Articles from the March 12, 2020 edition
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March 12, 2020
Look for Blair's, Bomgaars and Sutherlands inserts in this week's Northern Wyoming News....
County moves to Level 3 status; county facilities closed to public
UPDATE: 12:19 p.m. March 18, 2020 Per a press release from the Washakie County Public Health, the City of Worland has also closed its offices and facilities to the public to follow the county's lead. Employees are still working and available for... Full story
MARCH 18 Wyo. Gov issues statement supporting national guidelines
Governor Gordon issues statement supporting President's coronavirus guidelines CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Mark Gordon has issued the following statement Wednesday, March 18 in support of The... Full story
MARCH 18 - 3rd individual Tests Positive for COVID-19 in Cheyenne
Third Individual Has Tested Positive for COVID-19 in Cheyenne CHEYENNE – Wednesday morning, a third individual tested positive for COVID-19 in Cheyenne. The Cheyenne Laramie County Health Department, Emergency Management, and all elected officials... Full story
MARCH 15 - Worland, Thermopolis classes canceled, Ten Sleep school in session Monday
Worland, Thermopolis schools will be closed to classes starting tomorrow, Monday, per Washakie County School District No. 1 Business Manager Jack Stott. The decision comes after Governor Mark Gordon and State Superintendent Jillian Balow recommended... Full story
The News Editorial: Do not panic, get the facts on coronavirus
OK can someone please explain why people are hoarding toilet paper? It is understandable if you have to be quarantined because of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). You might need some extra as you likely will not be leaving your home to be goi... Full story
Ten Sleep principal's contract extended through 2022
TEN SLEEP - The Ten Sleep school board met on Monday night for their regularly scheduled meeting to set a date for their budget session, as well as approve a new contract for Principal Levi Collins....
Reclamation announces planned flushing flow downstream of Boysen Dam
MILLS – The Bureau of Reclamation, at the request of, and in collaboration with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGF), has scheduled a one-time flushing flow in the Wind River downstream of Boysen Dam, according to Wyoming Area Manager,...
'The World Needs More Cowboys' celebration March 19 in Worland
WORLAND — Students will learn more about the University of Wyoming, UW alumni will connect with their alma mater, and members of the public will find out more about UW’s presence in their community during a “The World Needs More Cowboys... Full story
County Fair Board discusses breed criteria, arena repairs
The Washakie County Fair Board met March 9 for its regularly scheduled meeting and heard from a potential rodeo contractor. The Fair Board began advertising last week in the Northern Wyoming News for bid packages for this year’s County Fair Rodeo...
Poetry Out Loud competition growing
WORLAND — This year’s Poetry Out Loud State Finals Competition on March 2 at the Cheyenne Civic Center was the largest in its 15-year history, according to Mary Billiter, arts education...
BH National Forest to host open houses on invasive and native plant species management
GREYBULL — Bighorn National Forest officials are hosting two open house meetings for an upcoming project to address noxious, invasive and select native plant species on national forest lands. The project is known as the Invasive and Other Select Pl... Full story
Ever so close, the Lady Bobcats fall a win short from making state
THERMOPOLIS - With a chance at making it to their first 3A State tournament since returning to 3A in 2016, the Hot Springs County Lady Bobcats fell a few possessions short of doing so at the 3A East... Full story