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CJ Baker

Nearly two years after authorities in Cody seized a plane and $260,000 from two pilots suspected of smuggling drugs, federal prosecutors have filed criminal charges against them.

Open conference play this week

The Powell High School girls basketball team came up short — literally — in a pair of weekend losses.

Clark resident arrested, more charges expected

A Clark man is facing 13 misdemeanor counts of animal cruelty for allegedly underfeeding his horses, causing seven of them to die and six to become thin.

Bump and Run to replace Knights of Valour show

performance by country musician Terri Clark will headline the 2016 Park County Fair, which will also bring traditional grandstand events such as pig mud wrestling, motorbike racing, a demolition derby and a new Bump and Run race.

Panthers ousted from tournament on buzzer-beater

matter of inches separated the Powell High School girls from a shot at their third straight title at the Big Horn Basin Basketball Classic.

Last year was a deadly one on Park County’s roads and highways.

Eight people were killed in motor vehicle crashes in Park County in 2015, according to Wyoming Department of Transportation data; a ninth fatal crash took place just a matter of feet from the county line.

A Hot Springs County couple claims in a new lawsuit that members of Tri-County Telephone Association (TCT) were fraudulently convinced to sell the cooperative for far less than it was worth last year.

For the first 22 minutes, it looked like the Powell High School girls junior varsity basketball team would get a forgettable beating from the Buffalo Lady Bison. The hosting Lady Panthers trailed 32-16 in the waning minutes of the third quarter.

More flights to Salt Lake coming in March, fate of Cody to Denver service in question

The federal government will stop subsidizing flights between Cody and Denver starting March 1.

Ancient patches of snow are melting in the wilds of the Shoshone National Forest and “exposing things that haven’t been exposed for hundreds or, in some cases, thousands of years,” said archaeologist Larry Todd.

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