Articles from the March 4, 2021 edition
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March 4, 2021
Why did the invisible man turn down the job offer? He couldn't see himself doing it!...
Public comment period ending for Ten Sleep climbing plan
WORLAND – The Bighorn National Forest Powder River Ranger District rangers hosted a public meeting regarding climbing in Ten Sleep Canyon on Thursday, Feb. 18, to discuss where they are at in the...
The News Editorial: Things make you go Hmmm: State Legislature edition
In this edition of Things Make You Go Hmmm we look at a few bills before the Wyoming State Legislature and we’ll start with Senate File 17 which would stop the requirement of cities, towns and count... Full story
WMS student gives back to Shriners hospitals
WORLAND - Worland Middle School eighth grader Liette Brown had back surgery at a Shriners Hospitals for Children in Pennsylvania a few years ago and ever since she has been working to give back. She...
Washakie Medical Center moves into green zone
WORLAND – Washakie Medical Center (WMC) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jay Stallings announced during the WMC Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 23, that WMC has moved into the green zone...
Warriors close out season with third-place finish at state
WORLAND - Ending on a terrific note, the Worland Warriors finished the 2021 wrestling season with two state champions, three All-State selections, eight placers and a third-place finish as a team at t...
Sheriffs in stand-off over Second Amendment bill
SUNDANCE — All 23 of Wyoming’s sheriffs have registered alarm at the damage a bill under consideration by the Legislature could do to policing in this state. Though the Second Amendment Preservation Act (House Bill 124/Senate File 81) is... Full story
Lawmaker revives suicide prevention training bill
CASPER — Freshman Rep. Rachel Rodriguez-Williams, R-Cody, is reviving a bill that requires school districts to provide suicide prevention training to students after a previous bill was defeated in February’s brief virtual session. “I am... Full story
Governor Gordon Announces Removal of Statewide Mask Requirement Effective March 16
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Mark Gordon announced Wyoming will remove its statewide mask requirement and allow bars, restaurants, theaters and gyms to resume normal operations on March 16. The decision reflects the state’s continually improving... Full story
Warriors retain 3A West championship; state tourney starts Wednesday
WORLAND - With back-to-back regional championships in the bag, the Worland Warriors' focus now turns to the 3A State basketball tournament on March 10-11 in Casper. The Warriors 66-56 victory over... Full story