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JANUARY 12, 2016

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Federal agency tentatively OKs wolf management plan 

JACKSON (AP) — Environmental groups are objecting to how a federal agency has developed a new management plan for handling conflicts between wolves and livestock producers in Wyoming. Wildlife Services, an agency with the U.S. Agriculture...


Yellowstone chief: bison slaughters to continue for now 

YELLOWSTONE (AP) — Large numbers of migrating Yellowstone National Park bison are likely to face slaughter for at least the next couple of winters as officials weigh changes to a 15-year-old agreement that drives the practice. Most of the bison...


Acupuncture topic of brown bag lecture

Just a heads-up that on Tuesday, Jan. 26, our Business and Professional Women and the Washakie Hospital Auxiliary will co-host a noon Brown Bag lecture in the Washakie Room at the Community Center. Dr. Sara Radabaugh will talk about acupuncture for...

 By John Davis    Opinion    January 12, 2016

Peyton Manning: A nice guy

I’m a Peyton Manning fan, although I confess that I wasn’t always a fan. When he played for Indianapolis, I remember yelling at the TV, complaining about that blankety-blank quarterback who was scoring so many points on Denver. But when he...


Hold the 16-oz drink, limit salt

WASHINGTON (AP) — Better cut down on sugar, especially those 16-ounce drinks, and limit your salt. But you might not need to worry quite as much about eggs. The Obama administration’s latest dietary guidelines, released Thursday, seek to help Ame...

 By Tesia Galvan    News    January 12, 2016

$30 per ton

WORLAND — After deciding on an interim $30 per ton rate for commercial and municipal solid waste handlers for the months September 2015 – March 2016, the Washakie County Solid Waste Disposal District Board (WCSWDD) at their board Monday night to...


Lady Warriors down Buffalo 54-30 in BHB Hoops Fest championship

COWLEY – The Lady Warriors needed a buzzer-beater to get to the championship game of the Big Horn Basin Hoops Fest in Cowley on Saturday. Worland was bothered by a slow start once again, but once...


Public Notice Appropriators of Water

Public Notice Appropriators of Water Firnekas and Griemsman...  PDF


Public Notice to Appropriators of Water

Public Notice to Appropriators of Water Big Trails Land...  PDF


Public Notice Town of Ten Sleep Liquor Licenses

Public Notice Town of Ten Sleep Liquor Licenses...  PDF


Donald "Hawk" Hawkins

Donald “Hawk” Hawkins, 83, passed away January 9, 2016 at his home in Thermopolis after years of declining health. Born in 1932 in Trenton, Nebraska, he was one of five children born to Ross and Josephine (Berger) Hawkins. He served in the U.S.... Full story



Vicki Doerr of Boise, Idaho passed away on Monday, January 4, 2016 after a long battle with leukemia. She was born in Basin, Wyoming on March 1, 1941 to John and Georgia Hartman. She grew up south of... Full story


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