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March 10, 2016

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 By Tesia Galvan    News    March 10, 2016

To close or not to close on holidays?

WORLAND – The financial status and possible holidays off were discussed at Tuesday night’s Joint Powers Board for the Worland Aquatic Center. In attendance were board members Mandy Horath, Carolyn Bies, Jack Stott and Chuck Russell, and WAC...

 
 By Tesia Galvan    News    March 10, 2016

Children's theatre comes to Worland

WORLAND – A traveling theater is in Worland and is already on day four of a weeklong production that will end with two showings of the production "Peter and Wendy" on Saturday. "Peter and Wendy"...

 

Counterfeit bills being used in Cody 

CODY (AP) — Police in Cody are investigating the use of counterfeit $20 bills over the last few weeks. Police say on two separate occasions, employees at a Cody convenience store identified purchases made with $20 bills that appeared to be...

 

Coalition: Revision of state data collection laws not enough 

CHEYENNE (AP) — A coalition of environmental groups says the Wyoming Legislature didn’t go far enough in amending trespass laws the state enacted last year seeking to make it a crime to collect data. The Wyoming Legislature in the session that...

 

Two local men earn top Boy Scout honor

Two Worland men had the highest Boy Scout honor bestowed upon them last week. Dustin Fuller and Kimball Croft were awarded the Silver Beaver at an awards luncheon by the Greater Wyoming Council of the Boy Scouts of America on Saturday in Casper.  ...

 

3 days of mourning for former first lady Nancy Reagan begin 

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Three days of formal mourning for former first lady Nancy Reagan began Wednesday with a private service before her casket was taken in a police-escorted motorcade up an empty freeway for a public viewing at the Ronald Reagan...

 
 By Sisco Molina    Sports    March 10, 2016

THE BIG DANCE

WORLAND – A week ago, 32 total teams in the 3A ranks began the fight to keep their season alive at their respective regional tournaments. Now, only eight boys and eight girls teams remain as they converge in Casper today for the Class 3A Wyoming...

 

Broncos hurting, Panthers healing in early free agency

(AP) - While the Super Bowl winner lost its second quarterback in less than a week, the loser of the big game held on to two key performers. With Peyton Manning retired, his supposed successor Brock...

 

Cowboys can't contain Aggies as season ends at MW Tournament

LAS VEGAS — The University of Wyoming men’s basketball team made a school-record 20 3-pointers when it played Utah State in the regular season. Utah State responded Wednesday in the first round of the Mountain West Tournament with some...

 

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