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Articles from the September 26, 2019 edition

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 By Mark Dykes    News    September 26, 2019

Hospital board updated on expansion

During the meeting of the Hot Springs County Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees, Chief of Staff Dr....

 

Bobcats dominate homecoming

Cade McLean breaks up a Moorcroft pass play during the Bobcats' homecoming match last Friday. The...

 

Lights On program a success

Hot Springs County School District’s Board of Trustees met on Tuesday night and heard all of the...

 
 By Mark Dykes    News    September 26, 2019

Visitor guide collaboration approved

During the September meeting of Hot Springs Travel and Tourism, the board approved a motion to work...

 

Golfers back to back state champs

The Bobcat golf team was welcomed home by family, friends and the fire department Saturday night as... Full story

 

On the Record for Sept. 26

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

 
 By Mark Dykes    News    September 26, 2019

Roll over

Law enforcement, firefighters and EMTs respond to a one-vehicle rollover, Saturday evening north of...

 

Music and memories

Silvertip String Ban members Keith O'Brien, Harodl Hutson, Josiah Nelson, John Brooks, Michael...

 

People for People planning fundraiser, tour

A pair of events are coming up that will benefit two programs in town, the People for People program and the school Backpack Program. Coming up first...

 

Ralph Witters Elementary PTO elects officers

The Ralph Witters Elementary Parent Teacher Organization conducted its first meeting of the 2019-20 school year on Sept. 5, during which officers...

 

Working together

On the front page of this edition, you might notice we toot our own horn a bit, as we’re partnering with Hot Springs Travel and Tourism to...

 

Special thanks mystery woman

On Sept. 13 my son was t-boned on Broadway by an out of state driver that just didn’t understand the intersection. My son was hit in the driver’s...

 

Things will slow down

I think one of the biggest lies we tell ourselves as adults is, “after this week things will slow...

 

Ruth Clare Yonkee Johnson

Longtime resident and businesswoman, Ruth Clare Yonkee Johnson, 97, peacefully passed away Sunday,... Full story

 

Richard Loren 'Dick' Basse

Richard Loren "Dick" Basse, 91, passed away at the home of his son Richard Jr. in Eagle, Idaho, on... Full story

 

Ferret Day Saturday in Meeteetse

Come to Meeteetse for Ferret Day on Saturday, September 28. Ferret Day is an annual celebration of the endangered black-footed ferrets’ rediscovery...

 

Pageant participants

Donna Nicole Searle, left, and Alayna Scheel visit with judges at the Little Miss Hot Springs...

 

Bobcats get aggressive

It was a big win for the Bobcats Friday night, winning their Homecoming match against the Moorcroft...

 

Lady Cats 'played their hearts out'

The Lady Bobcat volleyball team headed to Newcastle last week and according to coach Shannon Hill,...

 

Leaders emerge in adult volleyball

Two teams are claiming the top 6-0 undefeated spots in the Hot Springs County Recreation...

 

Cross country hosts home meet

The Thermopolis cross country team had a strong showing at their Bobcat Invite last Saturday, with M... Full story

 

TMS gets win against Worland

Thermopolis Middle School Football came home with a 34-14 win against Worland on Thursday, Sept....

 

Bike race planned in state park

The Hot City Outdoor Alliance will be sponsoring a Criterium Bike Race in the buffalo pasture on Saturday, October 12. The race is a 1.63 mile,...

 

National Public Lands Day celebration

By now you may have heard a new hiking trail is going in Hot Springs State Park that will make its way up T-Hill. Saturday, September 28 is National...

 

Historical Society programs begin

The Hot Springs County Historical Society will present its first program of the 2019-20 season on Saturday, Oct. 12, starting at 2 p.m. at the Hot...

 

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