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Articles from the April 30, 2020 edition

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 By Cindy Glasson    News    April 30, 2020

Thermopolis schools will not reopen this spring

An emergency meeting of the Hot Springs County School District Board of Directors resulted in all... Full story

 

New statewide orders beginning Friday

Governor Mark Gordon has announced that new public health orders effective May 1 will allow gyms, barber shops, hair salons and other personal care...

 

Fresh air time

Adam Estenson is playing King of the Hill with his son Aiden while his daughters, Lilly and Ole,... Full story

 

Re-open Wyoming

Re-open Wyoming rallies were held on Friday from 4-6 p.m. across the state. In Thermopolis,... Full story

 

Bobcat speech and debate team claims state championship

Hot Springs County High School’s Bobcat Speech and Debate team brought home the State Championship for 1A/2A last weekend. The team was on the road... Full story

 

27.1 million tourism dollars spent in HSC

During this time of uncertainty and closures that have negatively impacted our economy, Hot Springs County Travel & Tourism have teamed up with the...

 

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...

 

Brush Fire

Hot Springs County firemen put out a brush fire Tuesday north of town along Highway 20. The...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    April 30, 2020

Attorney joins Messenger Law Firm

The Messenger Law Firm has recently hired a new attorney, Marshall Keller, a former Navy Seal who...

 

HSC granted variance on health order closures

Hot Springs County, through the efforts of Dr. Vernon Miller, County Health Officer, Tricia McPhie, Director of Public Health, and Bill Gordon, Hot... Full story

 

Lyle Wiley honored for exemplary volunteerism

One of Hot Springs County High School’s speech and debate team coaches was recently honored by the National Speech and Debate Association for...

 

Our view - Support your neighbors

As Governor Mark Gordon and the Wyoming Department of Public Health announced the most recent orders regarding COVID-19 closures and restrictions on...

 

That's love

by Jill Kruse, DO When my mom called me and said that my dad found four N95 masks in the garage and she wanted to send them all to me since I’m a...

 

Time to stand up

As you can probably tell by reading this note, I am really mad at our government and the people who are letting themselves be cowed by an overbearing...

 

Living with dogs and cats

My dog thinks I’ve quit my job to spend more time with her. On the other hand, my cat assumes that I have been fired. Because of being the looser...

 

Janet Ahlquist

Janet Ahlquist, loving mother and accomplished pianist, passed away on Tuesday, April 21, 2020.... Full story

 

Wyoming schools receive $32.5M in aid

by Seth Klamann Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange CASPER – Wyoming has received roughly $32.5 million in federal funding to help its 48...

 

Getting yard work done

Jim Skelton and grandsons, Jackson and Joel, rake up leaves and burn them. He made sure to call and... Full story

 

Distance learning progress report

Students in the Hot Springs County School District have been doing distance learning for several weeks now and the principals in each of the... Full story

 

Travel and Tourism board hears about rebranding efforts

Hot Springs County Travel and Tourism’s Director Jackie Dorothy welcomed new members Rachel Moon and Susan Lankford to the board during their April...

 

Locals supporting locals

Several residents have lined up for drive thru and curbside service to support local businesses...

 

Kindergarten registration begins Monday

Pre-registration for kindergarteners will be online this year for the 2020-2021 school year. Registration will open on Monday, May 4, and you must do...

 

State FFA award announcements planned

The Wyoming FFA has announced its plan for rescheduling parts of its annual convention, including delivering some content online. The FFA was forced...

 

Out for a walk

Bob Kinnaman walks his happy dog Peewee in Hot Springs State Park...

 

Highway project through town begins

A $3.3 million highway improvement project is scheduled through the Town of Thermopolis on US20/WY789. Contract completion date is June 30, 2021. The... Full story

 

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