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  • Bomengen, Hunt and Weyer go first, second and third at Bobcat Invite

    Alex Kuhn, Sports Editor|Oct 5, 2017

    THERMOPOLIS - The Hot Springs County cross-country team finished their homecoming week with a bang. Hosting the Bobcat Invite on Sept. 30, the Lady Bobcat sophomore trio of McKenna Bomengen, Tahja Hunt and Olivia Weyer finished first, second and third respectively. "It was pretty good. I thought we could finish in the top five, but went one, two three instead. It was a huge surprise for Olivia to finish third, which was awesome, but definitely overall it was an awesome meet for us," said HSCHS...

  • Arrested drunk man claims he time traveled to warn of aliens

    Oct 5, 2017

    CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Police say a central Wyoming man they arrested for public intoxication claimed he had traveled back in time to warn of an alien invasion. Casper police say the man they encountered at 10:30 p.m. Monday claimed he was from the year 2048. KTWO-AM in Casper reports that the man told police that he wanted to warn the people of Casper that aliens will arrive next year, and that they should leave as soon as possible. He asked to speak to the president of the town, about 170 miles (270 kilometers) northwest of Cheyenne. The man t...

  • October fun at local libraries

    Karen Funk, Columnist|Oct 5, 2017

    National Friends of the Library Week is Oct. 15-21. This celebration is a time to promote the Friends of the Library in our communities and raise awareness about our libraries. It is an excellent opportunity for you to join the Friends groups and support your library. We love October in the Library! There are many things planned this month starting with the Ten Sleep Harvest Dinner on Oct. 14 from 5-8 p.m. This event is held annually at the Ten Sleep School cafeteria. Dinner tickets are $10 for adults, $40 for a family and $5 for a child and ca...

  • Sandbar removal complete, river flows to increase

    Karla Pomeroy, Editor|Oct 5, 2017

    WORLAND — Taking just under three weeks, the removal of the sandbar in the Big Horn River north of the U.S. Highway 20 bridge is complete. McClellan and Macqueen of Worland completed the project Wednesday. Washakie County Emergency Management and Homeland Security Director Jeff Schweighart said, “On behalf of Washakie County and the City of Worland, I would like to thank our community for their patience with the truck traffic during the project and the [Rotary Riverside] park closure for thi...

  • Gorgeous Gals Gala is Saturday

    Tracie Mitchell, Staff Writer|Oct 5, 2017

    WORLAND – The 23rd annual Gorgeous Gals Gala is Saturday at the Worland Community Center Complex. The event, put on by the Gorgeous Gals and the Worland Business and Professional Women’s organization starts at 6 p.m. with a reception, a dinner around 7 p.m. and entertainment around 8 p.m. During the reception event hostess Wendy Press Sweeny stated that there will be short presentations on the different resources that are available in the community for community members. “We are going to have Jay Stallings speaking on behalf of the hospi...

  • Garden Club takes over city hall landscaping

    Karla Pomeroy, Editor|Oct 5, 2017

    WORLAND — The Worland Garden Club will be taking over landscaping at Worland City Hall. Club members Jane O’Connor and Kay Fritzler came to Tuesday night’s Worland City Council meeting to discuss plans. O’Connor asked if there was a reliable drip system around city hall. Mike Donnell, of the city engineering firm Donnell & Allred said there is a drip system in the planters. There is a water source for around the building. O’Connor and Fritzler asked if the city council had any specific plans for...

  • Baby found abandoned near Sioux Falls church

    Oct 5, 2017

    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Police say they’ve found the parents of a newborn left outside a church in Sioux Falls overnight. Officers found the 2-month-old child in a car seat about 8:45 a.m. Tuesday. Investigators believe the child was left there overnight because he was wet and cold. The National Weather Service says temperatures reached a low of 46 overnight with nearly 3 inches of rain. The child was placed in protective custody. Police say the parents are a 38-year-old man and a 28-year-old woman from Sioux Falls....

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