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Articles from the February 18, 2021 edition

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Data shows oil, gas industry hit hard

by Joshua Leach Cody Enterprise Via Wyoming News Exchange CODY — Oil and gas have been major drivers of the Wyoming economy since the Equality...

 

Monday fun day

A group hit the snow around their residence and in fields to have a little fun in the warming...

 

Meth seized

During a traffic stop at 11:35 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 14, Thermopolis Police Officer Michael...

 

Cold snap brings record lows

Although Thermopolis was not included in a recent release by the National Weather Service of recent record breaking low temperatures, residents still...

 

Nominations sought for chamber honors

At February Chamber of Commerce meeting on February 11, executive director Meri Ann Rush said that their city/county maps participation will be...

 

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...

 

FFA Agriscience contest winners

The Thermopolis FFA Chapter held their local Agriscience Fair earlier this month. The State...

 

Jenks named firefigher of the year

The Thermopolis Fire Department held their annual awards banquet on Saturday, Feb. 13. Lieutenant London Jenks was named Firefighter of the Year...

 

Hunter Education field day March 13

Jim Lash, Kent Shook and Kris Mull will hold an Internet Hunter Education Field Day on March 13 at Thermopolis Middle School, 1450 Valleyview, in the...

 

About people

University of Wyoming 2020 fall semester honor rolls have been announced. President’s Honor Roll: Amanda D. Chism, Chloe Renae Crosby, Kaylee...

 

What do you need to know? Who do you trust?

Do you want to know what your city, county and school districts are up to?  As a responsible taxpayer and citizen of your community, of course you wa...

 

Politicians represent all the people

In light of the political turmoil right now, I’d like to add a few comments to the letters already printed in this paper. Something to keep in mind...

 

Dumb idea with bad timing: canceling newspaper published legal notices

by Bill Sniffin, Cowboy State Daily Using both tight budgets and a Covid pandemic as excuses, the dumb idea of limiting printed public notices in...

 

Presidential suspension on mineral development bad for Wyoming's wildlife

by Brian Nesvik, director of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department For decades, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department has stood out for our ability to...

 

Senate committee advances bill removing certain public notices requirements

by Tom Coulter Wyoming Tribune Eagle Via Wyoming News Exchange CHEYENNE – A Senate committee advanced a bill that would remove some of the public...

 

Chocolate lovers

The Friends of the Library annual Chocolate Lovers take-out event was a huge success. Around 70...

 

Insurance Marketplace offers new open enrollment period

CHEYENNE – Enroll Wyoming navigators will be available to help Wyoming residents sign up for insurance on the federal Health Insurance Marketplace d...

 

Wrestlers host regionals Saturday

The Bobcat wrestling team finished their regular season on a high note in Shoshoni on Saturday winning three duals. The first dual of the day was agai...

 

Seventh grade boys season rolls along

The Thermopolis Middle School boys seventh grade basketball teams have been working hard this year and playing some great defense and scoring well on...

 

Down the court

Dayna Crow hustles down the court during Lady Cat varsity basketball. The Lady Cats lost a tough...

 

Statewide mask order stays in place

Governor Mark Gordon announced he was easing of some of the state’s public health orders but extended the statewide mask mandate. On Monday, Feb....

 

COVID-19 vaccine demand can lead to fraud

The Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) is warning residents to be on alert for suspicious, potentially fraudulent activity as efforts to help prevent...

 

Lambing around

On Monday HSCSD students had the day off from school for Presidents' Day but the Owsley family...

 

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