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Dog nurses lamb back to health

The orphan lamb had taken a turn for the worse — until a mama dog came to its rescue.

Oakley, a miniature Australian shepherd, had noticed the little lamb was not doing very well.

(AP) — Protections that have been in place for more than 40 years for grizzly bears in the area around Yellowstone National Park will be lifted this summer after U.S. government officials ruled Thursday that the population is no longer threatened.

CEO Rullman addresses unmanned aircraft with local pilots, airport board

Powell Municipal Airport leaders are mulling how they can safely become one of the first airports in the country to allow planes and unmanned aerial vehicles to operate simultaneously.

Eyewitness accounts sought for investigation

A motorcycle crash closed U.S. Highway 14-A for more than 30 minutes on Tuesday morning. While traffic was stopped, a helicopter landed on the highway between Powell and Cody and evacuated the injured motorcyclist.

Park County commissioners say they will not help build a grizzly bear-deterring fence around the county’s Cody landfill unless environmental groups match their contribution, dollar-for-dollar. That “challenge” from the commission appeared to be dead on arrival.

Terry Odom to stay on as permanent CEO

A 25-year-old partnership between Powell Valley Healthcare and its management company is coming to an end.

Board of Trustees to re-evaluate, revise policies

A significant increase in the amount of bad student debt that Northwest College will need to write off this year has school college leaders scratching their collective heads.

For the first time, a Crow politician made the trip to witness the pipe ceremony during the tribe’s annual return to Foretop’s Father, the Crow name for Heart Mountain.

Kayak guide dies in Yellowstone Lake

A 23-year-old kayak guide died in Yellowstone Lake on Wednesday while trying to rescue a client who had capsized.

It’s been a wet year, with well above average snow and rain in the area. One benefit: The wildflowers are going nuts.

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