A woman who says she was subjected to sexual contact by an on-duty Powell police officer three years ago has filed a lawsuit against the officer, who no longer works for the city, the Powell Police Department and the city of Powell.
The woman’s attorney filed a complaint Monday in Park County’s District Court. The woman has not publicly revealed her name and the Powell Tribune does not publish the name of victims or alleged victims.
Park County officials finally made the decision they were loath to make.
After six months of lobbying from state and local education leaders, Gov. Matt Mead and others, the Park County District Boundary Board voted 5-1 on Tuesday to let the state of Wyoming begin paying for the education of students living in the northern half of Yellowstone National Park.
People have left state but are being monitored; drug involvement suspected
Police are probing a couple people of interest in the murder of a part-time Clark resident whose mutilated body was found in Badger Basin earlier this year.
Park County Sheriff Scott Steward said this week that investigators have identified a couple “strong persons of interest” in connection with the January murder of 30-year-old Juan Antonio Guerra-Torres.
Powell High School’s golf team got a taste of some stiff competition at the season-opening Riverton Invitational.
With only three boys and one girl able to play, PHS was unable to qualify for team scores, but “there was a lot of quality 4A competition in Riverton, which was good experience for the players that made the trip,” said PHS head coach Troy Hildebrand.
Boys’ and girls’ teams headed to Riverton for two-day tourney
The Powell High School golf teams will tee it up Thursday and Friday for the fall’s first tournament, but family commitments, a medical procedure and a need for a little more preparation will have both the boys and girls shorthanded: Only four players will be able to make the trip to Riverton.