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Kids dig nominations open

Nominations are currently being accepted for the fifth annual local kids dig at the Wyoming Dinosaur Center. The dig itself is scheduled for...

 

Storyteller wins softball championship

Through all of the weather delays and schedule changes this season, it was Storyteller that came on... Full story

 

Jr. Bobcat football camp planned

The youngest, up and coming Bobcats have the opportunity to get some football reps in with the Jr. Bobcat Football Camp and Youth Football, both...

 

Airport fly-in set for Aug. 10

Mark your calendars today for the fourth annual Hot Springs County Airport Fly-In, scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 10. Enjoy a free pancake breakfast...

 

WJRA rodeo results

Thermopolis hosted a 2019 WJRA rodeo July 20 and 21. Top placers during the two-day event are...

 

Frybread fundraiser Friday in HSSP

Members of the Shoshone Nation from Fort Washakie will be fundraising for the Gift of the Waters pageant on Friday, Aug. 2 from 4-8 p.m. at the...

 

Legislators once again review gambling

GILLETTE — Wyoming has come a long way from its roots. But when it comes to gambling, some lawmakers believe the Cowboy State today isn’t much...

 
 By Lara Love    Activities    August 1, 2019

Farmers Market

Monica Jones had a good selection of vegetables at the first Farmers Market of the...

 

Horse show kicks off Hot Springs County Fair

Hot Springs County Fair kicked off with the horse show Saturday. It was a beautiful summer day and...

 

A dog's world

Youth showed dogs of all shapes and sizes during the 2019 Dog Show, Monday night. Judge Mary Martin...

 
 By Seth Klamann    News    August 1, 2019

Wyoming education system ranked 10th in nation

CASPER — A WalletHub data analysis has ranked Wyoming’s education system the 10th best in the nation for 2019, the group said in a press release...

 
 By Isabella Alves    News    August 1, 2019

Equifax sued for violating Wyoming Consumer Protection Act

CHEYENNE — The Wyoming Attorney General’s office filed suit last week against Equifax Inc. for allegedly violating the Wyoming Consumer...

 

Volunteer for backpack program

With the start of school just around the corner, it is time once again for the People for People Backpack program to get rolling. The program consists...

 

August is National Wellness Month

August is officially here, and in addition to being the last few weeks of summer vacation the month is also recognized as National Wellness Month....

 

Don't bring home illness from events

The Wyoming Department of Health wants residents to avoid bringing home illnesses from summer’s fun and traditional animal events and exhibits such...

 

Camp out

The Lights On Afterschool program wrapped up its summer sessions last week with camping trips....

 

Area artists represented at BHB Folk Festival

Participants from the Big Horn Basin are dominant in the lineup at the Fifth Annual Big Horn Basin Folk Festival, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 3 and 4, i...

 

Historical Gift of the Waters Indian Pageant

“Moccasined feet of Indians trod the paths surrounding the Big Horn Hot Springs long before the coming of the first white man.” These words open...

 
 By Mark Dykes    News    August 1, 2019

Walker reflects on long life

At 90 years old, reading a newspaper and waiting for lunch to start at the Thermopolis Senior...

 

Bus garage carnival planned

Parents will want to mark their calendars for a fun evening for the kids as the Transportation Department with the Hot Springs County School District...

 

All hitched up

First Baptist Church Pastor Harvey Seidel provided rides for students in the church's Vacation...

 

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