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February 3, 2022

ATTN online subscribers.. if you have trouble downloading the pdf please delete the cache on the browser you use. Check out the article on Worland Middle School's upcoming production of "Blue Suede Paws"...

 
 By KARLA POMEROY    News    February 3, 2022

Worland Middle School presents 'Blue Suede Paws' next week

WORLAND - Returning after a five-year hiatus, the Worland Middle School music and drama departments will be presenting the musical "Blue Suede Paws" next Friday and Saturday. The curtain opens at 7 p....

 

The News Editorial: Gearing up for year 4

This week’s issue of the Northern Wyoming News completes our third year returning to our roots and returning to a weekly newspaper. We appreciate the community’s support and especially our... Full story

 

What are co-occurring disorders?

Individuals who have substance use disorders, as well as mental health disorders, are diagnosed as having “co-occurring disorders.” The coexistence of both a mental illness and a substance use disorder is not uncommon. People with mental illness... Full story

 
 By TOBIAS MOWERY    News    February 3, 2022

New Mexican-American restaurant opens in Worland

WORLAND – Mexican fare returned to 1608 Big Horn Avenue in Worland this year with the opening of Los Tapatios, a Mexican-American restaurant. Los Tapatios opened Jan. 17 under the ownership of...

 
 By TOBIAS MOWERY    News    February 3, 2022

WMC implements new processes in compliance with No Surprises Act

WORLAND – The Washakie Medical Center Hospital Board, at its Jan. 25 meeting, received a report that Banner Health’s Patient Access Services implementation of new processes to be compliant with the federal government’s No Surprises Act was...

 
 By TOBIAS MOWERY    News    February 3, 2022

Local businesses see fluctuation in sales over course of 2021

WORLAND – The course of 2021 was a rollercoaster for many businesses due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic's impact on supply as well as the impact from customers being quarantined. In Worland,...

 

Janet Louise Scott

Janet Louise Scott, 89, passed away surrounded by her family on January 29, 2022 at her home in Worland, Wyoming. Janet was born on July 22, 1932 to George W. and Lorna Amelia (Geotz) Allen in... Full story

 

Bruce K. Snider

Bruce K. Snider, 71, passed away at the Worland Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center on January 31, 2022, after a short, but fierce battle with cancer. Bruce was born on September 1, 1950, the oldest... Full story

 

Evelyn "Lynn" Krei

Evelyn "Lynn" Krei passed away January 28th, 2022, in the loving presence of her children, at Spirit Mountain Hospice in Cody Wyoming, following seven years of exceptional care at Willow Creek... Full story

 

Gordon Kent Maxwell

Gordon Kent Maxwell, born in Worland, Wyoming December 1, 1943, the son of John W. Maxwell, Sr. and Agnes Halbert Maxwell, died January 25, 2022. Gordon was 78 at the time of his death. Gordon was... Full story

 

Peggy Ann Tolman

Peggy Ann Tolman was born in Harford, CT, on March 31, 1945 to Margaret (Peggy) Quinn Tolman and Myron Dean Tolman, a navigator in the Army Aircorp mapping Africa during WWII. After the war, Dean was... Full story

 
 By TOBIAS MOWERY    News    February 3, 2022

Washakie County LEPC learns full benefits of emPOWER Program

WORLAND – During their Zoom meeting on Thursday, Jan. 20, the Washakie County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) received information on the benefits of the emPOWER Program by Sheryl Roub with the Wyoming Department of Health. Roub explained...

 

Cody taxi drivers happy with Tipsy Taxi hike

CODY (WNE) — Ron Clark, owner of Town Taxi, said he’d rather take someone home for free than see them drive drunk. However, he’d much prefer to get paid at least as much as he would charge somebody on a normal flat rate. Now he and the other... Full story

 
 By KARLA POMEROY    News    February 3, 2022

Lack of inventory slows area housing market

WORLAND — Worland’s two real estate owners and brokers said after a hot housing market in 2021, 2022 is starting slowly due to lack of inventory in the area. Both Nikki Donahue of Real Living Hake...

 
 By TOBIAS MOWERY    News    February 3, 2022

Presentations set next month for Blueway Trail Project

WORLAND – The Washakie County Commissioners received a report on the development of the Big Horn River Blueway Trail project during the regular meeting Tuesday, Feb. 1. The vision for the project would be to create a watertrail that would allow...

 
 By KARLA POMEROY    News    February 3, 2022

New plan to add legislative districts helps the Big Horn Basin

UPDATE: The link provides a map to latest Big Horn Basin/Region 8 districts https://greenwoodmap.com/redistrict/map#zcr=8.99135113118804/-12142376.985875707/5486464.430790961/0&lyr...

 
 By KARLA POMEROY    News    February 3, 2022

Worland City Council to accept bids on empty lot

WORLAND — The Worland City Council voted Tuesday night to put the lot at 1429 Coburn out for bid again. The council had sought bids last year with a minimum $25,000 bid and did not receive a...

 

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