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Research suggests millions of years ago, migrating dinosaurs traveled to Wyoming on a full stomach of stones from hundreds of miles away. Research conducted by scientists at the University of Texas discovered new information on the life and times of  Jurassic dinosaurs in Wyoming. But the discovery didn’t come from dinosaur bones – it came…

The Worland Warriors were able to finish what they started this season. After a season of unknowns, teams having to postpone, reschedule, and outright cancel games. A season that required mask on fans and unfilled gyms. The Warriors got to prove to the State of Wyoming they were the best. A chance to “Leave No…

The Worland Lady Warriors went into the Wyoming 3A State Basketball Championships in Casper as the number 3 seed out of the West Region. Worland would first face the number 2 seed from the East Region in the Torrington Lady Trailblazers at Casper College for the opening game of the State Tournament. The Lady Warriors…

The spring sports season is upon us, after a year without them. First practices were Monday on a beautiful afternoon in Washakie County. Boys Soccer and Coach Ron Overcast are back and ready. Numbers were good and incoming Freshman will compete even after not getting their last season in Middle School. The first game will…

A Byron-based food processing plant is seeking community support as they attempt to salvage their organization out of the ashes of an immense fire. Little Acres Farms, just outside of Byron, is a family-owned food processor and delivery service. Started by the Bates Family, the farm operated as a community co-op for framers and locals.…

The Worland Warriors finished the 2020-21 regular season with a record of  14-3 overall and 5-1 in the Northwest Quad. The losses to Rawlins, Buffalo, and Powell all came in a stretch of five games from February 5th to February 13th. The Warriors haven’t lost since. Wyoming’s 3A number one ranked team went into the…

The Lady Warriors insure a spot in the Wyoming 3A  Girls Basketball State Championship Tournament. Worland started post season with a  13-4 record having won six in a row that included a 36-34 win over a Wyoming top ranked team in the Lander Valley Lady Tigers. Worland would first take on a Lovell team that…

With Covid restrictions being lifted to seat 500 spectators it made for a playoff type atmosphere. In the annual “Play for Hope” game which the Warriors and Lady Warriors wear pink. Lander would come into Warrior Gymnasium to even the series between these two ranked teams. With Powell, Lander, Lovell, and Worland all in the…

The Lady Warrior “Playing For Hope” game would be played in front of the largest crowd of the season. Covid restrictions were partially lifted and 500 spectators would be able to attend. Worland last lost on January 28th in Lander. It would be their largest loss, and least amount of  points scored in a game.…

As the Worland Warrior Boys Swimming and Diving team heads to the Wyoming 3A State Swimming Meet in Laramie. Preliminaries are Friday and the Finals on Saturday. We talked with two of the Swimmers and one of the Divers. Also had a conversation with Head Boys Swimming and Diving Coach Justin Howe. The boys talked…


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