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 By Mark Dykes    News    February 21, 2019 

Council discusses sanitation changes

Tuesday night, Thermopolis Town Council discussed the possibility of a rate change for sanitation.... Full story


Pie to the face

Hallie Martinez gets a face full of whipped cream, courtesy of Bri DeVries, at the Bobcat Pride...

 By Mark Dykes    News    February 21, 2019 

Wyoming Legislature update

Senator Wyatt Agar has been keeping busy the past couple weeks with budget negotiations, but...

 By Mark Dykes    News    February 21, 2019 

Lee takes up mending business from Hurlburt

Around the home of Melba Lee you'll find custom curtains, sheets, chair covers and mink throw...

 By Mark Dykes    Opinion    February 21, 2019 

What to do with the bottles

I think I’ve finally reached a turning point with my oldest. I don’t mean he seems to be...

 By Mark Dykes    Sports    February 21, 2019 

Bobcats win at home over archrival Worland

With an offense that didn't quit through four quarters and a defense that kept the pressure on the... Full story


TMS collecting donations for Uganda soccer balls

In the main office at Thermopolis Middle School there are four Ball brand jars filling with coins...


Books and baked goods

Students and their mothers enjoy a treat before school last Friday during the Lights On Moms and...


Break it down

Last Friday during their regular Voices assembly, Thermopolis Middle School students and teachers...

 By Mark Dykes    News    February 14, 2019

Kissel named Region 2 Star in Ag Business

Bobcat Senior Barbara Kissel was recently chosen as the Wyoming FFA Region 2 Star in Ag Business. Ki...

 By Mark Dykes    News    February 14, 2019

Lea receives conference scholarship

Thermopolis eighth grade student Karina Lea will be attending the 28th Jackson Hole Writers...

 By Mark Dykes    Sports    February 14, 2019

Bobcats face Worland at home Saturday

Last weekend the Bobcats went up against Powell Friday night with a 57-43 loss, and against Lovell...


Close inspection

Liam Bohleen gets a close up view of a package in the school district mail room. This week, Pre-K...

 By Mark Dykes    News    February 7, 2019

Town council acts on grant requests

Tuesday evening, the Thermopolis Town Council took action regarding two SLIB grants. Council first a...


Cleare rocks rainbow hair

Last week, kindergarten teacher Ashley Cleare showed off her new hairstyle to her class. Though... Full story

 By Mark Dykes    News    February 7, 2019

Wyoming Legislature update

Tuesday morning, Senator Wyatt Agar reported House Bill 295 “never made it out of committee and th...

 By Mark Dykes    News    February 7, 2019

Ford sentenced in district court

On Monday, Judge Bobbi Overfield sentenced Daniel L. Ford to four years supervised probation, with...

 By Mark Dykes    News    February 7, 2019

Massage business opens doors

LK Essentials and AromaTouch officially opened in January, with Lindsey Bowman providing massages th...

 By Mark Dykes    Opinion    February 7, 2019

Memories that last

“Ten years” were the two words I both fell asleep ad woke up thinking. It’s hard to believe...

 By Mark Dykes    News    February 7, 2019

Hospital board accepts audit report

During the Hot Springs County Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees regular meeting, the board...

 By Mark Dykes    Sports    February 7, 2019

Bobcats shoot well against Warriors

Thermopolis fought hard against Worland last Friday, finishing with a 53-35 loss. Though only...


100 days smarter

Wearing some numerical head gear, Ralph Witters Elementary Principal Catelyn Deromedi helps...

 By Mark Dykes    News    January 31, 2019

Drug bust leads to multiple arrests

Just over a month ago, a bust led to one of the largest drug-related cases in the county. Hot...


So fluffy!

Logan Sullivan shows his Pomsky - Pomeranian and Husky - named Zoe to classmates during a special...

 By Mark Dykes    News    January 31, 2019

Legislature update

Senator Wyatt Agar reported Tuesday morning that he was busy working on the second reading of the bu...


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