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The gray wolf population in Yellowstone National Park has dropped to about 80 wolves, officials say — less than half of the high population mark in the park. While Yellowstone leaders … more
The following students from Park County recently received degrees from the University of Wyoming at the completion of the 2019 spring semester. The following degrees may be included on this list: … more
Country Christmas festivities promise to make this weekend merry and bright in Powell. The annual holiday weekend features a gift show, lighted parade, Christmas tree lighting, Tour of Homes and … more
Students from 14 states and five countries were among the 224 who graduated from Northwest College in May. The following local students received degrees from NWC:   POWELL Aspen … more
In a terse one-liner, beet grower board member Ric Rodriguez sums up the 2019 sugar beet growing season: “It’s been a little different year for us.” And it continues. Rain and … more
The Wyoming Community Development Authority (WCDA) is helping fund a new low-income apartment complex on Powell’s north edge. The WCDA announced earlier this month that it’s awarded … more
You can count on seeing plenty of goats at this year’s Park County Fair. While entries of other animals and items tend to ebb and flow, the number of goats shown at the fair has grown … more
What’s the chance of buying a craft beer at a local brew pub made with malt from barley grown in the area? “Pretty good,” is the confident response of Rick Redd, regional manager … more
A Powell area man who led law enforcement officers on a 86-mile chase at speeds of more than 130 mph — all while reportedly drunk — will serve two months in jail, roughly 17 months of … more
People driving across the bridge on West Yellowstone Highway the morning of Sept. 30 were probably wondering what a group of ladies, some dressed in all pink and others with fancy hats and feathery … more
Concerned with stark data on local mule deer herds, hardcore hunters met with biologists last week to discuss the possibility of new hunting restrictions — perhaps including shorter … more
Picking up tickets for one of the fair’s marquee grandstand events should be a little more convenient this year. In past years, folks picking up “will call” tickets at the … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — Wyoming’s state veterinarian has confirmed additional cases of Vesicular Stomatitis (VSV), a reportable animal disease, across the state. Cases were reported in horses … more
There’s something familiar about Sara Wood’s dream. She already had the majestic purple mountain with deer and antelope. Now she’s adding waves of ancient grains. In her dream, … more
With October marking the official beginning of the 2019-20 influenza season, Wyoming Department of Health representatives are again recommending yearly flu vaccines as the first and most important … more
Boosting enrollment and enhancing cybersecurity were two of Northwest College President Stefani Hicswa’s major points of focus in her State of the College address to NWC employees and trustees … more
The headliner for this year’s Park County Fair will likely need little introduction for local residents. Country musician Ned LeDoux, a Kaycee native and the son of Wyoming legend Chris … more
A Cody man who crashed into a downtown light pole late Thursday night said he swerved to miss a deer; Powell police, however, say he was drunk. The crash occurred shortly before midnight on South … more
Long days, early mornings and late nights of work will culminate in a single afternoon for local youth at the Junior Livestock Sale. FFA and 4-H exhibitors will sell their prized lambs, hogs, … more
The dry bean crop in the Powell area should post an average year in 2019 if September provides finishing time, says Jeff Chapman of Kelly Bean Co. The first beans should be harvested in the Powell … more
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