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  • MARCH 25 NEWS Briefs via WNE

    Mar 21, 2019

    Company wants to bring hail mitigation techniques to Cheyenne CHEYENNE (WNE) — A North Dakota company wants to bring its cloud-seeding technology to Cheyenne in an effort to mitigate hail damage from storms. According to Cheyenne Mayor Marian Orr, Fargo-based Weather Modification Inc. seeks to base aircraft and storm teams at Cheyenne Regional Airport, starting with the 2020 spring storm season. The company hopes to use seeding techniques to decrease the size of hailstones in order to reduce damage to crops and property. The company c... Full story

  • Warriors begin their title defense Worland soccer opens the season with the

    Alex Kuhn, Sports Editor|Mar 21, 2019

    WORLAND - Gone are the days of sneaking up on teams, now the Worland High School boys soccer team will have the target on their backs. The 2019 season will be new territory for the Warriors. They enter the season as the defending 3A State champions and are No. 1-ranked team in 3A, according to WyoPreps media and coaches poll. The Warriors start the season with 36 players on the roster which should make practices all the more competitive. "The first two weeks have been great. The boys have had... Full story

  • MARCH 26 Wyoming News Briefs via WNE

    Wyoming News Exchange|Mar 21, 2019

    City recognizes Cheyenne man for life-saving efforts during blizzard CHEYENNE – Cheyenne city officials on Monday recognized a man for saving the life of another man who could have frozen to death during the city’s recent blizzard. During a short ceremony and with his family looking on, Miles Quisenberry received a certificate for his March 14 actions from Mayor Marian Orr and Police Chief Brian Kozak. Quisenberry had gotten up early that day. The wind howling, and it was very cold. According to city officials, Quisenberry left his house on...

  • Most speakers in Gillette oppose arming teachers

    Kathy Brown, Gillette News Record Via Wyoming News Exchange|Mar 21, 2019

    GILLETTE — Jenny Carroll fought through nerves and tears Thursday night to tell how she opposes the Campbell County School District moving forward on a policy that would arm teachers and school employees. She was one of 11 people who spoke Thursday night in the first of three public listening sessions in Gillette about how they feel about the district looking into a new state policy adopted by the Wyoming Legislature in its 2017 session. Since the statute took effect, two school districts in Wyoming have adopted it. Several other districts a... Full story

  • Worland Track gets season off to a solid start in Wind River

    Alex Kuhn, Sports Editor|Mar 21, 2019

    WORLAND - While most of the track and field meets around the state were canceled due to weather, the Worland Warriors and Lady Warriors were able to get a meet under their belt. Competing at the Wind River High School Invitational in Pavillion, the Warriors placed second scoring 72 points as a team while the Lady Warriors finished sixth scoring 43 points. "It was a good day," said WHS track and field coach Tracey Wiley. "Alexa [Caballero] automatically qualified for state in the discus. She... Full story

  • Health care prices are higher in Wyoming than elsewhere. But no one is sure exactly why.

    SETH KLAMANN, Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange|Mar 21, 2019

    CASPER — Attempt to diagnose the reason for high health prices in Wyoming and you’ll find no shortage of supposed causes. There are the insurance companies — which one Casper doctor called a “bloated sucking worm,” but other officials said lacked the power here to dictate pricing, and one insurer said are critical to delivering care to Wyomingites. There are the hospitals, which a legislative committee is examining to determine their role in driving up prices. Others in the health sector said the facilities have an outsized role in determini...

  • Ozone levels puzzle officials

    HEATHER RICHARDS, Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange|Mar 21, 2019

    CASPER — Joel Bousman wasn’t sure if ozone would be a problem Friday, despite a warning from the state. The snow covered the sage brush and the wind was less than 10 miles per hour — both bad signs. On the other hand, it had been overcast most of the day at the Sublette County commissioner’s ranch near Boulder — a small community about 12 miles southeast of Pinedale, within view of the Wind River Mountains. You need the right mix of factors to create ground-level ozone: sunlight, snow cover, little to no wind and, of course, emissions from the... Full story

  • HSCHS track and field begins season in Cody

    Alex Kuhn, Sports Editors|Mar 21, 2019

    THERMOPOLIS - The track and field season gets underway for the Hot Springs County High School Bobcats and Lady Bobcats this Saturday in Cody. First-year track and field coach Aimee Kay takes over the HSCHS track program from Ernie Mecca who retired last spring. Participation is still up and each Bobcat and Lady Bobcat athlete has been working hard to prepare for this season. "Our numbers are comparable to last year, we currently have 30 kids out. We have a decent amount of returning... Full story

  • Legislature's interim topics finalized

    Ramsey Scott, Wyoming Tribune Eagle Via Wyoming News Exchange|Mar 21, 2019

    CHEYENNE — Lawmakers have been given their marching orders for this upcoming interim session by the Legislature's Management Council. The leadership of the House and Senate approved a slew of topics Friday for committees to work on during the interim session. The 10 committees and five subcommittes will deal with a broad range of issues, covering everything from revenue-broadening tax measures to how to care for an aging population. Each committee will deal with about a half-dozen issues throughout the rest of the year, and potentially draft l... Full story

  • Karla's Kolumn: Thank you for investing in Worland

    Karla Pomeroy, Editor|Mar 21, 2019

    Congratulations to Bomgaars for the latest business to invest in the future of Worland. The farm and ranch supply store begins its four-day grand opening today. We welcome the franchise to Worland and hope they, along with all of the Worland businesses, have a long and prosperous future here in Washakie County. The recent opening of Bomgaars, along with the closing of Shopko, has prompted many rumors and angry anonymous callers asking about what happened to Walmart and wondering if the city of...

