Articles from the September 21, 2023 edition

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Lady Cats win state golf

The Thermopolis High School Golf Team headed to Newcastle last Thursday to compete in the 2023...

 

Two Thermopolis teachers receive $2,000 boost from Voya Financial

Voya Financial, Inc. a leading provider of retirement plans for educators, announced today that Kristin Ryan and Alyssa Brown, teachers at Ralph...

 

Cody radio station owner pleads guilty to tax fraud

by CJ Baker, Powell Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange A Cody businesswoman recently pleaded guilty to filing a false tax return, admitting she withhel...

 

An evening of fundraising

Non-Profit Gottsche Rehabilitation Center held a Boots N Bling fundraiser at the HSC Fair Building...

 

Fun at the fly-in

Brothers Gentry and Cheston Kimes man the cockpit, with Beau in the backseat, as they check out one...

 

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...

 

Senior Center to host full line up of events

The Hot Springs County Senior Center is holding a variety of events that are coming up and of interest to the public. The Senior Center Welcomes Fall...

 

Petroglyph tour set for Saturday

A free, exclusive petroglyph tour with Dr. Larry Loendorf is planned for Saturday, September 23. Dr. Loendorf has conducted cutting edge...

 

Christian woman's conference planned

Local non-denomination informal organization Rooted In Faith will hold its 2nd Annual Christian Wome...

 

New HSH Foundation director

The Thermopolis Chamber Ambassadors held a ribbon cutting on September 14 to recognize Laura Budd...

 

Grizzly encounter shows need for state management

by John Malmberg, Cody Enterprise A grizzly bear that wandered into a residential area east of Cody last week was trapped and euthanized. The wayward...

 

Wyoming's 988 Suicide and Crisis Line

As part of its commitment to help reduce suicide deaths across the state, the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) is sharing key information about the...

 

Breast cancer can effect anyone

by Debra Johnston, MD  My mother had 6 siblings, 16 aunts and uncles, and innumerable cousins. She was the first of them all to be diagnosed with...

 

Curtis 'Curt' Grega

Curtis John Grega, 69, died peacefully during a brief but dramatic storm at lunchtime on Sunday,... Full story

 

Boo Bash Chamber banquet planned for October 7

The Thermopolis-Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Chamber Banquet “Cham-Boo Bash” on Saturday, October 7 at the HSC Fair...

 

Brett Reo Boren

Brett Reo Boren, 65, died Friday, August 25, 2023, at Hot Springs Health hospital in Thermopolis, Wy... Full story

 

Lanette Carter

Lanette Carter, known by many as Mrs. Carter, went to join her beloved husband Larry, family, and... Full story

 

Lady Cats host Worland Thursday

by Karissa Nichols The Lady Cats spent an abundance of time on the court in week 4 of the season with a home match on Thursday against the Lovell...

 

STEM van visits

Jaylee Larson, age 9, and Jess Carley STEM program specialist for the Girl Scouts of Montana and...

 

Cross country to host home meet

Hot Springs County High School cross county competed at the Chief Nation Invitational meet last Saturday in Ethete. The girls team was led by Jayda...

 

Bobcats prepare for homecoming

The Bobcat varsity football team fell to #2 Mountain View last week in a final conference game score of 14-0. This week they will be traveling to...

 

Bobcat Hall of Fame inductees announced

The 2023 Bobcat Athletic Hall of Fame inductees include Jon McDonald – Male Athlete, Jake Schmidt – Male Athlete, Joshua Rathbun – Special...

 

Appreciation BBQ

Michael Smith and Dennis Johnson play putt-putt golf as part of the fun during the Wyomoing Pioneer...

 

New mural in the works in downtown Thermopolis

Artists Autumn Hnilicka and Aiyana Perez of Sage Brushes from Lander are painting a large mural on...

 

Chamber board discusses upcoming Moonlight Madness

At the September Thermopolis-Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce board meeting, during old business CEO Meri Ann Dorman reported that for the August 12...

 

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