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Karla's Kolumn: Another great season of AGT

As you know America’s Got Talent or AGT for short, has become a favorite pastime for me during the summer, which works to the advantage of my husband, who due to his work schedule can avoid it for the most part. He does not share my enthusiasm for...


Commission rejects larger classroom numbers

CASPER — A state commission voted Thursday to maintain the number of elementary students that can be in a Wyoming classroom after pushback from educators and some lawmakers.  The School Facilities Committee was considering whether to allow all...

 By Marcus Huff    News    September 22, 2018

Students question candidates at Worland event

WORLAND – The Worland Middle School hosted two candidates from the two major parties on Friday, to take questions from students and explain their partyies' platforms. Marty Throne, Democratic...


Governor candidate Throne looks for ideas, not labels

WORLAND — Wyoming governor candidate Mary Throne stopped in Worland Friday to encourage early voting, speak to future voters at Worland Middle School and visit the Worland Senior Citizens Center. Throne, who easily won the Democratic party...

 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    September 22, 2018

Lady Warriors ready for home swim meet today, starting at 10 a.m.

WORLAND - The Worland High School homecoming week caps off at the Worland Aquatic Center today, as the Lady Warriors swim team holds their annual Warrior Invitational. A total of nine teams will be...

 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    September 22, 2018

Resiliency and big plays fuel Warriors comeback victory over Riverton

WORLAND - Just like a top MLB pitcher or NFL QB, the Worland High School football team showed a remarkable ability to shake off mistakes and right their error with a big play. The Warriors never...

 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    September 22, 2018

Hear Me Out...Who has been more disappointing, the '18 Cubs or the Predator franchise?

On the surface, it might seem like the 2018 Chicago Cubs and the Predator movie franchise don't have a lot in common but believe me they do. I just made the connection this week, so don't feel bad if...


Jannette "Janny" Brown

Jannette “Janny” Brown passed away September 19, 2018 in Billings, MT. She was born on June 13, 1962 in Gillette, WY to Bobby & Mary Newman. The family moved to Worland in her childhood years and she attended school here, graduating from Worland... Full story


Harold Leonard "Mac" McDonald

Major Harold Leonard "Mac" McDonald of Worland passed away on 17 September 2018. Mac was the son of Birdena (nee Pettigrew) and Frank McDonald of Washington, Indiana. Mac is survived by both his... Full story


Response to court ruling changing grizzly bear status

CHEYENNE - Monday, a federal judge ruled against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and overturned the Service’s action to remove grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem from the endangered species list. This means grizzly bears in Wyomi...


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