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The Powell City Council is ending some measures it had enacted beginning in March to help residents during the COVID-19 pandemic. At the end of May, the city will begin collecting late fees and … more
This summer, construction crews will make slide repairs to a section of Wyo. Highway 296, the Chief Joseph Highway, to stabilize the area and repair a dip in the road. The Wyoming Transportation … more
The Summer Food Service Program will provide free lunches to local children starting Monday and running through July 31. Lunches will be served each weekday from noon to 1 p.m. at the large picnic … more
Several students with local ties will serve as senators in the Associated Students of the University of Wyoming (ASUW) in the coming year. Danna Hanks of Powell, who is studying pharmacy, will … more
Anyone interested in tracking the progress of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s plans for a new regional office in Cody can visit a special webpage or sign up for email … more
Collapsing energy prices and the COVID-19 pandemic are expected to cost Wyoming up to $1.5 billion in revenues through June 2022, preliminary estimates released Tuesday show, setting the stage for … more
Wyoming’s Department of Corrections has yet to report a confirmed COVID-19 case among its inmates, according to the department, even as state and federal prisons nationwide have proven hotbeds … more
Chip sealing of a $2.6 million pavement improvement project is scheduled for next week between Meeteetse and Cody. The fog seal and chip seal is scheduled to begin Tuesday, said Wyoming Department … more
The Prevent T2 program hosted by Powell Valley Healthcare — originally scheduled to begin March 17 — is now set to begin Tuesday, June 9. The program is designed to help prevent or at … more
The Cody Stampede Rodeo — the city’s marquee event of the summer — has become the latest victim of the COVID-19 pandemic. On Wednesday, Cody Stampede Board President Mike Darby … more
A roughly half-hour-long power outage that hit Powell and other parts of Park County on Wednesday afternoon was caused by a problem with the regional distribution line. A piece of equipment failed … more
After having few cases in the first months of the pandemic, the Big Horn Basin has recently seen “a significant spread of COVID-19,” Park County’s health officer said last … more
Although the battle between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden may draw the most attention, there are a slew of other state and local races on the ballot in 2020. Up for … more
An Indiana treasure seeker who had to be rescued by park rangers after illegally rappelling into the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone last winter has received multiple penalties for his actions. David … more
Just after lunch, dark clouds moved in overhead and a cold rain began to fall. The storm was expected, but the crew couldn’t see it approaching at Dead Indian Campground — far below the … more
A lot of unknowns are making planning all but impossible, but the Northwest College Board of Trustees has initiated discussions on the budget for fiscal year 2021. The preliminary budget projects … more
Area birders have been surprised to find Powell’s sole designated birding area closed to public access in recent months. The gate to the area at the city sewage treatment ponds, which … more
The stretch of U.S. Highway 14-A between Burgess Junction and Lovell opened for the season on Thursday. The annual opening of U.S. 14-A is dependent upon favorable weather. “Drivers are … more
An adult male grizzly was captured southwest of Cody on Sunday and relocated to another area by members of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s large carnivore team. The bear was captured … more
Energy Share of Wyoming’s Board of Directors has voted to reopen the season for utility bill payment for qualifying individuals. The move is the result of two large donations to Energy Share of … more
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