Articles from the October 24, 2019 edition
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October 24, 2019
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Rate increases proposed
WORLAND — About 245 residents outside the Worland city limits but connected to city water lines received a letter earlier this week notifying them of a proposed rate increase. The rate increase for a depreciation reserve requirement, would be used...
BLM captures 558 horses in management gather
WORLAND - Through Tuesday evening, 558 wild horses in the Fifteen Mile Herd Management Area had been gathered with 261 shipped to other facilities for treatment or to be prepared for adoption. The...
BLM releases Record of Decision for the Alkali Creek Reservoir Project
WORLAND - The Bureau of Land Management Wyoming has issued the Record of Decision for the Alkali Creek Reservoir Project located near Hyattville. The Record of Decision (ROD) includes the BLM's... Full story
Worland man charged with 15 counts of theft
WORLAND – A Worland man was bound over to Fifth Judicial District Court on 15 counts of theft, along with charges related to exploitation of a vulnerable adult. The charges that have been filed against Randall Kent Schneider, born in 1963, are as...
Nine compete in Little Miss Worland pageant
WORLAND – Nine young ladies from Worland, Ten Sleep and Thermopolis competed Saturday in the Little Miss Worland pageant at the Worland Community Center. The Little Miss Worland was a preliminary...
Style show featured in Hot Spot Saturday Market
WORLAND — The Worland Business Events Committee will have one of three Worland Hot Spot Saturday Markets this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The market, which features craft and commercial vendors, food and games, will be at 413 Big Horn Avenue,...
Women's suffrage anniversary highlights library 'Friends' luncheon
WORLAND — The Friends of the Worland Library are celebrating 150 years of women’s suffrage in Wyoming this year with their annual luncheon this Saturday. As Wyoming nears Dec. 10 – the sesquicentennial anniversary of women’s suffrage in the...
Black Thunder marching band excels at state festival
WORLAND – The Worland High School Black Thunder marching band received a superior rating at the 2019 State Marching Band Festival in Casper on Saturday, Oct. 19. Black Thunder, led by Chad Rose and Frank Harding, along with drum majors senior...
Worland Middle School students learn history of Legend Rock
WORLAND - Worland Middle School students from social studies teacher Joe Winkler's classes took a field trip to Legend Rock State Archaeological Site on Oct. 3 to learn about the history of Legend...
Lady Bobcats finish second at 2A West Conference meet
THERMOPOLIS - While they were unable to defend their home course the Hot Springs County Lady Bobcats cross-country team were still able to finish second and have three runners make the All-Conference... Full story
Hear Me Out...NBA-Chinese government beef
First, a revision on my NBA predictions, the Cavs will be the worst team in the NBA. I did not realize they were breaking out horrible new unis that look like a callback to the franchise’s worst days. And because of that, they’re a lock to be the... Full story
Poll shows Cheney ahead of Lummis in potential Senate race
CHEYENNE – A poll published Wednesday shows U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney leading former Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis by 20 percentage points in a potential race for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Mike Enzi. The annual poll from Montana State... Full story
Teen suicide rate up 40 percent in last three years
CASPER — The suicide rate among older teenagers in Wyoming has increased by 40 percent over the past three years, according to a sweeping health report released last month that placed the Equality State in the lower half of states for women and... Full story