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Karla's Kolumn: Traveling via planes and automobiles
Unlike the popular Thanksgiving movie “Planes, Trains and Automobiles” starring John Candy and Steve Martin, my Thanksgiving vacation only featured planes and automobiles, no trains or buses. My h... Full story
I may be "Bias": This land is their land: Who's celebrating what this Thanksgiving?
For as far back as I can remember while growing up, every year my family would watch the Charlie Brown holiday specials that aired on ABC. Watching The Peanuts was one of the rare instances we could... Full story
Karla's Kolumn: Happy Thanksgiving
Happy Thanksgiving As always if we take the time we can find that there is much for which we should be and can be thankful. As I write this I cannot help but think of one Worland resident, Maricela...
The News Editorial: Our veterans deserve our utmost respect
11 a.m. on Nov. 11, 1918, an armistice was reached between the Allied nations and Germany effectively ending World War I, albeit the official end through the Treaty of Versailles would not come until... Full story
The News Editorial: What have we learned through the pandemic?
As I write this Tuesday night there is much uncertainty regarding the two bills still being worked by the Wyoming Legislature during its special session to address COVID-19 vaccine mandates. There... Full story
Karla's Kolumn: Technology, the good, the bad and the ugly
Technology makes our lives easier, or does it. There are things that make our lives easier if they work. There are a lot of technological marvels out there but yet we still have a ways to go. I’m... Full story
End the Stigma
End The Stigma Faces of Recovery: Megan Lathrop Editor's Note: Since 2011, October has been proclaimed National Substance Abuse Prevention Month. This month, Cloud Peak Counseling Center, in partnersh...
THE NEWS EDITORIAL; Census appeal will ensure every household has been counted
The Census Bureau says Washakie County lost nearly 10% in population and Worland lost 13% in population within the past 10 years, according to 2020 census figures. The City of Worland is looking to appeal the census figures and has the support of... Full story
It is about freedom
Little did I know when I was writing my 9/11 memories last week and I mentioned that it scared me that people were willing to give up freedoms in the name of safety that a few days later President...
Thank you, Worland: Take care of each other
Moving to Worland and starting a job at the Northern Wyoming News was a fresh start out of college, and my first official job in the real world apart from officiating soccer and other smaller jobs...
The News Editorial: 9/11: Something we can never forget
Twenty years ago Saturday, 2,977 innocent souls were killed in terror attacks on American soil — in New York City, Washington, D.C. and near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. I was a reporter for the Lovell Chronicle on that Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001. I... Full story
Views From Around Wyoming: Politicians who push voter fraud conspiracies are hurting our state
Let’s start with one simple truth: There is no evidence of widespread fraud in Wyoming elections. County-level audits are already performed after each election, ensuring that they are conducted appropriately. Wyoming’s voting systems are not... Full story
The News Editorial: What a difference a year makes
Last year after fair ended that was it for events thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic and then everyone waited with bated breath to see if students would indeed be returning to the classroom. This year,... Full story
The News Editorial: Fair week: volunteers make it happen
The Washakie County Fair is in full swing which got me to thinking about the time and effort volunteers put into making the fair happen. Yes, there are individuals who are paid to help with the fair... Full story