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From lions on the plains of Africa to polar bears in the freezing snow of the Arctic, big game hunts have taken Wes Vining around the world. Over the decades, he kept detailed notes of the various … more
For deer hunters near Cody, the 2019 hunting seasons will look a little different. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department made changes to the seasons in both the Upper Shoshone mule deer herd (Hunt … more
When the thrill of the hunt is over and everything is done — from sharing the outdoors experience with family and friends to getting the meat processed and organized in the freezer — … more
Owners of more than a dozen cabins and the Buffalo Bill Boy Scout Camp have been ordered to evacuate after a wildfire moved rapidly toward the North Fork highway on Wednesday. more
A typical Tuesday morning at the Ashers’ home started with eggs and bacon for breakfast — protein for Ethan the football player. He yelled “Love you” to his parents as he left … more
A local outbreak of vesicular stomatitis — a highly contagious disease that can afflict horses, livestock, wildlife and even humans — has led to the postponement of this weekend’s … more
Acting on a tip from an informant, law enforcement officers reportedly caught three people in Thermopolis who were preparing to distribute crystal meth around the Big Horn Basin. Stashed in their … more
Powell Recreation District Director Colby Stenerson was all smiles as players approached the first tee of the disc golf course he’d set up at Homesteader Park last week. He’s hoping to … 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
The Bureau of Land Management is inviting volunteers to help make some improvements to the Five Springs Falls Campground on Saturday, Sept. 14. The shared conservation stewardship project is being … more
With more than 3 million acres of public land administered by the Bureau of Land Management in the Big Horn Basin, the area offers access to some of the best hunting opportunities in the … more
Bighorn National Forest managers say fall is a wonderful time to visit the forest and are offering some reminders to make visits safe and enjoyable. Black bears roam throughout the Bighorns, so be … more
The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Park County will be focusing on child and adolescent brain health this year.  The first meeting on the topic will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Cedar … more
Following 10 years of helping local families, the final Hitting 4 Hometown Heros softball tournament will be held this weekend. The Laughlin family, who spearheaded the benefit tourney and fundraiser … 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
LARAMIE (WNE) — Qingfeng Li, who graduated from Laramie High School this spring, has won the national Trig-Stars contest, a competition that tests high schoolers on trigonometry. Li was one … more
RAWLINS (WNE) — A plan to allow evacuated residents near the Pedro Mountain Fire in Carbon County to return to their homes had not been finalized as of Tuesday morning. The Pedro Mountain … more
While American church membership has declined sharply in recent decades, Faith Community Church, located west of Ralston on the Cody/Powell highway, continues to grow. More than 170 people are … more
Carole Dickerson and her late husband, Dr. Bob Dickerson, were longtime residents of Powell until 2017, when they moved to Kansas to be closer to family. In Kansas, Carole took a writing … more
One minute Stephanie Ramsey was watching her daughter practicing on horseback for the Cody Nite Rodeo. The next minute she was covered in her daughter’s blood and calling for help. While … more
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