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Tessa Schweigert

For the third time in as many years, the Powell Valley Chamber of Commerce is without an executive director.

Kim Dillivan received a letter of termination on Thursday morning, he said.

Wyoming right to honor veterans with annual ‘Welcome Home Day’

It seems unfathomable, but for thousands of American veterans, it was an unfortunate reality. Veterans returning home from battle zones — where they risked their lives, spent months apart from loved ones and faithfully served while their plans and dreams were interrupted by war — only to be scorned or completely ignored upon arriving home.

Curious about the assessed property value of your neighbor’s house? Or who owns a certain property? Or the square footage of any building in Park County?

Just go online.

Surgeon, students serve in Saboba

Performing surgery in blistering heat at a rural African hospital, Dr. Nick Morris and Bryn Parker knew they weren’t in Wyoming with its comforts or modern medicine.

That fact was made especially clear when a dead lizard fell from an air conditioner and plopped into the operating room.

Just another day in Saboba, Ghana.

Looks to expand road north

A dotted line under scrutiny no longer exists on the city’s master street plan.

Under a plan adopted in the 1980s, a dotted line showed a proposed Clark Street extending northwest in a curve toward the Elk Basin Highway.

Beating them, Brooke walks again after snowboarding accident

A month after her sweet 16th birthday, Brooke Nisley’s life changed in an instant when she slammed into a tree while snowboarding.

In her six years snowboarding, it was only the second time Brooke wore a helmet on the slopes. She had received the pale-blue helmet for a Christmas present just weeks earlier — and it saved her life.

The Wyoming Legislature adjourned late last week, finishing a general session marked largely by education reform. Over the past couple of months, statewide media coverage zeroed in on education measures — from the failed teacher tenure bill to the state’s investment in public schools — and socially conservative bills — namely those regarding same-sex marriage, abortion and concealed weapons.

Water will be drained from the Powell Aquatic Center next week so crews can fix places where the surface is flaking off and complete annual maintenance at the facility.

The aquatic center is slated to close Saturday, March 12, for four weeks, with an anticipated reopening on April 10.

After 40 years of nurturing local economic development through land sales, Target Powell Valley is coming to an end.

“Target Powell Valley just ran out of money. The bank had to do something, and Target Powell Valley had to do something, too,” said Dick Nelson, chairman of the First National Bank and Trust Board.

In the early 1970s, a small group of volunteers started Powell’s first industrial park through a budding organization they named Target Powell Valley.

Over the next 40 years, the nonprofit’s dedicated volunteers furthered economic development in the Powell area by securing land, developing infrastructure and making lots available at a reasonable price to new or expanding businesses.

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