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Schools receive new guidelines for meals

The Hot Springs County School Board was treated to an explanation of new federal food service guidelines from District Food Service Coordinator...

 

Back to school

Hot Springs County School District students started classes at all schools on August 18. Ralph...

 

Commissioners approve letter of support for Roundtop Trail

by Abby Belus The August 17 Hot Springs County Commissioners meeting opened with Meri Ann Rush requesting a letter of support for the Roundtop Trail o...

 

Recreational use advisory for Boysen Reservoir, other locations

The Wyoming Department of Health has issued harmful cyanobacterial bloom (HCB) recreational use advisories for Boysen Reservoir, Buffalo Bill...

 

Riders on the Orphan Train

Alison Moore and Phil Lancaster performed a program about the many orphans that were sent out on...

 

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...

 

Poker Chip Run

This past Saturday the Senior Center held a non sponsored poker chip run. There were three stops:...

 

Preschool health fair Saturday

There will be a Hot Springs County Preschool Screening and Health Fair for children ages 0-4 on Saturday, August 28 from 9 a.m.-noon. It will be held...

 

Calling all gardeners in HSC

Garden harvest season is almost here and if you find your garden overflowing, the First Lady Jennie Gordon’s Wyoming Hunger Initiative (WHI), the Ce...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    August 26, 2021

New owners of White Horse Country Store settling in

Brett Klein and his girlfriend Shirley Willis have had a successful summer as the new owners of the White Horse Country Story which they bought from...

 

Back to school

Hot Springs County School District students have returned to school and are settling into their daily schedules. This is such an exciting time for...

 

Health officer provides COVID information

As predicted, COVID has spiked again both here in Hot Springs County and in the rest of the country. Those falling ill, being hospitalized, and dying... Full story

 

Bart Allen Bader

It is with many broken hearts that we announce the passing of Bart Allen Bader on August 13, 2021,... Full story

 

Richard Rankin (Hassheider) Hall

Richard Rankin (Hassheider) Hall, 91, passed away at Hot Springs Health Hospital with his son by... Full story

 

August Garden of the Month

The Red Dirt Master Gardeners awarded Sandy Bills the August Garden of the Month. Her front and...

 

Durward Lee Jones

Late on a hot July night a cowboy took his last ride. The bronc he rode was named Time and it was... Full story

 

Beautiful dragonfly

What appears to be a Spotted Skimmer dragonfly enjoys a little sunshine while perched on small...

 

County Planning Commission delays lodging proposal

At its August 18 meeting, the Hot Springs County Land Use Planning Commission continued the Dufour Bed & Breakfast proposal on Black Mountain Road to...

 

Author of The Constitution Study visits Thermopolis

The local Oath Keepers Chapter and the Best Western sponsored a visit from author Paul Engel,...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    August 26, 2021

Flavored peanut butter business hits town

Justin and Amber Popp recently relocated to Thermopolis. They brought with them their flavored peanut butter business, called PB&J’s. They make and...

 

Ready for some football

Thermopolis Bobcat 2A football players began practicing August 16 and will have a scrimmage against...

 

Golfers start season with strong finishes

Bobcat golfers opened their season at the Park County Shootout Aug. 12-13. "We have had a great...

 

Bull riding

Riggin Pearce, son of former Thermopolis resident Josh Pearce, rode during the junior bull riding...

 

Olsen fundraiser

A cookie jar auction will be held for Lauri Olsen on Sat., August 28 beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the fairgrounds. In early July, Olsen was diagnosed...

 

Keeping schools open is priority

CHEYENNE, Wyo. –   As students return to classrooms across the state during a time of increasing numbers of COVID-19 infections, state leaders...

 

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