Articles from the December 23, 2021 edition
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December 23, 2021
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Worland fourth graders get to work with Space Force
WORLAND – Recently, Worland fourth grade teacher Ashley Weaver applied for and was accepted for a unique opportunity with the Space Force. According to Weaver, she found out about the opportunity through her husband, Ten Sleep teacher Dane Weaver....
Warriors finish fourth in home dual tournament
WORLAND - Hosting the Battle in the Big Horns on Dec. 17-18, the Worland Warriors finished fourth in the gold bracket and built some positive momentum heading into the holiday break. The Warriors...
It's a Wonderful Life
"It's a Wonderful Life" was put on by the Washakie Museum and Cultural Center this holiday season....
It's a Wonderful Life
Performances for "It's a Wonderful Life" took place December 17 and 19 at the Washakie Museum and Cultural Center....
WPC schedules Prevention Night in January
WORLAND – At their most recent meeting, the Washakie Prevention Coalition discussed preparation for their Prevention night. Prevention Night will take place during home games for the varsity Warriors and Lady Warriors basketball games. Everyone is...
Close to 500 pounds of venison delivered to area food banks
WORLAND — Thanks to some generous youthful hunters, more than 400 pounds of venison was delivered to three food banks in the area last week with more to be delivered this week. As part of the Food...
New officers elected for Ten Sleep school board
TEN SLEEP — The Washakie County School District No. 2 Board elected new officers at the Dec. 13 meeting with Erin Blutt elected chairman, replacing Jared Lyman. Bill Murphy was elected vice...
Wyoming appeals mandate ruling to U.S. Supreme Court
CASPER — Wyoming took another step in fighting back against federal vaccine mandates Saturday, this time in the court battle over worker requirements at larger businesses. Wyoming joined 26 other states in asking the Supreme Court to halt... Full story
Park Co. GOP accuses legislator of conflict in special session
POWELL — Leaders of the Park County Republican Party contend state Sen. R.J. Kost, R-Powell, has a conflict of interest — his concurrent service on the Powell hospital board — that should have prevented him from voting in October’s special se... Full story
New policy leads to abrupt end of library meeting
GILLETTE — The Campbell County Public Library board meeting on Monday came to an unscheduled end after the board members abruptly voted to adjourn. The vote came about as a result of what some board members perceived to be disrespect from a... Full story
Judge approves sanctions in dismissed libel lawsuit
BUFFALO — The Patriot Conservatives of Johnson County Political Action Committee has been ordered to pay nearly $9,000 in sanctions for forcing unneeded defendants to appear in court for a hearing. In an order issued Dec. 8, Fourth Judicial... Full story
Lawsuit against Buffalo Bill museum dismissed
CODY — A former Buffalo Bill Center of the West employee has had her federal lawsuit thrown out against the museum, as U.S. District Court Judge Nancy Freudenthal described her claims of gender discrimination lacking proof, and said her other... Full story
Uranium company purchase could boost production
BUFFALO — Uranium production in the Powder River Basin could be on the upswing after Uranium Energy Corp. acquired Uranium One Americas, in a deal closed on Monday. The sale consisted of U1A's assets in the Powder River Basin, including the... Full story