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FEBRUARY 25, 2016

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Wyoming BBQ & Bluegrass Festival wins top BBQ event honors

WORLAND - The Wyoming BBQ & Bluegrass Festival, which is held in Worland every August, won the Rocky Mountain BBQ Association 2015 Organizers Cup Challenge and was named the Event of the Year for...

 

Pipe project begins between Thermopolis and Worland, and between Basin and Otto

RIVERTON — Eleven pipe siphons are scheduled for pipe lining and repairs on U.S. 20 and Wyoming 30 between Thermopolis and Worland, and between Basin and Otto. Prime contractor for the $632,000 project is Wilson Brothers Construction, Inc., of...

 

Bankruptcy judge questions photos of 50 Cent with cash piles

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Rapper 50 Cent has been ordered to appear in bankruptcy court in Connecticut to explain photos showing him with wads of cash. The Wall Street Journal reports that Judge Ann Nevins told the rapper’s lawyer Thursday that...

 

Federal budget cuts create forest concerns

WORLAND – The Council for the Bighorn Range, a grass-roots non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the Bighorn National Forest held a public meeting at the Washakie County Library in Worland Tuesday evening to alert the public abou...

 

Protected bird shootings on the rise near Cody 

POWELL (AP) — A Cody-area bird rescue organization has reported an increase in the number of protected birds that have been shot in recent months. The Powell Tribune reports that Susan Ahalt with the Ironside Bird Rescue says she’s seen five...

 

Clinton aides can be questioned about email server 

WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge opened the door to allowing a conservative legal group to question top aides to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about whether she deliberately sought to thwart open records laws by using a private...

 

ON TO REGIONALS

TEN SLEEP – For eight teams in the 1A West, the season continues this weekend as teams from the 1A Northwest and 1A Southwest quadrants converge in Lander today for the 1A West Regional Basketball... Full story

 

Rockies adjust to spring training without Jose Reyes

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The Colorado Rockies have had some of the uncertainty surrounding Jose Reyes’ status resolved, at least for spring training, but manager Walt Weiss says he understands the process is still unfolding. The four-time...

 

Jerilyn June Finch

Jerilyn died of cancer on Feb 22, 2016 in Mesquite NV at the age of 73. She was born on May 8, 1942 in Langdon, ND. Jerilyn's friends called her "Jeri" and her grandchildren called her "JJ". She was... Full story

 

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