Articles from the April 11, 2024 edition

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April 11, 2024

Local news, pictures from South Side's annual Egg Drop and Ten Sleep's prom!...

 By SEAN MORTIMER    News    April 11, 2024

Black Hills trip approved as alternative to Teton Science School

Sixth grade teacher Wade Moor gave a presentation with Ten Sleep sixth graders during the Washakie County District 2 Board of Trustees meeting on April 8, proposing an alternative to the Teton Science Schools that Ten Sleep students will no longer...

 By KARLA POMEROY    News    April 11, 2024

Worland City Council Meeting; Washakie Avenue projects moving forward

The Worland City County received updates on two projects along Washakie Avenue during its meeting last Tuesday, April 2. The council approved having the mayor sign the agreement with Ardurra Engineers...


Milton Jon Schenk

Milton Jon Schenk, 76, passed away at his home in Casper on March 8, 2024. Milton was born on October 1, 1947, in Worland, Wyoming, to Clifford E. and Jenny Sydney (Hoggsett) Schenk. He joined older... Full story


Melvin Ray Pierce

Melvin Ray Pierce, 71, suddenly passed away at his Worland home on April 3, 2024. Mel was born in Alliance, Nebraska on February 26, 1953, one of seventeen children born to Milford Howard and Alice Fl... Full story


Bonnie Faye Hefenieder

Bonnie Faye (Kelly) Hefenieder died April 7, 2024, in Worland, Wyoming. She was born January 27, 1943, in Hamilton, Montana to Samuel and Nellie Dean (Warford) Kelly. The family moved to a farm... Full story


William "Bill" Balwick Bargeron

William "Bill" Balwick Bargeron, 78, passed away April 2, 2024 at the Worland Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center. Bill was born in Oakland, California on October 20, 1945, the only child born to... Full story


Terece (Teri) J. Fritzler

Terece (Teri) J. Fritzler went to be with her Heavenly Father on April 2, 2024. She passed peacefully at her home in Buffalo, WY. Teri was born in Worland, WY on September 11, 1963, to Robert H. and K... Full story


The News Editorial: Chain of command needs to be flexible

A situation in which a city employee tried, in the words of City Attorney Kent Richins, “everything in their power to try to get rid of department heads and council members” has prompted some pro...

 By GRACE WALHUS    News    April 11, 2024

Washakie County welcomes new extension educator

Following a seven-month vacancy in the absence of former University of Wyoming Extension Educator Caitlin Youngquist, the position is now filled by Basin native Dan VanderPloeg. VanderPloeg, who is no...

 By MIKE KOSHMRL    News    April 11, 2024

Wyoming cites law to justify secrecy about wolf's alleged torture; but it may not apply

Twelve-year old law was intended to protect the identity of legal wolf hunters, and that doesn’t fit the description of a Sublette County man who broke the law by taking possession of a live wolf. Wyoming wildlife officials on Thursday released t... Full story

 By ALEX KUHN    Sports    April 11, 2024

Lady Warriors pick up another win, and Warriors finish second at home meet

There’s nothing like home cooking, and the Worland High School track and field team made the most of hosting their annual meet, the D&D Invitational, on April 4. The Lady Warriors won their home m...

 By Billy Arnold    News    April 11, 2024

Death threats roll in as wolf abuse investigation proceeds

Via Wyoming News Exchange JACKSON — Sublette County is usually a quiet community of about 9,000 people. But after allegations of wolf abuse went international, residents have been inundated with v... Full story

 By Mike Koshmrl    News    April 11, 2024

Video corroborates key aspects of Wyoming wolf abuse allegations

Footage released by Wyoming Game and Fish shows a live wolf was brought into a public space. An accompanying report says a Daniel man admitted to possessing the animal. Video evidence released Wednesd... Full story

 By Nathan Oster    News    April 11, 2024

Hand counting ballots may restore public trust in elections, senator says

Via Wyoming News Exchange GREYBULL — Still stinging from a defeat in Park County, Sen. Dan Laursen, R-Powell, said last week that while he still prefers a hand count of votes cast in this year’s elections to electronic tabulating machines, he doesn’t... Full story


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