Articles from the March 24, 2022 edition

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 By Kirk Boxleitner    News    March 24, 2022

Hot Springs County schools open option for more training in all three schools

The Hot Springs County School Board voted unanimously to apply for an alternative calendar for the 2022-23 school year, not only for Ralph Witters...

 

Bingo!

Mackenzie Jones and Beau Kimes hope to get a bingo during the senior class bingo night fundraiser...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    March 24, 2022

Council discusses next steps for Solid Waste Transfer Station

At the March 15 Thermopolis Town Council meeting held at Town Hall, Hot Springs County Emergency Planner Bill Gordon presented information on the...

 

Three Bobcats qualify for nationals

Three Bobcat Speech and Debate team members qualified during last weekend's Wind River National...

 

New Wyoming law targets literacy

by Maya Shimizu Harris Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange CASPER —Wyoming ranks above average in the nation for student reading performan...

 

Commissioners approve rebate, grants

The Hot Springs County Commissioners held a brief meeting on March 15 at the Annex building with all three commissioners present. Starting off, county...

 

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...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    March 24, 2022

Couple owns Kirby Creek Tannery

Mark and Liz Dean have purchased the tannery portion of the business from Merlin's Hide Out. The...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    March 24, 2022

Uhaul rentals available in town

A Uhaul Authorized Dealer is back in Thermopolis with their office located at Discover Thermopolis...

 

Coachmen Motel converted to storage units

The location of the Coachmen Motel property is now being converted into storage units by property owner Marvin Meyer. There will be 38 storage units...

 

HSC Republican Party Convention

The Hot Springs County Republican Party County Convention was held Saturday March 19 at County Annex with 21 Delegates  participating. There were...

 

Biden administration energy policy baffling in a time of war

The Biden administration’s response to rising oil prices is perplexing, to say the least. Whether the much higher prices of oil and gas are a...

 

Agriculture - The industry we cannot live without

by Doug Miyamoto, Director, Wyoming Department of Agriculture There is no need to sugar coat this news because everyone already knows… The last few...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    March 24, 2022

February lodging tax collections high

At the March Travel and Tourism board meeting, treasurer Audra Dominguez presented the financial report. For the month of February, they collected...

 

Hake Realty rebrands with global franchise

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, a global real estate brokerage franchise network, has announced its expansion in the West with the addition of Berksh...

 

Gordon retires

A retirement party was recently held for Mary Gordon honoring her 17 years of service to the county...

 

Tracksters open season at Pavilion

The high school Bobcat track teams opened their season with some impressive times and placings at...

 

Thermopolis FFA

FFA livestock judgers Tymber Eckley, Cadence Steadman, Hayden Overfield, Rylee and Taylor Agar...

 

Wrestlers compete around the state

Thermopolis Wrestling Club members competed in three different tournaments last weekend with some strong finishes all the way around. North Big Horn...

 

Two named All-Conference

Bobcat players Hardy Johnson and Adley Coyne were given All-Conference honors for class 3A/4A basketball for this season....

 

Mishurda Mountain Ranch sold

Mishurda Mountain Ranches was sold on March 1, 2022. The Mishurda ranch  situated between Klondike...

 

Gordon signs Second Amendment Protection bill

by Jasmine Hall Wyoming Tribune Eagle Via Wyoming News Exchange CHEYENNE — Gov. Mark Gordon signed the Second Amendment Protection Act into law...

 

News briefs from around Wyoming

Man shot, killed by Gillette police GILLETTE (WNE) — A man was killed in a police shooting in Gillette Monday afternoon. Officers responded to the...

 

Exploring

Nate Thompson and his daughter Penny, from Casper, discuss the terraces in the Hot Springs State...

 

Prescribed burns planned for this spring

The Bureau of Land Management will conduct prescribed burns in the Copper Mountain and Green Mountain areas this spring, beginning as soon as late...

 

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