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Nov. 14 was the day Dustin Pike had looked forward to and planned for months: It was to be his wedding day.

Family and friends had gathered at a resort in Cancun, Mexico, to witness and celebrate the occasion. But as the groom prepared his wedding vows that morning, he received terrible news: His mother, Theresa Pike of Powell, had fallen in the resort’s lobby and hit her head. An ambulance was en route.

Sen. Enzi said he will consider ‘every option’ to stop Obama on this issue

The Wyoming congressional delegation strongly criticized President Barack Obama’s speech on immigration policies by using executive orders.

Community Thanksgiving Dinner

For the 15th consecutive year, friends, neighbors, families and strangers will gather to enjoy turkey and all the trimmings at the Community Thanksgiving Dinner in Powell. The holiday meal will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday at the Park County Fairgrounds Bicentennial Hall.

Residents sometimes mistakenly think the dinner is available only to low-income residents, but that’s not the case.

Sen. Mike Enzi aims to lead Budget Committee

Wyoming Republican gains power as he prepares to start fourth term in Senate

Sen. Mike Enzi considers Sen. Jeff Sessions a good friend.

The two Republicans, Enzi from Wyoming, Sessions from Alabama, entered the Senate in 1997 and were re-elected to fourth terms on Nov. 4. They have common views on most issues and are both eager to serve in the majority, since the GOP seized control of the Senate in the election.

Administrators limit input on proposed increases

When administrators at Yellowstone National Park began seeking public input on a proposal to increase entrance fees, something was conspicuously missing: an ability to submit feedback online.

Cody attorney suspended from practicing law

State Supreme Court sanctions Don Shreve Jr. because of fiscal problems with clients

A Cody attorney who kept thousands of dollars of settlements he’d obtained for clients in Nevada — and missed crucial deadlines in several other civil cases — has been barred from practicing law for the next five years.

‘Unguided’ snowmobiles return to Yellowstone

Beginning next month — for the first time in a decade — snowmobilers will be allowed to enter Yellowstone National Park without a paid guide.

Update: ‘Longmire’ rides once again

Wednesday update: Canceled TV lawman to return in 2015

Craggy Sheriff Walt Longmire isn't hanging up his guns just yet.

The Powell school board exists to serve students, and now, it will regularly hear their perspectives.

Two Powell High School students will sit on the Park County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees as non-voting student representatives.

After being out in shirtsleeves over a pleasant autumn weekend, Powell residents woke up to completely different weather Monday following a rapid temperature drop Sunday night.

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