Articles from the October 12, 2023 edition

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October 12 2023

It's Fire Prevention Week!...

 By SEAN MORTIMER    News    October 12, 2023

Worland, Thermopolis firefighters save a life in California helicopter crash

In September of this year Erich Berryman, a Worland firefighter who has served for 23 years, took a crew of himself, Taylor Horath of Worland and Clemens Abbott of Thermopolis to Redding, California,...

 By GRACE WALHUS    News    October 12, 2023

Prevention and education on Wyoming human trafficking

About a dozen people attended a presentation about human trafficking and how it occurs in Wyoming. Terri Markham, executive director and co-founder of Uprising, discussed the definition of trafficking, whether it be sex trafficking or labor...


Gail Elvina Anderson

Gail Elvina (McKeag) Anderson, 90-year-old, former Ten Sleep resident passed away at the Thermopolis Rehabilitation and Wellness Center on October 2, 2023. Gail was born on January 22, 1933 to Arnold... Full story


Doreen Carolyn South

Doreen Carolyn South, 92-year-old Worland resident passed away on September 29, 2023 at the Wyoming Retirement Center in Basin. Doreen was born on December 27, 1930 in Worland, WY, the oldest of two... Full story


Think pink … and yellow and white and blue and purple and …

Turn on any sporting event in October and you will see pink. NASCAR cars all had pink window coverings, referees in some football games had pink whistles, players, coaches and more have pink. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and pink abounds...


'Hereditary' changed horror

In my opinion, “Hereditary” set the bar for modern horror when it came out in 2018. Stylistically it’s very similar to “Midsommar,” which was put out the following year by the same director Ari Aster. “Midsommar” is arguably the more po...

 By SEAN MORTIMER    News    October 12, 2023

Powell native joins teaching team at South Side

Kendyl Garza wasn't a stranger to Worland before she moved here, and now she's happy to call it home after getting hired as a first-year second grade teacher at South Side Elementary School for the...

 By CJ Baker    Wyoming    October 12, 2023

Powell man charged with embezzling $1.3 million

POWELL — A Powell accountant is facing allegations that he embezzled more than $1.2 million from his employer over a 12-year period. Carl W. Wheeler, 74, was arrested by Cody police on Monday and charged with four felony counts of theft. The... Full story


For Jackson Hole's Jewish community, Israel-Hamas war hits close to home

JACKSON — What Idith Almog saw in 1973 pales in comparison to what she saw Saturday morning. Fifty years ago, when war broke out between Israel and Arab states on Yom Kippur, the Jewish day of... Full story


Cyber Security Weekly Brief for Oct. 13

Hacker’s Brief 10/13/2023 Employment Scam: A Laramie citizen received an email from someone claiming to be an HR officer with a records management specialist job opportunity. The email had the subject line of “Sunday, October 1 2023 at 08:22:48... Full story


Wyoming Briefs Oct. 13, 2023

Chronic wasting disease again detected near Jackson JACKSON (WNE) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has detected chronic wasting disease in a mule deer in a hunt area that includes Bondurant and stretches north, south and east from the small... Full story


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