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Willson land use change considered

The Hot Springs County Land Use Planning Commission heard a request for a land use change from...

 

Can't even whistle

Kindergarten and Kinder Boost students at Ralph Witters Elementary emphatically sing about wanting...

 

A look back at the year in Hot Springs County

January Jan. 4 - There were some changes in leadership during the Hot Springs County Commissioners...

 
 By Mark Dykes    News    December 27, 2018

Hospital board approves ambulance increase

At their Dec. 18 meeting, the Hot Springs County Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees approved an...

 

On the Record for Dec. 28

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

 

Sheriff Claus

As is tradition, Hot Springs County Sheriff Lou Falgoust stopped by Ralph Witters Elementary last...

 

Giggles and grins

Santa was on hand Saturday at Mack's Market to greet all the good little boys and girls (and...

 

Ciz, Deromedi named Champions for Children

Hot Springs County School District #1 has announced two of the four Champions for Children this year, Nichole Ciz and Brandon Deromedi. Each year the...

 

First Day Hike planned at HSSP

Hot Springs State Park will be hosting a “First Day Hike” on Tuesday, January 1 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. The hike will begin at the Kiwanis shelter in...

 

Noon Year celebration Dec. 31

The Thermopolis Senior Citizen’s Center will be ringing in the “Noon Year” on Monday, December 31. Come join them for their celebration...

 

LIEAP available to help with winter heating bills

The nights are getting colder and some folks may need a little help paying their heating bills through the winter. The Low Income Energy Assistance...

 

Engines presentation planned at HSC Historical Society meeting

The next meeting of the Hot Springs County Historical Society will be on Saturday, Jan. 12 at 2 p.m. at the Hot Springs County Museum. The program...

 

Ducks Unlimited winter retreat planned for January

The Wyoming Chapter of Ducks Unlimited will be holding their Annual Winter Retreat in Thermopolis on Saturday, Jan. 12. The dinner will be held at...

 

Looking forward to 2019

In a few short days we will be faced with a book filled with blank pages – 2019. Each new year is our chance to leave behind the previous year and...

 

Angels stop to help

This past week we had one of those experiences that renewed my faith in those around me. We were driving through the canyon just after sunset. I hit...

 

Taking a bit of time

It’s strange to think that we’re nearly into 2019 already. When I was in school, it seemed like...

 

Ring the bells

There was plenty of enthusiasm for the Pre-K Academy's Christmas program featuring the...

 

Some tips for keeping those resolutions

It’s less than a week before we flip the calendars and try to remember the correct year to put on our checks. The New Year holiday is one where...

 

Ronald C. Simmons

Ronald C. Simmons, 55, of Cozad passed away December 17, 2018, at the Cozad Community Hospital. Ron... Full story

 

Mary Thomas

Mary Thomas, 87, died December 22, 2018, at HSCMH. Graveside services will be Thursday, Dec. 27 at 2 p.m. at Monument Hill Cemetery. A celebration of... Full story

 

Freshman boys top Lander

The freshmen boys basketball team came home with a 47-37 victory after facing Lander on Tuesday, Dec. 18. Coach Dean Despain stated, “Tuesday’s ga... Full story

 

Register for wrestling club

The Thermopolis Wrestling Club is getting geared up for its 2019 season, and as of last Friday there are about 30 kids registered. Thrisha Myers...

 

Out of reach

Freshman Kamry Bowman keeps the ball just out of reach as the freshman Lady Bobcats beat Lander on...

 

Reports of busy shopping season

From the sounds of things, the Christmas shopping season and the year, overall, has been pretty good...

 

Champion takedown

Roedy Farrell came out the middle school champion at 135 lbs. on Saturday during the WAMA State...

 

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