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Tribal nations signed a treaty emphasizing the importance of continued federal protections for grizzlies Friday in Alberta, Canada, and at the Jackson Lake Lodge in Grand Teton National Park. The treaty has been signed by around 30 or 40 tribes, … more
“We come here to really recognize these people who serve, often under the radar and behind the scenes, but people without whom we would be in a world of hurt and in a whole lot of trouble,” First Baptist Church Pastor David Pool said at the … 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
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
Law enforcement officials later said the threat — which claimed that hundreds of hidden pipe bombs and explosives would turn Wyoming “to dust” — did not appear to be a credible one. Authorities are investigating who sent the … more
Park County School District No. 1 purchased laptops for students in fourth and fifth grades, and iPad minis for kids in kindergarten through third grade. Several weeks into the school year, students are enjoying the new technology. “They are … more
While it caused some concern for growers and disrupted the state golf and regional tennis tournaments in Powell, the rain brought the region much closer to normal precipitation for the year. The storm, which meteorologist Chris Jones of the … more
Those are positive numbers, reflective of a pretty good growing season. At the same time, the sugar beet industry is looking at prices at 30-year lows. And when the net selling price of sugar largely determines what growers are paid, that’s a … more
First developed in 1868, steam tractors were most popular from 1885 to 1912, then faded in the 1920s, when they were replaced by smaller, lighter and faster tractors with internal combustion engines. Steam tractors first appeared on American … more
It’s Gallaghers’ Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch in Clark. After doing a six-acre maze last year, the family has expanded the maze to eight acres this fall, said Bridget Gallagher. Bridget’s husband, Cecil, and their kids conceived the maze, … more
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