Thermopolis Independent Record


April 24, 2014


  • A recent letter from an attorney representing door-to-door Kirby vacuum sales people has the town of Thermopolis rethinking its “Green River” ordinance. The ordinance stipulates how peddlers, solicitors, canvassers and various other transient and itinerant merchants and vendors operate inside town limits. The letter from the attorney representing Kirby stated that the town’s existing Green River ordinance is overly restraining. “It’s pretty restrictive,” Mayor’s Assistant Fred Crosby said. “We had one of the vendors that doesn’t really like it.”



Kids of all ages flew through Hot Springs State Park on Sunday in search of Easter eggs during the annual Lions Easter Egg Hunt. The beautiful spring day called for lots of giggles and plenty of fun as well as prizes donated by the Lions Club. What took the bunny a few hours to hide took mere minutes to find. – Cindy Glasson photo


From left, Ryan Miller, Maggie Cable, Gavin Jacobsen, Seth Parker and Cougar Anderson watch Ryan O’Connor place cars behind the CO2 canisters before the start of a race.
— Joe Sova photos


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