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Officers are prohibited from growing beards and “each year a select few make a run on me requesting a change to that policy, and each year I respond with my concerns over beards in uniform,” Powell Police Chief Roy Eckerdt explained in a recent … more
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
The final vote on Policy CKA came after months of discussion, public meetings and two previous readings. “I think that it is a good policy,” said Jenni Rosencranse, who serves on the Park County School District No. 6 Board of Trustees, saying … more
“Well,” Fish soon called up. “I found the dolls.” The Park County Sheriff’s Office and DCI combed over the trailer on Feb. 17; they were looking for more than $13,200 worth of property — including three dozen collectible porcelain … more
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
That was the conclusion of architects with Plan One and Nexus, who detailed those options for the NWC Board of Trustees during a recently completed level one planning process. The cost to build a new student center all at once — including the … more
The 17-year-old grew up dancing with the Rocky Mountain Dance Theatre in Cody and aspired to perform in a lead role someday. “That has been my biggest goal as a dancer,” said Jones, who is a senior at Powell High School. “I am lucky to have … more
As the summer season kicks off, travelers from all over the world are making their way to and through Powell to reach Yellowstone National Park. “We have seen an increase in visitors and … more
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
Federal law enforcement agents and officials rushed to secure the site west of Cody on Tuesday afternoon as word spread quickly about the discovery. The spot is located on Bureau of Reclamation land and the Bureau of Land Management is assisting … more
The Aug. 21 eclipse will only cover approximately 98 percent of the sun in Park County. For those left behind while friends and family migrate elsewhere, the maximum coverage will be brief, with the crescendo just before 11:40 a.m. If you’re … more
While the world changed dramatically since then, the Capitol building did not keep up. The Capitol is more than 125 years old, but “the building has never had a comprehensive renovation,” said Wendy Madsen, with the Wyoming Legislative … more
Plans to substantially expand Cody Laboratories — in part with the help of a state loan — have been put on hold and the future of the project is unclear. Lannett Company, which owns … more
Young writers ages 12 to 14 — and adult writers aged 15 and above — are eligible to win cash prizes and have their work published in the Tribune. “The Friends of the Powell Branch Library would like to recognize and honor Gib Mathers, a … more
But with the county landfill budget having the money in reserves, commissioners opted to instead pay that debt last month — between 16 and 20 years early. “The old cowboy/outfitter part of me likes to see money paid back and not having it … more
While Fennell is not a painter, he is an artist: His canvas is 1,000 yards wide, 1,000 yards deep and 6,000 yards high. It’s a highly regulated box controlled by both a team of nine judges and the Federal Aviation Administration. Fennell is a … more
“We haven’t had snow on opening day for years,” Bob said. “They’re easier to track in the snow.” The father and son team were finding it hard to find birds in their first field, but had a few more places to try before the end of the … more
U.S. District Judge Susan Watters said Jesus Deniz Mendoza of Worland represented a lasting menace to society because of his inability to control the “demons” of mental illness and drug use that he blamed for the killings. The sentencing … more
It’s not every day two former U.S. Olympic Team members meet in Powell, but it does happen about once a month during the summer. Lovell’s Mark Spencer and Powell’s Allan Knowles … more
Unfortunately, the camera was in operation only a few days before it was disabled. “A grizzly bear had hit it, and the camera was pushed down in the dirt,” said Riis, a National Geographic contributing photographer and photography fellow at … more
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