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Public Notice WCSD #1 Warrants

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MARCH 11 Phishing scam creates headache in Albany courthouse

LARAMIE (WNE) — Hope Quade, who oversees IT in the Albany County Courthouse, suggested to commissioners last week there needs to be mandatory training on internet safety for some county employees. Quade is the county’s account manager for...

 

Public Notice High Plains Power Annual Meeting

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Public Notice Election Notice

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Public Notice Election Notice

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Public Notice Election Notice

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Public Notice WCSD #1 Invitation to Bid- Sewer Replacement

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Public Notice Distribution of Real Property-McClure

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Public Notice Big Horn REA Annual Meeting

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Public Notice Change of Name-Timmons

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Cecil Richard Mullins

Cecil Richard Mullins was born on September 15, 1953 in Worland, Wyoming to Richard Emmitt and Ruth Naomi (Kresha) Mullins. He graduated from Manderson High School in 1972 and then earned his...

 

DaNette Vigil

DaNette Vigil, 47, of Birmingham, Al, formerly of Cheyenne passed away February 12, 2019 in Birmingham. We all lost an amazing mother, daughter, Mimi, Auntie, and Friend. She fought a long battle...

 
 By Marcus Huff    News    March 7, 2019

Ten Sleep man headed to trial for shooting

BASIN - A Ten Sleep man held on $500,000 cash bond in Basin on three felony counts after a shooting incident on Feb. 3 at the HiWay Bar and Café in Manderson has been held over for a jury trial in Fifth Judicial District Court. Michael Duane Verry,...

 
 By Karla Pomeroy    News    March 7, 2019

City officials address the question 'where is Walmart?'

WORLAND — After receiving a voicemail message from an anonymous caller, Worland Mayor Jim Gill addressed the issue of the city’s response now and in the past regarding bringing Walmart to Worland. Gill said the caller accused the city of...

 

Worland man pleads guilty to stalking local businesswomen

WORLAND – Todd A. Royal, 45, pleaded guilty to stalking three different Worland women during a change of plea and sentencing hearing in front of Fifth Judicial District Circuit Court Judge Edward Luhm Thursday, Feb. 28. Under a plea deal, Royal...

 
 By Tracie Mitchell    News    March 7, 2019

POSTPONED UNTIL MARCH 23 How to become a 'Below Zero Hero'

WORLAND – Dress in a costume, mentally prepare for a cold shock, find a couple sponsors and head to the Worland Aquatic Center Saturday for the Jackalope Jump to help raise money for Wyoming Special Olympic athletes. Registration starts at noon...

 

Karla's Kolumn: We must teach history in its entirety, and not alter it

This past weekend while perusing social media I ran across a post by an opinion writer (I won't say journalist because the piece was strictly opinion, very few facts). The post was a "poll" by Rick...

 
 By Tracie Mitchell    News    March 7, 2019

Lauralynn Project's visit to Worland rescheduled

WORLAND – Due to inclement weather in the Cody area, the Lauralynn Project was unable to visit Worland Saturday to give away around 120 bikes to children who couldn’t afford to buy one. Founder, Richard Perkins stated that the new date will be...

 
 By Cyd Lass    News    March 7, 2019

Worland High School speech and debate team heads to state

WORLAND - Students from multiple schools around the state head to state meet in Riverton today (Thursday). Twenty students from Worland High School will be competing. These students are Kevin...

 
 By Karla Pomeroy    News    March 7, 2019

Quilting retreat opportunity for bonding

WORLAND - Three area quilting businesses partnered up to sponsor a quilting retreat and class last weekend in Worland. Marcy Buckman of Heart-N-Home in Worland coordinated the retreat with Lauren...

 
 By Tracie Mitchell    News    March 7, 2019

Fourth time is the charm

WORLAND – Part of the Worland High School AP (Advanced Placement) biology curriculum is to inject E. coli bacteria with jellyfish DNA to create glowing colonies that, once started, could be manipulated into works of art in a petri dish. For the...

 

Warriors fall to Wheatland 46-38

Things did not start well for the Worland Warriors boys basketball team at the 3A State tournament in Casper Thursday night. The Warriors lost to the Wheatland Bulldogs 46-38 in the quarterfinals, ending any possible run at a state championship. The...

 

MARCH 11 Riverton man arrested after driving truck into lake

RIVERTON (WNE) — A Riverton man was arrested Saturday after driving his truck into Ocean Lake. Jeremy Hernandez, 47, of Riverton, was treated for exposure before being arrested for driving under the influence as a result of the incident, which he...

 

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