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Pumpkin pickin' time

Hot Springs County Sheriff's Deputy Scott Peters assists Ryder Mayer as he chooses his pumpkin for... Full story

 

Commissioners discuss spending of CARES funds

The Hot Springs County Commissioners found out last week there have been revisions to the federal CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    October 29, 2020

Potential budget cuts to Home Services concern HSC Senior Center director

Hot Springs County Senior Center director Trenda Moore has great concerns about the budget cuts coming to Wyoming Home Services (WyHS), a program...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    October 29, 2020

Town Council approves parades

At the most recent Town Council meeting during citizen participation, Chamber of Commerce Director Meri Ann Rush requested town approval of their...

 
 By Cindy Glasson    News    October 29, 2020

Remember to set your clocks back an hour

In spite of the legislature’s approval and Governor Mark Gordon’s signing the bill, Wyoming...

 

Hiding in the fog

Two buck mule deer were spotted in the fog that engulfed the area on upper Owl Creek last... Full story

 

Wyoming CARES dollars to assist with child care expenses

Wyoming CARES Dollars to Assist with Child Care Expenses The Department of Family Services (DFS) has been allocated $1.5 million in Wyoming CARES...

 

Elf Tree sign ups beginning

The Elf Tree Program is designed to help families in need with a little extra in the way of Christmas gifts to make a special holiday for their...

 

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 o...

 

Pumpkin fun

The Wyoming Pioneer home took multiple trips to Hessenthaler Farm's pumpkin patch. Due to COVID-19...

 

Moonlight Madness, Halloween a go in Thermopolis

Moonlight Madness will be returning to the streets of Thermopolis on Thursday, October 29. The Masons will be serving their tacos for dinner from 4 -...

 

Wait for the results

In an unprecedented year, it’s only natural that we have an unprecedented election. It’s the first in our lifetimes to occur during a global...

 

The Psychology of Smoking Cessation

by Kelly Evans-Hullinger, M.D. As a primary care physician, I commonly encounter patients who smoke cigarettes. Most people, including those who...

 

Leah LaRay Anderson

Leah LaRay Anderson, 69, passed away October 21, 2020, at the Lovell Care Center where she had resid... Full story

 

Maryanne 'Cissy' Sparks Taylor

Maryanne “Cissy” Sparks Taylor, 98, passed away in Albuquerque, N.M. on Saturday, October 24, 2020, following a brief illness.... Full story

 

Planning Brewfest 2021

It is still several months away, but Thermopolis Main Street is already well on their way for planning the 2021 Thermopolis Brewfest for June 5. The o...

 

Family fun

Nadine Mayer holds her son Cabre who just picked a pumpkin for Halloween. Pumpkins were provided by... Full story

 

New owner takes over Mac's Bar

The new owner of Mac’s Bar, David Potter, has announced new hours and updated features. Potter said, “Our hours are better than before. We are...

 

Bobcat cross country gives their all at state

The Bobcat boys and girls Cross Country team had a rough time at their State meet in Douglas last...

 

Lady Cats taking on Douglas at regionals

The Lady Bobcat Volleyball team fell to Buffalo last Friday in their last home contest, 22-25,...

 

Bobcats finish season with big win over Pinedale

The Thermopolis Bobcat Football team finished their season off with a 54-0 win over the Pinedale...

 

Community blood drive set for Monday

The last Community Blood drive for 2002 will be held at the Senior Citizens Center on Monday, November 2 from 2 to 6 p.m. This year has been a very...

 

About people

Joe Doak, a member of the Worland Football Officials Association, has been selected by the Wyoming High School Activities Association to officiate...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    October 29, 2020

Travel and Tourism board hears on how CARES funds are being spent

At the most recent Travel and Tourism board meeting, Jackie Dorothy said in her director’s report that the bulk of her time this past month has...

 

Election 2020

Hot Springs County Clerk Rose DeSeyn, right, and Chief Deputy Clerk Karen Slocum, left, run the...

 

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