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August 10 2023

School starts next week in Washakie County!...

 By KARLA POMEROY    News    August 10, 2023

Private searches scheduled for Worland woman missing 19 days

The Washakie County Sheriff’s Office is planning on one final large-scale search for Breanna Mitchell, 28 of Worland. Mitchell went missing when her Ford Expedition got stuck off of the Nowater R...

 By SEAN MORTIMER    News    August 10, 2023

Ten Sleep's music festival Nowoodstock still going strong in year 22

The 22nd Nowoodstock Festival, a music event held every year in the summer in Ten Sleep, will take place this weekend. “We’ve got an awesome lineup again this year,” said Kurt Steinke, assistant festival director. He added, “We have an excelle...


Jacqueline Lou Kremer

Jacqueline “Jackie” Lou (Lemke) Kremer, 92, passed away Aug. 7, 2023, at Thermopolis Rehabilitation and Care Center in Thermopolis. Jackie was born June 12, 1931, in Stanton, Nebraska. Cremation has taken place. Services are pending at this tim... Full story


Let us have a safe and fun school year

You are right. It seems that summer just started last week but here we are with school classes starting on Aug. 16 for both Worland and Ten Sleep and some neighboring communities. It is hard to...

 By ALEX KUHN    Sports    August 10, 2023

Better turnout than expected for Ten Sleep's first-ever golf team

The Ten Sleep High School golf team had a surprise turnout. Nine golfers are out this season to represent the Pioneers in the program's first season. "I was a little bit surprised about that...


Cody temple approved by planning board

Compromise reached on lighting, not on height CODY — The site plan for the proposed Cody temple for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was approved Tuesday by the city’s planning and zoning board – minus “the elephant in the room,... Full story


Wyoming Briefs Aug. 10 2023

Wyoming Insight report for July says oil, gas up, mining sector improving CHEYENNE (WNE) — Oil prices have increased, and natural gas prices will follow suit, according to the July 2023 issue of the Wyoming Insight, an energy index and business indic... Full story


Governor calls glamping biz 'pimples on the landscape'

West Bank glamping biz gets OK to apply for liquor license, light gas fires over Gordon’s descriptive objections. JACKSON — Gov. Mark Gordon would like to see them pop. Wyoming’s second-term Repub... Full story


Parental Rights in Education measure resurrected in Education Committee

CHEYENNE — State lawmakers on the Joint Education Committee spent most of Tuesday considering a controversial bill that was resurrected from the previous legislative session. Sen. Bo Biteman, R-Ranchester, reintroduced the Parental Rights in E... Full story


UPDATE: Star Plunge now open after temporary closure

Wyoming State Parks regretfully announces the temporary closure of the Star Plunge at Hot Springs State Park on Tuesday, Aug. 15, due to their failure to provide proof of liability insurance in compliance with their Wyoming State Parks contract. The... Full story

 By KARLA POMEROY    News    August 10, 2023

Red Sand Project; Medicine Wheel Riders raise awareness on 5-state journey

If you passed by Washakie Museum & Cultural Center Tuesday morning, Aug. 1, you would have seen a dozen or so people filling in cracks in the front sidewalk with red sand as the Red Sand Project made...


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