Articles from the June 16, 2022 edition
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21st annual Culturefest this Saturday
WORLAND – This Saturday the Worland Community Center Complex (WCCC) will be hosting the 21st Culturefest in the back field of their building. The festivities will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Worland Community Center Complex Marketing Director Sheryl...
Stars and Pipes Demolition Derby results
WORLAND – The Worland Demolition Derby, which was put on by Stars and Pipes Demolition Derby, a Thermopolis company promoting and organizing derbies, had 18 cars compete, nine Gut-n-Go's and 10...
Pig wrestling will be different but still part of county fair
WORLAND - After being notified by email that Double D Livestock of Greybull would be canceling the pig wrestling events due to lack of swine, the Washakie County Fair Board began looking for alternati...
Election 2022: ID to vote required in Wyoming
WORLAND — Voters for the upcoming Aug. 16 primary election are reminded that the Wyoming Legislature passed a bill requiring voter identification at the polls last year. Wyoming’s Voter ID Law...
Washakie County School District No. 2 Salary schedules approved; Supt. Phelps says goodbye
TEN SLEEP — In Superintendent Jimmy Phelps’ final meeting, the Ten Sleep school board handled a number of personnel issues in a meeting that finished under one hour. Phelps is retiring at the end...
BLM welcomes Matt Marsh as manager of Wind River/Bighorn Basin District
The Bureau of Land Management welcomes Matt Marsh as the new district manager for the Wind River/Bighorn Basin District of Wyoming. As district manager, Marsh oversees activities on approximately 5.7... Full story
GUEST COLUMN: Agree or not Jan. 6 hearings are history we need to witness
A once-in-a-generation political crisis that’s systematically tightened its grip on the foundations of America’s democracy is coming to a crescendo with this month’s hearings on the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol. Thursday’s... Full story
Residents displaced after Yellowstone flooding takes out roads
JACKSON -A few hours before her house was pulled into the Yellowstone River by raging floodwaters, Katy Canetta realized she'd forgotten something: A sketchbook with a drawing of her grandmother who... Full story