In anticipation of summer vacation, a KOTA Territory library director reminds parents about the importance of summer reading programs.
Originally established as a private fur trading fort in 1834, Fort Laramie evolved into the largest military post on the northern plains.
In the heart of Goshen County lies the University of Wyoming's Sustainable Agriculture Research and Extension Center... Also called SAREC.
Nestled in the hills of the North Platte River Valley, Torrington, is the Tea Kettle Ranch Bed and Breakfast.
Surrounded by abandoned buildings and dirt roads, it's easy to feel as though you've stepped strait onto the set of an old western film when visiting Historical Jay Em on the Rawhide.
As we continue to discover the people places and things that make Goshen County Special, our Kenna Nash travels to the only community college in the state of Wyoming, where students can study to become licensed veterinary technicians.
A KOTA Territory Police Chief says the department's new dispatch system is a great improvement.
A KOTA Territory author, and college instructor, is set to release three new works in 2013.
Sarah Chaires knew she wanted to move back to Goshen County after college. Since starting her position in January, Chaires' goal is to expand the museum's presence.
Every fall, Dan Ellis' family farm turns into a Halloween haven.
When he moved to the area in 1980, George Zeimens thought he was trading his career as an archeologist, for the livestock business.
One professor in KOTA Territory is doing double duties, but teaching in two completely different learning environments.
The cost of producing beef continues to rise, making cattle feed efficiency an increasingly important and popular area of study.
For more than 25 years, the Lancer Rodeo has been a fixture in Goshen County.