Meeting for Landowners and Public

TORRINGTON, Wyo. July 24, 2019–Hundreds of people filled the Eastern Wyoming College auditorium for a public meeting that was held at 2 pm on Wednesday, concerning the collapse of the Ft. Laramie tunnel and canal. Even though the auditorium was filled with mixed emotions including fear and sadness, people had positive demeanors. Everyone remains optimistic.  A man led a prayer […] Continue Reading

Commissioner Wolski Resigns

GOSHEN COUNTY, Wyo. July 24, 2019–Wally Wolski resigned as Goshen County Commissioner Chairman. As a result, the Goshen County Republican Party must now hold a special meeting to determine 3 qualified candidates to replace him. State Statutes require the political party of the person who vacated the elected position to find 3 qualified candidates.  The party will hold a special […] Continue Reading

Governor Declares State of Emergency

GOSHEN COUNTY, Wyo. July 23, 2019—On Friday, Gov. Mark Gordon visited Goshen County where the tunnel damage occurred. On Monday, he officially declared a state of emergency for Goshen County and signed an executive order to more easily aid the county. He will deploy state resources to Goshen County as needed. The Governor’s office is working with the Wyoming Department […] Continue Reading

Verizon-Cellular Plus Gives Back

TORRINGTON, Wyo. July 23, 2019–Verizon-Cellular Plus will give away free backpacks filled with school supplies from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, July 27th. The Verizon-Cellular Plus Backpack to School program is one that involves employees and customers of Verizon-Cellular Plus, as well as their vendor partners. The company initiated an employee program to donate backpacks and its stores are […] Continue Reading