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Articles from the October 13, 2022 edition

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School board updated on Lucerne property sale

The Hot Springs County School Board’s Sept. 20 meeting saw Business Manager Chauncy Johnson provide an update on the progress of the Lucerne propert...

 

Fire house fun

Andrew Coates and Nash Bowker wait in line while Ayli Moon tests out her firefighting skills while...

 

Update on town water project, pump motor

At the October 4 Thermopolis Town Council meeting, Chamber of Commerce CEO Meri Ann Rush presented a request for the Moonlight Madness event on Octobe...

 

What's this do?

Thermopolis Police Department Sergeant Mike Mascorro shows preschoolers, l to r, Erik Polson, Lucas...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    October 13, 2022

Request for additional soil tests on road project

At the October 4 Hot Springs County Commissioners meeting, Tricia McPhie gave the Public Health / Prevention report and said they have been busy the...

 

Book sale

Gerry Bartlett peers through a wide variety of books for the Friends of the Library book sale and...

 

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...

 

History presentation

Clay Gibbons presents a program called "Asa Mercer and the Banditti of the Plains". The event was...

 

HSH announces de-escalation of masking

Hot Springs Health (HSH) implemented a de-escalation of their Masking Policy effective Thursday, October 6. After thorough discussions and review of...

 

Wyoming Whiskey makes 10Best list

USA Today has announced the winners of their 10Best Craft Whiskey Distilleries and Wyoming Whiskey, located in Kirby, has made the list. Readers were...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    October 13, 2022

Hags-n-Bags Halloween Purse Auction planned

Dust off your brooms and get ready for the Hags-N-Bags Halloween Purse Auction on Saturday, October 22 at the Fair Building. The dinner will be at 6...

 

Thank you to our volunteer firefighters

This week is National Fire Prevention Week. On pages 8 and 9 of this paper you will find a salute to our local Thermopolis Volunteer Fire Department...

 

Important and irreplaceable - grocery cart etiquette

by Jill Pertler, part 2 of 2 Last week, I touched on the importance of choosing the best and most functional grocery cart. I attempted to use wise...

 

Tina Elise McCleery

Tina Elise McCleery 49, of Roswell, N.M., went to meet Jesus at heaven's gate on Monday, Oct 3,... Full story

 

Big Horn Enterprises provider in Powell named state's best

By Zac Taylor Tribune editor Patty Paulsen has always worked in health care, working as a CNA in a nursing home and in home health care. But as soon...

 

About people

Hot Springs Health employees Lindsay Simpson, Marta Scott, Rebecca Cornell, Debra Ackerman certificated in and Jennifer Ogle auditing the course...

 

Cheering on the Bobcats

Cheerleaders Kori Linton, Delayni Custer, Lainie Boren, Margo Keller, Kaylee Bazzle, Kendall...

 

Lady Cats compete in Lander at conference duals

The Lady Cats traveled to Lander for their conference duals. Teams included were Mountain View, Lyman, Pinedale and Lander. Coach Hill said, “Our...

 

Cross country teams compete in Powell

The Bobcat cross country teams ran in Powell at the golf course last Friday. For the varsity boys, Jadeth Elder finished with a time of 18:47.10...

 

Bobcats fall to the Eagles

The Varsity Football team headed to Lyman last Friday to take on the Eagles. The Bobcats fought hard but came up short, losing 58-25. “The Bobcats...

 

Putt Putt for Polio

Kyson Dorman leaps for joy as he putts a golf ball into its hole. The young man, along with his...

 

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