Vital Statistics

• None reported.

• None reported.


• May 20: License issued to Klint Dalton Malkovich and Jackie Ann Strauch.
May 21: License issued to Tyrell Chance Laplante and Melanie Margeret Bemis.

• None reported.

May 20: 1:25 p.m., North Road 11, 67-year-old male with trouble breathing.
• 3:39 p.m., Goedde Drive, 62-year-old female activated alarm.

• None reported.

• May 20: 1:55 p.m., traffic stop on U.S. Highway 16.
2:09 p.m., traffic stop on U.S. 16. Citation issued.
2:32 p.m., assist motorist on US 16.

Worland temperatures: High 67. Low 47.
Saturday: Early showers then scattered thunderstorms later in the day. High 63. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 50 percent.
Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy becoming partly cloudy later. Low 45. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 20 percent.
Sunday: A mix of clouds and sunshine in the morning with cloudy skies following. High 65. Winds NNW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 10 percent.

Sunset tonight: 8:39 p.m.
Sunrise tomorrow: 5:38 a.m.

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DAILY NEWS/Christine Weber
Don’t adjust your spectacles there are five sets of twins enrolled at West Side Elementary School. Beginning from youngest to the oldest starting in front are twins: Max and Mark Matamoros; Matthew and Shooter Vigil; Locoda and Abrianna Mondragon; Isaira and Sarai Matamoros (cousins to Max and Mark); and Matthew and Aidan Wantulok.

Seeing double

West Side Elementary enjoyed five sets of twins this year

By Christine Weber
Lifestyles Editor

WORLAND — If you happen to see double when walking the halls of West Side Elementary School, there’s no need to adjust your spectacles. Yes, there are several sets of twins enrolled — five to be exact with a sixth set to begin the fall semester.
“I don’t think we have ever had so many twins enrolled at West Side,” said Joe Bishop, school principal, “and I’ve been here since 2000.”
Introductions included: Marcus and Maximus Matamoros, kindergarten; Matthew and Shooter Vigil, second grade; Lacoda and Abrianna Mondragon, third grade; Sarai and Isaria Matamoros, fourth grade; and Aidan and Matthew Wantulok, fourth grade.
“The Mondragon girls are mirror twins,” said Melissa Hefenieder school secretary.
“I leave it up to the parents if they want their twins to be in the same class or separate for personality development,” Bishop said. “I thinks it’s important for us to help them.”

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Worland man bound over on manslaughter charge
Judge tells defendant ‘trust the system’

By Zach Spadt
Staff Writer

WORLAND — A Worland man was bound over to district court on a manslaughter charge after a hearing in circuit court Thursday.
Anthony Haire, 31, of Worland, appeared before a packed courtroom Thursday morning in Washakie County Circuit Court. After a two-hour hearing, Judge Thomas Harrington ruled that enough evidence exists to bind Haire’s case to district court.
Haire is charged with manslaughter in connection with an April 13 shooting that left Jamye Don SoRelle, 58, also of Worland, dead. If convicted, Haire faces up to 20 years in prison, a fine of $10,000 or both.
Before sending the case to district court, Harrington called the incident an unspeakable tragedy.
“It happened in a matter of seconds. I know that Mr. SoRelle’s family is wounded as is Mr. Haire and his family,” Harrington said.
Harrington added that the process is now up to the court system.
“Everybody needs to understand the process needs to work its way though. A jury of Washakie County citizens will determine the facts,” Harrington said, calling the process “pure democracy.”

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