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CJ Baker

If Calvin Chad Sharp tried posing as Powell resident Amy Moore at a store, he likely wouldn’t have gotten very far. But on the Internet, no one knows you’re a tattooed man with a lengthy criminal past and not a minivan-driving mother.

Park County homes continued to gain value in 2014 — which will likely mean somewhat higher property tax bills this year.

Park County Assessor Pat Meyer says residential properties in Powell and Cody generally rose in value by 3 to 5 percent between 2013 and 2014.

Park County officials are looking for some volunteers to help ensure the show goes on at the 2015 fair.

A number of new superintendents are needed, and there are three vacancies on the county fair board.

Relaxed rules for winter visits to Yellowstone National Park proved something of a boon for the park’s eastern gate.

County fair director let go ahead of schedule

The Park County Fair recently got a new leader and now, it’s getting a mostly brand-new board, too.

rural Powell man is facing two counts of aggravated assault in connection with allegations that he severely battered his wife one night last month.

Several animals — including three dogs — have died, apparently after consuming poison near the Timber Creek Trailhead southwest of Meeteetse.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department and other law enforcement agencies are investigating the deaths, Cody Region Wildlife Supervisor Alan Osterland said Monday.

woman who led police on a high-speed chase in August 2013 while wanted on dozens of charges in Utah and Wyoming received a four- to six-year prison sentence for her Park County crimes last week.

CODY — As they picked a new roster of leaders on Saturday morning, many top Park County Republicans agreed they need to move past their differences and unite.

CODY – Charges were filed Thursday against three suspects in connection with the murder of Juan Antonio Guerra-Torres, whose decapitated body was found on Jan. 9, 2014, on Little Sand Coulee Road in Badger Basin.

The Park County Sheriff's Office said all three were in custody for alleged roles in Guerra-Torres's murder: John Louis Marquez, 51, Sandra Garcia, 27 -- a former Powell resident who was reportedly Guerra-Torres' girlfriend at the time of his murder and the mother of his children -- and Pedro Garcia Jr., a 28-year-old former Powell resident and Sandra Garcia's brother.

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