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December 29, 2022

Happy Holidays!...

 

Red Cross assists four adults after a house fire

WORLAND — Red Cross of Wyoming assisted four adults affected by a house fire on South Tenth Street in Worland on Friday, Dec.  23. According to a press release from the Worland Volunteer Fire Department, the department was was paged to 804 South...

 

Washakie County Clerk retires after 38 years

WORLAND - Effective at the start of January 2023, Mary Grace Strauch will be retiring from the position of Washakie County Clerk after 38 years of service. As County Clerk, Mary Grace helped a lot of...

 

George Bower

George Bower, 94, of Worland, Wyoming passed away Dec. 23, 2022. No service information was available at press time....

 

Melvin Frank Weinschrott

Melvin Frank Weinschrott left this earth, way too soon, on Friday December 23, 2022 at 3:43 p.m. in Wheat Ridge, Colorado with his loving girlfriend by his side. A little over one month after he felt...

 

The News Editorial

Ready or not here comes 2023 This week we say goodbye to 2022 and on Sunday we welcome in 2023. A new year brings hope for the future and apprehension of the unknown. Think about when we celebrated...

 

Ten Sleep Cadet promoted to airman in Civil Air Patrol

TEN SLEEP - With his parents and brother watching, Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Cadet Christopher Blutt of Ten Sleep was awarded his first grade of airman in the CAP cadet program. Cadet Blutt joined the...

 

Elk harvested in western Bighorns tests positive for brucellosis

BUFFALO (WNE) — Brucellosis, a disease of concern for wildlife and livestock alike, was recently detected in the western Bighorn Mountains. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department announced in November that a blood sample from a hunter-harvested bull...

 

Comments sought on Pole Creek Vegetation Management Project

Buffalo — Bighorn National Forest planners are seeking comments on the proposed action for the Pole Creek Vegetation Management project. The Pole Creek project area is in the southeast corner of the Bighorn National Forest and is administered by...

 

WHS marching band heads to Allstate Sugar Bowl

Forty-one Worland High School marching band members and eight parental chaperones are on their way to New Orleans with band director Frank Harding. The group left Worland Tuesday night to head to...

 

2022 in review: Cheney v. Trump, corner-crossing, reproductive rights

2022 was a year of political splintering in Wyoming; a year in which the effects of the Colorado River water crisis traveled upstream to the state's river banks; a year when a "trigger" law banning...

 

Governor Gordon Orders Flags Be Flown at Half-Staff Statewide Immediately in Honor of Former Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice Richard Macy

CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Governor Mark Gordon has ordered both the U.S. and State of Wyoming flags to fly at half-staff statewide today, January 4 until sundown on Tuesday, January 10 in honor and memory of Wyoming Supreme Court Justice Richard Macy. Macy...

 

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