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  • November 24, 2018

    Nov 24, 2018

    Don't forget the Small Business Saturday specials in Worland and Thermopolis. Safe travels for those of you making trips this weekend....

  • Worland High School senior directs school play

    Cyd Lass, Staff Intern|Nov 24, 2018

    WORLAND – Next week, Worland High School's drama team will be attending the state drama competition in Rock Springs. One of the students attending this competition with a student directed play is theater veteran and high school senior Rachael Carver. Carver will be competing State Drama in both performing and directing categories. She's the second student to direct a play after they recently became an event for state. Carver has been working on a student performance of "The Diary of Anne F...

  • Karla's Kolumn: A different type of shopper

    Karla Pomeroy, Editor|Nov 24, 2018

    I didn't go Black Friday shopping. Well at least as of this writing, because, that's correct, I am at work, writing this column and working on the Saturday issue. We are closing early today and if I get all my work done there are a few local deals I plan to check out before heading over to the lighting ceremony at Pioneer Square. I'm excited about the lighting ceremony. I think it will brighten up the city for the holidays and I hope it gets everyone in the mood for Christmas. Mother Nature is...

  • Wyoming climbs out of bust

    HEATHER RICHARDS, Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange|Nov 24, 2018

    CASPER — The oil and gas industry continues to drive down unemployment rates in parts of Wyoming, though the state average remains higher than national numbers. The U.S. unemployment rate currently sits at 3.7 percent compared to Wyoming’s 4.2 percent. The state’s gradual climb out of a simultaneous bust in coal, oil and gas has yet to fill the gaps in jobs and state income created by the downturn. But a year and a half of favorable crude prices has shifted job numbers, particularly in areas of the state where activity in the oil and gas field...

  • Western Sugar plans to lay off 92 in January

    Nov 24, 2018

    TORRINGTON (WNE) — In a letter to Wyoming Workforce Services in Torrington and Mayor Mike Varney, Western Sugar Cooperative announced it would be permanently laying off 92 employees by the end of January 2019. Varney read part of the letter during Tuesday’s Torrington City Council meeting. The letter stated the lay-off is “based on current and projected business plans and needs, Western Sugar intends to permanently lay-off employees at this facility” and restated that the lay-offs will be permanent several times. Varney told the council...

  • Hot Springs Museum seeking donations to expand

    Marcus Huff, Staff Writer|Nov 24, 2018

    THERMOPOLIS – The Hot Springs Pioneer Association, founded in 1930 to preserve the history of the Thermopolis region, is currently seeking donations to purchase property adjoining the Hot Springs Museum in Thermopolis, in an attempt to expand the museum complex and handle an overflow of local artifacts. Ray Shaffer, current president and a grandson of the founders of the association, explained that the current museum is at capacity with wagons, architectural items from historic Thermopolis buildings and farm implements from personal c...

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    Nov 24, 2018

  • High-stakes showdown

    Scott Nulph, WyoSports|Nov 24, 2018

    LARAMIE – Even if Colorado State wide receiver Preston Williams hadn’t stepped out of bounds before catching a touchdown pass on the final play of the Rams’ Nov. 17 loss to Utah State, today’s matchup with the Aggies and Boise State would have still been for first place in the Mountain West Mountain Division. It just wouldn’t have quite as much juice. The No. 21-ranked Broncos (9-2 overall, 6-1 MW Mountain) host the No. 14 Aggies (10-1, 7-1 MW Mountain) at 8:15 tonight in Boise, Idaho. Not only does the winner earn a spot in next Saturday’s MW...

  • Nov 24, 2018

    Public Notice Washakie County Commissioners...  PDF

  • Nov 24, 2018

    Public Notice Election Proclamation- Washakie Rural Improvement...  PDF

  • Nov 24, 2018

    Public Notice Election Proclamation- South Circle...  PDF

  • Nov 24, 2018

    Public Notice Election Proclamation- Ponderosa...  PDF

  • Stanley Melvin Cordingly

    Nov 24, 2018

    Stanley Melvin Cordingly, 86, passed away peacefully at his home on November 21, 2018. Stan was born August 4, 1932 in Upton, Wyoming to Vernie Arthur and Florence Mae (Adkins) Cordingly. He graduated from Upton High School in 1951. Stan served as the Captain's Yeomen during the Korean War and was honorably discharged in 1955. On October 16, 1953, he married the love of his life, Lola Belle Dowdy and to that union four children were born. After his military service, the couple returned to Upton... Full story

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