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Seven Worland athletes ready to compete in Summer Sports Classic

TEN SLEEP -The August sun beats down in the early afternoon during equestrian practice on a ranch just outside Ten Sleep. The ranch belongs to Carolyn Marcus' parents. Marcus is the coach of the...

 

Archaeologist presentation highlights first day of Dinosaur Center celebration

THERMOPOLIS-When "Sue" the Tyrannosaurus Rex was discovered in 1990 by Sue Hendrickson on a commercial fossil hunting trip near Faith, S.D., Peter Larson was with Hendrickson for what would become the...

 

Steer price tops $9,000 at Washakie County Junior Livestock Sale

WORLAND-With Washakie County Fair week in the rearview mirror, results from the Junior Livestock sale were released by the University of Wyoming Extension Office in Worland yesterday. "I think we...

 

Expansion proposed

THERMOPOLIS - Roland Luehne has worked for the Star Plunge in Thermopolis for 40 years now, serving as the owner of the establishment for the past three years. Luehne recently submitted a proposal for...

 

Hot Springs County Pig Wrestling

Hot Springs County Pig Wrestling was Tuesday night in Thermopolis....

 

Washakie County 4-H youth didn't flinch while the range was hot

WORLAND-When the smoke cleared Thursday evening at the Washakie County Shooting Complex, the 4-H department had completed its fourth consecutive day of youth shooting sports. The last day of shooting...

 

BLM invests heavily in fighting invasive weeds

WORLAND-The best way to describe the Bureau of Land Management's approach to fighting the spread of weeds is a collective effort. "It's a coordinated effort with everyone. We're all working together...

 

Wigwam Rearing Station near Ten Sleep ranks third in state for production

TEN SLEEP - The Wigwam Rearing Station, four miles east of Ten Sleep on U.S. Highway 16, produces 35,000 to 45,000 pounds of trout annually. With that kind of production on a yearly basis, the Wigwam...

 

Antelope Butte Summer Festival delivers fun-filled weekend

ANTELOPE BUTTE SKI AREA - Executive Director of the Antelope Butte Foundation Jamie Schlectman witnessed last year's inaugural Summer Festival and she helped bring together this year's festival....

 

Still no site picked for new Ten Sleep school

TEN SLEEP — While the Washakie County School District No. 2 board of trustees in Ten Sleep continues to deliberate land acquisition, a request for design funding is moving forward. Wednesday marked the monthly Ten Sleep School board meeting, which...

 

Second annual Antelope Butte Foundation Summer Festival set to start today

WORLAND — The Antelope Butte Foundation is holding a summer music festival to help benefit the re-opening of the ski area July 17-19. The three-day festival will have a plethora of live music Friday and Saturday along with running and biking...

 

Ten Sleep school project faces new deadline

uld possibly be delayed from its original construction schedule with a new deadline looming. On Friday, July 10 Washakie County School District No. 2 (Ten Sleep) Superintendent Jimmy Phelps received some information via a conference call with Dan...

 

Rangeland specialist: Relationships with the public is key to BLM rangeland management

WORLAND- Working with the public is an absolute must for John Elliott, the supervisory rangeland management specialist for the Bureau of Land Management Worland Field Office "That's key, we have to...

 

Huxtable wins all-around at Thermopolis Cowboy Rendezvous

Thermopolis - The Thermopolis Cowboy Rendezvous PRCA Rodeo took place in Thermopolis June 26-27. The results from the rodeo are as follows: Bray Huxtable of Douglas won the all-around cowboy, netting...

 

Ten Sleep school project awaits soil samples, cost study

WORLAND — Washakie County School District No. 2 has been in search of land for a new school and the Wyoming School Facilities Department explained this week that the K-12 facility in Ten Sleep is ranked in the top 10 in need of repairs. Wyoming...

 

Worland family takes home first place at the Chuck Wagon Cook-Off

WORLAND — Authentic 1800s style chuck wagon cooking isn't just a thing of the past, especially at the Western Heritage Days, Chuck Wagon Cook-off in Stevenson, Montana. Worland residents Ray and...

 

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