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CJ Baker

Could the Park County Detention Center become the new home for Carbon County, Mont., inmates?

UPDATE - 1:07 p.m. Wednesday: Park County elections staff realized today that they forgot to include absentee ballots in the unofficial results reported online and to the Secretary of State's Office last night. At least one result -- a Cody school board race -- changed as a result of the error; generally, it's only the vote totals that are changing.

The final day of the Class 3A swim meet didn’t start particularly great for the Powell High School girls, but it sure ended well.

The Lady Panther swim team overcame an early relay disqualification on Saturday to fight off both Lander and Worland for second place at the state meet in Gillette.

Man gets seven to 10 years in prison for 2006 assault, counterfeit cash

Cynthia “Syndie” Block was dying of cancer, five years and 250 miles removed from the attack, yet still she feared the man who’d broken into her Powell apartment and inexplicably, brutally beaten her.

Cody couple the first to get a license

"I just can’t believe that it’s truly happening. We did it.”

Disbelief was one of the emotions Nikki Reid was experiencing Tuesday night as she and Desiree Flowers looked over a Wyoming marriage license allowing the Cody couple to legally wed.

Sending most athletes to state in years

A slew of top finishes and a couple new state qualifiers helped propel the Powell High School girls swim team to second place at the Class 3A West Conference Championships.

Sheriff’s employees help save life aboard flight

Dispatchers from Park County travel to a software conference every year, but the recent event marked the first trip in which they were called upon to save someone’s life.

Voters should keep Park County District Court Judge Steven Cranfill and Circuit Court Judge Bruce Waters on their respectives benches, Wyoming attorneys say.

A Wyoming Game and Fish employee did everything right after mistaking a grizzly bear for a black bear during a 2013 hunting trip: he immediately notified authorities and fully cooperated with their investigation.

But Luke Ellsbury’s mistakes — killing a grizzly bear and firing at it from a spot too close to the North Fork Highway — resulted in more than $10,000 in financial penalties last week. The sentence was roughly in line with similar instances in Park County in recent years.

A Powell day care provider and her husband have been charged with child endangerment for allegedly keeping methamphetamine in the same home where the woman watched other people’s children.

Powell police say they found drug paraphernalia and a small amount of meth during a Friday afternoon search of Mandy and Nick Ringler’s home.

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