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 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    March 9, 2018

Warriors upset bid over Cody falls short, lose 51-50

CASPER - For 31 minutes the Worland Warriors controlled the game against No. 1-seeded Cody, but during the final minute of Thursday's 3A State boys basketball quarterfinal game the Warriors had the...

 
 By Karla Pomeroy    News    March 9, 2018

Council considers sick leave payout policy

WORLAND — The Worland City Council reviewed a sick leave payout policy Tuesday night. Three members of the council worked on the policy with City of Worland officials including Clerk/Treasurer Tracy Glanz. The policy would allow employees to be...

 
 By Marcus Huff    News    March 9, 2018

Cowboy Carnegies featured in Thermopolis Saturday

THERMOPOLIS – The Alliance for Historic Wyoming (AHW), along with the Hot Springs County Museum will be celebrating historic Carnegie libraries around Wyoming with a traveling exhibit and tour this Saturday. Built in 1917, the Carnegie Library in...

 

WHS science students compete with boats

WORLAND — Worland High School students from the six physical science classes will be testing out their cardboard and duct tape boats they have made for an assessment involving engineering,...

 

NWC Forensics claims first at Western States Tournament

POWELL — Northwest College Forensics claimed its place as top community college in the Western States Communication Association Tournament at Santa Clara University in California. The team took second overall behind the University of Utah, and...

 

Third annual 'Ignite The Basin' tonight

BASIN — “Enlighten us but make it quick” is the tagline for Ignite Talks. Ignite Talks began in Seattle in 2006 and are now in more than 350 cities worldwide including Basin, according to organizer Lynn Davies. Ignite’s mission is...

 

5 Gillette residents lose hunting privileges in Washakie County elk poaching case

WORLAND – Two Gillette residents pleaded guilty Thursday for taking 11 elk and only possessing three tags from hunt area 48 in Washakie County last November, while three family members also pleaded guilty to unlawful transfer of a hunting license....

 

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