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Articles from the August 8, 2019 edition

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 By Cindy Glasson    News    August 8, 2019

Livestock sale brings in more than $123,000

The 2019 Junior Livestock Auction at the Hot Springs County Fairgrounds on Friday night was a succes... Full story

 

Dive in

During the Family Fun Nite at the Hot Springs County Fair, the inflatables were again a big hit....

 
 By Mark Dykes    News    August 8, 2019

Council approves rate increases

During their Tuesday night meeting, the Thermopolis Town Council approved rate increases for water a...

 
 By Cindy Glasson    News    August 8, 2019

Commissioners updated on airport

While the current infestation of grass hoppers in the county are a problem for farmers and those...

 
 By Mark Dykes    News    August 8, 2019

TCT files judgment appeal

In the latest development of a case involving Joe and Barbara Campbell, as well as 10 anonymous...

 

On the Record for Aug. 8

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    August 8, 2019

Probation in felony drug case

Monday afternoon in Hot Springs District Court, Judge Bobbi Overfield sentenced Timothy Hoyer to fou...

 

CellOnly buys Wyoming Wireless

Late last month, Wyoming Wireless, 601 Broadway, was purchased from Verizon by one of their authorized retailers, CellOnly. CellOnly has been an...

 

Pavement project north of town

A $2 million pavement improvement project has started on U.S. 20/WY789, about 7 miles north of Thermopolis. Asphalt pavement milling started July 29....

 

A century of service

Above, Thermopolis Volunteer Firemen are regaled by Senator John Barrasso at their 100th birthday...

 

Back to school time

Summer is quickly coming to an end with just a few weeks left before the official start of school. There’s an old joke about being a teacher…"the...

 
 By Julia Scott    Opinion    August 8, 2019

Lights On Afterschool update

By definition “grant” means to agree to give or allow. It can also be defined as a sum of money given by a government or other organization for a...

 

Mary King

Longtime Thermopolis resident, Mary King, 92, passed away in Billings, Mont., Thursday, July 25,... Full story

 

Chili cook-off

Ten fabulous cooks participated in this year's chili cook-off during the Hot Springs County Fair....

 

Historic Trek to visit Kirby and Bridger Creeks

Hot Springs County Historical Society and HSC Pioneer Association have announced their summer 2019 historical trek. The trek will be Saturday, Aug....

 

First Baptist hosting concert

First Baptist Church of Thermopolis at 310 South Sixth Street is hosting a Liberty Quartet Concert on Sunday, Aug. 11 during the 11 a.m. worship...

 

Three compete at National Senior Games

On June 14-25, T.J. and Lea Schoenewald, as well as Marion Bishop, headed to Albuquerque, N.M., to... Full story

 

License your bicycles, wear a helmet

When it comes to getting a license, the things that most often spring to mind are being legally able to drive or making sure our pets are tagged. But...

 

Leading the way

Whether they were walking or running, riding their bike or pushing a stroller, the participants in...

 

Haynes a fan of hot water

About 78 years ago, Nancy Haynes came into the world in Sunnyside, Wash., in a building that was a combination nursing home and hospital. “I have a...

 

Turtle Trek coming to HSSP

The 14th Annual Rotary Club of Thermopolis’ Great American Turbo Turtle Trek is coming, Saturday, Aug.17 in Hot Springs State Park, starting at 1...

 

Slick squealers

Pigs and mud take wrestling to a whole new level during the Pig Wrestling event during the Hot...

 

Grand champions

Tymber Eckley, left, showed the Overall Reserve Champion Market Sheep at Hot Springs County Fair....

 
 By Leo Wolfson    News    August 8, 2019

More arrests made in Bighorn Basin meth ring

by Leo Wolfson CODY — At least four more people have been recently arrested and are facing charges for their connection to the William “Bill...

 

Local Rotary club hosts district governor

During the July 30 meeting of the local chapter of Rotary International, District Governor Chris Woodruff and his wife Karoline joined more than 20...

 

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