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Articles from the August 29, 2019 edition

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 By Mark Dykes    News    August 29, 2019

Hospital board discusses roof funding

During their Tuesday night meeting, the Hot Springs County Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees...

 

Pull!

As classmates and friends cheer them on, students at Hot Springs County High School try their best...

 
 By Cindy Glasson    News    August 29, 2019

School board welcomes staff

Hot Springs County School District Board Chairman Clay VanAntwerp began the Tuesday night meeting wi...

 

Message sign/web camera coming to Wind River Canyon

Installation of seven new digital message signs/web cameras is under way throughout northwest Wyoming in a $1.4 million project, one of which will be... Full story

 

Back in session

Teachers and staff at Ralph Witters Elementary were on-hand to welcome back students on Aug. 21,...

 

On the Record for Aug. 29

On the Record policy It is the Thermopolis Independent Record’s policy that all people arrested or cited under the “Accidents,” “Sheriff’s...

 

WDH shares block grant fraud alert

The Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) is warning that fraudulent activity by individuals claiming to represent the Community Services Block Grant...

 
 By Mark Dykes    News    August 29, 2019

Four illegal immigrant arrests

This past Tuesday at 5:40 a.m. the Thermopolis Police Department initiated action to arrest four...

 
 By Mark Dykes    News    August 29, 2019

Hall a fan of community, center

Dick Hall said he got here when he was 12 years old, coming from Great Falls, Mont. "Before that we...

 

State has more than $500,000 for HSC residents

The state of Wyoming is holding more than $85 million belonging to current and former residents of Wyoming — including more than $500,000 earmarked...

 

Fall breakfast set for Sept. 15

The Knights of Columbus will host a fall breakfast, open to the public, at the John Paul II Parish Hall at 8th and Arapahoe, on Sunday, Sept. 15 at...

 

Winner, winner

Tanner Colburn, top, was the first winner in the wall of guns raffle Saturday night at the Friends...

 

Recognizing labors

Labor Day is certainly an interesting name for a holiday, considering how many people actually have the day off from work, but it’s not necessarily...

 

Let's enjoy the last of summer

There were a few mornings this week when we all awoke to temperatures in the 50-degree range. Some...

 

Ervin Leroy 'Pee Wee' Toney

Ervin Leroy “Pee Wee” Toney, 82, longtime resident of Thermopolis, passed away August 20, 2019, at his daughter’s home in Casper. Pee Wee was... Full story

 

Hope Angel Paxton

Hope Angel Paxton, 32, of Flint, Mich., passed away on Sat., Aug. 24, 2019. Hope was born in Flint on Sept. 5, 1986, the daughter of Dean and... Full story

 

Craig Allen George

Craig Allen George passed away on Tuesday July 30, 2019, surrounded by his loved ones. Craig was born in 1952, in Rock Springs, Wyo. As he traveled... Full story

 

Catherine 'Jean' Bruner

Catherine “Jean” Bruner, 88, died suddenly at Hot Springs County Memorial Hospital, Monday, August 26, 2019. A full obituary will run in the... Full story

 

Book signing celebrates hometown writer

On Saturday, Sept. 7, 2001 Hot Springs County High School graduate Kyle Brost will be hosting a...

 

Plein-Air planned for Sept. 7 in HSSP

On Saturday, September 7, the second annual Plein-Air Thermopolis will be hosted in Hot Springs State Park with more than 20 artists from the Big...

 

Celebrated years

Bill Williams, Chuck Bunch and Jerry Williams dress as the Three Wise Men, and Ellen Mortimore...

 

Golfers fare well at Worland

Hot Springs County High School’s golf team had a good couple of days of competition in Worland...

 

NBHA Barrel racing results

The NBHA hosted a barrel racing competition on Sunday at Hot Springs County Fairgrounds. Results include (in order of finish): Youth 1D: Mesa Allen...

 

Volleyball season takes off

Varsity volleyball at Hot Springs County High School kicks off this weekend with the McDonald's... Full story

 

Suicide prevention

According to information from the United Health Foundation, average suicide rates in Wyoming have been higher than the national average. In 2018,...

 

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