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Cold snap brings record lows

Although Thermopolis was not included in a recent release by the National Weather Service of recent record breaking low temperatures, residents still...

 

Nominations sought for chamber honors

At February Chamber of Commerce meeting on February 11, executive director Meri Ann Rush said that their city/county maps participation will be...

 

FFA Agriscience contest winners

The Thermopolis FFA Chapter held their local Agriscience Fair earlier this month. The State...

 

Jenks named firefigher of the year

The Thermopolis Fire Department held their annual awards banquet on Saturday, Feb. 13. Lieutenant London Jenks was named Firefighter of the Year...

 

About people

University of Wyoming 2020 fall semester honor rolls have been announced. President’s Honor Roll: Amanda D. Chism, Chloe Renae Crosby, Kaylee...

 

Senate committee advances bill removing certain public notices requirements

by Tom Coulter Wyoming Tribune Eagle Via Wyoming News Exchange CHEYENNE – A Senate committee advanced a bill that would remove some of the public...

 

Insurance Marketplace offers new open enrollment period

CHEYENNE – Enroll Wyoming navigators will be available to help Wyoming residents sign up for insurance on the federal Health Insurance Marketplace d...

 

Statewide mask order stays in place

Governor Mark Gordon announced he was easing of some of the state’s public health orders but extended the statewide mask mandate. On Monday, Feb....

 

COVID-19 vaccine demand can lead to fraud

The Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) is warning residents to be on alert for suspicious, potentially fraudulent activity as efforts to help prevent...

 

Town council discusses cost of dumpsters

At the February 2 Thermopolis Town council meeting, the council voted to approve a bar and grill liquor license for the new Mexican restaurant Los Cab...

 

Former resident earns Game & Fish honor

South Jackson Game Warden Kyle Lash has been named the 2020 Shikar-Safari Wildlife Officer of the Year for Wyoming. The award, given annually in...

 

Senior Center plans to reopen this month

Hot Springs County Senior Center’s Trenda Moore said, “We are going to reopen for congregation and activities with access to the dining room on...

 

Wyoming GOP votes to censure Cheney

RAWLINS - The Wyoming Republican Party State Central committee held a regular quarterly meeting in Rawlins February 5th and 6th, 2021. Friday...

 

Learning a trade

The trades classes at Hot Springs County High School are working on a variety of projects designed...

 

Hot Springs County Public Health releases COVID-19 vaccine numbers

Hot Springs County Public Health and Red Rock Family Practice are partnering to offer COVID-19 vaccines to our community. The following are the antici...

 

Roll over

Tuesday evening a semi-truck driver took the turn onto Sixth Street near Park and rolled the truck...

 

Open for business

The new Los Cabos's Mexican restaurant has been met with a packed parking lot and lots of people...

 

Messiah's Mall clothing giveaway

Messiah’s Mall will be holding a clothing giveaway on February 18 and is open to all. The event will be typically the third weekend of each month....

 

Planning for Discovery Days

The Big Horn Basin Nature and Discovery Center Joint Powers Board will host a “Call to Wyoming Artists” for their 2021 Wyoming Discovery Days on...

 

Stockgrowers on notice as drought, dryness hit state

by Angus M. Thuermer Jr.,  WyoFile.com A “flash drought” that hit Wyoming in summer and fall 2020 left more than 95% of the state abnormally dry...

 

Robotics prepares for virtual season

The Thermopolis High School Robotic Team is actively making progress to prepare for their coming...

 

Bobcat Speech first at Jackson

The Bobcat Speech and Debate Team finished in first in the 1A/2A Sweepstakes as a team at the Jackson Hole Teton Invitational Virtual Tournament. It...

 

Legislation proposes oversight of health orders

by Morgan Hughes Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange CASPER — At least four bills that would specifically regulate public health orders...

 

100th day of school

Ralph Witters Elementary students celebrated the 100th day of school with fun glasses and engaging...

 
 By Jurri Schenck    News    February 4, 2021

Hospital reports second round of COVID vaccines

At the January Hot Springs County Memorial Hospital Board meeting, in the growth report, hospital CEO Margie Molitor said they just started their...

 

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