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When the crew from Powell Hospital Ambulance Service arrived at the Blair’s parking lot on Tuesday afternoon, a man was dead from an apparent heart attack. By the time they’d gotten him to the hospital a few minutes later, his life had been saved.

The WYOld West Brewing Company is brewing up success as it prepares to open its doors.

Regional bus service to end

Area officials balk at helping subsidize Big Horn Basin buses

Say goodbye to local bus service.

The Merc may be experiencing its final Christmas.

The downtown Powell clothing store has seen sales slide dramatically this year and traffic is down, according to a board member. A shareholders meeting will take place in early January, according to board member Diane DeLozier, and a decision to remain open or to close the store may be made then.

New building might not be finished by fair

Lousy winter weather slowing construction, commissioners are told

Barring a December heat wave, a new multi-use facility for the Park County Fairgrounds may not be fully finished for the 2015 fair.

Flom leaving Northwest College at end of week

Northwest College’s finance director, Sheldon Flom, will leave the college Friday to assume the post of vice president for administrative services at Western Wyoming Community College in Rock Springs.

The Sleeping Giant is about to awaken.

The Sleeping Giant Ski Area will open for the season Friday. It will celebrate its first weekend of the 2014-15 season with the Sleepy G Jamboree on Saturday, which will include a bonfire in the parking lot and a torchlight ski parade down the Big Horn lift. Dinner will be served at the end of the day as well.

With each movement of his head or light in his eyes, Aaron Horner makes progress — and gives his family and friends reason to hope as the new year soon begins.

Two Powell residents stand charged with felony drug crimes after police intercepted a package containing nearly an ounce of methamphetamine that had been shipped to them.

New members of the Wyoming Legislature, including Rep.-elect Dan Laursen of Powell, will be introduced to the conduct of the legislative process during a three-day orientation for new legislators  this week in Cheyenne.

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