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Hudson Wilkerson sets school record

It was another great week for the Powell High School boys swim team, as they began the week with a win at Cody and ended it giving defending state champion Lander all they could handle at the Bruce Gresly Invitational in Lander.

Restaurant sets sights on spring opening

A Cody restaurant is expanding to downtown Powell, as Millstone Pizza Company & Brewery plans to move soon into the building that housed Hansel and Gretel’s Restaurant for decades.

On a day that saw an estimated half-million demonstrators participate in the Women’s March on Washington, the Park County Women and Allies March joined similar events around the world in solidarity, marching in downtown Cody Saturday.

But recent work helps avoid disruption to water system

Upgrades made to Powell’s water system last summer are already proving their worth, helping deal with problems with one of the city’s water towers.

Bains scores 17, Londole records double-double

Dawson Community College made it interesting late, but the Northwest College men’s basketball team held on to beat the visiting Buccaneers 70-67 Saturday at Cabre Gym.

Gomes, Marlow lead way for NWC

The last time the Northwest College women’s basketball team squared off against Dawson Community College, the Lady Trappers lost a nail-biter at the buzzer, 71-69, at DCC.

With consistently cold temperatures and a long holiday break for local students, the skating rink at Homesteader Park in Powell has been a popular destination so far this winter.

Tuesday marked the first meeting of the new year for the Powell City Council, but it may have also marked the last meeting for Mayor Don Hillman for a few months.

Four-legged hero donates blood to furry friend in need

The season of giving is here, and with it, reminders of how a simple gesture of kindness can be a life-saver for someone in need. But this season also showed the ability to give isn’t always limited to people.

After four years at the helm, Powell Valley Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jaime Schmeiser is stepping down from the position.

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