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The 2020-2021 Worland Warrior Wrestling team will face a schedule that few would consider fair. Don’t tell that to Warrior Head Wrestling Coach Josh Garcia. “Our schedule is super intense the way we set it up we’re going to see a lot of 4A schools.” Coach Garcia would go on to say. “We went out…

The 2020-21 Worland Warrior Basketball team have pieces to their puzzle that are set to fit. “Make sure the talent fits together, finding the five guys that skills correlate with each other.” was Head Warrior basketball coach Aaron Abel’s response. Before the look at the current team let’s take a glance at the 2019-20 team…

The Worland Lady Warriors basketball team started practice last Monday. Going into the new season graduating one Senior in Kait Wassum the Lady Warriors are excited to get the season going. “We got a good group of kids coming back and are excited for the future,” said head girls basketball coach Ben Hofmann. “We got…

Worland city council member, Delayne Renner Newton resigned from her Ward 1 post in October and the search for her replacement is underway. Mayor Jim Gill is currently accepting submissions until December 18th and will fill the vacancy by January 5th, 2021. The Mayor’s Office recommended that interested parties provide a letter of interest addressed…

The 2020 Wyoming 3A Football season has concluded. Seven Warriors made the All-Conference team. Quarterback Rudy Sanford. Wide Receiver Brock Douzenis. Linebackers Aaron Carver and Taylor Pierce and Defensive Back Jorey Anderson. Offensive Linemen Josh Rose and Tucker Sullivan made the Honorable Mention list for the Wyoming 3A East Conference. Rudy Sanford finished the season…

Washakie County Commissioners held a special meeting at 10am on Monday, November 23rd to discuss personnel and concluded with the unanimous vote to remove Dr. Edward Zimmerman as the County Health Officer. When asked about this decision Commissioner Frandson said, “Without going into details, Dr. Zimmerman has been removed as Washakie County’s Health Officer. Dr.…

Additional taxes will almost certainly be necessary for Wyoming to right its fiscal ship, a Republican state lawmaker is acknowledging, even after state agencies have cut their budgets a staggering 20% this year. “I’m going give credit to Governor Gordon and his cabinet-level agency team because they imposed those cuts. They did it in a…

The Lady Warrior Volleyball team’s season came to an end in the last game of the season, the Wyoming 3A State Championship game. The road to get there was a tough as it comes. The first match of the State Tournament would be the defending State Champion Rawlins Lady Outlaws. Worland would avenge their loss…

The Grower owned Wyoming Sugar faced an up hill battle that would end in a banner year. Speaking with the President and CEO of Wyoming Sugar Mike Greear on this season crops, and it’s challenges he said, “Wyoming sugar, it’s growers, it’s employees and everybody that chipped in for the harvest should be proud.” Greear…

The Worland Lady Warrior Swim Team returns from the State swim meet with hardware. Seniors Kylie Warren, Annalisa Newell, Ella Stanek, and Freshman Elena Gunderson would finish 6th at the State meet in the 200 meter medley relay. The State meet was held at Laramie High School Friday November 6th and Saturday November 7th. The…


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