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Gov. Mark Gordon announced today that he is extending the state’s current COVID-19-restrictions through the end of April, while adding a new requirement that anyone who enters Wyoming from … more
A plan for the future of student housing at Northwest College has been tabled so the board of trustees can get more community input. The NWC Board of Trustees recently decided to take up the … more
Rock and Christine Hull and their five kids couldn’t take another day inside. Even during normal weekends, the best thing to wear off the boredom and anxiety for the Powell family is a long … more
Paper products, cleaning materials and some food items have been in short supply in the Powell area amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but at Cut & Sew Fabrics, there’s been a recent run on a … more
Although Montana has not closed its borders, Gov. Steve Bullock has specifically asked people not to visit the state while residents there “shelter-in-place.” On Monday, Bullock issued … more
This isn’t the first time local schools were closed and public gatherings banned in a public health defense against a deadly pandemic. Some 100 years ago — when Powell was barely 10 … more
A Cody woman who contracted the new coronavirus has made a complete recovery from the respiratory disease, the Park County health officer said this week. As of Wednesday morning, that remained the … more
Not many know about Big Wash Pond. Some call it Cowley Pond. The spring-fed lake is down a long, dusty unmarked road northwest of town — a favorite for locals. State fish culture specialist … more
Hit with a sledge hammer of demand almost overnight, local grocery stores are working around the clock to keep their shelves stocked with the COVID-19 pandemic overhanging community life. In Powell, … more
Still stinging over criticism of a construction project in the Newcastle area that ran well over budget, the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission has tabled two proposed employee housing projects. The … more
As reported COVID-19 cases continue to go up — and because not everyone who may be ill can be tested — the Wyoming Department of Health is offering advice on what residents who are sick … more
The Small Business Administration and U.S. Treasury Department say they’re working with banks and other lending institutions to have the new $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program up and … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — A total of 56 Wyoming kids with critical illnesses had pending wishes with the Make-A-Wish Foundation before the coronavirus spread across the U.S. Now, for the safety of the … more
As the COVID-19 pandemic disrupts life in the Big Horn Basin, the Cody Country Art League is challenging artists to create a pictorial history of local life during this “unprecedented … more
As we adjust to a new normal amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Powell Tribune is inviting readers to share your "quarantine stories." more
With school facilities now set to remain closed until at least April 20, Powell schools will transition to remote learning beginning Monday. “School will be in session for all 1,830 kids in … more
State Rep. Dan Laursen’s time has finally come. After five years of arguing that Wyoming should stop its twice a year time changes, Laursen’s colleagues in the Legislature have … more
Despite support from Gov. Mark Gordon, strong backing from local lawmakers and no serious opposition, an effort to secure $10 million for a new student center at Northwest College failed in the … more
There’s “a pretty good possibility” that the Wyoming Legislature will call a special session to deal with the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and potentially determine how the … more
Powell Senior Center employee Kat Machado and her fiance Justin Saubert recently went to Down Home Discount to pick up toilet paper. They were hoping to fetch some for the seniors at the center, who … more
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