Ten Sleep

An audio version of this news is available here. Prior to the opening of Tuesday’s County Commissioners meeting, newly elected county officials took part in a swearing-in ceremony inside the District Court House. Judge Bobbi Overfield preceded over the swearing-in ceremony. County Commissioners Fred Frandson and Terry Wolf, County Attorney John Worrall, County Treasurer Doris…

Winter is here, but for Worland area residents, that doesn’t mean you have to stay cooped up inside for the entire season. The City of Worland Public Works and Parks Department continues to be hard at work providing some fun outdoor venues for citizens to enjoy. Worland Director of Public Works Brian Burky gave Big…

The Northern Wyoming News reports that the Washakie County Conservation District is picking up Christmas trees this weekend for free, whether you live in city limits or outside city limits this weekend. On Jan. 5 in Worland, within city limits, Christmas trees need to be placed outside in the alley, by the dumpster and free…

  With Wyoming flu activity reports starting to pick up, the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) is reminding residents how to help avoid becoming ill with influenza or spreading the virus. Reggie McClinton, epidemiologist with WDH, said while overall flu activity is low, he is seeing reports indicate noticeable increases in the state’s northeastern and…

Northwest Wyoming is known for its great hunting and fishing. And now Northwest College is hoping to add a new program that would help students find a career that gets them out in the wild – as a game warden. Wendy Corr at our KODI News Desk has the story. The Powell Tribune reports that…

  Guardian Flight and the AirMedCare Network Membership program are hosting three question and answer Town Hall Sessions for Washakie County residents. The sessions are available for anyone who wishes to talk one-on-one with a network representative or have questions about the program answered. All meetings are from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The first…

  The Northern Wyoming Daily News reports that the Ten Sleep town council voted to approve a building request from the Ten Sleep School for a new, five-thousand square foot Vocational and Agricultural building. The school will build on property already owned by the district on West Fir Street. The building, expected to begin construction…

At yesterday’s Washakie County Commissioners meeting, the commission conducted normal business, with department reports from Road and Bridge, Building Maintenance, Homeland Security and others. Road and Bridge will be losing Stuart Bower as he is stepping away from the position. A process to name a new Road and Bridge Supervisor will begin soon, but no…

Tomorrow is voting day across the nation and locally across Washakie County and the City of Worland. Two ballot propositions will be presented to citizens of Washakie County. Both of the proposals concern taxes, the first is the Washakie County One Cent Sales Tax. The second measure up for vote is the four percent lodging…

The University of Wyoming’s “The World Needs More Cowboys” marketing campaign has only just begun. The Laramie Boomerang reports the university has spent just 20 percent of the $750,000 it plans to expend on the campaign by February, when the main recruiting efforts for the 2019-2020 academic year will end. As of last week, when…


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