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Powell resident’s passion project hits the big screen

When Garrett Burbank dreams, he dreams big. Now his dream is about to make the leap onto the big screen. The pilot episode of Life Link, a cutting-edge, real-time, social media-driven, reality TV … more

Cody man alleged to have encouraged 17-year-old to become prostitute

A 78-year-old Cody man is facing a felony charge for allegedly trying to convince a 17-year-old girl to work for him as a prostitute. Kenneth “Val” Geissler allegedly told the teen … more

On the comeback trail

Everything changed in a matter of seconds for Jasmine Helfrich on June 25. Helfrich, a junior at Powell High School, is recovering from an all-terrain vehicle accident that evening just north of … more

NWC survey shows increase in employee satisfaction

Newly released survey results show a slight increase in employee satisfaction on the Northwest College campus between 2016 and earlier this year. The Personal Assessment of the College Environment … more

Ex-teacher avoids probation revocation

Because she’s already been punished by her probation officer, prosecutors can’t send a Cody woman to prison for violating her conditions of probation, a judge ruled last month. Katie … more

Judge extends restraining order on grizzly hunt

A federal judge has once again delayed Wyoming’s grizzly hunting season by two weeks. U.S. District Court Judge Dana Christensen of Missoula said Thursday that he needed more time to … more

From region, thousands rallied for Trump

As conversations in Washington, D.C., and national headlines swirled around a new book and an anonymous column questioning President Donald Trump’s fitness for the office, thousands of people … more

Judge scraps plea deal in burglary cases

A judge on Wednesday rejected a proposed plea agreement for a Powell woman facing a stack of criminal charges relating to a string of burglaries in 2017. District Court Judge Robert Skar became … more

Changing climate concerns Yellowstone scientists

The changing climate in northwest Wyoming is cited as a source of concern for some of Yellowstone National Park’s key natural resources, according to a new report from park … more

Wyoming Business Council gives full blessing to hotel and conference center

The proposed hotel and publicly owned conference center in Powell took its biggest step yet toward becoming reality Thursday morning. The Wyoming Business Council met in Cody and gave its … more

Commissioner rescued after hiking accident

Park County Commissioner Jake Fulkerson had to be evacuated by a helicopter on Sunday after his foot became pinned by a boulder on the North Fork. Fulkerson, of Cody, avoided breaking any bones in … more

Federal outdoor recreation funding at risk

A source of funding for outdoor recreation and wildlife habitat projects that’s brought more than $132 million to local Wyoming communities could dry up by the end of the month. The problem … more

Hiker attacked by bear in Beartooths

A hiker was attacked and injured by a bear in the Beartooth Mountains on Sunday afternoon. The 48-year-old man, Bradley D. Johnson of Plymouth, Minnesota, received "severe injuries to his arm, shoulder and back." more

Grizzly spotted in Cody; managers seeking to trap it

Wildlife managers are currently trying to trap a "large male grizzly" that's reportedly been roaming the western part of the City of Cody. more

Mountain lion shot south of Powell

Kevin Lineback was supposed to be in his Ford, heading north to Billings for a golf date at sunrise, but this is Wyoming. Having chores, Lineback headed out his back door at 6:30 a.m Tuesday to … more

100 years ago: Fire destroys Powell Tribune

Early on the morning of Sept. 6, 1918, the original frame home of the Powell Tribune burned to the ground — a fire completely destroying the contents of the building and the newspaper’s … more

Bank of the West stance on fossil fuels draws local ire

Bank of the West’s decision to cut ties with certain fossil fuels has government agencies across Wyoming cutting ties with the bank. State Treasurer Mark Gordon and Gov. Matt Mead have … more

Best of both worlds

Peter Mangolds just might be proof that you can have your cake and eat it, too. Mangolds works as a ranger at Yellowstone National Park — but once the work day is done, he trades his ranger … more

Enrollment up again in Powell schools

Powell schools are packed. “We have a whole bunch more kids this year than we did last year,” said Jay Curtis, superintendent of Park County School District No. 1. The district … more

Judge halts grizzly hunts

Thirty-six hours before hunters were to set their sights on grizzlies in Idaho and Wyoming, a federal judge issued a temporary restraining order that delayed trophy hunts of Greater Yellowstone … more
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