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After running deep deficits for several years, Sleeping Giant Ski Area plans to cease its winter operations at the end of this season. The board of the nonprofit Yellowstone Recreations … more
Years in the making, the Bureau of Land Management is on the cusp of purchasing 1,820 acres of land on Sheep Mountain, west of Cody. On Wednesday, the BLM announced it’s opening a formal … more
A jury convicted a Wapiti man of first-degree murder for killing his wife and a judge ordered the 77-year-old to spend the rest of his life in prison. But Dennis K. Klingbeil is hoping that the … more
The Powell High School gym rumbled with robots this month as students from across the state engaged in some friendly competition. The Robo Rumble was a scrimmage that brought out students from … more
Individuals interested in earning their commercial driver’s license (CDL) will soon be able to do so through the Northwest College Center for Training and Development. This new non-credit … more
Powell High School has been honored for its efforts to keep student-athletes safe. The National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) recently gave PHS its Safe Sports School award. The … more
On Thursday, Jan. 16, around 7:20 p.m., some residents of Powell reported seeing a string of lights in the sky. Among them was Powell High School sophomore Jace Bohlman. He lives 3 miles southwest … more
An independent review of the Park County government’s finances again found no significant problems. The annual audit — performed by Carver, Florek and James, CPAs of Sheridan and … more
On Monday, Jan. 27, Buffalo Bill Center of the West Executive Director and CEO Peter Seibert will present a fast-paced program about railroads and tourism in the American West. Seibert is being … more
The heritage of guided big game hunts in the Absaroka Mountains will be explored during a program at the Powell Library next week. The Thursday, Jan. 30 talk on early hunting in Park County begins at … more
The Paintbrush Piecers Quilt Guild is starting the new year with new and returning officers, new ideas for programs and a new challenge for members. The guild invites anyone to join who is … more
Powell High School students interested in exploring a variety of careers and gaining workforce experience before they graduate can now do so through the Northwest College Center for Training and … more
DOUGLAS (WNE) — A Montana man was charged Dec. 31 with possession of meth and possession of meth with intent to deliver, both felonies, after allegedly being caught with 4.9 pounds of meth and … more
JACKSON (WNE) — A federal grand jury has indicted Teton County man Bryan Jones and three co-defendants for conspiracy to distribute and manufacture a metric ton of marijuana and conspiracy to … more
Gov. Mark Gordon has ordered both the U.S. and State of Wyoming flags to be flown at half-staff statewide from sunrise until sunset on Friday in honor of the late Wamsutter EMS paramedic Michael … more
CertainTeed Gypsum is permanently closing its drywall manufacturing facility in Cody, putting several dozen employees out of work and dealing a bitter blow to the area’s economy. The drywall … more
This year’s legislative session is all about budgets, and with revenue forecasts predicting a decline, the debates over spending cuts versus taxes are at the forefront. The Legislature is … more
An Indiana man who illegally rappelled into the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone this month before being pulled out by rescuers says he was searching for hidden treasure. Dave Christensen, 55, is … more
Park County’s website is getting a more than $36,000 overhaul — or maybe not. Commissioners decided last month that, even amid a tight budget, upgrading the county’s web presence … more
Needed improvements and maintenance to the City of Powell’s infrastructure will likely require a 1 percent specific purpose tax to pay for it all, Mayor John Wetzel said recently. At the top … more
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