GoCo Historical Society changes meetings
TORRINGTON – Goshen County Historical Society meets the fourth Tuesday of the month, September through May, beginning at 7 p.m., in the Community Room of the Platte Valley Bank branch office, 2201 Main St. in Torrington.
Officers for the Historic Society are President Mary Houser, Vice-president Russell Zimmer, Treasurer Ross Burmaster and secretary Jennifer Lanier. The group’s Board of Directors are Chuck Coleman, Pat Ellis, Don Hodgson, George Zeimens and Vickie Zimmer.
Goshen County Democrats
TORRINGTON – The Goshen County Democratic Party invites and welcomes interested county residents to their monthly meetings, held on the fourth Tuesday of every month, 6 p.m. at the Goshen County Library Annex, 2017 East A St. in Torrington.
TORRINGTON – The Torrington chapter of Overeaters Anonymous hosts two meetings Tuesdays locally. The organization is a 12-step group designed to help stop compulsive eating and food behaviors while working toward attaining and maintaining healthy
Call or text (307) 338-0622 for more
Discussion group invites public
TORRINGTON – The Political Discussion Group of the Goshen County Democratic Women invites interested area women to a series of round-table meetings.
GCDW has organized the sessions to discuss local, state and national issues. Beginning Jan. 17, the group plans to meet the first and third Wednesdays of the month, with some exceptions for intervening holidays, at 10 a.m. at the Library Annex.
For more information, call (307) 532-5966 or (307)
EWC to host Financial Peace training
TORRINGTON – Eastern Wyoming College here will host a series of classes promising to teach people how to achieve financial peace
Financial Peace University is the brainchild of Dave Ramsey and his Brentwood, Tenn.-based Ramsey Solutions. The nine-week course teaches budgeting, relationships and money, ways to get out of debt, how to save for emergencies and investing.
Financial Peace University will be at EWC beginning at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 10. For more information or to register, www.fpu.com/1052406.
THERMOPOLIS – The Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails is accepting bids for purchase of bison from the state herd.
Written bids will be accepted through 5 p.m. Jan. 3. The sale includes a total of 14 animals – four 2017 heifer calves, five 2017 bull calves, two yearling bulls born in 2016, one 2016 yearling heifer, a two-year-old bull and a 10-year-old bull.
All animals have all been properly vaccinated. Minimum bids are as follows: $2,500 for 2016 yearlings, $1,800 for 2017 calves, $3,500 for the two-year-old bull, a potential breeding bull, and $5,000 for the 10-year-old breeding bull.
Bids will be accepted for any or all of these bison. Each animal offered will be sold to the highest bidder, subject to the minimum bid specified in the sales list provided by the State. Buyers may begin picking up their animals on Jan. 8.
For bison information, please call Jody Lange at (307) 921-2610, John Fish at (307) 921-1965 or Kevin Skates at (307) 921-2057. The Hot Springs State Park headquarters number is (307) 864-2176.
All settlements will be made with the Superintendent of Hot Springs State Park within seven days of successful bid
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