Wind: 21 mph
Predicted spring inflow to Buffalo Bill Reservoir is expected to be a little light and the Shoshone Irrigation District is easing off on projects due to less revenue.
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Panthers top rest of 3A field, sustain injuries to top wrestlers
For the second straight season, the Powell High School wrestling team was the runner-up at the Ron Thon Memorial Wrestling Tournament in Riverton.
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Different types of fires were the No. 1 reason Powell firefighters answered the call last year, but plenty of false fire alarms kept them scrambling too.
Wilkerson, Rogers qualify as Panthers head to 3A West meet in Pinedale
The Powell High School boys swim team outdid itself during a busy stretch of three meets in five days last week.
County commissioners are trying to figure out who can use the Park County Fairgrounds for free and who has to pay.
Over their past two meetings, commissioners waived $2,830 worth of rental fees for nine upcoming events at the fairgrounds’ new exhibit hall.
Grizzly bear relocation program moves problematic bears away from populated areas
Of the 45 grizzly bears captured and relocated in Northwest Wyoming last year, most were in Park County.
A 24-year-old Powell man is alleged to have had a months-long sexual relationship with a 16-year-old girl he reportedly met during his then-job with the Cody school district.
A hula hoop competition last week brought lots of smiles and laughter as youngsters and college students tried to keep their hoops looping around their waists while performing other tasks.
Rallying from a first-half deficit — and a lopsided loss the night before — the Lady Panthers basketball team came back in Cody to keep a perfect record in conference play.
Penha, Henderson upset ranked opponents, Apodaca Award bestowed upon Escobedo
The Northwest College wrestling team lost the wars, but won key battles along the way.
The Northwest College women’s basketball team faced no easy task when trying to snap a three-game losing streak last week.
The Northwest College men’s basketball team put itself in position to beat the top two teams in the Region IX North before late-game letdowns led to a pair of double-digit losses.
The familiar sound of fire sirens may stop — at least late at night — as the Powell Volunteer Fire Department reconsiders when it should sound the fire whistle.
The decisions made in Cheyenne over the next four weeks will have an impact locally and statewide over the next two years and beyond.
Just because today (Tuesday) is Groundhog Day doesn’t mean we have to repeat the same thing over and over again, nor does it mean we need to be scared of our own shadow.
Thumbs up to the Powell Valley Recycling board and employees for working together to keep the center open during challenging times.
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