Goshen County (pop. 13,249) is north of Laramie County. It is Wyoming’s number-one agricultural county.
Torrington (pop. 6,501), the county seat, is in the eastern part of the county, about eight miles from the Nebraska border.
Eastern Wyoming College (1948) is a community college in Torrington.
The U.S. Post Office in Torrington is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Wyoming 2 Theatre in Torrington dates from the 1920s.
The unincorporated community of Jay Em, north of Torrington, got its name from the initials of local rancher Jim Moore.
Fort Laramie National Historic Site is west of Torrington. It was a major trading post in the 19th century, serving the overland fur trade.
Today’s town of Fort Laramie (pop. 230) is across the North Platte River from the historic fort.
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