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Wyoming’s controversial effort to breed the greater sage grouse in captivity has suffered a setback, as the only state-certified game bird farm has decided to take a pass on collecting eggs this spring.

With widespread support from educators and parents, the Powell school district is moving to a 4.5-day school week, starting in August.

Maintenance roads for the Heart Mountain Irrigation District have been used for decades by those seeking outdoor recreation. Unfortunately, the roads have also been abused. The district has now taken the first step to permanently close them to the public.

Community members with a range of personal opinions on guns in schools posed multiple what-if scenarios during a Monday public forum, which drew 150 residents.

Repairs to Cody, Ashley Halls taken into consideration

Starting this fall, the price of on-campus housing and meals at Northwest College is going up.

Apparent deal in Powell murder case

Court documents filed last week indicate that David Williamson — charged with the murder of his wife last summer — plans to accept a plea deal offered by the Park County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.

Wyoming plans to offer a grizzly season for the first time in more than 40 years with a limit of two dozen bears outside of national parks in the northwest corner of the state.

The Park County Fairgrounds’ main arena is getting flattened out and resized.

Willwood silt dilemma

Task force leaders: Mother Nature main culprit

After a large silt release turned the Shoshone River gray below the Willwood Dam and prompted a public outcry in 2016, federal, state and local officials formed a trio of working groups to study the problem.

Bighorn Canyon eyes free admission

The popular national park property will either be free or see admission increase as early as summer

One of the area’s most spectacular views may soon be more, or less, affordable to visit.

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