Boucher shines again for streaking Northwest
Chris Boucher doesn’t mind carrying the load for Northwest College.
He also has no problem sharing it.
A bison advocacy group is opposing the killing of up to 900 bison exiting Yellowstone National Park’s northern boundary.
So far, nearly 300 bison have been captured and will be killed.
PHS 6-6 on season; will host pair of contests this weekend
It was a split decision.
The Powell High School boys basketball team opened 3A West play over the weekend with a win over Lovell and a loss to Lander Valley.
Five Panthers take first place
Nate Urbach isn’t ready to hand his Powell High School wrestling team the Class 3A state championship.
Regardless, the Panthers look ready to take it.
Powell education leaders are not fans of legislation moving through the Wyoming Legislature that would allow concealed-carry guns on their campuses as well as in some public meetings.
City leaders declined to comment on the proposed law, Wyoming House Bill 114.
Former Wyoming Sen. Al Simpson supports former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush for president.
“He is an executive,” Simpson said. “He administered a state. He has a remarkably facile mind and would outclass them all in a debate. Some are just lightweights, anyway.”
As a child, Marc Beaudry of Powell had some “really bad experiences” in a hospital, and that created an aversion to hospitals and doctors for him.
Officials unveil wish list to legislators; cash is at the top
County officials from around the Big Horn Basin have given state lawmakers their wish list for the current session.
Wyoming House moves to legalize picking up dead animals
Road-killed wildlife has long been deemed gross and illegal to pick up in Wyoming, but state lawmakers have taken a first step toward removing one of those stigmas.
Caitlin Clancy wasn’t trying to draw a foul, she was just trying to save her team.
She did both.
While the rest of the media chose to criticize the New England Patriots for their most recent NFL scandal, I have a different take on the matter.
Thank you, Bill Belichick — no, really.
Rebounding from a tough overtime loss on Friday night in Lovell, the Powell High School girls basketball team dealt Lander a 22-point defeat on Saturday afternoon.
Thumbs up to Damian Dicks, who is the new chief of the Powell Volunteer Fire Department.
Dicks, a 12-year veteran of the department, had been the assistant chief for three years. At the end of 2014, firefighters elected him chief.
Local legislators are in Cheyenne for the 2015 General Session, participating in a variety of debates, discussions and decisions.
Thumbs up to the state of Wyoming for taking a long look at expanding Medicaid in the state.
Mike Enzi is in a prime position right now.
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