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It did not take long for the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees to agree that the world does indeed need more cowboys and cowgirls. After less than half an hour of discussion at their meeting … more
Buffalo Bill State Park is hosting an Osprey presentation by Mary Oechsner on Saturday, from 6–7 p.m. at Shreve Lodge. Oechsner, a retired U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist, will … more
Ronald and Michelle Chouinard announce the engagement of their daughter, Shelbe Rae Chouinard of Powell, to Bryce James Kelso of Greybull, son of Michael Kelso and Gretchen Gasvoda. The … more
Park County commissioners plan to cut their support of the Powell, Cody and Meeteetse recycling programs in the coming year. In a split 3-2 decision last week, commissioners opted to halve their … more
“That’s it?” the 36-year-old Cody resident asked when a prosecutor recommended his bond be set at a combined total of $150,000. Earlier, he made a sarcastic argument to be released. “I believe this person is not a threat to society at … more
The wait is over: A new sculpture has been installed next to the Yellowstone Building at Northwest College. Denver artist Jodie Cooper’s two-part steel sculpture, “Infinite Pattern … more
A historic guest ranch just west of Wapiti has new owners. The Bill Cody Ranch was recently purchased by Jelks Ranch Holdings LLC, made up of family members Renee, Mark and John Jelks. The Jelks … more
Jay Cox recently represented the Powell area at Wyoming Boys’ State. Held annually in June at the state fairgrounds in Douglas, the event offers high school juniors from across the state a … more
Johns built a grid-tie system with 21 solar panels to provide electricity for his home in the Powell area. “I look at it as an investment,” he said. “As soon as the system’s paid off, then it’s all free.” Johns’ solar panels … more
The Paint the Town Red initiative has its root in Powell Economic Partnership’s strategic plan discussions that pointed to a desire to gain more of a “college town” feel in Powell, according to NWC President Stefani Hicswa. “Since NWC’s … more
A proposal to use state dollars to help build a new hotel and conference center in Powell received the backing of Park County commissioners last week, though it was a hesitant … more
Wildlife consultant and ethnobotanist John Mionczynski will be the featured speaker at the next Draper Natural History Museum Lunchtime Expedition lecture at the Buffalo Bill Center of the … more
Healthcare can be a great career, and Powell Valley Healthcare started a program this year to get Powell High School students interested in the industry. It’s an afterschool, paid job … more
“When our small congregation bought the school, we thought, ‘What in the world are we going to do with this space?’” Mary said. The Thomases had envisioned transforming the Southside building into a place to worship, purchased for a song … more
Smith has spent his life seeking the answer. A distinguished research professor of geophysics and geology and emeritus professor of geophysics at the University of Utah, coordinating scientist of the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory and director for … more
As many artisans in the business of Western design near retirement, there aren’t a lot of new people getting into the industry. But if all goes as planned, graduates of a new internship program … more
Heart Mountain Interpretive Center will host a community screening of Cactus Productions’ new documentary film, “Return to Foretop’s Father,” on Saturday. The event will begin … more
SHERIDAN (WNE) — Weatherby, Inc. officially opened the doors of its Sheridan manufacturing facility Thursday, kicking off an operation that officials believe will be a boon to both the local … more
Admission had been $5 per car. After completing a cost benefit analysis, park officials found they were actually losing money by collecting entrance fees. In a Tuesday news release, park officials said Bighorn Canyon spent $194,892 collecting … more
“We’re looking at what to do with ExpressCare,” said PVHC Executive Director Terry Odom. “Volume in ExpressCare is half of what it was a couple years ago.” Two subcommittees are considering different options, Odom said. One is looking … more
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