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March 31, 2018

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Karla's Kolumn: Celebrate Easter, April Fool's Day and the start of Hula Week

I’ve heard it said a few times this week that it seems weird that Easter, a sacred Christian holiday, would be the same day as April Fool’s Day. The problem is that April Fool’s Day is always April 1, while Easter does not have a set date excep...

 

Fort Washakie woman rescued after 10 hours pinned inside her vehicle

LANDER — An observant Wyoming Department of Transportation maintenance employee saw tire tracks and a hole in the fence along Wyoming 28 south of Lander Tuesday, eventually leading to the rescue of a Fort Washakie woman. Candice Tindall, 25, of...

 

NOT REAL NEWS: Government didn't find cocaine in Coors Light

DENVER (AP) — The U.S. government didn’t find Coors Light beer laced with cocaine, despite claims that originated on a satirical website. The article claiming the Food and Drug Administration discovered “thousands” of contaminated beers...

 
 By Marcus Huff    News    March 31, 2018

County commission to host review of tax survey results

WORLAND- The Washakie County Commission will host the last of a set of special tax meetings on Tuesday, to review the results of a recent voter tax survey, to determine the best use for a general one-cent sales tax. The meeting will be held in the...

 
 By Cyd Lass    News    March 31, 2018

Worland residents share Easter traditions, memories

WORLAND – Countless traditions have branched out the past few centuries to celebrate Easter and its meaning. Though the most popular include church services and egg hunts, a few families have also...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    March 31, 2018

Hear me out...

The sneaky good part about one of the best stretches in sports By ALEX KUHN Sports Editor From March to the end of April is one of the best times on the sports calendar. There's the NCAA tournament...

 

Fullback position still evolving, developing for Cowboys

Fullback position still evolving, developing for Cowboys LARAMIE – Mike Bath wants three but, right now, he only has one. The University of Wyoming fullbacks/tight ends coach wants three fullbacks...

 

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