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October 6, 2016

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 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    October 6, 2016

Wild Bunch bring home National bowling championship

THERMOPOLIS - The Wyoming Wild Bunch women's bowling team traveled to Las Vegas for the Women's National Championship and earned the tournament's top prize While the purpose was bowling, team...

 By Tesia Galvan    News    October 6, 2016

East Side discusses safety response with parents

WORLAND – Four parents attended the Standard Protocol Response (SPR) meeting last Thursday evening at East Side Elementary School. Principal Kenneth Dietz said the protocol is an action-based program and “is a classroom response for students and...


Janet's Boutique celebrates 30 years

WORLAND – Janet's Boutique which originally started as The Hazel Shop in a very small building with minimal retail space has come a long way in the 30 years that Janet Snyder has owned it. "I bought...

 By Marcus Huff    News    October 6, 2016

Thermopolis hospital faces district decision

THERMOPOLIS – Hot Springs County voters will determine the future of the Hot Springs County Memorial Hospital on Nov. 8, with the ability to vote on creating a hospital district, financed with a series of tax increases, or to allow the hospital to...


Wind River Canyon rockfall project scheduled to begin this month

THERMOPOLIS — Traffic delays are scheduled to begin Tuesday, Oct. 18, on U.S. 20/Wyoming 789 through Wind River Canyon as a Cowley (Wyo.) contractor begins rock scaling, cleaning culverts, reshaping ditches and other work related to the Memorial...


Caution advised on Fifteenmile and other public roads

The Bureau of Land Management Worland Field Office advises travelers on roads crossing public land to use caution as heavy precipitation has caused road damage and washouts. Fifteenmile Road (BLM Road 1429) was severely undercut by a swollen...


Mead: Likely no need for more substantial state cuts

CHEYENNE (AP) — Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead says he expects state lawmakers won’t have to make more substantial cuts to state spending when they convene early next year. Declining revenues forced Mead to cut $250 million from the state’s two-year,...


Greear honored as Legislator of the Year

LARAMIE — The Wyoming County Commissioners Association (WCCA) recently presented the 2016 WCCA Legislator of the Year award to Rep. Mike Greear from House district 27 at their annual fall banquet. During his time on the Joint Appropriations...


Dorothy W. Schweighart Brunk

Dorothy Wilhelmine Schweighart Brunk, 96, formerly of Thermopolis, Wyoming, died Monday, October 03, 2016 in Aurora, OH. Dorothy lived the first 85 years of her life in Washakie and Hot Springs Counties, Wyoming involved with ranching, family, and... Full story


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