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An Indiana man will serve two-and-a-half years in federal prison for his role in defrauding hospitals in Powell and Monticello, Ind., out of more than $1.69 million.

A provocative billboard opposing hunting and trapping of the region’s wolves was abruptly removed last week after an outcry from the Cody community.

Fired founder in bitter dispute with current owner

A judge has rejected a request from the founder of a Cody pharmaceutical manufacturer to partially shut down the facility and reinstate him as CEO.

Former Powell Valley Healthcare CEO and current fugitive Paul Cardwell remains nowhere to be found, but his attorneys still must defend him, a judge reiterated last week.

Cardwell is being prosecuted and sued for allegedly defrauding Powell Valley Healthcare out of nearly $848,000 between March and September 2011.

He retained attorneys Robert W. York of Indiana and Robert W. Horn of Jackson in early 2012 to defend him. Cardwell reportedly told his attorneys he would take a plea deal, but dropped off the map in August 2012, shortly before he was set to finalize the deal.

Local residents could one day find some locally-produced milk, ice cream, butter, yogurt or cheese on their grocery store shelves if things go the way a Park County dairy hopes.

A former Powell police officer accused of having unwanted sexual contact with a woman while on duty in 2011 has pleaded not guilty to the felony charge against him.

Two young Cody men charged with murdering three Clark residents agreed Wednesday to let the charges against them proceed toward a trial.

The process of detaining individuals deemed mentally ill remains in a state of some confusion in Park County following a Wyoming Supreme Court decision that reduced county attorneys’ role in the process.

The Park County Sheriff’s Office wasted no time in getting Myron J. Friday into the state’s custody after he accepted a life-long prison sentence for murdering his wife.

Mulls lowering landfill rate

Park County isn’t letting the city of Powell take its trash to Big Horn County without a fight.

Park County commissioners have objected to Big Horn County’s plans to expand its landfill in Cowley to take in Powell’s trash. The commission is challenging the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality’s approval of the expansion.