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March 03, 2016

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 By Sisco Molina    Sports    March 3, 2016

LET THE MADNESS BEGIN

WORLAND – Once March comes around, madness ensues. For the eight boys and girls basketball teams that call the 3A East conference home, the madness will take place in Glenrock this weekend as the He...

 

Woods says he's feeling better, but no plan for return yet

DORAL, Fla. (AP) — Tiger Woods says he continues to feel better, though the 14-time major champion remains unsure when he can return to competitive golf. Woods released a statement Wednesday saying he has been chipping and putting at home in...

 

Chapman apologizes for using gun, says never hurt girlfriend

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — A day after accepting a 30-game suspension, New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman has apologized for using a gun and insisted he never hurt his girlfriend. Chapman agreed to the penalty, assessed by Major League Baseball under...

 

Stocks made small gains as energy companies surge

MARLEY JAY AP Markets Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks eked out tiny gains Wednesday as oil prices continued to recover and investors hoped the worst is over for the beleaguered energy industry. Telecommunications companies, which have climbed as the...

 
 By Tracie Mitchell    News    March 3, 2016

Area students help in WYDOT 'Buckle Up' campaign

WORLAND – Worland, Burlington and Greybull high school students are participating in the Wyoming Department of Transportation's (WYDOT) "Buckle Up" campaign this year. The campaign is aimed at...

 

Grant for new emergency notification system sought

WORLAND – Washakie County Commissioners discussed and approved allowing Homeland Security Director Kimball Croft to apply for two grants during Tuesday’s regular commissioner meeting in Worland. The first Homeland Security grant is a mobile gener...

 

Wheatland water tests high for uranium levels

CASPER (AP) — Water in the southeastern Wyoming town of Wheatland has tested higher than federal safety standards for uranium levels, but town officials say the water is still safe to drink. The Casper Star-Tribune reports that residents received...

 

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