Powell, WY


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The discovery last week of Park County’s first mammoth remains sent federal, state and local officials scrambling.

A Saturday morning fire that claimed a Powell man’s motorhome was no accident, authorities say.

For the last year and a half, state agents in Powell and Casper surveilled a group of people that they believed were trafficking drugs in Park County and other parts of the state.

On a 4-2 vote Tuesday night, Cody school board trustees approved a policy allowing trained staff to carry concealed firearms in schools.

Mammoth remains found west of Cody

Skeletal remains found at the Buffalo Bill Reservoir this week appear to belong to an ancient mammoth.

Powell school board members were scheduled to decide Wednesday whether they wanted to start drafting a policy that would allow trained staff to carry concealed weapons.

Instead, the board voted unanimously to create a proactive safety and security plan for Park County School District No. 1.

Where some might see an old school bus, the Yellowstone Burners see the potential for a double-decked saddle-topped saloon.

Hackers hinder Park County email accounts

A foreign hacker apparently gained access to a few Park County government email accounts last week, briefly using them to send out a slew of spam.

With a growing number of patients, Powell’s Heritage Health Center is looking to remodel its downtown office.

“We are running out of space very quickly in our current building,” says Heritage Health Center Executive Director Colette Mild.

Griz hunt regulations set

Hunters worried opponents may attempt to hijack license process

The season is set and the regulations published for the first Wyoming grizzly hunt in more than 40 years.

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