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October 15, 2016

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US stocks inch higher as banks rise and drugmakers fall

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks gave up large gains and finished barely higher Friday. Banks and technology companies traded higher, while stocks that pay large dividends fell thanks to a jump in bond yields. Stocks were on track for large gains early...


Karla's Kolumn

Let’s talk Trump and Clinton. No, I’m not going to endorse one or the other. That’s not my style. I know some newspapers endorse candidates but I never have. I want voters who think independently and don’t vote for a candidate because some...


Begindergarten: Giving students a positive start

WORLAND – When children first start school it's important that they find the experience to be positive so that they don't get discouraged. To prevent children from getting discouraged Washakie...

 By Tesia Galvan    News    October 15, 2016

Commissioners to discuss Homeland Security reports, new director

WORLAND – The Washakie County Commissioners will have a conference call Tuesday to discuss Homeland Security upcoming reports and hiring a new Homeland Security Director. The conference call is set for 2 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon at the scheduled...


Gillette schools could lose $5.4M from drop in enrollment 

GILLETTE (AP) — Campbell County public schools could lose about $5.4 million in state funding because of a drop in student enrollment caused mainly by the downturn in Wyoming’s energy industry. Because state public school funding is based on a...

 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    October 15, 2016

Playoff hopes dashed

WORLAND - On senior night at Warrior Stadium the Worland Warrior football team needed a victory to stay in the playoff hunt but to do so they needed to take down WyoPreps 3A No. 1 ranked team and...

 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    October 15, 2016

Lady Bobcat and Warrior cross-country teams take first at regionals

DOUGLAS - The Bearcat trial in Douglas, the site of the 3A East Regional cross-country meet, is already a tough course for cross-country runners, then when you add bad weather conditions, it can make...


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