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 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    January 11, 2017

Warriors regroup for third-place finish at Big Horn Basin Shootout

CODY - The Worland boys basketball team displayed their grit and aggressive mindset on the final day of the Big Horn Basin Shootout in Cody on Saturday. After dropping the semifinal game to Wind...

 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    January 11, 2017

Warrior swimmers impress in first meet of 2017

POWELL - Competing for the first time in nearly a month the Worland Warriors swim team started 2017 with an impressive outing at the Powell Invitational on Saturday. The last time the Warriors were...


Ryan: GOP will work on repealing, replacing health law

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans will work on unraveling and replacing the health care law at the same time, House Speaker Paul Ryan said Tuesday as GOP leaders struggled to align their zeal to rapidly erase one of President Barack Obama’s proudest...


Dog gets stuck on steep, snowy mountain ledge in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A search and rescue team hiked up a steep, snowy Utah mountain in an attempt to rescue a dog that was stuck on a narrow ledge above a 50-foot cliff. The Utah County Sheriff’s Office posted a video Monday showing highlights...

 By Mae Smith    News    January 11, 2017

Plant adaptations to freezing

The Big Horn Basin has an incredible temperature range. In the last six months, I saw 104 degrees in the summer and 36 degrees BELOW zero last week! Humans are lucky to spend most of their time in nice, temperature-controlled buildings but plants...

 By Karla Pomeroy    News    January 11, 2017

Public speaks out on proposed federal lands amendment

WORLAND — People on both sides of the federal lands issue attended a public meeting regarding the proposed state constitutional amendment to accept federal lands. About 30 people attended the Council For the Big Horn Range meeting with some...


Board 'with regret' accepts teacher's resignation

TEN SLEEP – During the January school board meeting Monday evening, the Ten Sleep school board was faced with a very difficult decision, whether or not to accept Ten Sleep School shop teacher, yearbook advisor and coach Jake Zent’s resignation....


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