednesday’s rescheduled Goshen County School District (GCSD) Board of Trustees meeting.

WYOBRASKA – WESTCO has awarded a total of 15 scholarships to students from 13 high schools within the WESTCO trade area, for the 2022-23 WESTCO Scholarship Program.

TORRINGTON – On Tuesday, March 28, all of Goshen County’s fifth-grade classes attended “Liberty Day” at the Goshen County Courthouse. This is a day for the children to learn about the judicial system and other interesting related topics.

TORRINGTON – The University of Wyoming Extension welcomes Amy Smith as the agriculture and natural resources educator for Goshen County.

TORRINGTON – WYO HELP has been awarded $122,000 from the Addressing Basic Needs and Social Determinants of Health Grant which is part of the COVID-19 Health Disparity Grant Program.

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