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Through 3 p.m. Friday, county commissioners are seeking three volunteers to serve on the Park County Library Board and the Park County Museum Board. Two spots are available on the library board, which helps oversee the county's libraries in … more
Southside Elementary School teacher Michelle Giltner captured the moment on camera and shared the photo online, where it became something of a social media sensation. Giltner took the image last month during Southside’s fifth-grade camp-out. … more
The sentiment of the post is clear, but the bear in the photo was a blonde phase black bear cub, according to Montana and Wyoming officials. Dan Bjornlie, Wyoming Game and Fish Department large carnivore biologist, said there is no documentation … more
Last month, Victoria L. Sandoval, 48, pleaded guilty to a pair of felony counts for selling $1,200 worth of meth to a Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation informant over a week-long span last summer. On May 10, District Court Judge Steven … more
“If you know your area is flood prone, you might want to get last-minute preparations made,” National Weather Service hydrologist Jim Fahey said. The South Fork of the Shoshone River above the Buffalo Bill Reservoir is at 7.6 feet as of … more
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
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
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
“It’s an escape, and it’s good for you,” said Wendi Robirds, co-owner of Ember, located on North Clark Street in Powell, across the street east from First Bank of Wyoming. Ember’s dry saunas can help your mind and body in various … more
Yet few realize they’re helping to protect native species of Yellowstone cutthroat trout and fluvial Arctic grayling when they buy a fishing license — assisting an effort that has spanned more than two decades to rid the massive pool of lake … more
He wasn’t kidding: Since 1981, the Honorable Judge Allison has been a fixture in municipal court, as well as at his law practice located in downtown Powell. But after a career in law spanning four decades, Allison has decided to call it a career, … more
But there’s an apparent overwhelming consensus that roughly 1,800 acres of land on top of Sheep Mountain west of Cody should be put in the hands of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. The toughest obstacle may be getting federal officials in … more
“It’s a long, lonely walk,” she said. “And a lot of times, the journey of someone who is struggling with mental health issues or with suicidal thoughts is a long, lonely walk.” Through her journey from Cody to Cheyenne, she hopes to … more
The harvest quota of 44 wolves during the 2017 season wasn’t taken well by some of the residents who attended a Tuesday night meeting in Cody. Although it wasn’t an official public comment opportunity, questions from a few in attendance centered … more
In hopes of learning those kinds of hands-on lessons, Powell High School students would like to have an agriculture facility built near the school. “We feel there are a lot of ways that this ag complex would fit into our curriculum,” said … more
A Wednesday afternoon news release from the office of John Green, the acting U.S. Attorney for the District of Wyoming, summarized the indictment as alleging that Condie: “routinely reported an inappropriate and baseless mental health … more
A Wyoming Department of Transportation asphalt paving crew is scheduled to do hot-mix asphalt patching work both days on U.S. Highway 14/16/20, about 10 miles east of Cody. The paving operation consists of a paving crew, a roller operator and … more
Hoping to bring in as many new customers as possible, Park County commissioners plan to soon pitch counties and municipalities across the Basin on the benefit of bringing their trash to the landfill south of Cody. As commissioners see it, turning … more
When they say the Powell service club is barely in survival mode, they speak from the heart. On the eve of one of the Powell Lions Club’s highest profile events — the 10th annual James Shelby Memorial Car Show — Schatz and Winz make no … more
The $122,000 climbing wall was approved by the NWC Board of Trustees in April 2015, paid for with funding from the Wyoming Community College Commission’s recapture and redistribution funding formula for that year. However, the project has been … more
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