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As light streamed through a wide window on a sleepy Sunday, John Greet heard a song he liked, politely asked the cutest girl in the bar to dance — he’s always the gentleman — and … more
The Wyoming Supreme Court disbarred a former Torrington municipal judge after a lawyers’ disciplinary board found he’d slept with a client of his private law practice and lied to … more
Spring and early summer were “colder and wetter than ever before, a record setting year,” says the top Forest Service officer in the area. But the word to cabin owners in the Wapiti … more
Award-winning Wyoming author Alyson Hagy will discuss her latest book “Scribe” Thursday, Oct. 17, at 6:30 p.m. in Grizzly Hall at the Park County Library in Cody. A reception before the … more
By posing as one of Subway’s corporate officials, a phone scammer tricked a teenage employee into handing over roughly $700 from the Powell store’s cash register last week. The scammer … more
On Thursday at Northwest College, Park Ranger Christy Fleming from the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area will share the ins and outs of building a resume and applying for a job with the … more
The traffic on the private canal roads has been growing and so have the problems, said Randy Watts, manager of the Heart Mountain district. As of April 5, travel by automobiles and ATVs on the roads will be considered trespassing and violators … more
Park County should be well-represented in the Wyoming Legislature on issues related to education, agriculture and travel in the coming years. For the 2019 and 2020 sessions of the Legislature, local … more
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
There’s no denying trout is king in the Big Horn Basin, but it’s good to have a little diversity. Now, there’s a newly rehabilitated fishing destination full of largemouth bass just … more
Have you ever heard of a “blood–brain barrier”? If you haven’t, you may want to attend the next AAUW (American Association of University Women) meeting being held Thursday at … 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
In celebration of the 150th anniversary of women’s suffrage, the Northwest College Women in the West course is hosting the second event in its “Women in the West” speaker series. … more
If Park County residents ever need to evacuate, they can expect to follow a process of “Ready, Set, Go!” Local authorities recently decided to use that standard language for any type … 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
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