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Duane A. Jarvis, 24, and Breanna L. Roemmich, 20, are alleged to have sped through residential neighborhoods — each taking a turn at driving — ignored stop signs and lights and to have tried escaping on foot after damaging their … more
Cheney says China needs to be held accountable for actions that go beyond unfair trade practices to cyberattacks and to stealing trade secrets and personal information. But the Republican Congressman sees no winners in a trade war and says the … more
The concept — presented by Tina Fagan and Judy Londo to a full house at last week’s Powell City Council meeting — is to find a place where city residents and non-residents alike can let their dogs run in a safe, fenced environment. The … more
“I’ve read it a few times,” Wenk said. “I just don’t know what it means yet. I have no idea what they’re hoping to achieve.” State lawmakers have said the measure seeks to start a conversation with the Department of Interior; since … more
Sandy Newsome, a Cody Republican, recently announced she plans to run again for House District 24 — a seat currently held by Rep. Scott Court, R-Cody. That means the coming Aug. 21 Republican primary election feature a rematch of the 2016 … more
Leading up to the decision, the Park County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees has discussed the issue at length, held a public forum and surveyed parents, staff and the community. Last week, trustees met with the district’s attorney Scott … more
In a third installment of scoping meetings intended to educate residents and draw on their knowledge, the region’s drainages were divvied up and groups circled large maps in the historic Cody Club Room to discuss every watershed flowing into the … more
“It sure didn’t feel like April,” said Dave Lipson, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Riverton. The windchill plunged to single digits on Monday, and temperatures dipped even further that night and the next morning. At … more
Park County prosecutors initially charged the two with a combined total of eight felony counts, but ultimately agreed to deals that resulted in Austin Maddox, 24, and Evan Haywood, 27, each pleading guilty to a misdemeanor count of reckless … more
Noel was taken back in and blood work showed his platelet count was extremely low; the “rash” was determined to likely be petechiae — “basically broken blood vessels,” explained his mother, Tatiana Rivera. Noel was eventually diagnosed … more
Nearly 85 percent of the department’s revenue hinges on how many hunters and anglers purchase licenses and how much guns, ammo, boats or other equipment they buy. If you include grants from hunter and angler groups, the department relies on more … more
Powell school and police officials say the potential threat — which also involved other students — was brought to their attention on Saturday and resolved. In a Tuesday afternoon statement, Park County School District No. 1 Superintendent Jay … more
But the care center recently got more official recognition: Medicare awarded the nursing home five stars, reflecting an overall rating of “much above average.” The rating from the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services — which … more
The Wyoming Office of State Lands and Investments, which manages the state-owned property, recently granted separate permits allowing the citizens — Chris Kulesa of Clark and Harlee Cushman of Cody — to salvage and remove the former ranch house … more
Local congregations will gather for a community Good Friday service at noon at Union Presbyterian Church, hosted by the Powell Ministerial Association. Pastor Shane Legler will preach at the community service. The ministerial association’s … more
In a Tuesday afternoon statement, Park County School District No. 1 Superintendent Jay Curtis said the threat was “found to be credible,” but “there is currently no threat to the safety of students and staff.” “Action has been taken, … more
Enzi, who visited the school on Friday, said he’s always voted for bills that uphold the Second Amendment. “Arming teachers — it isn’t quite that simple,” Enzi said. “That has to be a decision that’s made locally.” Wyoming’s … more
“We’re staying conservative,” said Tony Mong, Cody area wildlife biologist for the Game and Fish. Very difficult winter conditions during 2016-17 and poor fawn ratios for the past four years have resulted in herd units west of Powell being … more
During its meeting earlier this month, the NWC Board of Trustees approved $240,000 worth of major maintenance funding for the project — allowing work on the third and final phase of the center’s renovation to begin once Phase II concludes this … more
As much as the animals themselves, she loves the intense competition. It all comes down to the last moment in a long project. “There’s no better feeling than shaking a judge’s hand for the win,” Scott said. “I get nervous but it’s … more
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