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CJ Baker

The owners of a Clark facility for troubled teenage girls are suing three former patients over disparaging remarks they’ve made about the business.

Local entertainers, helpers being sought

It’s still early June, but preparations for the 2016 Park County Fair already are well underway.

The owner of a Meeteetse ranch is coming to the defense of a Cody man charged with illegal outfitting, saying the man has been wrongly accused.

Filing for bankruptcy will not only help Powell Valley Healthcare deal with a slew of malpractice lawsuits brought by former patients of Dr. Jeff Hansen; the bankruptcy process should also help “maximize” the amount of money that those patients will be able to receive in compensation, one of Powell Valley Healthcare’s bankruptcy attorneys said last week.

Blevins and Krone announce candidacies

August’s primary election will feature contested races for the Park County Commission and for at least a couple local legislative seats.

Reason for engine’s failure a mystery

Federal investigators have determined that a failed engine likely caused a pilot to lose control of his plane and crash west of Cody last year. However, after months of investigation, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) was unable to figure out why the left engine of the rented Cessna T310R stopped working.

A Cody man caught with a significant amount of methamphetamine and a stolen revolver last fall will spend the next seven years in federal prison.

After a slow start to the filing period, candidates are starting to join the races for Park County’s elected offices.

Local voters still appear unwilling to add an extra cent of sales tax if it’s for a vague mix of improvements to roads, bridges and sewer systems. But they might increase the tax if it was for a specific set of infrastructure projects, suggest the results of a recent survey.

How a breakdown in communication left inmate in the lurch last year

As the days in the Park County Detention Center turned into weeks and then months, Shay B. Wilson was assured that authorities in Montana were working through the paperwork and would be coming soon to pick him up.

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