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 By Mark Dykes    News    September 8, 2016

Concerns raised about tire dumping

Tuesday evening, the Thermopolis Town Council approved the first reading of a town ordinance that...

 

Commissioners table decision on Fantaskey Subdivision in Kirby

Hot Springs County Planner Bo Bowman presented a plat for the Fantaskey Subdivision, located within... Full story

 

Filing open for hospital district directors

Hot Springs County Clerk Nina Webber said the filing period for Hospital District Directors is now...

 

Filling the boots

Thermopolis Volunteer Fire Department Secretary Ryan Georgius accepts a donation during the Fill...

 

On the Record Sept. 8

On the Record policy It is the Independent Record’s policy that all people arrested or cited under the “Accidents,” “Sheriff’s office” or...

 

Rollover wreck

There were no reports of serious injuries after a one vehicle rollover on Highway 170 on Sept....

 

Dobbins named Employee of the Year

NW BOCES teacher Leigh Dobbins was named the 2016 Employee of the Year. Dobbins has been working at...

 

Senior Health Fair planned for Sept. 15

The second annual Interactive Health Fair for Seniors will be from 8-11 a.m. Sept. 15 at the Hot...

 

Get your chalk on during Second Friday ArtStroll

The Second Friday ArtStroll in downtown Thermopolis, Sept. 9, 5-8 p.m. will feature chalk art on the sidewalks. Chalk art promoter Toddi Darlington...

 

H.O.P.E. staff to attend state conference

The women’s group monthly “free” luncheon, regularly hosted the second Wednesday by the H.O.P.E. Agency, will be cancelled for September, as...

 

Construction zone

While some kids piece together their creations, others look in bins for just the right pieces...

 

Don't hibernate this fall

Despite the colder temperatures, we must not forget to stay active this fall. It is always easy to find an excuse not to be active, especially in...

 

What national law was being referred to?

The Ask Around opinion article by April S. Kelley in the latest IR issue leaves no doubt as to which side of the fence she stands. But there are so...

 

Using the law as a way to entrap Christians

April you may be right, Judge Neely may not be exempt from the law. Nothing new under the sun. For centuries God’s people have faced terrible...

 

All of us as individuals have First Amendment rights

In response to the opinion column by April Kelley I would offer the following comments: The U.S. Supreme court is NOT the Law of the Land. The...

 

15 years . . .

This Sunday marks the 15-year anniversary of what is still considered one of the most heinous...

 

Leonard 'Jake' Jacobs

Leonard Tennison “Jake” Jacobs, Jr., 67, died suddenly Monday, Aug. 29, 2016, at his residence in Thermopolis.  Born Feb. 7, 1949, he was one of... Full story

 

GriefShare to provide healing series

Those who are dealing with the death of someone close to them are invited to attend the 13-week GriefShare seminar beginning Thursday, Sept. 15 and...

 

No distraction

During a ranch roping clinic at the Hot Springs County Fairgrounds, instructor David Weaver pulls a...

 
 By Mark Dykes    Sports    September 8, 2016

Runners make impressive showing on Billings course

The Thermopolis Cross Country were on the road at Billings Friday, and returned with a first place...

 

Lady Cats show perseverance

The Lady Bobcats played in Cody last weekend. Head Coach Shannon Hill said the team experienced... Full story

 

Golfers set new personal records at Sheridan

Bobcat golfers headed to Sheridan last weekend. Kaylee Smith set a new personal record on the...

 
 By Mark Dykes    Sports    September 8, 2016

Middle school football kicks off at home

The Thermopolis middle school football team will open its season this weekend, with a home game...

 

Aiming downfield

Quarterback Cullen Becher prepares to fire off a pass during Friday night's 63-0 loss against...

 

Youths perform well at WJRA state finals

Six Hot Springs County youths competed in the Wyoming Junior Rodeo Association's state finals in...

 

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