Articles from the September 22, 2022 edition
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September 22, 2022
Check out photos from the Worland homecoming celebration inside this week's edition....
The News Editorial: Opportunity to be Informed
While it is only September and the Nov. 8 general election is more than a month away, the time to be an informed voter is now. While the county and city council races are uncontested, residents still... Full story
Guernsey military academy closure draws concern
CHEYENNE – The unexpected closure of a military-like academy for Wyoming high schoolers in Guernsey drew concern and sadness, sentiments that were universally expressed among all of the stakeholders who reacted to the closure. Some thought the... Full story
Washakie County 4-H educator earns regional, national recognition
LARAMIE - University of Wyoming Extension 4-H educators from Washakie, Campbell and Teton counties received national and regional recognition for their innovative 2022 programming. Awards will be...
One hurdle remains for Worland chicken ordinance
WORLAND — Worland residents would be allowed to have chickens within the next month if a proposed ordinance passes the city council on its third and final reading. On Tuesday, city council members unanimously passed Ordinance 856 on second reading....
Mary Louise Dickson
Mary Louise Dickson, 79, passed away at her home on September 15th 2022 surrounded by her loving family. Mary was born February 6th 1943 to John and Carmen (Ramos) Fabela in Worland Wyoming. She... Full story
J. Terry Iversen
J. Terry Iversen, 83, passed away in the comfort of his home on Monday, September 12th, with his loving family by his side. Preceding him in death were his parents John and Josephine Iversen and his... Full story
Margaret ‘Meg’ Louise Stark Margaret “Meg” Louise Stark, 87, passed away at St. Vincent Healthcare in Billings, Montana, on Sept. 19, 2022. She was born on Feb. 6, 1935, in Lamar, Colorado. Cremation has taken place and no services are... Full story
Jackson's short-term rental rules deemed 'unworkable'
JACKSON – Even the tech companies admit there’s a problem. With the remote work revolution pushing more short-term rentals into rural communities, companies like Airbnb are starting to post advice to small local governments on how they can... Full story