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 By Taylor Maya    Community    July 21, 2017

Belize Study Abroad: Worland resident goes on medical mission

Through Mayville State University in Mayville, North Dakota and the group People Inspire People, my dream to study abroad became a reality. My journey started when I was applying for nursing school. The nursing school at Mayville State University is...

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    August 6, 2016

4-H leader puts in 26 years with Washakie County program

WORLAND - Kathy Bush of Ten Sleep has been leading programs within the Washakie County 4-H program for 26 years. Bush has been involved with 4-H activities since she was young. "4-H wasn't like it is...

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    August 4, 2016

Flower show welcomes first certified judge

WORLAND - The Washakie County Fair flower show welcomed Denise Fink of Cody, a certified flower judge, to judge the flower and design entries this year. This is the first year Washakie County has...

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    July 29, 2016

Camp provides interactive iPad opportunity

WORLAND - West Side Elementary kindergarten teacher Carla Bryant has provided kids with hands-on interactive learning experiences with the Osmo program in a two day summer camp. According to playosmo....

 
 By Taylor Maya    Community    July 23, 2016

Thermopolis sixth grader meets first lady after winning recipe competition

THERMOPOLIS — Hannah Andreen of Thermopolis was one of 56 young chefs to join First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House for the fifth annual Kids’ “State Dinner” on July 14. 1,200 entries were submitted to this year’s Healthy Lunchtime...

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    July 12, 2016

South Big Horn County Hospital welcomes a new CEO

WORLAND — John Adlesich has taken over as the new CEO of South Big Horn County Hospital. He officially started on June 16. Adlesich said he grew up in the health care field. “My mom was a nurse. I started working in medical clinics when I was 16....

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    July 8, 2016

Cycle America rides into Worland

WORLAND - Nearly 60 bicyclists from Cycle America rode into Worland Wednesday. The group started in Seattle and will be travelling to Boston, according to Cycle America owner Greg Walsh. "Cycle...

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    July 2, 2016

Arctic Blast Shaved Ice cools off residents

WORLAND - Bob and Teresa Harrington have turned names such as Elsa, Dory and Captain America into more than just Disney cartoons and superheroes, they have made them shaved ice flavors. Bob and...

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    June 30, 2016

Washakie Development Association is optimistic for the future of Washakie County

WORLAND — “We don’t create businesses, we help people create businesses,” LeAnn Baker Chenoweth Washakie Development Association executive director said. According to Chenoweth, WDA is a private non,profit corporation that started in 1990....

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    June 28, 2016

Worland hosts first Boy Scout day camp

WORLAND - Worland's first Boy Scouts Day Camp took place Saturday, June 25 at the Washakie County Fairgrounds. The event ran from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. According to Cloud Peak District Commissioner Tim...

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    June 10, 2016

Worland Middle School teacher provides students with out of classroom experiences

WORLAND - Worland Middle School elective teacher Kim Wyman is giving her summer school students hands-on out-of-classroom experiences. "We are working and learning together this summer at WMS. I teach...

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    June 2, 2016

Super Sounds Sunday will help celebrate cancer survivors

WORLAND — On Sunday, June 5, the Worland community is invited to celebrate the 29th annual National Cancer Survivors Day. The celebration will begin at the Worland Middle School Auditorium with musicians from around Wyoming at 1 p.m., doors will...

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    May 31, 2016

Celebrating 62 years of service to ANB Bank

WORLAND — Longtime teller for ANB Bank, Mary Hoffman, is retiring after 62 years. Hoffman started into banking when she was a senior in high school. “Second semester of my senior year I worked half days and I’ve been here ever since,” she...

 
 By Taylor Maya    Community    May 26, 2016

Worland High School English and social studies teacher retires after 19 years

WORLAND - Bruce Blanchard is retiring from teaching after 19 years. He has taught 10 years in Worland, one year in the Pine Bluffs area, two years in Oklahoma, three years in Louisiana, and three year...

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    May 25, 2016

Worland resident appointed as State Elks president

WORLAND - Marilyn Lane of Worland was appointed as the State of Wyoming Elks president on May 21 at the state convention in Worland. Being the state president entails travelling to Montana and...

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    May 24, 2016

Man in coma after rollover crash

A Sheridan man sustained injuries after a single-car rollover north of Manderson Saturday evening. According to Trooper BJ Kidgell, 50-year-old Michael Hart was travelling north from Sheridan in a 1999 Acura Legend four-door sedan at 6:49 p.m. on US...

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    May 21, 2016

East Side Elementary principal says goodbye

WORLAND - East Side Elementary Principal Linda Anderson will be retiring at the end of the 2015/2016 school year. Anderson attended college for two years at Casper College and then went on to the...

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    May 20, 2016

Principal Joe Bishop retires after 25 years

WORLAND - Joe Bishop will be retiring after the 2015/2016 school year after being a principal for 25 years in Worland. Bishop attended college at the University of Nebraska - Kearney majoring in...

 
 By Taylor Maya    Community    May 19, 2016

Worland High School Drama comes to a close with end-of-the-year banquet

WORLAND - Monday night the Worland High School thespians ended their school year with the annual awards banquet. Coach Rick Dorn presented the drama students with special awards they received...

 
 By Taylor Maya    Opinion    August 1, 2015

An honor to work at the Daily News, covering the community

It has been my privilege and honor to serve as an intern for the summer at the Northern Wyoming Daily News. There are some people I would like to thank. Thank you to the office staff for welcoming me...

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    July 31, 2015

Washakie County Rabbit Show

The rabbit show was Thursday at the Washakie County Fairgrounds....

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    July 30, 2015

Flower show celebrates 30 years at the Washakie County Fair

WORLAND - The 30th annual flower show at the Washakie County Fair was in full swing Wednesday afternoon as more than 100 flowers were being judged. Flower show supervisor Jane O'Connor said the...

 
 By Taylor Maya    News    July 29, 2015

Washakie Museum director celebrates 10 years

Cheryl Reichelt is celebrating 10 years as the Washakie Museum and Cultural Center director. According to Reichelt, she came from Great Falls, Montana, where she was a finance manager for the Russell...

 
 By Taylor Maya    Community    July 16, 2015

Seussical Jr. Summer Performing Arts Camp

WORLAND - Since July 6, 20 children have been practicing for the play Seussical Jr. at the Washakie Museum. These children are a part of the Summer Performing Arts Camp which runs through July 25....

 
 By Taylor Maya    Community    July 15, 2015

Worland High School Drama returns from nationals

WORLAND - The Worland High School Drama Club was one of 25 schools nationwide to receive an invitation to the National Thespian Festival in Lincoln, Neb., June 22 – 29. Seven students attended the...

 

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