Articles from the July 4, 2019 edition
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July 04, 2019
Have a safe and Happy Fourth of July celebration. Our office will be closed Thursday. We will be open Friday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Inserts inside this week's print publication are Blair's, Reese&Ray's, Bomgaars and Big Horn Co-op. Online subscribers can...
News Editorial: Use common sense this Fourth of July
Common sense safety. If it is common sense you think the safety tips would go without having to be said, but that’s not the case, that’s why on your blow dryer it says not to immerse in water.... Full story
Riding for human trafficking victims
MANDERSON - Manderson resident and activist Karen Fettig began making her way around Wyoming last week to raise awareness around the state about human trafficking and its victims. According to the...
4 WHS students return from National Speech and Debate
WORLAND – Recently, four Worland High School students went to National Speech and Debate in Dallas, Texas, to participate in multiple events and categories alongside some of the best in the country. These students were Zoe Fernandez and Madeline... Full story
Worland woodturner wins Best in Show
WORLAND – Over Father's Day weekend, Worland resident and co-owner of Graceful Woodturnings, Mat King earned the prestigious award of Best in Show at the 65th annual Summer Fest Arts Faire in...
Councilman Koch remembered as man of honesty, integrity
WORLAND -Former Northern Wyoming Daily News circulation manager and Worland City Council member Dennis Koch was remembered as a man of honesty and integrity. Koch, 70, passed away Thursday, June 27,... Full story
Betty joined the Lord and family in heaven on June 25, 2019. Graveside services were held at 10 a.m., Monday, July 1, 2019 at the Riverview Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Worland. Betty was born in...
Blackjewel closes two mines, nearly 600 out of work
GILLETTE — Nearly 600 workers at Blackjewel LLC’s coal mines in Campbell County are suddenly out of work after the company abruptly closed its Eagle Butte and Belle Ayr mines Monday afternoon. The move came just hours after the company had filed... Full story
Retired UW administrators to return temporarily
LARAMIE — Bill Mai and Chris Boswell, two former administrators who retired from the University of Wyoming in 2018, are returning to the school on 12-month agreements to help as the board of trustees convene a search for a permanent president.... Full story