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Tessa Baker

On the morning of July 20, 1933, a doctor in rural Powell delivered a baby boy named Don Faxon. Hours later, the doctor was called to another Powell home and delivered a baby girl, Janie Anderson.

The two would end up sharing more than just a birthday — they have shared a lifetime together.

Decisions made in Cheyenne or Washington, D.C., can seem abstract. Until, that is, your health care coverage changes, your taxes go up or your child’s teacher loses her job.

A couple of local lawmakers faced some pointed questions on guns and global warming at a Saturday town hall meeting.

For many of us, pets become part of our families. Whether it’s a dog happily greeting you after a long day or a cat curled up alongside you on a wintry evening, pets are affectionate companions. Given how sweet and loving they can be, it’s difficult to think about all the unwanted animals who don’t have homes.

A musical filled with dancing, courting, brawling, a barn-raising and a shotgun wedding promises to entertain audiences at Powell High School this weekend.

When Jay Curtis applied to be superintendent of the Powell school district, he said it would be his “dream job.”

The Powell school board unanimously voted Thursday evening to hire Jay Curtis as the next superintendent of Park County School District No. 1.

Should guns be allowed in the Wapiti school — or any K-12 school in Wyoming?

When many of us hear details about a $400 million deficit, mill levy increases and the Legislative Stabilization Reserve Account, our eyes start to glaze over.

And then there were three.

In the search for a new superintendent to lead Park County School District No. 1, Jay Curtis of Meeteetse, Mike Hamel of Laramie and Curtis Finch of Big Rapids, Michigan, were selected as the three finalists from a pool of 18 applicants.

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