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  • Location of Torrington, Wyoming

    Places

    Torrington is also known as: South Torrington, South Torrington, Wyoming, and Goshen County / Torrington city.

    Torrington tourist attractions include: Fort Laramie National Historic Site.

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  • Sign at western entrance to Torrington

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Jane Warren (teacher), and William Kent Krueger (writer and crime writer).

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  • Fort Laramie National Historic Site

    History

    Torrington is the home of Eastern Wyoming College. Former Governor Stanley K. Hathaway was born in Nebraska but resided in Torrington. The city was founded by W. G. Curtis and named by him for his home town of Torrington, Connecticut. Originally a watering and coaling station for the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad (CB), the blossoming town soon became the main source of civilization for nearby residents. With a post office (established in 1889) and several businesses, it became a central area of trade for that region of Wyoming. The town site was surveyed April 21, 1900 by Ashland B. Smith of the Lincoln Land Company of Nebraska, and in June the land was sold to its residents for one dollar by the president of the real estate extension of the CB Torrington was incorporated in 1908. When Goshen County was created from part of the northern end of Laramie County in 1911, Torrington and Lingle competed for the title of county seat. Torrington was eventually selected after its residents raised enough money to build the courthouse, which was...

    The official website for the city of Torrington is http://www.city-of-torrington.org/.

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Colyer Funeral Home
2935 Main St Send flowers
Torrington, WY 82240


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Torrington City Cemetery
301 E 30th Ave Send flowers
Torrington, WY 82240

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