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Tessa Baker

Once again, enrollment in Powell’s public schools is on the rise.

From kindergarten through 12th grade, 1,819 students are enrolled in Park County School District No. 1, making this year’s count the largest in recent years.

Bags provided in the mail for city residences

On Wednesday evening, youth will be going door to door, collecting food for Powell Valley Loaves and Fishes as part of the annual fall drive. For the first time in the autumn drive, the local food pantry is providing city residents with a bag for their food donations.

When you live in a rural community in the least populated state in America, shopping options are sometimes limited. But that doesn’t mean you won’t find quality clothes, tools, home furnishings, vehicles, jewelry, electronics, agricultural supplies, gifts and other items at local businesses.

Carrie started her interview with the Tribune by taking a bite of the writer’s notebook.

“She likes paper,” explained Jan Sapp as she scolded Carrie.

Proceeds help Powell man with medical costs after spinal cord injury

When Bob and Brenda Ruckman returned to their hometown of Powell in 2011, they had plans. They were going to build a new home on the Willwood and Bob was going to start a woodworking business.

It’s a good time to take a closer look at what you’re tossing in the trash.

Much of what is thrown away can be recycled — paper, cardboard boxes, plastic bottles, magazines and the list goes on. While it’s important to separate recyclables from trash, residents also must pay more attention to what they’re taking to the recycling center.

Unlike some shelters in the United States, the City of Powell/Moyer Animal Shelter cares for animals until they find a home. In some cases, it may take weeks, months or even years for a pet to be adopted.

The East Entrance to Yellowstone National Park was temporarily closed Friday afternoon while crews remove an unexploded ordnance discovered on Sylvan Pass.

What began as a routine drive to work changed the course of Joel Johnson’s life.

“This ordinary day became a morning of twisted metal, broken glass, broken bones, blood and bruises,” his sister-in-law, Paula Cross, would later write in an online post.

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