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Cowboys look for repeat magic at MW Tournament starting today

LAS VEGAS - A year ago, the University of Wyoming men's basketball team began a memorable quest to its first-ever Mountain West Tournament title. The Cowboys won three games in three days, and their...

 
 By Marc Dion    News    March 9, 2016

Who cares what I think about Donald Trump?

Because not enough reporters, columnists and editors asked themselves that question, the country is now being blackjacked by a Trump candidacy that will change America, whether he wins or loses. In most newsrooms, the first announcement of a Trump...

 
 By Tracie Mitchell    News    March 9, 2016

Worland High School cheerleaders competing in State Cheerleading Competition today

WORLAND – The state cheerleading competition takes place today with schools from all around the state competing in a variety of different categories. The Worland High School cheerleading squad will...

 

Wyoming Agricultural Literacy Week is March 7-12

CHEYENNE — “It is important for kids to learn that food in fact does not come from the grocery store, it is a stop on the way,” Wyoming Governor Matt Mead stated during a February meeting with Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation members. “It (food...

 

Cheyenne bank robber may have used Colorado vehicle to get away

CHEYENNE – New details about the suspect in a Cheyenne bank robbery have been released by the FBI. A man wearing a light blue surgical mask and heavy jacket robbed the Warren Federal Credit Union at gunpoint around 11:20 a.m. Feb. 29 and got away...

 
 By Tesia Galvan    News    March 9, 2016

Planning Commissioner begins review of resubdivision plan

WORLAND – The City of Worland Planning Commission met Monday night for their scheduled meeting to discuss and review a sketch plan for a resubdivision. The sketch plan up for discussion and review was for the re-subdivision of lots owned by the Sug...

 

Lander office scheduled to fully reopen for public business Thursday

LANDER — The Wyoming Department of Transportation’s Lander office will reopen for public business Thursday, March 10, following a crash early Sunday morning which caused significant damage to the building. Citizens requesting oversize and...

 

Audrey Irene Rubis

Audrey Irene Rubis, age 88, went to be with her Lord surrounded by her family on Monday, March 7, 2016. Audrey was born October 7, 1927 in Basin to Peter and Marie (Hartman) Miller. She attended schoo...

 

Diana Brush

Diana won her battle over cancer, going home to be with Jesus on March 5th, 2016 at Central Wyoming Hospice in Casper at the age of 63. She found strength through her battle by the grace of God with...

 

Public Notice Minutes of Worland City Council Meeting from March 1, 2016

Public Notice Minutes of Worland City Council Meeting from March 1, 2016...  PDF

 

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