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Jay Carlisle, research director of the Intermountain Bird Observatory at Boise State University and associate research faculty member of the Biological Sciences Department at BSU, leads a team of 10 scientists studying the bird from its wintering … more
Those suits led Powell Valley Healthcare to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last year; an agreement with the patients is a significant step toward resolving the case. “We’re definitely moving,” Powell Valley Healthcare Board President R.J. … more
Since 1953, the Thursday luncheon meeting was carved in stone for Kiwanians. Perfect attendance was a badge of honor and the meetings a bridge to dedicated community service. But there’s an opening on the calendar today (Thursday) and beyond … more
It did not take long for the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees to agree that the world does indeed need more cowboys and cowgirls. After less than half an hour of discussion at their meeting … more
“That’s it?” the 36-year-old Cody resident asked when a prosecutor recommended his bond be set at a combined total of $150,000. Earlier, he made a sarcastic argument to be released. “I believe this person is not a threat to society at … more
Lonestar — a chart-topping band with roughly 25 years of experience under their boots — will put on a Wednesday, July 26 performance at the fairgrounds’ grandstands. Among the performers that fell within the county government’s budget, … more
NWC employees took the 46-question Personal Assessment of the College Environment (PACE) survey in February. The assessment is administered at colleges around the country. At Northwest, it was intended to determine where college employees were … more
The wait is over: A new sculpture has been installed next to the Yellowstone Building at Northwest College. Denver artist Jodie Cooper’s two-part steel sculpture, “Infinite Pattern … more
Johns built a grid-tie system with 21 solar panels to provide electricity for his home in the Powell area. “I look at it as an investment,” he said. “As soon as the system’s paid off, then it’s all free.” Johns’ solar panels … more
The Paint the Town Red initiative has its root in Powell Economic Partnership’s strategic plan discussions that pointed to a desire to gain more of a “college town” feel in Powell, according to NWC President Stefani Hicswa. “Since NWC’s … more
Allred, of Powell, was announced as the City Council’s choice to replace Allison at the council meeting on May 15. After reviewing letters of interest from four qualified candidates, Mayor John Wetzel recommended Allred to the council, which voted … more
A proposal to use state dollars to help build a new hotel and conference center in Powell received the backing of Park County commissioners last week, though it was a hesitant … more
“When our small congregation bought the school, we thought, ‘What in the world are we going to do with this space?’” Mary said. The Thomases had envisioned transforming the Southside building into a place to worship, purchased for a song … more
Smith has spent his life seeking the answer. A distinguished research professor of geophysics and geology and emeritus professor of geophysics at the University of Utah, coordinating scientist of the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory and director for … more
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Admission had been $5 per car. After completing a cost benefit analysis, park officials found they were actually losing money by collecting entrance fees. In a Tuesday news release, park officials said Bighorn Canyon spent $194,892 collecting … more
“We’re looking at what to do with ExpressCare,” said PVHC Executive Director Terry Odom. “Volume in ExpressCare is half of what it was a couple years ago.” Two subcommittees are considering different options, Odom said. One is looking … more
A local man was riding a horse in the area when, around 11 a.m., he discovered Mathers’ body in the Elk Fork Creek drainage, the Park County Sheriff's Office said. The location was about 2 1/4 miles south of U.S. Highway 14/16/20 west. The … more
“I love doing what I do,” said Smith, a Powell High School science teacher. “I love being able to take kids to Yellowstone and their eyes are open to a new world up there.” Smith was recently recognized by the National Science Teachers … more
Hattie Pimentel is one of two students from the Cowboy State selected for the United States Senate Youth Program. “Each year, this extremely competitive merit-based program brings 104 of the most outstanding high school students ... to … more
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