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March 19, 2016

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Snowmobiles causing resource damage in the forest

SHERIDAN – Warming weather conditions have led to early snowmelt in some parts of the Bighorn National Forest, conditions that are ripe for damage to roads, trails, and vegetation. Forest Service regulations prohibit over-snow travel in areas with...

 By Karla Pomeroy    News    March 19, 2016

Karla's Kolumn

What an exciting time in Worland. There is much to celebrate. We started off the month with a state championship high jumper in indoor track, after last month having some state championship wrestlers. Then came this past weekend. And what a weekend...


Austin Dillon takes the pole on a speedy day at Fontana

FONTANA, Calif. (AP) — Austin Dillon has won the pole for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race in Fontana, California, claiming the spot for the first time this season at a top speed of 188.482 mph. Dillon turned a lap in 38.2 seconds flat Friday in his...


Middle Tennessee St upsets No. 2 seed Michigan State

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Reality hit Middle Tennessee State guard Jaqawn Raymond as he walked triumphantly off the floor. Giddy Potts thought it might come later, once he returned to the team hotel and flipped on the TV. It sunk in immediately for...

 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    March 19, 2016

WHS hosts powerlifting meet today

WORLAND — As Hans and Franz would say “It’s time to pump *clap* you up!” Worland High School will be hosting a powerlifting meet today. Talking to coach Ryan Utterback this will be the first time, in recent history, Worland has hosted a...


Angry bees force NASCAR to abandon flag stand at Fontana

FONTANA, Calif. (AP) — A swarm of bees has taken over the flag stand at Fontana, forcing NASCAR to improvise before the start of qualifying. The starter is using a temporary platform on the fan side of the fence to start the Sprint Cup Series...

 By Tesia Galvan    News    March 19, 2016

World of Children: Worland High School students gain life experience

WORLAND – A partnership between Worland High School and Worland Preschool School allows high school students to become teachers three times a week. The family and consumer sciences class, taught by...

 By Tesia Galvan    News    March 19, 2016

Top chamber awards

WORLAND – Volunteer and Business of the Year were honored after an evening of dining and entertainment at the Fraternal Order of Eagles in Worland during the Worland-Ten Sleep Chamber Banquet....

 By Karla Pomeroy    News    March 19, 2016

Democratic House candidate gives voters a choice from the status quo

WORLAND — Ryan Greene, Democratic candidate for U.S. House, stopped in Worland Thursday, part of an eight-day, 23-county tour. “We’re going to all 23 counties to meet with our team and really get the campaign going. I’ve got to get name...


Office hours Wednesday for Congressional representatives

WORLAND — Senators Mike Enzi and John Barrasso and Congressman Cynthia announced this week that their Washakie County representatives, Reagen Bebout, Oaklee Anderson and Sherlyn Kaiser are scheduled to hold office hours in Worland. The three will...


Brenna Michelle Rankin

Brenna Michelle Rankin, 2, passed away Wednesday, March 16, 2016 at her home in Thermopolis after a courageous battle with cancer. Born June 25, 2013 in Riverton, WY, she was the second child of Shane... Full story


Public Notice Worland City Council Special Meeting

Public Notice Minutes of the Worland City Council March 8, 2016 Special Meeting...  Website


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