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CJ Baker

Lousy winter weather slowing construction, commissioners are told

Barring a December heat wave, a new multi-use facility for the Park County Fairgrounds may not be fully finished for the 2015 fair.

PHS ranked No. 2 by WyoPreps

Great defense helped propel the Powell High School girls basketball team to a third-place finish last season. This time around, they hope their defense wins them the proverbial championship.

Two Powell residents stand charged with felony drug crimes after police intercepted a package containing nearly an ounce of methamphetamine that had been shipped to them.

Local economies could get pedal-powered push

As many as 800 cyclists plan to bike through the region next summer — and they may take Powell and Cody businesses along for the ride.

Did a former Powell police officer subject a woman to unwanted sexual contact in 2011, as a civil suit and criminal charges allege? He says no and the city says it doesn’t know.

Powell girl needs surgeries, family faces medical expenses after pet attack

The Riedinger family’s Neapolitan mastiff at times had been something of a protector for 7-year-old McKinzee, sensing some of her oncoming seizures, pushing her down and laying with her. But when Tatum leapt on McKinzee in October, it wasn’t to help.

Utah woman who eluded authorities in Wyoming and Utah — temporarily, that is — was brought back to Park County to face allegations that she passed phony checks in Powell.

Park allows online feedback on fee increases after criticism from media and public

Reversing an earlier decision, Yellowstone administrators have decided they will allow the public to submit online feedback on their plan to raise the park’s entrance fees.

CLARK — Gale-force winds buffeted Clark this past week — with some gusts reaching the speed experienced in a major hurricane.

National Weather Service data says gusts ripped through the Clark community at speeds of up to 103 miles an hour early on Saturday, Nov. 22.

Administrators limit input on proposed increases

When administrators at Yellowstone National Park began seeking public input on a proposal to increase entrance fees, something was conspicuously missing: an ability to submit feedback online.

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