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Articles from the November 22, 2018 edition

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 By Mark Dykes    News    November 22, 2018

Police department culling deer

The number of deer seen in town will start to decrease as the Thermopolis Police Department begins...

 

Dancing with the dinos

More than 50 people had the chance to "Walk the Dinosaur" last Saturday during the Wyoming Dinosaur...

 

Kindergartners give cooking advice

Ralph Witters Elementary kindergarten students have provided some creative ideas for preparing your Thanksgiving turkey. You stuff them. Teagan You...

 

Christmas activities begin this weekend

With the Thanksgiving season coming to a close, thoughts begin to turn — if they haven’s already...

 

On the Record for Nov. 22

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

 

Whoops!

A truck driver out of Colorado lost a portion of his load of hay as he was driving through Wind...

 

Cercy trial wrapping up

Earlier this week the defense rested in the trial of Tony Cercy, which was moved to Thermopolis from Natrona County. Cercy is being tried in Hot...

 

Christmas tree festival planned

There will be plenty of holiday greenery with the 18th annual Christmas Tree and Wreath Festival,... Full story

 

PTO sponsors auction

The Ralph Witters Elementary Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) is currently working with local...

 

Over $3,000 raised at Chair-ity Auction

Thermopolis Middle School was certainly abuzz last Saturday, with the gymnasium home to several...

 

FFA members attend FIRE conference

Members of Hot Springs County FFA braved the weekend weather to travel to Buffalo for the annual FIRE/CPC conference. Geared toward younger members...

 

Give thanks this week

The annual celebration of the turkey is upon us and hopefully this week finds you with friends and family, whether it’s at home or on the road, to...

 

Finally grown up

Yes, I am one of those weird people that already has all my Christmas shopping done. Well, with the...

 

When the snow arrives

The National Weather Service has predicted slightly warmer temperatures through February this winter...

 

School board members recognized

The Hot Springs County School District’s Board of Trustees and Board Members were recognized during the annual 2018 Wyoming School Boards...

 

Christmas school concerts planned

One of the best ways to get into the Holiday Season is to listen to a little Christmas music, and Hot Springs County schools have you covered....

 

Craft bazaar Saturday

The annual Holiday Craft Bazaar will be 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 24 at the Days Inn. The event has grown in popularity and number of...

 

Pennoyer honored by weed and pest

Hot Springs County rancher, Arnold Pennoyer has had a well deserved year of recognition, his latest...

 

H.O.P.E. Agency found to be in compliance

The Wyoming Division of Victim Services (DVS) congratulates H.O.P.E. Agency for successfully completing their recent on-site compliance visit. The...

 

TMS girls working hard, performing well

The middle school girls basketball teams have been super busy these past two weeks leading up to the...

 

Bobcats named All-State, Conference

Seniors Jon Harvey and Chandler Maddock, and sophomore Logan Cole have been selected by the Wyoming Coaches Association as All-State and... Full story

 

Lady Bobcat basketball preview

Hot Springs County High School’s Lady Bobcat basketball team is getting ready to hit the boards...

 

Register for wrestling club

The Thermopolis Wrestling Club is currently accepting registrations, with the next date to get yours turned in being Monday, Nov. 26 from 6-7 p.m....

 

Dancers to perform The Nutcracker

Hot Springs Dance LLC will present The Nutcracker on Friday, Dec. 7 at 6 p.m. in the Hot Springs County High School auditorium. Tess Williams stated,...

 

Celebration of Creches

The true meaning of Christmas isn’t the beautifully wrapped presents under the tree, but rather the baby Jesus lying in the manger. On Dec. 1 and...

 

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