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Kristen R. Kenney, 34, made her first court appearance on the allegations on Tuesday, where her bail was set at $40,000 cash. The allegations date back to early November — when the Wyoming Department of Family Services took custody of her child … more
That’s because one of the winners, 11-year-old Kyla Del Bosque of Powell, gave her new bicycle to another girl before she left the fairgrounds. Kyla’s mother, Terrie Del Bosque, said she drove home with her other children and told Kyla she … more
The slide has caused the roadway to drop nearly six inches since March. With precipitation in the weather forecast for the remainder of this week, Wyoming Department of Transportation staff are attempting to finish the temporary slide maintenance … more
One question is whether the district will approve raises for its employees over the coming year. “Fortunately for Powell, because of increasing enrollment over the last eight or nine years, we’re immune to some of the hits that other … more
“I had a super career from my standpoint,” Bruscino told the audience at a recent presentation on grizzlies at Union Presbyterian Church of Powell. “I got my butt chewed on about a daily basis, but no, not by a bear.” The former Game and … more
School board member Kim Dillivan asked whether it would be worth looking into charging a minimal fee at games to help bring in revenue. PHS Activities Director Tim Wormald said he has talked to the Cody school district about the idea. Based on … more
When Blough lost his wife of 44 years, Shelia, to pancreatic cancer last October, he knew he wanted to do something to honor her. “Cancer’s such a difficult thing,” Blough said. “And I thought, ‘I want to do something and do my part to … more
Valorie Lamb Harlan, 43, has been charged with the Friday break-in on Dutcher Springs Trail. Because Lamb Harlan is alleged to have tried stealing firearms — and to have had a loaded handgun in a tool bag — she’s been charged with a felony … more
Beginning with “Open Season” in 2001, the straight-arrow Pickett has juggled life as a devoted husband and father with the hardships that come with being a state employee who lives paycheck to paycheck. Crossing paths with some of the more … more
Lawrence was helping unload food and other commodities at the Powell American Legion when he suddenly collapsed. Patty Paulsen, a fellow volunteer, walked into the small room and found Lawrence lying on the floor. “There was no pulse, no … more
Chris Jones, meteorologist in charge at the National Weather Service Office in Riverton, said Saturday afternoon’s weather was convective, leading to the formation of graupel — moisture that freezes into soft balls. Graupel forms when “a … more
Jonathon R. Chevrier, 20, was taken into custody by the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation on Wednesday morning, shortly after claiming a package that allegedly had contained a couple grams of heroin. Chevrier, who was living on campus, … more
On Thursday — while he was out on bond for two DUI charges from 2016 — Jason A. Kretschmar was pulled over on Coulter Avenue. Powell police say they found methamphetamine in Kretschmar’s pocket and an intoxicating amount of alcohol in his … more
“Many photographers and birding experts that have spent their careers studying and photographing sage grouse had never seen or heard of a white sage grouse,” said Tracie Fernandez of Meeteetse, who photographed the bird on March 26. “I had no … more
Mangold, who served as mayor of Powell from 2004-2012, will fill the Ward II seat that was vacated when John Wetzel became mayor. A council subcommittee of Wetzel, councilman Tim Sapp and councilman Floyd Young chose Mangold after vetting four … more
Police Chief Roy Eckerdt summarized the report at a recent Powell City Council meeting, detailing the number of traffic stops, total incidents, number of citations and trends, to name a few. “I want to point out some highlights and try to … more
Work is slated to begin Monday. The $2.31 million project on Coulter (U.S. Highway 14-A) includes removing medians and installing new roadway lighting from Fair Street to Panther Boulevard (Road 8), according to WYDOT. “New roadway lighting … more
Less than a month after receiving tentative approval for a $435,400 state grant, GT Aeronautics and the City of Powell have decided to part ways on the project. Powell Mayor John Wetzel notified the Wyoming Business Council on Thursday that the … more
Elk hunters reported a 44.5 percent success rate, with 25,852 elk taken across Wyoming; bull harvest was the highest in 10 years among both resident and non-resident hunters. Hunters fared well with several other big and trophy game species, too. … more
Saville was surprised when she heard that her piece took top honors. “All I could say for about five minutes was, ‘What?’” she said. “I couldn’t believe it.” A freshman at Powell High School, Saville completed the colored-pencil … more
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