Articles from the March 28, 2019 edition

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 By Mark Dykes    News    March 28, 2019

Hospital district receives grant

Patients at Hot Springs County Hospital District will soon benefit from studies using the latest in...

 
 By Mark Dykes    News    March 28, 2019

Prepping for emergencies

Tuesday afternoon at the meeting of the Hot Springs County Local Emergency Planning Committee,...

 

Young songwriter

Joe Moon and daughter Andreanna sing an original song during the March 16 poetry and song writing...

 

Community awards

The Thermopolis Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce celebrated their 100th year last Saturday at their... Full story

 
 By Mark Dykes    News    March 28, 2019

Oil spill

Though there were signs of some slight spillage, an oil tank was not breached after it broke from...

 

On the Record for March 28

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

 
 By Mark Dykes    News    March 28, 2019

Drug activity showing a decrease

Within the first quarter of the year, officers with the Thermopolis Police Department and Hot...

 
 By Cindy Glasson    News    March 28, 2019

TRW honored

Thermopolis Rehabilitation and Wellness, a Thermopolis-based provider of Long-Term Care and Skilled...

 

Feeding a crowd

It was standing room only last Thursday at the annual Beer and Brats event hosted by Central Bank...

 

Soul Street Dancers to perform

Thermopolis is in for a treat on April 25 as the Houston based dance group, Soul Street Dance, hits the boards in the auditorium for an amazing night...

 

Area military welcoming ceremonies

Soldiers returning home from Korea and, more notably, Vietnam, were not properly thanked upon their return to the United States from war. A day of...

 

Healthy information

This past year has seen a lot of change in our community. Familiar businesses are shutting their doors while new ones are popping up or coming under...

 
 By Mary White    Opinion    March 28, 2019

Fun times on the road

Not only does the calendar say so, all we have to do is look outside to see touches of green and watch as the robins and rabbits are dancing and roman...

 

Good at growing weeds

I don’t want to say it too loud, considering we still have plenty of weather on the horizon, but...

 

Jack C. Sheldon

Jack C. Sheldon, 72, passed away suddenly March 19, 2019, in Arizona City, Ariz. Born July 5, 1946 i... Full story

 

Gary Apland

Gary Apland, 57, passed away on March 15, 2019, in Gillette, Wyo., surrounded by his family. He was born on August 8, 1961, to Alvin and Myrona...

 

Annelise Domhoff-Borbe

Annelise Domhoff-Borbe passed away March 24, 2019, in Thermopolis, Wyoming. She was born on January... Full story

 
 By Cindy Glasson    News    March 28, 2019

Craig Redland invents CR Key Checker

How many times have you needed a spare key for your car or your front door, had it cut and got all...

 
 By Mark Dykes    Sports    March 28, 2019

Bobcat tracksters set personal records

The Bobcat tracksters saw their first meet this season at Cody for the Yellowstone Sports Medicine... Full story

 

Wrestlers compete at Buffalo Bill Showdown

On Saturday, March 23, the Thermopolis Wrestling Club competed in the Folkstyle and Freestyle t the Buffalo Bill Showdown in Cody. Folkstyle In 6U 35-...

 

Jackalope Jump fundraiser set for April 5 splash

The annual Jackalope Jump, a fundraiser for Hot Springs County Special Olympics will be on Friday, April 5. Those willing to brave some chilly waters...

 
 By Morgan Hughes    News    March 28, 2019

Community colleges take next step to offer 4-year degrees

The state of Wyoming has officially authorized its seven community colleges to offer Bachelor of Applied Science degrees. It’s the fruit of a...

 

Irrigation forecasts positive

Even though we haven’t had as much moisture as we’ve had in the past two years at this point, irrigation forecasts for farmers still looks good....

 

MS Voices

Students at Thermopolis Middle School celebrated their teachers last Friday during the Middle...

 

Permit eyes tons of oilfield pollutants

by Angus M. Thuemer Jr. WyoFile.com Via Wyoming News Echange Millions of gallons of tainted water carrying thousands of tons of oilfield pollutants...

 

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