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June 11,2016

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Jessie Trujillo Martinez

Former Worland resident Jessie Trujillo Martinez, 70, of Aurora, CO, died peacefully at her home Thursday, June 2, 2016. She was born Oct. 14, 1945, the oldest daughter of Mecho "Mitch" and Catalina... Full story

 

US stocks tumble as oil prices drag energy companies down

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks are skidding Friday in a wave of selling that has wiped out most of the market’s gains from earlier this week. A drop in oil prices is taking energy companies sharply lower and banks are falling again as bond yields...

 
 By Karla Pomeroy    Opinion    June 11, 2016

Karla's Kolumn

Saturday I attended my second CultureFest. I had been here just a few months last year when CultureFest rolled around. I attended late afternoon when apparently several vendors had already left. This year I attended mid-morning and stayed until...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    June 11, 2016

Hear me out...Remodeling the Cleveland Cavaliers

One of my favorite movies is the wildly underrated "A Most Violent Year." During one point in the film protagonist Abel Morales is asked why he keeps pushing so hard for a property deal while there...

 
 By Tracie Mitchell    News    June 11, 2016

Joint Appropriations Committee to meet with governor about cuts

WORLAND – The Wyoming Joint Appropriations Committee will be meeting with Governor Matt Mead to discuss the governor’s proposed 8 percent cuts June 21 and 22. According to a press release, Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead is set to present state agency...

 
 By Tesia Galvan    News    June 11, 2016

Core heads to law school; new Crisis & Prevention Director named

WORLAND – Jeanne Core has devoted her life to public service and the well beings of others, and now she will continue on and help others re-build their lives after being a victim of crimes in a...

 

BLM Worland cautions travelers near gas processing plant road  

WORLAND — The Bureau of Land Management Worland Field Office advises that travel near the Washakie Midstream Gas Plant, approximately four miles east of Worland, will be temporarily restricted from June 13-30 due to the potential for high levels...

 

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