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March 11, 2017

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Nielsen runner-up in Poetry Out Loud contest

CHEYENNE — Lauren Haiar of Sundance Secondary School is this year’s winner of the Wyoming State Poetry Out Loud competition held in Cheyenne Monday. Taelor Nielsen of Worland High School was named as runner-up with Carlos Gonzales of Buffalo...


Karla's Kolumn

I am a woman. On Wednesday I came to work. I did not wear red. I realize some women went “on strike” Wednesday for “A Day Without Women” to protest various gender inequalities and some were protesting President Donald Trump and I believe,...

 By Scott Nulph    Sports    March 11, 2017

Big numbers at UW pro day

LARAMIE – If you have NFL players, it’s only reasonable to assume you’ll have NFL scouts at your pro day workouts. The University of Wyoming had plenty of both Thursday in Laramie. Thirteen Cowboys with professional aspirations worked out for...


UW accepts comment on program fees proposal

LARAMIE — The University of Wyoming is accepting public comment on a proposal to institute cost-based fees for academic programs. The proposal, which is detailed online at, would directly help...

 By Tracie Mitchell    News    March 11, 2017

Rotarians give a hand up

WORLAND – The Worland Rotary Club in conjunction with several other Wyoming Rotary Clubs across the state and the Huehuetenango (pronounced Way Way Tenango) Rotary Club in Guatemala have provided...


First-degree murder charge filed in Riverton slaying

RIVERTON (AP) — Prosecutors have filed a first-degree murder charge against a Riverton man accused of killing his former roommate with a claw hammer during an argument. The Riverton Ranger reports 27-year-old Florin Brandon Wyatt was initially...

 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    March 11, 2017

32 minutes left in the season

CASPER - The Worland Lady Warriors are 32 minutes away from repeating as the 3A girls basketball state champions. All that stands in their way is a familiar foe, the Star Valley Lady Braves. Getting t...

 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    March 11, 2017

Championship defense shines in semifinal victory

CASPER - The Worland Warriors need only one more box to check in their title defense checklist and this championship defense will be a success. The Warriors will play in their third-straight 3A boys...


Public Notice to Bidders City of Worland Refuse Truck

Public Notice to Bidders City of Worland Refuse Truck...  Website


Public Notice to Bidders City of Worland Backhoe

Public Notice to Bidders City of Worland Backhoe...  Website


Lyle E. Hall

Lyle Earl Hall retired pharmacist, passed away peacefully at the Worland Healthcare on March 10, 2017. He had reached the ripe old age of 91. Lyle was born on February 20, 1926 in Bridgeport, Nebraska, the first son born to Earnest and Charlotte... Full story


Public Notice to Bidders City of Worland Jetter System

Public Notice to Bidders City of Worland Jetter System...  Website


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