Healthcare providers being stretched by COVID
Hospitals in northern Wyoming and southern Montana are being strained by the recent surge in cases of COVID-19, public health …
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Terry Cronin faces long recovery following workplace accident
Terry Cronin always tries to look at the bright side. And he still has his sense of humor, despite having major portions of his feet …
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Northwest College board grants president authority to manage COVID restrictions
The Northwest College Board of Trustees voted Monday to leave COVID-19 response measures in the hands of the college’s …
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Protesters urge noncompliance with COVID vaccine mandates
Dozens of residents gathered in Cody on Saturday to rally against the mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations proposed by President Joe …
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Powell man remains hospitalized after Sunday crash
A 27-year-old Powell man remained hospitalized in Billings on Wednesday, after suffering severe injuries in a Sunday evening crash …
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Some $1.18 million worth of art sold at Cody sale
When the gavel dropped on the final piece of artwork at the 40th annual Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale, nearly $1.18 million worth …
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Bison to be butchered with ancient tools at Meeteetse event
As part of an educational program, the Meeteetse Museums will soon butcher a cow bison with stone tools. The project is a type of …
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Groups mapping shamanistic activity of the past
With September being Archaeology Awareness Month in Wyoming, the Shoshone National Forest, Meeteetse Museums, and National Bighorn …
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Charity rodeo set for Saturday in Thermopolis
The Battles of Warriors Bulls and Broncs charity rodeo is scheduled for Saturday in Thermopolis. The event will benefit Jordan and …
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Panthers win dual with Cody
Undefeated heading into a Tuesday dual with rival Cody, members of the Powell High School girls’ swim team continued their …
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Four Trapper players nationally ranked
After a mediocre 2020-21 volleyball campaign, Northwest College sophomores Jacie Walker, Sabree Adams, Paige Weimer and other members …
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Trapper men’s soccer improves on road
Improvement was one of the main goals for the Northwest College men’s soccer team as they took a long 16-hour road trip to …
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Good Old Boys
Amid colder temperatures, the Good Old Boys golf league at Powell Golf Club swung back on Tuesday with “Mutt and Jeff” as …
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Panthers shut out Douglas
The Powell Panthers continued their undefeated campaign, holding the Douglas Bearcats to 141 yards of total offense during a …
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Golf ends season on high note
In its final event of the season, the Powell High School golf team continued to improve, as the young squad posted its best round at …
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Obituaries
Steven R. Montanez Steven R. Montanez, 73, of Powell died Monday, Sept. 20, 2021, at Billings Clinic. A Rosary will be held Thursday, Sept. 23, at 7 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Lovell. Funeral …
Todd Howard Smith Todd Howard Smith passed away Sept. 2, 2021, in Billings, Montana.  Todd was born on May 23, 1961, in Powell, to Howard and Donna Smith.  Todd was a sports enthusiast. He excelled at …
Cindy Munger Hooper Cindy passed away at Spirit Mountain Hospice after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born in Seattle, Washington, and spent her younger years in Edmonds, Washington. At the age of 10, the …
Raymond Rodriguez Raymond Rodriguez, 98, passed away at his residence on Sept. 17, 2021.  Raymond was born on Feb. 5, 1923, in Powell, to Joseph Rodriguez and Jessie Garcia. He lived in Powell.  He …
Linda Jean (Saunders) Iverson Linda Jean (Saunders) Iverson passed away on Sept. 17, 2021, at the Billings Clinic Hospital in Billings, Montana. Graveside services will be Saturday, Sept. 25, at the Otto Cemetery in Basin, at 2 …
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