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 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    September 6, 2016

They came, they saw, they conquered

CODY -Worland High School volleyball team played four matches totaling 13 games and only dropped one game of those 13 during the Border Wars tournament in Cody on Friday and Saturday. The Lady Warrior...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    September 6, 2016

WHS swimming makes a strong showing at Terry Bartlett Invite

CODY - The Worland High School girls swimming team went against other 3A rivals and 4A Sheridan and showed what they were made of Friday afternoon at the Terry Bartlett Invite in Cody.  As a team...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    September 6, 2016

Shorthanded Pioneers find way to win

TEN SLEEP - The Ten Sleep Pioneers 6-man football team opened their season with a 68-39 win over the Hulett Red Devils Saturday afternoon in Ten Sleep. With only six players available for the contest...

 

The life of Archie Harvard

People often ask me where I get ideas for the columns I write. Usually, they come from my own experiences, but sometimes my readers suggest things I might write about. The other day, while I was at the Worland Post Office, Jerry Doerr said I should g...

 
 By Tesia Galvan    News    September 6, 2016

Public Health issues screen-free challenge

WORLAND – Challenge your kids to remain “screen free” for a couple of hours every day next week with Public Health’s “Screen Free Week.” Washakie County Public Health is challenging families with children aged 3 to eighth grade to remain...

 
 By Tesia Galvan    News    September 6, 2016

Liquor license transfer on council agenda

WORLAND – A liquor license transfer is scheduled at the Worland City Council meeting for Tuesday evening. The transfer will be for the Rock Bottom Bar & Grill on Big Horn Avenue to The Warehouse located on 401 N. Railway, and owner Jim Schneider...

 

Bighorn National Forest may change camping rules 

BIGHORN NATIONAL FOREST (AP) — One does not have to drive far to notice the dozens of campers and RVs parked among the trees from a common Forest Service Road in the Bighorn Mountains. Dispersed camping is one of the most popular recreational...

 

Family Health, Part 1: Eating healthy

Fall is a perfect time to start some healthy habits for your family. The kids are back to school, the crops are being harvested, fall is in the air and we realize another year is creeping by. Wait! What happened to all the free time we were going to...

 

Emergency medical responder course offered

TEN SLEEP — The Ten Sleep Ambulance Service is offering a 70-hour course for emergency medical responders. EMRs were formerly known as first responders, according to Ten Sleep EMT Becky Mills. Mills said the class is open to anyone 16 years and old...

 

Ruth Helen Spann

Ruth Helen Spann 99, Worland resident, died Sept. 3, 2016, at the Worland Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center Center. Funeral Services will be at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016, at the United Methodist Church in Worland. Bryant Funeral Home is... Full story

 

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