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May 13, 2017

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 By Karla Pomeroy    Opinion    May 13, 2017

Press 'persecution' nothing new

When President Donald Trump first took office and began attacking the media and barred a few news sources from a meeting, journalists around the country and the world began wondering what kind of censorship the new president might embark upon. But pr...

 

Environmentalists triumph as Senate upholds drilling rule

WASHINGTON (AP) — Environmentalists notched a rare win in the Republican-led Senate on Wednesday as a GOP effort to reverse an Obama-era rule restricting harmful methane emissions unexpectedly failed. The 51-49 vote against the repeal measure was a...

 
 By Tracie Mitchell    News    May 13, 2017

Celebrating 109 years

MEETEETSE – Led by the town's fire department with lights and sirens the town of Meeteetse showed their support for Grace Carlson, who may be the oldest Wyoming resident, by helping her celebrate...

 

Traffic disruptions expected next week

WORLAND — A handful of disruptions to traffic are expected next week in the 15th Street/Big Horn Avenue intersection in Worland as part of the $1.13 Americans with Disabilities Act project. Prime contractor EHC LLC of Deaver will be working in...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    May 13, 2017

Hear me out...Has ESPN's drift to the left cost them viewers?

Move over peanut butter and chocolate because a new combination has stolen the hearts of all Americans, sports and politics are the new “it combo.” I kid of course. Me personally I don’t mind the intersecting of the two worlds. I like to hear...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    May 13, 2017

Worland track looking to finish strong on final day at regional meet

THERMOPOLIS - Day one of the 3A East regional meet is in the books and for Worland High School Track they are looking to close out the final day of the regional meet today at Hot Springs County High...

 

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