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Karla's Kolumn: Learning from the animal kingdom

One recent event and one recent statement got me thinking about the animal kingdom and the myths we are told in childhood and what is the reality. First, was last month the town of Greybull tried to... Full story

 

Karla's Kolumn: What were they thinking?

We learn new things every day and yet there are things that will remain a mystery. Most of those mysteries come in trying to figure out the human nature, it's those "what were they thinking moments."... Full story

 

The News Editorial: It's time to get informed

The Wyoming Legislature 2020 budget session began Monday and things have already been moving fast and furious in this 24-day session. There is nearly 300 pieces of legislation that have been filed. Some will not even make the two-thirds vote for... Full story

 

The News Editorial: Coming full circle, Northern Wyoming News celebrates 115 years

A year ago we welcomed our readers into a new era with the Northern Wyoming Daily News transitioning into the Northern Wyoming News and publishing its first edition as a weekly newspaper. The change brought this community newspaper full circle. It... Full story

 

Karla's Kolumn: A myriad of musings

Should senators seek the office of the president be sitting in as jurors in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump? The answer is a simple no, but not because there is an impeachment trial.... Full story

 

The News Editorial: Issues with recycling in Small Town America

Next Friday will be the final pick-up day for cardboard recycling in Worland and Ten Sleep with the Washakie County Solid Waste Disposal District No. 1 board opting not to continue to subsidize the recycling program. The reasons are two-fold,... Full story

 

Karla's Kolumn: A special kind of friend

Ever been sucker punched. You know when something comes out of nowhere, takes your breath away. I got sucker punched Sunday by way of a text notifying me that a dear friend of mine had passed away.... Full story

 

Karla's Kolumn: Thank an officer today

Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. According to national calendar website, in 2015, several law enforcement organizations and support organizations came together to create National La... Full story

 

The News Editorial: A new year begins

A new year and a new decade began yesterday. In this issue we take a look back at 2019 and it was a year of changes, especially in the business world here in Worland. We had a number of businesses that were shuttered, most notably Reese & Ray’s... Full story

 

Karla's Kolumn: Finished it is -- Lessons learned from the Star Wars Saga

It is here, Episode IX of the Star Wars Saga. First there was just “Star Wars: The New Hope” aka Episode IV in 1978, and now 41 years later it is “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,” Episode IX, completing George Lucas’ original vision for... Full story

 

Dear Santa

Dear Santa, My name is Ivy and I am 6 years old. I am the oldest of four fur children at the Pomeroy household. I have been pretty good this year. I only chased one skunk but it was far away so I...

 

Karla's Kolumn: Impeachment, Santa letters and a theft

It's official. After three years of talking about it, the Democrats finally have officially begun impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump. You're thinking it has not been three years,... Full story

 

The News Editorial: It is better to give

Giving Tuesday was two days ago and if you were on social media you saw many posts trying to get you to give to numerous organizations. Three years ago I wrote a similar column (so if this feels like déjà vu to you you are correct) about giving... Full story

 

Karla's Kolumn: The first Thanksgiving proclamation

Each year at Thanksgiving I write a thankful column, listing things I’m thankful for and trying to come up with new things to be thankful for can sometimes be challenging. This year I am thankful for my home, my job, my friends, my family, my... Full story

 

The News Editorial: Get ready for Thanksgiving shopping and Christmas giving

For those not ready for Christmas I apologize because while we begin with a few Thanksgiving weekend thoughts we end with some Christmas news. •This is our first Thanksgiving as weekly Northern Wyoming News. We will be publishing a newspaper next... Full story

 

Karla's Kolumn: Civil discourse and community pride

In watching what has transpired over the past few years in Washington politics and across our country and world we tend to believe there is no civil discourse anymore, that people don't respect someon... Full story

 

Karla's Kolumn: What happened to communicating?

No one truly communicates any more and social media platforms are not really for socializing anymore and that's unfortunate. NFL starting safety Jermaine Whitehead for the Cleveland Browns played... Full story

 

Karla's Kolumn: Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween. For children today’s holiday is about fun and candy. Children get to dress up in costume, perhaps as their favorite superhero, favorite villain, favorite Disney princess or movie character or they get creative and make up their... Full story

 

Karla's Kolumn: Not a mighty hunter

It's fall and what does that mean? Raking leaves, football season, the World Series, and of course, hunting. I was once a mighty hunter. OK, I was a hunter, a mighty one, well far from it. I have... Full story

 

Tracie's Thoughts: Time to say goodbye

It's funny, one would think that the older we get, that saying goodbye would become easier and easier, as we have done it so many times in our past. But, unfortunately, some goodbyes, no matter how... Full story

 

The News Editorial: Do you know why you had Monday off?

Monday was a federal holiday where the U.S. Postal Service was shut down, banks were closed and government, local, state and federal offices were closed. What holiday you ask, for the many like us here at the Northern Wyoming News who were working?... Full story

 

The News Editorial: Celebrating the freedoms in the First Amendment

"Think F1rst" is the motto for this year's National Newspaper Week, Oct. 6-12. The emphasis is on the First Amendment and the five freedoms listed and granted in the First Amendment of our U.S.... Full story

 

Tracie's Thoughts: Let's talk about guns

With the 2020 elections there is an item of interest that has me completely baffled; getting rid of Americans' guns. Why would anyone in their right mind want to take away, for some, the only form of... Full story

 

Karla's Kolumn

I had a wonderful week-long vacation earlier this month in the Black Hills of South Dakota with my husband and our two dogs and while I won't bore you with the family vacation photos I would like to...

 

The News Editorial: In times of trouble, focus on the positive

Shoppers in Worland Sunday found the Reese & Ray’s IGA store closed with a notice “Closed until further notice” posted on the doors. Now the signs just say closed but the liquor store remains open. Yes, one more business closing is a...

 

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