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October 26, 2017

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Weak earnings and rising bond yields send US stocks down

NEW YORK (AP) — Rising bond yields and a string of weak company reports and forecasts pushed stocks lower Wednesday as major indexes retreated from their recent record highs. Industrial and technology companies and banks fared the worst. Companies...

 

ACLU: Teen at center of abortion case has had procedure

WASHINGTON (AP) — An immigrant teen in federal custody who was seeking an abortion over the Trump administration’s objections had the procedure Wednesday after a U.S. appeals court ruled in her favor, her lawyers said. The 17-year-old had fought...

 

UW's Wyoming Research Scholars Program welcomes largest group to date

LARAMIE — A University of Wyoming program that began with four students in the fall of 2015 has now grown to 36 undergraduates who are engaged in cutting-edge research with faculty mentors. The Wyoming Research Scholars Program (WRSP), part of UW...

 

Gottsche welcomes new therapist

WORLAND – Worland Gottsche welcomed new outpatient orthopedic therapist Sherman Skelton to their family. Skelton started with Gottsche Aug. 23. Born and raised in Thermopolis, Skelton originally had...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    October 26, 2017

Growth year for HSCHS cross-country

THERMOPOLIS - The 2017 cross-country season came to an end with the 3A State cross-country in Sheridan Oct. 21 at the VA hospital grounds, and the Hot Springs County High School cross-country team...

 

UW student treated for meningitis

LARAMIE — A University of Wyoming student has been hospitalized and is being treated after being diagnosed with meningitis. “Although the risk to the campus community is low, as a precautionary measure, the university and the Wyoming Department...

 

Amid downturn, hint of optimism in Wyoming revenue report

CHEYENNE (AP) — Wyoming’s latest state revenue forecast contains hints of optimism but still predicts far less money coming in than was the case just a few years ago, before a downturn in fossil-fuel markets. The Consensus Revenue Estimating...

 

New definitions added to seclusion, restraint policy

WORLAND — The Washakie County School District No. 1 Board approved changes to the seclusion and restraint in schools policy Monday night. Superintendent David Nicholas said the changes include shortening the current policy. He said the changes...

 

Public Notice Oil and Gas Commission Koch Exploration

Public Notice Oil and Gas Commission Koch Exploration...  PDF

 

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