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AJ’s Soda Shop bringing its treats to Scottsbluff
SCOTTSBLUFF — AJ’s Soda Shop is expanding, as the Torrington business plans to open a new location in Scottsbluff. The shop sells customized soft drinks, with options to flavor and mix with cream and fresh fruits, as well as coffee and tea, ice cream, and homemade cookies. Jaclyn Miller, who founded
Torrington elementary students shop for the holidays at school store
TORRINGTON — Once again, Lincoln Elementary students are getting a chance to do some Christmas shopping on their own at the school’s Christmas store. Principal Nyana Sims said the store is sponsored by the school’s parents group.
In Santa's Workshop . . .
TOP: Alexis Grace Hansen, 8, left, watches, as her twin brother Luke puts finishing touches on his DIY Christmas decoration Saturday at Bloedorn Lumber's Santa's Workshop in Torrington. ABOVE LEFT: Enrique Jimenez, 6, of Torrington, sizes a piece for his Christmas decoration project Saturday during
Trustees approve ATEC construction bid
TORRINGTON – In a slight break with tradition on Tuesday, the Eastern Wyoming Board of Trustees voted unanimously to reject the lowest of eight bids submitted for construction of the planned Agriculture Technology Education Center, opting instead to approve the second-low bid for the project.
Torrington third graders put on Christmas musical
TORRINGTON — The Trail Elementary third graders will present “Elfis and the Frozen Princess” at Torrington High School on Dec. 13, at 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Every year, the third graders hold a Christmas musical. Hilary Gore, the Trail Elementary music teacher, said she likes putting on musicals, sinc
Siblings charged in Dec. 6 stabbing in Torrington
TORRINGTON — Two siblings, Adam Palomo and Amy Palomo, have been charged with assault in the stabbing of Jennifer Loveland and Juan Gutierrez on Dec. 6. Assistant Police Chief Michael Matthews said that early that morning, the Palomos exited the Mint Bar with Loveland and Gutierrez, where the stabbi
Wyoming Firefighters Injured in Explosion
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (KGWN) - At 0919 on Dec. 13, 2018 Laramie County Fire District 2 along with Laramie County Fire District 1, were dispatched to a structure fire at 1875 Road 224.
Eastern Wyoming College investigation closure; no criminal charges filed
TORRINGTON, Wyo. After a two month investigation of underage drinking on the Eastern Wyoming College campus, no criminal charges will be filed from the Torrington Police Department.
Icy Wyoming roads possible cause of fatal crash
On December 11, 2018, a fatal crash occurred at milepost 302 on Interstate 80 near Laramie, Wyoming. Wyoming Highway patrol officials say that around 6:47 pm Tuesday, troopers were dispatched to the area for a motor vehicle crash.
House fire likely a total loss
TORRINGTON – A house fire in the 3600 block of Converse Street Monday afternoon is likely a total loss, according to Torrington Volunteer Fire Department Chief Lance Petsch. Members of the TVFD, Lingle Fire Department, Torrington Police Department, Goshen County Sheriff’s Office, Torrington EMS and
Differentiation key to successful ag operation
TORRINGTON – Ag leaders from across the state converged at Eastern Wyoming College last week for a two-day Wyoming Agriculture Diversification Summit. The event aimed to identify emerging and developing value-added and specialty agriculture initiatives; establish strategic actions for both private a
Home damaged in Monday fire
TORRINGTON – The Torrington Volunteer Fire Department, Torrington Police Department, Goshen County Emergency Management, Goshen County Sheriff’s Office and the Lingle Volunteer Fire Department responded to a report of a structure fire on Converse Street in Torrington Monday afternoon. As of now, it
Shooting woes costly in loss to Chadron
TORRINGTON – The Torrington Lady Blazers came up short against the Chadron (Neb.) Lady Cardinals Saturday evening 47-35 to tip off the 2018-19 season. The Lady Blazers took a 7-6 lead courtesy of a bucket from freshman Reece Halley with 2:30 remaining in the opening quarter.
No charges filed in EWC underage drinking investigation
TORRINGTON — The investigation of underage drinking at Eastern Wyoming College has not led to charges, the Torrington Police Department announced on Dec. 11. The TPD began investigation allegations of drinking on the college in October, alleging that Vice President Donald Appiarius had instituted po
THS wrestling opens season with busy weekend schedule in Cheyenne
CHEYENNE – The Torrington High School wrestling team opened its season with three straight days on the mats in Cheyenne. It started with a 48-36 dual win over the Cheyenne South Bison.
Returners, arrivals start strong at Charlie Lake Invitational
This past weekend brought the start of the winter sports season, which means wrestlers from across the region collided at Cheyenne East for annual season-opening Charlie Lake Invitational.
Lingle-Fort Laramie art students design ornaments for National Christmas Tree
LINGLE — Lingle-Fort Laramie art students represented the state of Wyoming this year for the ornament designs on the National Christmas Tree in Washington, D.C. Amanda Cornelius, the K-12 LFL art teacher, said the school was invited by the National Park Service to create the decorations.
Frontier Carolers bring Christmas music to Torrington streets
TORRINGTON — In the hour leading up to the Torrington Parade of Lights on Dec. 7, carolers from the Frontier School of the Bible sang familiar Christmas songs and hymns downtown.
Annual Guadalupe Fiesta slated for Torrington
TORRINGTON – The annual Guadalupe Fiesta, sponsored by the Guadalupe Society of Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Torrington, is scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 12. A feast day Mass service in veneration of Our Lady of Guadalupe will begin at 6 p.m., at Saint Rose Church, 605 East 22nd Ave., with
Carl Rupp: 'Eventually, it all works out.'
TORRINGTON — Carl Rupp’s career as a commissioner in Goshen County is coming to an end, as he prepares to retire at the end of the year. His career started in 2012, when he volunteered, under the counsel of his wife, Marge, to volunteer for an open spot on the board of commissioners. He was selected