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Articles from the February 3, 2022 edition

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School board approves going out to bid for bus loop

The Hot Springs County School Board on Jan. 20 considered the disposition of the district’s play park and the next steps toward its bus loop, as...

 

100 days of school

Ralph Witters Elementary students Gordon Whiting-Ocon, Gentry Kimes, Colton Lote and Kinley Postma...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    February 3, 2022

Molitor announces retirement as CEO

At the January 25, Hot Springs Health board meeting for the growth report, CEO Margie Molitor announced that she is retiring on July 1 and they are be...

 

In the wake of superintendent scrap, a look at the position's powers

by Sofia Jeremias, WyoFile.com Following a process challenged by legal maneuverings and allegations of unconstitutionality, Gov. Mark Gordon appointed...

 

Fun times

Don Haines and Darren Bulow of Wyo Laffs Comedy from Casper perform stand up for the Hot Springs...

 

On the record

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

 

Sportsmen dinner

First Baptist Church assistant pastor Caleb Howe opens the Sportsmen's Dinner and Seminar with a...

 

Tourism videos screening at auditorium

Jeb Schenck of Schenck Photography in cooperation with the Hot Springs Travel and Tourism Board will present their tourism video productions to the...

 

Collins holds fire chief position for nearly 30 years

Thermopolis Volunteer Fire Department Chief, Mark Collins, has held his position for nearly thirty years and is one of the longest in Wyoming and Hot...

 

Tickets sent out for Fireman's Ball

Residents should have received invitations and packs of tickets in the mail for the 2022 Thermopolis Volunteer Fire Department’s Fireman’s Ball....

 

Bring back the blockbusters

by Tyler Martineau   Do you ever wonder why shows such as “Joe Pickett” or “Longmire” are based in Wyoming but are filmed elsewhere? Just...

 

Support for Medicaid Expansion

The undersigned members of Wyoming’s business community ask the 66th Wyoming Legislature to pass a bill to expand the state’s Medicaid program dur...

 

Friends of the Library Chocolate Lovers event

The Hot Springs County Friends of the Library will be holding their annual Chocolate Lovers event on Saturday, Feb. 12 at the Hot Springs County...

 

Hot Springs State Park visitation

Hot Springs State Park Supervisor Kevin Skates reported the 2021 visitation numbers for the park as 1,757,299 visitors. Skates also said those...

 

Wrestlers face tough competition at Ron Thon

The Bobcat Wrestlers hosted the Buffalo Bison in a dual last Thursday. The Bison were down...

 

Lady Cats battle hard, fall in two

The Lady Cats varsity basketball team went up against Rocky Mountain last Thursday playing an impressive first quarter, but the girls lost momentum...

 

Boys fall just short

The Bobcats just finished up their eighth week of the 2021-22 boys basketball season and are looking at about a month left. The 3A varsity Bobcats...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    February 3, 2022

Travel and Tourism board receives updates

At the January 19 Hot Springs County Travel and Tourism meeting held via Zoom, Treasurer Audra Dominguez provided the financial report. The lodging...

 

More in Wyoming seek rental aid

by Mary Steurer Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange CASPER —Average weekly applications to Wyoming’s Emergency Rental Assistance...

 

News briefs from around the state

Average gas prices in Wyoming unchanged in the past week CHEYENNE (WNE) — Average gasoline prices in Wyoming are unchanged in the last week,...

 

Majestic hunter

January and February are some of the best times for viewing bald eagles. They are often found near...

 

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