Articles from the April 23, 2020 edition

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 By Jurri Schenck    News    April 23, 2020

Clover Cheney gets a bike

Clover Cheney is a very fun and adventurous seven-year-old who recently received a special bicycle...

 

Sharp decline in oil prices causes concern

by Nick Reynolds Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange CASPER - Futures prices for oil fell...

 

HSCHS senior graduation plans progressing

Many in Thermopolis have been wondering what is going to happen the middle of May when the Class of 2020 is supposed to cross the stage from high...

 

Rally attendees push Gordon to lift restrictions

The state will lift its restrictions on businesses and gatherings when it appears prudent to do so, Gov. Mark Gordon told a group of protesters at the...

 

COVID-19 patient delivers message of hope

by KARLA POMEROY, Editor Northern Wyoming News WORLAND - Grateful to be alive, Lory August of...

 

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...

 

Bluebird of happiness!

Sitting on his perch overlooking a grassy meadow, this Mountain Bluebird had been seen with a... Full story

 

Floating boats

Grant and Andrew Coats enjoyed floating some homemade boats near their home in T... Full story

 
 By Cindy Glasson    News    April 23, 2020

Help Center provides needed services

Like all of us, the Help Center at Common Ground has had to adapt to the emergence of COVID-19....

 

Community blood drive scheduled

On Monday, May 4, Hot Springs County Hospital Auxiliary in conjunction with the United Blood Service from Billings, will be holding a Community Blood...

 

Keep the news coming

We need to get through this time and tighten our belts, just as we have through two World Wars, terrorist attacks and other epidemics. Newspapers in...

 

COVID-19 offers scammers opportunity

by Sam Shumway State Director, AARP Wyoming  In the year 2019, AARP’s FraudWatch Network reported 24 percent of all scam calls reported in Wyoming...

 

Proud to have known you, Coach

Coach Don Simpson was a coach for the Thermopolis Boxing Club. I had two sons in the club and a 5-year-old daughter who never missed a practice. Therm...

 

Thank you Governor

The following was sent to Governor Mark Gordon and also shared with the Thermopolis Independent Record as a letter to the editor.   Dear Governor...

 

Wyoming school receive federal funding waivers

Wyoming schools are getting some relief after receiving federal waivers from education funding requirements on Tuesday, April 7. The waiver was grante...

 

Highway project through town slated to begin in early May

A $3.3 million highway improvement project is scheduled to begin in early May through the Town of Thermopolis on US20/WY789. Prime contractor is...

 

Five bridges to see improvements

A $1.9 million bridge rehabilitation project, involving 5 bridges, has started on the Big Horn River bridge south of Thermopolis. An 11-foot width...

 

Enjoying the geese

A couple visitors to Hot Springs State Park got up close with geese swimming in one of the... Full story

 

Johnson County grants 'exceptions' to businesses

by Mara Abbott Buffalo Bulletin Via Wyoming News Exchange BUFFALO — Johnson County Health Officer Dr. Mark Schueler extended an exception to three...

 

Coronavirus blamed in death of four members of Northern Arapaho Tribe

by Clair McFarland The Ranger Via Wyoming News Exchange RIVERTON — Four Fremont County residents have died due to complications of the coronavirus....

 

Rollin' in the park

Trenton Enis glides through Hot Springs State Park Sunday afternoon.... Full story

 

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