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Karla's Kolumn: Changes are coming

As an editor I love an active editorial page. I want our readers to engage and share their opinions. Usually that's a struggle in smaller papers but in Worland we have active letter writers. I hope th...


NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week

A roundup of some of the most popular, but completely untrue, headlines of the week. None of these stories are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked these out; here are the real facts: NOT REAL:...


US stocks move broadly higher in late-afternoon trading

U.S. stocks moved broadly higher in late-afternoon trading Friday, placing the major indexes on course for new highs. Technology companies, banks and health care stocks were among the biggest gainers. Investors were encouraged by signs that the Repub...

 By MEAD GRUVER    News    December 16, 2017

Wyoming secretary of state denies sexual attack allegation

CHEYENNE (AP) — Wyoming’s secretary of state and a potential 2018 candidate for governor on Thursday denied a woman’s claim he sexually attacked her over 35 years ago as “unequivocally false.” Tatiana Maxwell of Boulder, Colorado, wrote in...

 By Marcus Huff    News    December 16, 2017

Hayduke's final fist in the wilderness

EMIGRANT, MONT. – "You know, this used to be fun," observed Doug Peacock from his home overlooking the Yellowstone River in Montana. "We had lots of chuckles around the campfire, imagining just how...

 By Marcus Huff    News    December 16, 2017

An expensive test: Large fine for shoplifting pregnancy test

WORLAND – A Worland man was handed more than $200 in fines and fees on Tuesday, after pleading guilty to stealing a $15 pregnancy test. The case stems from March 18, when Kershawn James of Worland was charged with shoplifting a pregnancy test from...


Black ice causes 66 crashes in 3 counties in single day

LARAMIE (AP) — Wyoming Highway Patrol officials say black ice on roads caused a total of 66 car crashes in Albany County, Laramie County and Carbon County in southern Wyoming within a single day. The Laramie Boomerang reports there were 16 crashes...

 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    December 16, 2017

Warriors cruise through Pool A, advance to gold bracket

WORLAND - Day One of the Pinnacle Battle in the Big Horns dual wrestling tournament is in the books and the Worland Warriors stood atop of Pool A unblemished. The Warriors defeated Buffalo 54-22,...


WCSD#2 Warrants

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Notice of Probate Grosh

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