Articles from the April 18, 2019 edition
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MSU's Tolman vaults from Otto to global service to win competitive Truman Scholarship
BOZEMAN – A Montana State University student who dreams of impacting health inequities in small towns like her hometown in Wyoming as well as in small communities across the globe has won a highly...
Chief Washakie FFA dominates proficiency awards at State FFA Convention
WORLAND — While the proficiency applications may have been judged in late March, proficiency results were not announced until the Wyoming State FFA Convention this past week and it was well worth the wait for the member of the Chief Washakie FFA...
Local woman battling illness speaks out on the risks of breast implants
WORLAND – While the Food and Drug Association (FDA) has taken up the decades-long debate over breast implant safety, one local woman is fighting her own breast implant battle. In February of this... Full story
City enters into MOU with Town of Kirby
WORLAND — A bid, a street closure and a memorandum of understanding were approved by the Worland City Council at their regular meeting Tuesday night. Engineering representative Mike Donnell...
Right-of-way fencing project begins north of Worland
WORLAND — More than 72 miles of right-of-way fencing will be replaced in a $1.6 million project currently under way north of Worland alongside U.S. 20. “The work will take place in 10 different locations throughout the Big Horn Basin,” said Wyo... Full story
The N.E.D. Adventure comes to East Side Elementary
WORLAND – Worland kindergarten through third-grade students attended the NED's Mindset Mission at the Worland Middle School Auditorium Wednesday afternoon, to follow cardboard NED through a series...
April 18 Wyoming News Briefs
Special prosecutor appointed in Wiley parole case THERMOPOLIS (WNE) — A murder case from 1990 is coming up again, the James Michael Wiley case. Wiley was convicted in 1990 on charges of first- and second-degree murder in the deaths of his...
Worland track gearing up for final push of the regular season
WORLAND - It is hard to believe but the track and field season is nearly complete and for the Worland High School team they have three meets remaining before the start of the postseason. Hosting... Full story
Hear Me Out...Is Tiger's resurgence awesome or terrible?
One of the more entertaining things about social media, while also slightly annoying, is the pushback. No matter the topic, person or place, there is always going to be a pushback. Then you can... Full story