Powell, WY


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Tessa Baker

If you saw a dog locked inside a vehicle on a hot August day, you’d likely try to free the helpless animal or call the police. But what about pets left outside for too long in December’s subzero temperatures?

It may soon be illegal to park on Powell’s busiest street.

Few vehicles currently park along Coulter Avenue and now City of Powell leaders are looking to ban parking altogether on the four-lane road.

A beautiful spring Tuesday in 2004 took a sudden turn when flames engulfed Bridger Hall.

For the seventh time in nine years, Powell High School won the 3A state drama championship.

Tomorrow marks the 75th anniversary of “a date which will live in infamy.” President Franklin Delano Roosevelt made the historic declaration following Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.

The Powell Municipal Airport may become one of the first in the country to let drones fly in its airspace.

During Sample the Season last week, scores of residents went from store to store, enjoying free food and drinks from local businesses. With Christmas lights aglow, festive music in the air and shoppers crowding the sidewalks, the bustling downtown scene was reminiscent of a holiday film.

Feathered friend frequented Powell neighborhoods

A wild bird known as Bert made friends around Powell as he joined barbecues, perched on wine glasses and swooped down to sit on strangers’ shoulders.

When new 70 mph speed limit signs went up on highways throughout Wyoming earlier this year, many drivers rejoiced. But not everyone was thrilled with the higher speed limit, especially along U.S. Highway 14/16/20 in the Wapiti Valley.

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