Articles from the March 30, 2023 edition
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March 30 2023
Get up-to-date on changes happening with Worland school district, Game and Fish and more....
Deer, antelope populations down, season changes proposed
“At least in my district, mule deer, antelope, and now we’re seeing a little bit of white-tails – the population is probably the lowest that I’ve ever seen,” said Worland Game and Fish Wildlife Biologist Bart Kroger at a public meeting at...
Hageman voices disapproval of Biden Administration
Following her Town Hall meeting in Ten Sleep on March 16 U.S. Representative Harriet Hageman (R-WY) told Northern Wyoming News that she was disappointed in the decision to exclude Wyoming from the Wildfire Defense Strategy. This program is a 10-year...
Jesus Deniz Rodriguez
Jesus Deniz Rodriguez, 69, passed away unexpectedly March 22, 2023 at the Washakie Medical Center in Worland, Wyoming. Jesus was born March 27, 1953 to Eusébio Deniz Ramirez and Evangelina Rodriguez... Full story
Loretta Alcaraz, 78, of Worland Wyoming fell asleep in death on March 25, 2023 surrounded by her family at the Billings Clinic Hospital in Billings Montana. Loretta was born May 14th 1944 to Antonio... Full story
Dr. Ronnie 'Ron' Forgey
A celebration of the life of Dr. Ronnie “Ron” Forgey, 76, will be at 11 a.m., Saturday, April 1, 2023, at Community Federated Church in Thermopolis. Dr. Forgey died March 14, 2023, at his home.... Full story
Di Ann Dee Quinn
Di Ann Dee Quinn, 85, passed away on March 22, 2023, at Cody Regional Health in Cody. She was born March 12, 1938, in Salem, South Dakota. Cremation has taken place and no formal services are planned at this time.... Full story
Lawrence Gunerius Hanson
Lawrence Gunerius Hanson, 93, passed away at the Worland Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center in Worland on March 23, 2023. Lawrence was born on Oct. 19, 1929, in Greybull. Cremation has taken place and Lawrence will be placed next to his mother in... Full story
Celebrating Wyoming's women trailblazers
By Sen. John Barrasso, Sen. Cynthia Lummis & Rep. Harriet Hageman March is Women’s History Month, when people across America commemorate and honor the important role played by women in our history. As members of Wyoming’s federal delegation,... Full story
When someone you love is schizophrenic
Schizophrenia is a mental health condition that involves a detachment from reality. Along with symptoms that affect concentration and memory, people living with schizophrenia experience psychosis, which can include hallucinations and delusions....
BAPC approves day care, subdivision
The City of Worland Board of Adjustment and Planning Commission approved a special exemption for 2290 Gregg Avenue to become a preschool and daycare during the Monday, March 27 meeting. Building Official and City Planner Randy Adams reported that...
Miss Rodeo Wyoming inspires Washakie County girls to get involved in fair royalty
Reata Cook made a visit to the Washakie County Fairgrounds on March 15 to get young girls excited about fair pageantry. Cook, who was crowned Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2023 in August of last year, and was...
Lady Warriors roll Powell for first win of the season
Making the most of what they have been given, the Worland Lady Warriors picked up their first win of 2023 as they cruised to a commanding victory over the Powell Lady Panthers on March 24 in Powell....
Arson suspect released
Via Wyoming News Exchange CASPER – A woman accused of setting fire to a Casper abortion clinic is being released from jail to live with her parents while a federal grand jury considers her case. Lorna Green appeared Tuesday afternoon in federal... Full story
Doughnut stop believing: YES House students create successful doughnut business
GILLETTE -A classic favorite, this beloved breakfast pastry comes in all shapes and sizes. Covered in sugar, glazed, filled or frosted, its history is based in Dutch, Russian and French cultures.... Full story
March 30, 2023 Wyoming Briefs
Mountain lion captured in Gillette GILLETTE (WNE) – Charlie Anderson chose a dangerous time to refill his bird feeder. The bird feeder hung from the side of his Kendrick Avenue home, which at that... Full story
Trials in child murder case to remain severed; first to begin in April
CODY - The cases of Carolyn Aune and Moshe Williams ¬- who are charged in the murder of 2-year-old Paisleigh Williams - will remain severed, with each facing a separate jury trial, following a March... Full story
Teton Village resident recovering from being trampled by moose
JACKSON - Hannah Garland finds it oddly comforting that she knows which moose trampled her Friday morning. "Had it been a rogue moose, I would've been constantly living on edge, like 'Are you the... Full story