Glover grabs first NCFSR victory in Torrington WY … [Read more...]

Summer Reading Program

The Goshen County Library will be starting there Summer Reading Program In June. This is a great opportunity to get the kids started on reading for more information on this please contact the Goshen County Library at 307-532-3411 … [Read more...]

Story Time

Join the Goshen County Library every Wednesday from 10:15 -10:45 for Story Time for the kids, enjoy time out of the house and learning opportunity's for the kids. … [Read more...]

The Rex Young Rock Club

The Rex Young Rock is a club that meets every second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the Torrington Senior Center located at 216 East 19th ave. There are over twenty members and anyone is welcome to attend the meetings that is interested in rocks or wants to learn all about it!  There are field trips once in a while and also show-n-tell at the meetings and a program. Dues are $5 per person each year.  If there are any questions, call Joyce … [Read more...]

Goshen County Roping Club

Time to ride and rope at the Goshen County Fair Grounds indoor arena.  Starting the first week in November and wrapping up around the first week of April, ropers of all ages and all skill levels can gather twice a week to rope and ride in the facility.  The club came together in 1998 to provide winter practice and cowboy comradery on Tuesday and Thursday evenings for a couple of hours from 7:00pm to 9:00pm .  GCRC is member supported with annual … [Read more...]

Places to Go and People to See

Goshen County's last census population count was 13,612  in 2013.  Residents are dispersed among the 2,232 square miles, stretching north and south along Highway 85 from the northern town of Jay Em, south to Yoder, then on to La Grange.   Torrington, Lingle and Fort Laramie run east to west along Highway 26.  What do people do here after work, after school and after retiring?  We look forward to supporting our local sports teams and gathering for … [Read more...]

New Old Building

Downtown Torrington, Wyoming at first glance, as you pass through the four way light at the 26 / 85 highway intersection, would appear to be a typical,  small town Americana  main street.  A few blocks of shop awnings of assorted colors, a couple of corner restaurants, the railroad tracks and a grain mill in close proximity.  The grand opening of 21st & Main,  often  referred to as the "old"  Goddard's building by many of the locals, is … [Read more...]

Marge Newman: A life of “cows and kids”

Our own Marge Newman was featured in the Women in History section of the Torrington Telegram on March 14, 2014 celebrating her 91st year.  She has lived in Wyoming all her life, marrying Keith Newman when he returned from World War II.  They raised a family on a ranch near Prairie Center, moving close to Torrington when the first of their six children started high school.  Three of her children have stayed in Torrington:  Neil, Blair and Ross.  … [Read more...]