Powell, WY


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CJ Baker

Prosecutors plan to seek prison time for a former Powell resident who provided heroin to a man who later died of a drug overdose.

A powerful storm system caused significant damage in the Bighorn Mountains on Monday afternoon.

The National Weather Service had received reports of seven damaged camping vehicles as of Monday night, said Chris Hattings, a weather service meteorologist in Riverton.

Though their most recent bout ended with a loss, the local Heart Mountain Wreck on Wheels roller derby team has been on something of a roll this season.

Park County officials excitedly christened a new multi-use exhibit hall at the Park County Fairgrounds on Tuesday evening.

For the first time in roughly 15 years, a basketball standout from Powell is going to play for the Northwest College Trappers.

Powell High School’s all-time leading scorer, Kalei Smith, signed a letter of intent on Thursday, formally committing him to Northwest College’s men’s basketball team.

While many Wyomingites have yet to even start thinking about the 2016 presidential election, some have already opened their checkbooks.

As direct evidence that John Marquez shot and dismembered another man last year, investigators have the statements of an alleged co-conspirator and what might possibly be Marquez’s DNA on a pair of gloves found near the man’s body.

“It’s coming down to the wire; we’ve all got our fingers crossed on this one,” Park County Commission Chairman Joe Tilden said Tuesday, after getting an update on the construction of the new multi-use facility at the Park County Fairgrounds.

The building is about 90-95 percent finished and should be ready for the July 21-25 county fair, said Ron Yount, representing project architect Plan One.

What would it take for voters to OK a sales tax hike, officials wonder?

Governments around Park County plan to hire a consultant to help them figure out whether they’ve got a chance at convincing voters to pass a new 1 cent sales tax next year.

Park County commissioners plan to give fewer tax dollars to local non-profit organizations in the coming year.

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