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Powell’s enrollment increases while others drop

While K-12 schools across the state have emptier classrooms than a year ago, Powell has bucked the trend, welcoming more students.

City to stop inspecting pool tables

The Powell City Council plans to get out of the business of inspecting video games, pool tables and other activities in local businesses.

A Cody High School special education teacher stands accused of stealing hundreds — and possibly thousands — of dollars that had been raised for the school’s special needs students.

When Eric Paul moved to Sylvan Court in July 2001, the neighborhood’s Christmas decorating tradition was quickly brought to his attention.

Powell man pleads not guilty in murder case

A Powell man charged with second-degree murder in connection with his wife’s killing has pleaded not guilty to the charge.

Despite the sting of graupel on exposed cheeks, a dedicated flock of birders, toting binoculars, spotting scopes and dressed in layers, hit all corners of the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area Saturday for the 2017 Kane Christmas Bird Count.

Decorate your tree with adventure

The fire crackled as it took hold in the ring at the Five Springs Campground. An occasional breeze caused the gathering snow in the large pines above to fall on the flames, but they blazed on.

Funding includes work on the mall, surrounding area

Northwest College officials are clarifying the details of a maintenance project that had the community buzzing.

Study: Yellowstone fee hikes could hurt locals

Researchers at the University of Montana say proposed fee increases at Yellowstone National Park would drive down visitation and cause gateway communities to lose millions of dollars worth of business from tourists.

NWC hopes to raise employee pay next year

Trustees pass resolutions to make compensation a priority

After lengthy discussions on the subject, the Northwest College Board of Trustees approved a pair of resolutions that make employee raises a priority for the coming fiscal year.

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