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A prosecutor argued in court on Monday that authorities have strong evidence that Dennis Klingbeil murdered his wife, Donna Klingbeil, at their Wapiti home. Park County Attorney Bryan Skoric noted … more
After spending months of tending to their plots at Powell’s community garden, several local residents will not get to enjoy the fruits — or vegetables — of their labor. On … more
It had become a point of pride for volunteers to fill a dumptruck full of garbage during their annual Shoshone River cleanup. But now pride is found in the fact that the effort on the Shoshone has … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — Plans to develop a $17.8 million manufacturing plant in Cheyenne are moving forward. The Wyoming Business Council board recommended last week that the state approve a $9.35 … more
A grizzly bear was relocated to a spot just east of Yellowstone National Park last week, after it killed cattle in the Pinedale area. The sub-adult female was captured and transported to the … more
With the school year set to begin next week, kids can enjoy a Saturday of fun at the Last Splash of Summer. The second annual event takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Park County … more
A longtime local tradition, the holiday event begins Friday with the Country Christmas Gift Show from 2-7 p.m. at The Commons. Vendors also will be at the storefront on the north side of The Commons. Saturday will be busy in downtown Powell. In … more
Park County Sheriff Scott Steward passed by the scene and, based on his counts from the highway, figured there was a minimum of three dozen dead animals. “It happened overnight,” Steward said. “Because I was up there on Thursday [Aug. 31] … more
Up until last week, it was probably legal for Powell residents to relieve themselves in their front yards. But no more. The Powell City Council passed an ordinance explicitly stating that you … more
In recent weeks, more than a dozen women have contacted the Park County Sheriff’s Office to report being abused at a Clark facility for troubled teenage girls. The allegations — from 15 … more
JACKSON (WNE) — A former Jackson resident and antler-dealing businessman has been prosecuted for taking hundreds of pounds of cut-up elk horn that was illegally gathered and hidden on closed … more
A wildfire is burning on the eastern edge of Yellowstone National Park, near its border with the Shoshone National Forest. Mapped at 29 acres as of Tuesday, smoke from the Pollux Fire may be … more
In addition to donning a badge and gun, a school resource officer wears many hats — investigating when a theft is reported at the high school, helping with a middle school dance, attending a … more
Non-citizens are a vital source of labor for Park County businesses. That was one of the takeaways from a panel of speakers who offered an eye-opening glimpse into how vital foreign workers are to … more
Students at Westside Elementary School would be quick to tell you that Diemer invented bubble gum, Abbott pitched in Major League Baseball despite not having a right hand and Wakefield created the first chocolate chip cookie. Third-graders … more
Longtime volunteers gathered around Sally Montoya at her charity boutique in a bittersweet celebration on Christmas Day. It would be the last celebration in almost 70 years of service Montoya has provided to those in need in the Powell area. more
Powell High School band members were honored at the end of the school year. The top students from each grade level were recognized, with Aiden Chandler being named the outstanding freshman and Elisa … more
Check out our 2018 Primary Election Guide! Inside you can find profiles on candidates in contested primary races that will appear on local ballots, as well as coverage on forums and a sample … more
Park County’s two incoming commissioners — Lloyd Thiel and Dossie Overfield — stopped by last week’s Powell City Council meeting to introduce themselves and offer their assistance. Thiel, of Clark, and Overfield, of Cody, were elected by voters in November and will take office in early January. more
A trio of Powell students made the President’s Honor Roll at Casper College for the 2019 spring semester. Sadie Hogan, Katelyn Lang and Mariah Lang each earned the honor. To qualify, … more
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