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Wyoming lawmakers are weighing legislative action to help resolve a shortage of public defenders that has forced judges to call on private attorneys. The Judiciary Committee decided last week to … more
Dozens of handmade quilts will be on display at the Yellowstone Quilt Fest from Sept. 12-14 in Cody. This year’s theme is “What’s Blooming in Wyoming?” “There will be … more
Throughout the month of October, the Meeteetse Museums will offering the program “Stuff and Nonsense: Taking Care of Your Family Heirlooms.” The program is structured around four … more
You can expect to see a “complete revamp” of the way that the Wyoming Business Council carries out its economic diversification efforts, Gov. Mark Gordon said Friday. “I … more
In a rare Powell stop, Wyoming Game and Fish commissioners are bringing their meeting to the Northwest College campus next week. For president David Rael, it’s his last chance to formally meet … more
Powell luthier Anton Lehman recently completed the requirements to become a gold status repairman for Fender Musical Instrument Corporation. There are few gold-level status repairmen and they are … more
Describing COVID-19’s impact on Detroit as “horror,” Bart Doyle doesn’t want his hometown of Powell to be hit by the coronavirus. “It would be beyond devastating to … more
On Friday — the weekend before the official opening of the American Dream Drive-in — business was hopping. Shawn Blajszczak was at the gate early. He worked quickly, setting up … more
Work continues to address the sediment issues at Willwood Dam. Two years ago, repair work on the dam released sediment into the Shoshone River, which turned the Shoshone River waters below the dam … more
Friends, colleagues and family members gathered at Northwest College’s Cabre Gym on Wednesday to say goodbye to Calvin Sanders, a longtime firefighter, businessman and Little League … more
It was a busy weekend for Cody police. Between early Friday morning and Sunday night, Cody officers made nine arrests — including five people suspected of driving while under the influence … more
Powell Middle School recently named dozens of sixth, seventh and eighth grade students to the second semester honor roll. more
Work on Absaroka Street has created some inconvenience to residents, but the headaches were expected. The good news is the project is on track to finish on time. “I’d say we’re a … more
When he first heard Healthy Park County’s plans for this year’s fair, Commissioner Joe Tilden was a little incredulous. “Water in the beer garden?!” Tilden asked, … more
Northwest College is seeking individuals and families to participate in the Friendship Family Program, which provides support and friendship to international students from around the world. The … more
Acclaimed essayist Mary Laura Philpott is scheduled to deliver Northwest College’s annual Winifred S. Wasden Reading Thursday, Sept. 12, at 7 p.m. in the Yellowstone Building Conference … more
A boat ramp at the Afterbay river launch is a popular place to launch on the Bighorn River, inside the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area outside of Fort Smith, Montana. On a busy morning, you … more
An Arctic system hitting the Powell area has the entire state looking to pull mittens and long johns out of storage this week. “Everyone is in the same boat,” said Ralph Estell, a … more
Derailed again by freezing temperatures, the area sugar beet harvest is nearing an uncertain end. But Western Sugar Cooperative is not yet throwing in the towel with 30 percent of the 2019 beet … more
Chris Pelletier sent $1,000 to Santa to go grocery shopping this week. After he added that food to all the material already donated, Pelletier dropped off a total of 2,208 pounds of food to Powell … more
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