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  • Crandall now works for Mead in policy office

    Rich Crandall is no longer the director of the Wyoming Department of Education but he is still a state employee “for a short period of time.” “He is currently working for the Governor through the transition to answer any questions that may arise,” according to an email response from Renny MacKay, Gov. Matt Mead’s communications director.
  • The last line(s) of defense

    The last line(s) of defense

    PHS keeper Wagner grows into team leader under Katz’ guidance   Sean Wagner stands in an empty, echoing Powell High School gym with a wide stance and crossed arms. He isn’t closing himself off, but if he’s naturally guarded, it would make sense. Wagner is the starting goalkeeper for the 4-0 Powell Panthers soccer team.
  • EDITORIAL: Nevada rancher does not deserve praise or support

    If you moved into a vacant home that you didn’t own, and refused to leave it when ordered to do so, you’d be wrong. If you didn’t pay your utility bill because you disagreed with a government policy, you’d be wrong. If you then threatened to shoot a cop who accompanied the utility worker who came to shut off your service, you’d be extremely wrong.
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April 22, 2014 7:48 am

Rich Crandall is no longer the director of the Wyoming Department of Education but he is still a state employee “for a short period of time.”

“He is currently working for the Governor through the transition to answer any questions that may arise,” according to an email response from Renny MacKay, Gov. Matt Mead’s communications director.

April 22, 2014 7:44 am

A water pipeline project north of Powell has been in hot water recently, but the man in charge says things have cooled down.

Park County last week threatened to shut down the potable pipeline project unless the contractor adopted safety measures as mandated by the county.

April 22, 2014 7:41 am

The city of Powell is shifting gears on a hauling contract.

The city will seek bids on hauling its municipal solid waste to a landfill. A legal notice in today’s paper announces that bids will be accepted for the hauling contract until 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 30. City Administrator Zane Logan said the request for bids was on the city website by 9 a.m. Monday.