Articles from the October 19, 2023 edition

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 By Jurri Schenck    News    October 19, 2023

Commissioners discuss four RFIs submitted for old airport property

At the October 3 Hot Springs County Commissioners board meeting held at the Annex, the...

 

Firefighter skill relay

Hot Springs County High School Student Council sponsored a Fire Prevention Week activity for Bobcat...

 

Town council hears reports at brief meeting

At the October 3 Thermopolis Town Council meeting, Chief of Police Pat Cornwell reported that they hired a part-time officer who is from Big Horn Coun...

 

Adopt a Highway

As part of the Wyoming Adopt-A-Highway program, members of the Central Wyoming 4x4 Association...

 

Moonlight Madness hits downtown October 26

Moonlight Madness is returning to the streets of downtown Thermopolis on Thursday, October 26. There are a variety of activities that you and your...

 

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...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    October 19, 2023

Broadway Bakery offers tasty treats

Broadway Bakery has "soft-opened" at their downtown location of 509 Broadway Street. According to ow...

 

Pumpkin give-a-way planned

Hot Springs County Sheriff Jerimie Kraushaar will be hosting is annual pumpkin give-a-way on Friday Oct. 20 from noon-6 p.m. and on Saturday, Oct. 21...

 

Full disclosure

by Lara Love Last week’s print version of the Independent Record included the wrong page 4. My apologies to our loyal readers for the mistake. Last...

 

Response to Garbin's letter to the editor

The October 5th Edition of the Thermopolis Independent Record was full of useful, timely information and should there be a statewide or national award...

 

Living without anger

by Bryan Golden The “benefits” of anger are many. Stress, anxiety, diminished judgment, reduced productivity, poor digestion,...

 

The secret to losing weight

by Andrew Ellsworth, MD People often think they need to lose weight. The hard part, of course, is following through on that desire in a sustained and...

 

Joyce Marie Pitt Fletcher

Joyce Marie Pitt Fletcher passed away on October 10, 2023, at Banner Wyoming Medical Center in... Full story

 

Evangeline Hays

Evangeline "Eve" Hays, 95, a beloved resident of Thermopolis, entered God's kingdom on October 15,... Full story

 

Norman Dane Jenniges

Norman Dane Jenniges, or "Duffy" as he is known to most, was born on June 13, 1946, to Valentine Jen... Full story

 

Honoring first responders

Last Sunday, First Baptist Church held a service recognizing the various first responders in Hot...

 

Four named to cross county All-Conference

Bobcat Cross County attended the 5 Rivers 2A West Conference in Ethete last Friday with the girls team bringing home 2nd place honors and the boys...

 

Lady Cats in action at home Saturday for senior night

by Karissa Nichols If you weren’t in Lovell on Thursday night last week, you missed out on seeing the Lady Cats prove that they have what it takes...

 

Bobcats run into tough opponent in Cokeville

The Thermopolis Bobcats traveled to Cokeville last Friday for a game against the second place Panthers. With an early morning travel schedule, and aft...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    October 19, 2023

Hospital board discusses financials, billing

At the September Hot Springs Health board meeting, CEO Scott Alwin introduced Dominic Symes, EVP of...

 

Rotary to host putt putt fundraiser

On Saturday, Oct. 21, the Thermopolis Rotary Club is hosting a Putt Putt for Polio fundraiser at Dairyland Miniature Golf from. 11 a.m.- 4 p.m....

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    October 19, 2023

Chamber board discusses events

At the October Thermopolis-Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce board meeting, during old business CEO...

 

Art show

Rachel and Joe Moon visited Alisha Schenck’s art show held at the Help Center last Wednesday....

 

Milek dedication

The Hot Springs County Pioneer Association honored the memory of historian and author Dorothy...

 

About People

John Corbin, a former HSCSD teacher, who now teaches social studies at Cody High School, has been named the 2024 Wyoming Teacher of the Year. Corbin,...

 

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