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Bird poop apparently caused New York nuclear reactor outage

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Bird poop was the likely cause of a December shutdown at a nuclear power plant outside New York City, according to the operator. An Indian Point reactor safely shut down for three days starting Dec. 14 following an electrical...


New firearms store opens in Worland

WORLAND – Husband and wife, Jeff and Terrie Yule opened their firearms store, "PrescribeD Firearms" on 944 Big Horn Avenue in Worland, Feb. 1. The firearms store carries a variety of items for the...


Cowboys basketball suspends 3 backups for rest of season

LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming men’s basketball team’s depth took a big hit just days before the start of the Mountain West tournament. Cowboys coach Larry Shyatt announced late Friday that three backup players – 6-foot-8 sophomore forwa...

 By Karla Pomeroy    Opinion    March 5, 2016

Karla's Kolumn Puppy sighs and other comforting pet sounds

A few years ago on Facebook I read a story about a young child trying to select the right puppy at the shelter. Each puppy she picked up her father would look at her and she would say no. He asked what she wanted and she said puppy size or so he hear... Full story

 By Tesia Galvan    News    March 5, 2016

Searching for American flags

WORLAND – Word of mouth, bits of information and tips received from asking around has helped one City of Worland employee begin what has now turned into a group effort to show patriotic pride in...

 By Karla Pomeroy    News    March 5, 2016

Geis: State budget good considering shortfall

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signed the new biennium budget into law Thursday, with a few line item vetoes that were mostly overridden by the Senate. Sen. Gerald Geis (R-Worland) said “We did as good as we could do with the shortfall. I don’t...

 By Sisco Molina    Sports    March 5, 2016


GLENROCK – The top-ranked Lady Warriors secured themselves a spot in the state tournament next weekend, taking down Douglas 49-39 in the semifinals of the 3A East Regional Basketball Tournament in G...


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