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If you ask kids whether they’d like a half-day off from school every week, you’ll likely get a resounding yes.

But adults may feel differently.

Numbers have historically been tied to state’s unemployment rate

Preliminary data indicates that enrollment at Northwest College may have dipped a little from last year.

When taking roll call in Powell classrooms, 1,835 students are present this year.

Park County School District No. 1 saw an increase of about 1.4 percent — or 25 students — in enrollment this fall.

Game and Fish ready to talk about bears

Informal meetings an invitation to discuss management options, hunting

Before making decisions on how to best manage grizzly bears in the state, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department plans to host “scoping meetings” to discuss the issue with the public.

Chamber raising funds for new sign

Getting a new electronic sign for the Powell Valley Chamber of Commerce will be a community-wide effort.

Wolf hunts resume

Powell resident again one of the first to harvest a wolf

When Mike Hirsch woke up Saturday and found no injunctions on the state’s wolf hunt, he went and purchased a tag.

Before figuring out whether to allow school staff to have concealed weapons on campus, the Cody school board wants to find out if anyone would sign up.

With Cody Hall closed this year due to problems with moisture and mold, Northwest College leaders are taking a serious look at options for the residence hall — and at their overall housing strategy for the campus.

In nearly every subject and grade, Powell students scored above the state average in this year’s standardized tests.

The cutthroat trout conservation team at Yellowstone National Park expects to break a record this year, ridding Yellowstone Lake of more than 360,000 lake trout. The high mark was set last year, with 358,000 removed from the lake.

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