Articles from the April 25, 2019 edition
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Child sex abuse trial underway for former Worland man
WORLAND – The trial of former Worland man, Jason Arnold Miller, started Monday, April 22. Miller, who pleaded not guilty in November in Washakie County Fifth Judicial District Court, is facing four counts of first degree sexual abuse of a minor. Th...
Life without chain stores
WORLAND — Big Horn Basin communities are teaming up with Wyoming Business Council and National Main Street Center as they look to fill product gaps as Shopko stores close this spring. According to Wyoming Business Council Northwest Regional...
Fur Ball helps raise funds and awareness for New Hope Humane Society
WORLAND – Every year, approximately 6.5 million animal companions enter animal shelters nationwide. Out of that number, it’s estimated that 3.2 million shelter animals get adopted every year. New Hope Humane Society in Worland provides an opportu...
Bobcats and Lady Bobcats rack up the PRs at Warrior Triangular
THERMOPOLIS - The Warrior Triangular at Worland High School on April 18 turned out to be a terrific meet for the Hot Springs County High School track and field team. Not only did 26 of the 30-plus... Full story
No. 1 Warriors move closer to clinching a spot in the state tournament
WORLAND - A pair of home wins over 3A West foes, Powell on April 18 and Lander on April 23 has moved the Worland Warriors boy soccer team that much closer to clinching a spot in the 3A State soccer... Full story
Hear Me Out...The NBA needs a Jon Gruden-type coach
I know the NBA is powered by its superstars. That's never been a secret and it's the model that works for a league with an 82-game season and four best-of-seven playoff rounds. But I think if we... Full story