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Articles from the December 5, 2019 edition

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EDC makes critical future plans

 The EDC is hibernating. No, it is not going out of business. It is not dissolving. the Economic Development Company is not bankrupt or completely o... Full story

 

Cold camping

People for People held a fundraiser to raise money to purchase food for less fortunate members of...

 
 By Lara Love    News    December 5, 2019

Aethon permit process moves along

Aethon Energy is proposing to expand to more than 4,000 wells at the Moneta Divide field between... Full story

 
 By Cindy Glasson    News    December 5, 2019

New senior center emergency plan

Emergency Management Coordinator Bill Gordon has been working with the Hot Springs County Senior...

 

Jenks honored

Hot Springs County High School science teacher, robotics guru and student council advisor, London Jenks, was recently awarded the Jeannie Tinnin...

 

Gathering together

The dining room at Thermopolis Rehabilitation and Wellness was packed with residents and family...

 

On the record

On the Record policy It is the Thermopolis Independent Record's policy that all people arrested or...

 

Remember to keep your sidewalks free of snow

Thermopolis Police Chief Julie Mathews wants to remind property owners of the town codes regarding maintaining and removing snow from public...

 

Snow be gone

Thermopolis may not have gotten as much snow as some other areas around the state, but residents...

 

Locally roasted coffee makes list of top 30 coffees of 2019

Rwanda Nyarusiza Station, roasted locally at Jackrabbit Java, was selected as the No. 29 coffee on Coffee Review’s list of the Top 30 Coffees of 201... Full story

 

Creches on display for the weekend

The birth of Jesus is celebrated around the world and what better way to enhance that world view than by a Celebration of Creches. The Community...

 

Library to host Noah's Ark workshop

The Hot Springs County Library is hosting a special event for kids age three through 10 on Friday, December 20. Noah’s Ark Winter Wonderland Animal...

 

Pearl Harbor Day

“A day which will live in infamy.” – Franklin Delano Roosevelt December 7, 1941, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor near Honolulu, Hawaii,...

 

Letters to the editor

Council didn’t let people decide The Thermopolis Town Council did not say “no to chickens,” they said no to letting the people decide. Two town...

 
 By Cindy Glasson    News    December 5, 2019

Student intervention team at RWE discusses changes

The way the Student Intervention Team (SIT) works at Ralph Witters Elementary has changed a bit and... Full story

 

Christmas concerts on tap

Hot Springs County residents will have plenty of opportunities to get into the Christmas spirit during December with all of the concerts planned...

 

Gifts galore

A variety of gifts and merchandise from several vendors was available at the Holiday Craft Bazaar...

 

Adult volleyball champions

Team Owl Creek was crowned Hot Springs County Recreation District Adult Volleyball Champions after...

 

TMS basketball action

Thermopolis’ Middle School girls basketball teams went into the Thanksgiving break with games against arch rivals, Worland. The eighth grade teams...

 

Two seniors earn full ride scholarships

Two Hot Springs County High School seniors applied to the National College Match program through... Full story

 

Santa in town Saturday

Kids in Thermopolis have a couple opportunities to tell Santa what they are hoping for this Christmas. Santa and Mrs. Claus are scheduled to make a...

 

Cookie and candy sale

Everyone’s sweet tooth will be satiated at the 4th Annual Cookie and Candy Sale presented by the Community Federated Church. Just about any kind of...

 

County Attorney says no charges in police shooting

RIVERTON — Citing citizens’ legal rights to defend their own lives and the lives of others from “immediate peril,” the Fremont County...

 

November river trip

Evie De Felici, Samantha Zupan and Janice Cook took a short kayaking trip through town on the...

 

Keep your home safe this Christmas

Tis the time of year when Clark W. Griswold comes out in all of us. That is, Christmas decorations abound both inside and out. There are, however,... Full story

 

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