  • New municipal court judge looking to serve the city

    Karla Pomeroy, Editor|Mar 21, 2019

    WORLAND - Accepting the appointment as the Worland Municipal Court Judge was a "way to serve the city and the community" for Worland attorney Marcy Argeris. Argeris was sworn in on Jan. 3, 2019, and has presided over court three times since her swearing in. She said she applied for the position as a way to serve but also for another chance to work with City Attorney Kent Richins and the Worland Police Department. She said she had gotten to know them during her four-year term as Washakie County A...

  • Dollar Tree announces future plans for Family Dollar

    Karla Pomeroy, Editor|Mar 21, 2019

    WORLAND — In announcing fourth quarter financial results on March 6, Dollar Tree Inc. also announced plans for their Family Dollar stores. Kayleigh M. Painter, manager, investor and media relations for Dollar Tree, Inc. said, “There are several incorrect media reports circling over the past few days.” She said, “As of February 2, 2019, the Company operated 7,001 Dollar Tree stores and 8,236 Family Dollar stores. Dollar Tree, a Fortune 200 Company, operated 15,237 stores across 48 states and fiv... Full story

  • Antler hunting could be regulated in the Basin

    Tracie Mitchell, Staff Writer|Mar 21, 2019

    WORLAND – The tradition of searching for recently shed antlers in the spring may be in jeopardy as the Wyoming Legislature passed and the governor signed House Bill 28, allowing the Game and Fish to regulate shed gathering in much of Wyoming. According to Wyoming Game and Fish Public Outreach Specialist Sara DiRienzo, “What House Bill 0028 did is it gave the Wyoming Game and Fish commission to regulate antler hunting west of I-25 and I-90. It gives the authority to promulgate regulation that wou... Full story

  • Hear Me Out...A guaranteed plan to winning your March Madness pool

    Alex Kuhn, Sports Editor|Mar 21, 2019

    March Madness is officially underway. I know technically it starts with those "First Four" games but watching a collection of teams that don't belong in the tournament or are No. 16-seeds, isn't why I watch the most entertaining postseason in all of sports. From now until Sunday, is one of the best days on the sports calendar. Brackets will be made or busted over these next four days and you'll either be that much closer to winning your office pool and ultimate sports knowledge bragging rights... Full story

  • Mar 21, 2019

    Public Notice Ten Sleep Liquor Licence Application...  PDF

  • Mar 21, 2019

    City of Worland Board of Adjustment and Planning Commission Vacancy...  PDF

  • Mar 21, 2019

    Public Notice of Foreclosure Sale- Royal...  PDF

  • Mar 21, 2019

    Public Notice Advertisement for Bids- Taxilane C Widening...  PDF

  • Mar 21, 2019

    Public Notice WCSD #2 Warrants...  PDF

  • Mar 21, 2019

    Public Notice Washakie County Commissioners Minutes With Bills...  PDF

  • Victor Curtis Hughes Jr.

    Mar 21, 2019

    Victor Curtis “Curt” Hughes Jr., 83, passed away March 13, 2019, at his residence in Hot Springs County, Wyoming. A Celebration of Life will be held later in the spring.... Full story

  • Esperanza C. Flores

    Mar 21, 2019

    Esperanza C. Flores, 76, of Powell, passed away March 13, 2019 peacefully in her home. Funeral Mass services will be on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 2 p.m. at St. Barbara’s in Powell.... Full story

  • Rebeka L. Hansen-Obenchain

    Mar 21, 2019

    Rebeka L. Hansen-Obenchain, 37, of Denver, Colorado died March 8, 2019, in Denver. Rebeka was born June 28, 1981 in Worland. Services are planned for a future date....

  • Jon Jacob Fritzler

    Mar 21, 2019

    Jon Jacob Fritzler, beloved son, passed away suddenly at the young age of 30, on Tuesday, March 12, 2019, in Worland. Jon was born Aug. 30, 1988, to Scott and Lynn Fritzler, in Lander. He graduated from Worland High School where he enjoyed playing soccer and having theoretical conversations with Coach McGee and anyone else who would engage in them. Jon enjoyed spending a lot of time after graduation with aunts, uncles and cousins in Connecticut, Texas and Riverton, Wyoming. He worked for the... Full story

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