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CJ Baker

Trimming the Powell school district’s budget is an unenviable, difficult task that has fallen on the Park County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees. We appreciate the time and thought that they and the district’s leaders have put into finding ways to reduce the budget by hundreds of thousands of dollars without hurting students.

Biking across a couple thousand miles over the coming weeks will be at once a fundraiser, a kind of personal therapy and an adventure for Paul Blough of Cody.

With the help of his security system — and local authorities — a Ralston area homeowner was able to catch a burglar from more than 300 miles away last week.

Authorities arrested a Northwest College student last week on allegations that he had heroin shipped to campus with the intent of selling it.

Bail set at $100,000

For the third time in nine months, a Powell man has been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving.

Roughly 53 percent of Park County voters supported the tax in November’s general election

If you notice an extra couple of cents on your purchases this weekend, it’s no April Fool’s joke.

A Cody man is headed back to prison after throwing a mixture of his own blood, spit and urine into a detention deputy’s face in February; prosecutors say was an attempt to infect the deputy with Hepatitis C.

One of the items on our open government wish list has been an easier way to listen in on and participate in the interim meetings that state lawmakers hold around Wyoming between their sessions in Cheyenne.

In July, the costs of registering a vehicle and getting a driver’s license will go up -- by $15 and $20 for passenger vehicles and new licenses, respectively. Wyoming drivers and vehicle owners are projected to pay an additional $45 million over the next two years, thanks to the pair of fee increases passed by the Legislature.

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