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November 17, 2022

Veteran Groups honored inside this week's issue. Local swim team season wrap up and Much More...

 

Flags at Half Staff

Governor Orders Wyoming Flag be Flown at Half Staff at the Capitol and in Big Horn, Fremont, Hot Springs, Park and Washakie Counties on Friday, November 18 CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Governor Mark Gordon has ordered the Wyoming State Flag be flown at half... Full story

 

John Wilfred Greet

John Wilfred Greet passed away at the age of 91 on November 12, 2022. He was born in Worland, Wyoming on December 24, 1930, the youngest of Frank and Edna Lucile (Pyle) Greet's six children. He... Full story

 

Sunnie Dawn Bates

Sunnie Dawn Bates, also known with the last names Seghetti, Maser and Sanderson, passed away in her sleep in the early morning hours of November 6th, 2022. She lost her long battle to breast cancer... Full story

 

Madonna Hartman

Madonna was born on August 16, 1920, in the small town of Stuart, Nebraska. She and her three brothers bounced the three miles to school in a cart pulled by their little pony, Twinkle. After her... Full story

 

Patricia Ann Cogdill

Patricia Ann Cogdill, 88, passed on Saturday November 13, 2022. She was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming on May 14, 1934 to Victor and Ethel (Smith) Ryan. During WWII, Pat received her fourth and fifth... Full story

 

Gerald "Jerry" Geis

Gerald "Jerry" Geis left his walking sticks and leg braces behind as he walked into the arms of Jesus on November 2, 2022, in Loveland, Colorado. He was lovingly surrounded by his family. Jerry was... Full story

 

Former state senator Geis remembered for his service

WORLAND – Former state senator Gerald “Jerry” Geis is being remembered this month as a thoughtful and great statesman by friends and colleagues Jerry passed away on Nov. 2 surrounded by his family in Loveland, Colorado. His friend and former...

 

The News Editorial: Random ramblings on a cold Nov. day

Trying to pick a topic this week has proven difficult with many thoughts bouncing around in my mind so here are a few thoughts. I learned of Sen. Gerald Geis’ passing last week and just as I did when he retired, I reminisced about the many visits... Full story

 
 By Stephen Dow    News    November 17, 2022

Yellowstone Park's season better than anticipated after June flooding

CODY – Its 150th anniversary — once expected to bring record visitation to Yellowstone National Park —- ended with lower-than-normal attendance, but Superintendent Cam Sholly is still smiling. In a summer during which the park had to be... Full story

 

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