Articles from the October 6, 2022 edition
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Attorneys to Hageman: Letter not a threat, just a plea for the rule of law
A coalition of Wyoming attorneys condemning Harriet Hageman’s false statements about the 2020 election delivered a followup letter to the congressional candidate’s law office Friday. Originally, a group of 41 legal professionals wrote Hageman, a... Full story
Washakie County launches 'Operation Green Light' in support of veterans
WORLAND - The Washakie County Commissioners approved a resolution in support of Operation Green Light during their regular meeting on Tuesday. Commissioner Terry Wolf, a veteran, said he heard about...
Project begins to replace 3 bridges on West River Road
WORLAND - A two-year project has started to replace three bridges and reconstruct a small piece of Wyoming Highway 433 (West River Road) roadway near Worland. "The $10.245 million project includes...
The News Editorial: Keep politics out of school board races
Partisan or non-partisan that is the question on the minds of many states the past few years and the topic has been school board elections. In Wyoming municipal races and school board races are by statute nonpartisan, meaning candidates do not need... Full story
Records broken at giant pumpkin weigh-off and drop
WORLAND — Records were set before a record crowd at Saturday’s 11th annual Wyoming Championship Giant Pumpkin Weigh-Off. The giant pumpkin weigh-off started at Lungren’s Pumpkin Patch and moved...
Lady Warriors eyeing bounce-back week at 3A West conference duals
WORLAND - Coming off a strong tournament in Casper the previous week, last week was a letdown for the Worland Lady Warriors volleyball team. Yet, while last week might have been a setback, the Lady...