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Worland man facing two counts for punching officer

March 16, 2018 WORLAND - A Worland man had an initial hearing in Fifth Judicial District Circuit Court on Thursday, facing charges stemming from an altercation on Tuesday that resulted in Worland Chief of Police Gabe Elliott being punched and dragged to the ground while attempting to subdue the subj


Karla's Kolumn: Voice your opinion on the sales tax

March 17, 2018 On today's B2 page readers will find the one-cent sales tax survey. I hope you take the time to fill out the survey. Ten entities are counting on you. The one-cent general purpose tax has been continued for years and comes before the voters every four years. This is my first time goi


Looks can be deceiving: Last year's high grasses can easily become this year's wildfire

What was supposed to be a small controlled fire rapidly spread in all directions with about two foot high cheatgrass as fuel. The fire consumed 5.6 acres and a corral before being extinguished by the landowner and the Ten Sleep Fire Department Monday afternoon just outside of Ten Sleep. WORLAND - Wi

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Public input needed on 2018 hunting seasons

March 15, 2018 CODY- The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will conduct six open-house meetings throughout the Bighorn Basin with one final meeting in Worland to discuss 2018 hunting season proposals for game birds and big game. During the open houses, Game and Fish personnel will be available to dis


Ten Sleep moves forward with concealed carry policy

TEN SLEEP -Ten Sleep School Board board members elected to continue with working on polishing and perfecting the concealed carry policy with a vote of four for the policy and one against. Ten Sleep School Board members: Chuck Powell, Jane Thurston, Tess Greet and Terill Mills stated at Monday's boar


Firefighters going door-to-door Monday, plan chili feed/open house

Greybull volunteer firefighters have begun canvassing local businesses and are planning to go door to door in the community soliciting donations and selling tickets to their chili feed on Monday, March 19, starting at around 6 p.m. Tickets to the chili dinner are $5 per family. The switch to a chili


Ten Sleep principal resigns with heavy heart

TEN SLEEP - During the Ten Sleep School Board meeting Monday evening, the board voted to accept Ten Sleep School principal Russell Budmayr's resignation effective at the end of the 2017-2018 school year. Budmayr, who had a prior obligation, welcoming his granddaughter into the world, was unable to a


Meeteetse students dive into history at fair

Meeteetse Schools students have seen and participated in science fairs for years, but recently those with an inclination toward history had a chance to participate in another fair. The school held a history fair for History Day on Feb. 23. Molly Potas, Meeteetse's middle and high school English teac


Healthcare lessons: Area middle school students learn at WPH

For the fourth consecutive year Cody Regional Health's West Park Hospital recently opened its doors for 16 area middle school students to give them a firsthand glimpse into the world of healthcare. Students from Cody, Powell and Meeteetse schools are all eligible to attend the free day-long camp. Fr


Bringing home hardware from 3A state contest

Worland High School cheerleading squad that took third in the 3A state non-stunt cheer competition last week. WORLAND - Since 2009, the Worland High School cheerleading squad has been working to get back into the top three at the state competition and they succeeded last Wednesday with a third-place


Governor signs act to expand Medicine Lodge State Park

March 13, 2018 HYATTVILLE - A bill signed into law on Friday by Governor Matt Mead effectively increases the size of the Medicine Lodge Archeological Site, north of Hyattville, currently part of the state parks system. "Ultimately, the bill will increase visitation and to add more campsites, "explai