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Shellabration Celebrates Cyclists

The annual PEAKS to Conga bike ride was a success this year with a record number of riders, 152. In its 11th year, the fundraiser and outdoor event brought people together from the mountain west region for a day of fun, music, and food – all for a good cause.
SHELL, WY
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Warrior Stance with Worland All-State Quarterback Kade Weber

Warrior Stance with Chance talked with Worland All-State Quarterback Kade Weber about the offseason before his Senior year. We talk about his experience at Black Hills State football camp in South Dakota and the moment Black Hills offered him a Football Scholarship. Kade discusses how the opportunity to attend the...
WORLAND, WY
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Claude Ron Gibler

Claude Ronald "Ron" Gibler, age 89, passed away on June 23, 2022. Ron was born in Davis City, Iowa to parents Shelby Craig Gibler and Macyl Ellen (Miller) Gibler. He is survived by his dedicated wife of 67 years Betty; his children Patti Tai, Pam Gibler (Robin), Lisa Ganaja (Scott) and Brian Gibler (Lisa); his grandchildren Kirsten Ganaja-Boyd, Jeremy Tai, Ava Gibler, Megan Tai and Cosette Gibler; his brother John Gibler (Dorothy) of Basin, Wyo.; and ex daughter-in-law Sue Gibler.
BASIN, WY
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Amber Lynn Camfield Jones

Graveside services will be held for Amber Lynn Camfield Jones, beloved wife of CJ Bigler Jones. Amber’s ashes will be buried on July 8, 2022, in CJ’s burial plot at the Otto Cemetery in Otto, Wyo., at 10 a.m. She returned to our Heavenly Father on Nov. 7,...
OTTO, WY
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Running on empty: Sustaining rural ambulance services is becoming increasingly difficult

POWELL — Crisscrossing the open spaces between Cody, Powell, Lovell, Basin, Greybull, Worland — and everything in between — are miles of highways. To get to anything — whether it’s shopping, schools, work or a doctor’s appointment — people have to drive a long way. Drivers spend a lot of time on the road with a greater risk for accidents. Not surprisingly, the Cowboy State ranks highest in the nation for traffic fatalities per capita.
POWELL, WY
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