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With mule deer buck ratios below objective in the upper Shoshone River herd unit (hunt areas 110-115), the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will hold hunters to a four-point antler point restriction. Doe harvests will also be reduced west of Powell this fall due to low populations.

Renovations to Northwest College’s Johnson Fitness Center are being accelerated.

Mackenzie Scott didn’t come from a farming background. But at the urging of friends she fell in love with showing hogs while in 4-H.

Growing up gardening

Powell fourth-grade student loves to garden, honored as statewide winner in cabbage contest

A giant 11-pound cabbage earned Korbyn Warren statewide recognition, but the plant was just one of many the young gardener grew last year.

The four mares and a foal moved slowly as they browsed through Mustang Flats, with at least two ears up at all time.

Kyle Rohrer will soon drop “assistant” from his job title at Powell Middle School.

In climbing vernacular, a “first ascent” is the culmination of one’s climbing career.

Wyoming’s controversial effort to breed the greater sage grouse in captivity has suffered a setback, as the only state-certified game bird farm has decided to take a pass on collecting eggs this spring.

With widespread support from educators and parents, the Powell school district is moving to a 4.5-day school week, starting in August.

Maintenance roads for the Heart Mountain Irrigation District have been used for decades by those seeking outdoor recreation. Unfortunately, the roads have also been abused. The district has now taken the first step to permanently close them to the public.

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