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Weekend rain could cause issues in Crandall, North and South forks
The National Weather Service is predicting significant rain across the Absaroka Mountains this weekend. Officials say that could cause …
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Powell game warden shot grizzly in self-defense, prosecutor says
An off-duty game warden was “absolutely” acting in self-defense when he killed a charging grizzly in the Sunlight area …
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NWC board authorizes raises
Employees at Northwest College got some good news when the college’s Board of Trustees met Monday afternoon. The board …
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Cody Labs expansion indefinitely postponed
Plans to substantially expand Cody Laboratories — in part with the help of a state loan — have been put on hold and the …
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Powell chamber seeing more visitors
As the summer season kicks off, travelers from all over the world are making their way to and through Powell to reach Yellowstone …
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Local Sports
Lovell blanks Pioneers 7-0
For much of the 2018 season, the Powell Pioneers’ woes have come in games that are close early, but unravel late, usually due to …
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Powell hosts Wyoming State Match Play this week
Powell will play host to some of the best golfers in the state this week, as the 2018 Wyoming State Match Play tees off Thursday at …
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Late-inning surge dooms Pioneers
Despite a solid six innings on the mound by starting pitcher Colin Queen, the Powell Pioneers baseball team once again found …
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Powell High School honors student-athletes
It was a memorable year for Powell High School athletics, as students were recognized for their accomplishments both in competition …
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Powell Pioneers swept by Cody
On the heels of a pair of tough losses to the Billings Blue Jays Saturday, the Powell Pioneers baseball team were swept by the Cody …
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Elementary students complete marathons by end of school year
No matter the day — in sunny September or dreary December — hundreds of elementary school students in Powell faithfully …
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Outdoors
Wyoming Game and Fish mulls alternative sources of funding

Nearly 85 percent of the department’s revenue hinges on how many hunters and anglers purchase licenses and how much guns, ammo, boats or other equipment they buy. If you include grants from hunter and angler groups, the department relies on more …

Yellowstone leader wary of proposed ‘conservation fee’ “I’ve read it a few times,” Wenk said. “I just don’t know what it means yet. I have no idea what they’re hoping to achieve.” State lawmakers have said the measure seeks to start a conversation with the Department of Interior; since …
Wyoming grizzly hunt to target conflict areas The department is proposing a limit of 24 grizzlies, with up to 12 (10 males and two females) allowed to be taken in six hunt areas bordering Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks and an additional 12 in two areas away from the parks. The …
Obituaries
Kade Henry Englert Kade Henry Englert was born in Powell, Wyoming, to Tray and Holly Englert on July 16, 1995. He passed away on Monday, June 11, 2018, at Powell Valley Hospital, at the age of 22. Kade was the only …
Marilyn Norton Haskell Marilyn Norton Haskell, 86, returned to her heavenly home on June 8, 2018, after a battle with cancer. She was born along with her twin sister Marion on March 12, 1932, in Magrath, Alberta, …
Betty Christine Ostby Betty Christine Ostby, 90, of Cody, passed away at the Spirit Mountain Hospice House on June 7, 2018. Funeral services will be at Trinity Lutheran Church on Thursday, June 14, 2018 at 11 a.m. …
Martha Ruth Knutson Martha Ruth Knutson, 74, of Cody, died at West Park Hospital on June 3, 2018. Funeral services will be at Ballard Funeral Home in Cody on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 11 a.m.
Donna Marie Monroe Donna Marie Monroe, age 82, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on May 29, 2018. 
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