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 By Mark Dykes    News    October 18, 2018 

New town ordinance effective in November

During Tuesday nights meeting, the Thermopolis Town Council — with Mayor Mike Mortimore absent...

 By Mark Dykes    Activities    October 18, 2018 

Water blast

Firefighter Kenneth Annan helps Garret White hit a target with a fire hose stream as part of the...

 By Mark Dykes    News    October 18, 2018 

Town officials say poor circulation led to failed water test in July

Though it’s died down a bit, one of the bigger topics of discussion in recent months has been the...

 By Mark Dykes    News    October 18, 2018 

Probation sentence in vehicle theft

Monday in Hot Springs District Court, Duane Jarvis pleaded guilty to, and was sentenced on a felony...

 By Mark Dykes    Opinion    October 18, 2018 

Stepping up to the stage

When I was graduated from high school and college, I thought I was done repeatedly going over lines...

 By Mark Dykes    News    October 18, 2018 

Chamber elects executive board members

Last Thursday, the Thermopolis-Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce elected its executive board, naming D...

 By Mark Dykes    News    October 18, 2018 

Discussion focuses on rural health care

Last Saturday saw a brief discussion in Thermopolis regarding rural health care. Hot Springs County...

 By Mark Dykes    Activities    October 18, 2018 

Along the waves

Taking advantage of warmer temperatures Tuesday morning, fisherman hit the Bighorn river looking...

 By Mark Dykes    Sports    October 18, 2018 

Bobcats to host Burns

Though the Bobcat football team came up short against Glenrock Friday night with a 42-18 loss, the...

 By Mark Dykes    Activities    October 18, 2018 

Band brings home Excellent rating

Last Saturday the Hot Springs County High School marching band competed at the state marching... Full story

 By Mark Dykes    News    October 11, 2018

County sees increase in taxable sales

According to a report released last Thursday by the Economic Analysis Division of the Wyoming... Full story


Octobrewfest sees some sunshine

The weather was certainly a factor in the fifth annual Oktobrewfest being a popular event this past...


Candidates talk issues at forum

Monday night saw a candidates forum at the Thermopolis Middle School Commons, with general election...

 By Mark Dykes    News    October 11, 2018

Farm Bureau holds annual meeting

The Hot Springs County Farm Bureau had its annual fall meeting on Saturday at the VFW. Ray Shaffer...


A fresh coat

Shurie Scheel paints a light post in Bicentennial Park as part of the place making...


Changing climes

Steven Sanchez speaks to climate change through The Climate Reality Project last Thursday at the...

 By Mark Dykes    Sports    October 11, 2018

Bobcats shut down Newcastle

The Thermopolis football team came home with a win after shutting out Newcastle 66-0 Friday night.... Full story

 By Mark Dykes    Sports    October 11, 2018

TMS cross country wraps up

Last Friday, middle school cross country students travelled to Powell for their conference meet,...

 By Mark Dykes    Sports    October 11, 2018

Middle school football ends season 4-2

Last Saturday saw the Thermopolis Middle School’s final game this year, with a 34-16 win against...


Bobcat robotics prepping for first competition

The Hot Springs County High School Robotics teams have been busy with designing and developing their...


Fire escape

MaKenna Mackay bounces out of the fire department's smoke house set up at RWE as part of Fire...

 By Mark Dykes    News    October 4, 2018

Town council hears animal concerns

At Tuesday evening’s Thermopolis Town Council meeting, Byron Williams brought forth concerns regar...


Carriage ride

Queen Kelly Johnson and King Jeffery VanAntwerp, as well a driver Clay VanAntwerp, wave to students...

 By Mark Dykes    News    October 4, 2018

Two arrested following traffic stop

Two subjects are facing drug-related charges following a stop and subsequent search of the vehicle...

 By Mark Dykes    News    October 4, 2018

Rush attends Wyoming Working Together

Earlier this month, Thermopolis-Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Meri Ann Rush...


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