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Articles from the November 24, 2016 edition

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Record number of new voter registrations

Now that the dust has settled with election season, Hot Springs County Clerk Nina Webber is able to...

 

Tree sale raises money for backpack food program

The Tree Lot Sale Saturday at Thermopolis Middle School featured 20 trees, a variety of wreaths and... Full story

 
 By Mark Dykes    News    November 24, 2016

Physician residency discussed

Tuesday, Nov. 15, the Hot Springs County Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees met. Among the items fo...

 

Early morning crash

A Hot Springs County High School senior was involved in a single car rollover on Missouri Flat Road...

 

On the Record Nov. 24

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

 

Close call

Bronco Lone Bear was extremely lucky Monday night when he missed the corner turning onto the...

 

People for People provide food to those in need

People for People is a small group of volunteers that provide free meals every Sunday for those in n...

 
 By Mark Dykes    News    November 24, 2016

Roadrunner opens at new location

Music, people, bargains and food helped fill Roadrunner's new home at 184 Highway 20 South during...

 

Deadline approaching for Christmas Baskets

Signups for the 2016 Community Christmas Baskets are going on now at the H.O.P.E. Agency, 426 Big Horn, and The Help Center, Fifth and Arapahoe. The...

 

Can you hear me now?

Aaron Hansen and Ryan Slagle perform a hilarious duet that shows us what can happen when you press...

 

Be prepared for winter weather

Mother Nature reared her ugly head and dropped seven-inches of white stuff across Hot Springs County last week, reminding us that the days of flip...

 

Trump won, get over it

Referencing the recent Rex’s Ramblings column, it’s obvious on which side of the political aisle he stands. It’s obvious that the author still...

 

Dogs are better deterrent to crime than alarms

All the police reports of dogs running loose and barking I wonder if one person is doing much of the complaining. I like to hear dogs barking. They...

 

Caregivers provide a labor of love

November is National Caregiver’s month. I hope we will all take a moment to recognize and thank the ever-growing  group of unsung heroes in Wyoming...

 

Reasons to be thankful

Though it always feels a bit redundant when I say it — especially considering the season we’re...

 

Calendars featuring local photos for sale

The Friends of Hot Springs State Park and Legend Rock have 2017 calendars for sale. Included are seasonal pictures of Hot Springs State Park and...

 

Sign up for Elf Tree by Dec. 9

The Department of Family Services (DFS) is gearing up for this year’s Elf Tree to benefit families who may need a little extra help providing gifts...

 

Pair starts metal business

Once the Holidays are over and the Christmas decorations come down, you may notice some new metal signs going up on the decorative light posts...

 

Get rid of unwanted clothing

Have you done some fall cleaning and find you have a lot of clothing items in your closet that you’re just never going to wear again? All of those...

 

Santa shopping scheduled

If you are you still looking for that unique gift for that special friend or family member, well, look no further than the Last Minute Santa Shopping...

 
 By Mark Dykes    News    November 24, 2016

Mechanics open vehicle repair shop

It was back in June when Rocky Roat and Blain Baldes decided that they wanted to open a shop. That...

 

Book, books and more books!

Friday after school 4-H members Kaycee Stothart and Cody Mayfield help set up books for the Friends...

 
 By Mark Dykes    News    November 24, 2016

Students return from Close-up week in Washington

Last week, Hot Spring County High School seniors and Close-Up students Korey Smith and Caleb DeCroo... Full story

 

Eyeballerz win coed volleyball championship

Team Thermopolis Eyecare Eyeballerz won the Recreation District Coed Volleyball Championship...

 

How to cook a turkey ideas

Hot Springs County School District kindergartners were asked how they would go about cooking a turkey. Enjoy reading their interesting recipes and Hap... Full story

 

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