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It may have been an interesting “A” for Northwest College students enrolled in the Ballinger Natural Resource Management Class, which took place under rustling pines and unspoiled skies on Saturday.

Report says ‘major failure is likely’ on part of Heart Mountain Canal

A portion of concrete canal lining in the Heart Mountain Irrigation District could fail, and Heart Mountain Irrigation District users must decide whether to OK the repairs.

Cody City Council didn’t decide whether to cull the herd of about 300 deer living in town, but the council discussed the possibility at its Sept. 6 meeting.

Calling all pie connoisseurs to the first annual Live Pie Auction fundraiser during Homesteader Days Saturday.

Public discussion has yielded comments, pro and con, concerning the proposed removal of federal protection for grizzly bears in the Yellowstone area.  

They’re not out of the woods yet, but data indicates a decline in grizzly bear conflicts so far this year.

Wild West River Fest brings record number of kayakers

Notwithstanding the name there was absolutely nothing smelly about the Stinking Water Slalom Saturday.

Dead or moaning students were lying in pools of blood when Powell police, armed to the teeth, searched classrooms for “perps,” like NCIS agents on TV.

At times the 2,269-acre Hunter Peak Fire, northwest of Cody, gained ground, but nearly 600 firefighters were handling the fiery upheaval with consummate skill.

There was an air of unease and optimism as area homeowners congregated for a Hunter Peak Fire update Thursday evening with a Type 1 Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team.

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