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December 12, 2018

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 By Marcus Huff    News    December 12, 2018

Fair Board eliminates gate fees for 2019

WORLAND – The Washakie County Fair Board met Monday evening, and passed a motion to eliminate gate fees for the fair, in favor of fees for individual events such as the rodeo and music acts. With a vote of 3-2, the board effectively alleviated a...


Proposed vocational building is a cause for concern

TEN SLEEP – At their regular school board meeting Monday evening, Ten Sleep School board members heard from concerned residents about the proposed building of a new vocational building across from the school on the west side. Ten Sleep resident...


After Glenrock tournament, Bobcats know what they need to work on

THERMOPOLIS — The Herder Classic in Glenrock was an up and down tournament for the Hot Springs County Bobcats last weekend. The Bobcats went 1-3, at times showing promising flashes but as with most...


Displaced family feeling devastation of loss

WORLAND — In nearly the blink of an eye everything you’ve had is gone. That’s the devastation being felt right now by Worland resident Robyn Hance and her son, who were displaced from their home Nov. 29 after a grease fire. Hance said she has...


Public Notice of Hearing- Change in Funding

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 By Alex Kuhn    News    December 12, 2018

National Park Foundation and Subaru aiming to help keep National Parks clean

WORLAND - According to the National Park Service, in 2017, Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park saw a combined 7.4 million visitors. While that's roughly eight times the population...


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