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The protests in Washington, D.C., in which a group of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol building and forced it to be evacuated, were disturbing to say the least. As these events unfolded, … more
Following a series of unthinkable events in 2020, the new year brought yet another terrible day for our country. On Wednesday,  as lawmakers convened to certify the Electoral College votes for … more
Our Opinion Page was ready for the pressroom Wednesday when some of the worst of the past year played out before our eyes on national television from our nation’s capital. In a disgraceful, … more
The approach of the new year comes with a strange mixture of trepidation and relief. more
After weeks of intense negotiations and delay, Congress passed a new $900 billion COVID-19 stimulus package and a $1.4 trillion spending bill last week. more
After a year that could most kindly be called a rollercoaster, we can see the end in sight. Not only of the calendar year, but with vaccines being shipped to healthcare facilities around the world, … more
Amid a pandemic that has brought wave after wave of uncertainty, frustration and conflicting information, it has become awfully easy to become cynical and suspicious. Just look at how even … more
Through the past year, we here at the Powell Tribune have taken great care to provide accurate information on COVID-19 so readers can assess the magnitude of the risk and take knowledgeable steps to … more
Maybe, just maybe, the year is going to go out with some better news on the COVID front. All indications are there will be at least one vaccine, perhaps two, approved by the year’s end. Great … more
It was just four minutes after the polls closed that the chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, U.S. Sen. Todd Young, R-Indiana, congratulated Cynthia Lummis on her election as … more
Wyoming’s Food Freedom Act exemplifies the values of this great state, namely our commitment to letting businesses do business.  While almost all states have laws that permit residents … more
Everyone is weary of the pandemic and the restrictions it creates. As a community it is very tempting to say “bah, humbug” about the whole holiday season and bag it until next year. Or to … more
It came as little surprise this month when Park County voters rejected local governments’ request for an additional 1% sales tax. After all, local voters have rejected requests for general … more
It was not the outcome about 77% of Park County voters wanted. Barring the success of some legal challenges to the election in a few battleground states, which appears unlikely, Joe Biden will be … more
Amid a historic presidential election, Americans have been quick to fight with one another, whether it’s bickering on social media or holding dueling protests over ballots. But this week, … more
As the election nears, the federal spigot is flowing with agricultural subsidies. Most estimates of the funding President Donald Trump is promising peg this year’s amount at about $40 billion. … more
A week from today, thousands of Park County residents will head to the polls, joining thousands of others who’ve already cast their ballots. While just about everyone will pick up their ballot … more
Every October for more than 30 years, kids have gone door-to-door in Powell to collect canned goods — a longtime community-wide effort to ensure shelves are replenished at Powell Valley Loaves … more
You know something’s wrong when you live in a state with more cattle than people and you can’t find Wyoming beef in local restaurants and grocery stores. The reason most of us … more
In a normal year, the arrival of flu season would mean we hear about taking extra precautions as influenza starts spreading. But in the not-at-all-normal year of 2020, we’ve taken the most … more
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