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CJ Baker

Perhaps drawn in by a highly contested and close presidential race, a large number of Park County residents turned out to vote in Tuesday’s general election.

To show their appreciation for improvements to a bumpy railroad crossing, a grateful group of Garlanders threw a small “thank you” party for a crew of BNSF Railway workers last week.

On Tuesday, you (hopefully) voted in the election. Yesterday, you may have mourned or celebrated the results.

Today, you may be wondering, “Now what?”

Park County's election results are coming in. Track the results with us here.

Authorities allege that a Cody man kicked a puppy to death after it chewed on some video game equipment last month.

Cindy Baldwin frames her race against longtime state Sen. Hank Coe in Biblical terms.

Posting their best times of the season in almost every single event, Powell High School’s girls swim team claimed sixth place at the Class 3A State Meet.

In competing to represent the Powell area in the state House, Republican incumbent Dan Laursen and Democratic challenger Shane Tillotson offer voters two very different choices.

The bad news about this election is obvious: at the top of the ballot, running to be the next President of the United States, you’ll find a set of candidates who, for many, don’t inspire much confidence.

We’ve heard people say they don’t really like either of the two major party candidates and plan to “hold their nose” when casting their ballots.

The City of Powell and its police department cannot be held liable for a sexual assault committed by one of its officers in 2011, a judge ruled last week.

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