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Chris Queen, who had been hunting elk, told investigators he was returning to his horses around 6:30 p.m. when he came upon the grizzly sow and three cubs. The grizzly initially made a “bluff charge,” Park County Sheriff’s Office spokesman … more
Emotions ran high, with some veterans asking why they had to leave doctors who had been caring for them for many years, while others wondered how the transition will work. For the last 18 years, the Veterans Affairs Community Based Outreach … more
A plea agreement in Gib Condie’s case was filed Monday afternoon in Wyoming’s U.S. District Court, according to court records. The document itself was not made public, meaning the proposed agreement will likely remain unknown until it’s … more
“It was too labor intensive for the Game and Fish,” Capron said. “So I thought it would be perfect for us.” Walking area canals, catching as many trout as possible and returning them to their native waters, Capron has been there every … more
Faulty sluice gates had contributed to a large amount of sediment backed up behind the dam. When repairs had to be made, the silt was carried down river along with debris — including many dozens of tires that had been illegally dumped in the river … more
Ordinance No. 21 — which would prohibit driving while using a cellular telephone with the potential of some exceptions — was approved unanimously by the Powell City Council at its first reading on Oct. 16. The approval opens the door for two … more
Popular with outdoor enthusiasts — including hiking, biking, hunting and fishing in the warm months and snowmobilers in the winter — the remote High Lakes area is in the Beartooth Mountain range near the Montana border. Committee chairman … more
“I will never be the person I was before nurse Guty raped me,” the woman said in Park County’s District Courtroom on Monday. Park County prosecutors say that the nurse, 47-year-old Robert W. Guty, stuck his fingers into the woman’s … more
Murray was cutting hay when he caught a sudden movement out of the corner of his eye. He slammed on the brakes and jumped out of the tractor. There on the ground was a spotted mule deer fawn no more than a day or two old. Deer love to bed in hay … more
The Gray Wolf State Management Act (H.R. 424), a bill introduced by U.S. Reps. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., and Collin Peterson, D-Minn., passed the House Natural Resources Committee on Oct. 4. “For far too long our court system has been abused by … more
“You are getting, in my view, a recommendation for an exceedingly lenient disposition in your favor on this felony charge,” District Court Judge Marvin Tyler told Krone on Thursday, as he prepared to sentence him on one felony county of larceny … more
At his side, his daughter Shelby started to follow her father’s advice as he walked her through the steps to load her rifle, line up, switch off the safety and look for the perfect shot — just like they practiced. Shelby, 12, was after her first … more
After a busy summer, the local food pantry needs to replenish its shelves going into the holiday season. “We are down on everything … peanut butter, tuna, pasta, soups, vegetables, fruit — everything,” said Cindy Balderas, treasurer for … more
Now, the State of Wyoming wants to ensure those who live and work in Yellowstone fulfill one obligation of being a Wyoming resident: registering their vehicles in the state. At the request of Gov. Matt Mead and members of Wyoming’s … more
In hopes of finding out how the community feels about the school calendar, the Powell school district is surveying parents and employees. Among the questions: “Do you think the district should consider an alternative calendar in the future, … more
Current fall enrollment at NWC sits at 1,677 students, 1,535 of whom are considered full time equivalent (FTE) for the 2017 fall semester. That’s down 2 percent from a year ago. “We’re down slightly, but that number creeps up throughout the … more
“We’ve been steadily enrolling [students],” said Jay Curtis, superintendent of Powell schools. “There’s more kids moving in all the time.” He said the district is enrolling four more students this week. Interestingly, this year’s … more
“We especially want to listen,” said Dan Thompson, supervisor of the large carnivore program for the Game and Fish. “Most everybody has some interest in grizzlies.” The sessions — one of which will be scheduled in Cody — won’t be … more
Local governments and organizations have already pledged around $13,750 toward the new reader board, which is expected to cost around $23,000. Now, Powell Economic Partnership (PEP) — which manages the chamber’s operations — plans to ask local … more
Hirsch didn’t scout the area he planned to hunt on Sunday; he knew the wolves would be there. At about 10:15 a.m. Sunday, he spotted a lone male wolf. Figuring it was an outcast from the area pack, Hirsch took the smaller, jet black wolf with a … more
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