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Tessa Baker

Council split 4-3 on decision

The Powell Golf Club will continue to manage the municipal golf course under a three-year extension approved in a 4-3 split vote by the Powell City Council last week.

Amid conversations about lowering rates, the course’s ongoing debt, a better marketing plan and the city’s level of funding, the council voted 5-2 last month to extend the agreement for only three months rather than a full year. Some councilmen alluded to new management for the city-owned course.

Legislators consider fuel tax, drivers in Wyoming may pay more at the pump

We know that Wyoming’s roads can’t be paved with good intentions. For years, there’s been talk of the need for highway maintenance, but little action to adequately fund it.

Leading the pack by 20 percent, Dave Blevins defeated three Republican challengers Tuesday in the race for House District 25, which covers the Powell area.

Golf is on the agenda again Monday night for the Powell City Council.

Last month, councilmen voted 5-2 to extend the Powell Golf Club’s operating agreement for three months rather than a full year. That uncertainty has made it difficult for the golf club to sell memberships for next year or to raise more matching funds — two things the council does want the golf club to do.

Differ on social issues, shared focus on economic development

All four candidates running to represent Powell in the Legislature are registered Republicans, but their political views cross the GOP gamut.

A week from today, voters will make important decisions to determine who our future leaders will be.

The primary election allows Republicans and Democrats to choose their candidates for the general election in November.

For swimmers, it’s been a disappointedly dry summer at the Powell Aquatic Center’s leisure pool.

For three weeks, the leisure pool has been closed while repairs continue on a bubbling liner.


Weekend pilgrimage explores important questions, history

August marks two significant anniversaries in Park County.

In the ongoing saga of managing winter use in Yellowstone National Park, the latest turn in a new direction is encouraging.

The proposed winter use plan allows for more public access and keeps Yellowstone’s East Entrance open during the winter.


Nostalgia runs deep at the Park County Fair. At the annual fair this week, you can count on longtime traditions — carnival rides, the demolition derby, the junior livestock sale, blue-ribbon worthy handiwork and plenty of fair food.

Fittingly, this year’s theme is “Where Traditions Remain and Memories Begin.”

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