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With access to some campsites and public bathrooms limited as part of efforts to combat the spread of COVID-19, surrounding areas are feeling the effects in a foul way. The Heart Mountain Ranch … more
With an arm-full of nets and the joy of young, energetic volunteers, citizen scientists headed up Chief Joseph Highway hunting for elusive butterflies. Every year for the past 11 the group has … more
Kanye West’s company is continuing to move forward with its efforts to start up a shoe and apparel manufacturing facility on the City of Cody’s northern edge. Yeezy has “spent … more
A prank caller wasted hours of emergency responders’ time late Wednesday night, falsely claiming that a plane had crashed in the North Fork area. Two Park County Sheriff’s deputies, … more
The number of active cases of COVID-19 in Park County sank significantly over the past week, according to figures from public health officers, as recoveries from the disease outpaced new … more
Two candidates for U.S. Senate and one candidate for Wyoming’s seat in the U.S. House of Representatives spoke in Washington Park last week, at a forum organized by the Powell Economic … more
With President Donald Trump’s signing of the Great American Outdoors Act last week, visitors to National Park Service properties and other federal public lands will get an extra fee-free day … more
Three of Wyoming’s top officials are backing President Donald Trump’s call to hold an additional presidential debate in early September — and they’re requesting it be held in … more
As the new school year begins, Andy MaGill intends to continue serving as a safety manager, bus driver and substitute teacher for the Powell school district. But he’s no longer in one of his … more
A wave of fraudulent phone calls swept through Park County on Thursday, as residents with local phone numbers received automated messages claiming to be from the Social Security Administration. In … more
A study of the movements of mule deer in the northern Bighorn Mountains is expanding this month, with the Wyoming Game and Fish placing more radio collars on adult does. The deer are being captured … more
The community is invited to join American Legion Hughes-Pittinger Post 26 for a Saturday evening picnic. “We’re just inviting everybody to come and check out the renovated hall, see … more
To adapt to changing demands from visitors, Bighorn National Forest officials have expanded the dates with a 14-day limit on camping in one location. The new dates are from June 1 through Sept. … more
In so many words, the pledge was made: “If we need more barley, we’ll buy more.” That was the declaration by Ryan O’Toole, president and COO of Briess Malt & … more
The public health orders that sought to contain the spread of the coronavirus shut down gyms, bars and restaurants. The restrictions left essential industries mostly free to operate, and farmers were … more
Jim Heitholt’s fascination with plants began in his 10th grade biology class. During a class project, they grew corn and soybean plants in a beaker. “For us to be able to take a seed … more
A recent ad campaign by fast food giant Burger King proved to be the last straw for a group of Goshen County ranchers. Burger King released the Impossible Whopper in August 2019, a controversial … more
The Vali Twin Cinema in downtown Powell has stood for over a century. It has survived more than a dozen recessions — including the Great Depression, two world wars and the Spanish and Asian flu … more
As questions about how to go back to school amid the ongoing pandemic swirl around America, Powell school leaders have provided a clear answer to parents: Schools will reopen as scheduled on Tuesday, … more
In the opening moments, it appeared that a forum featuring the four Republicans running for Senate District 18 — Stefanie Bell of Cody, Tim French of Heart Mountain, state Rep. David Northrup … more
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