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After hearing complaints  from Park County commissioners and others, the Wyoming Department of Transportation dropped the speed limit on Wyo. Highway 120, just south of Cody. In September, … more
In his first-ever press conference as governor-elect, Mark Gordon made a pledge to his new constituency to make fiscal transparency his No. 1 priority in his first year in office. A little more … more
Parents of 5-year-olds sometimes face a dilemma: Their child is old enough for kindergarten, but not quite ready for school. To help those students, Powell school leaders are discussing the … more
Under newly modified rules, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is now able to transfer grizzly bears to government agencies and organizations outside the state, at least in theory. The intent … more
As Mozambique looks for ways to develop its oil, gas and other industries, a couple of officials from the African country are turning to the Powell area for possible ideas and partnerships. Last … more
After years of studying and brainstorming, a local working group has come up with a list of ways to help prevent sediment from clogging up the Shoshone River south of Powell. The group formed … more
It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas. From jazzy jingles to holy hymns, Powell students will perform a wide range of holiday melodies in the weeks leading up to Christmas. Schools … more
Saturday’s Soroptimist Creative Craft Fair will feature nearly 80 vendors. The popular craft fair takes place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Park County Fairgrounds in Powell. Santa Claus will … more
The Eastern Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is one of the most intact ecosystems in the lower 48 states, and managing the system is made more complex by the movement patterns of ungulates — … more
Two Park County Sheriff’s deputies completed basic training at the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy last week and will now assume their new duties as patrol deputies. Deputy Tyler Patterson … more
The 2020 Open Enrollment period for individual health insurance is more than halfway done. At the end of week three, enrollment is down from the previous year, according to the Enrollment Snapshot … more
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding public meetings and seeking comments on its revised chronic wasting disease (CWD) management plan. The revised CWD plan will be posted online … more
The Wyoming Business Council teamed up with the Wyoming Beef Council, the Wyoming Stock Growers Association and the Wyoming Meat Processors Association to promote Wyoming-grown beef at last … more
LARAMIE (WNE) — The Albany County Planning and Zoning Commission opted this month not to pursue any regulations for short-term rentals, like Airbnb and Vrbo. In September, residents in the … more
RAWLINS (WNE) — A Colorado man has pleaded not guilty to assault and battery after allegedly firing a gun at another man inside a Rawlins motel. Craig, Colorado, resident Ernesto Garcia-Luna … more
A fire severely damaged a house on North Bent Street on Wednesday night, though the two people in the home were able to safely make it out of the residence. more
Due to high winds and blizzard-like conditions in the Bighorn Mountains, the section of U.S. Highway 14-A between Burgess Junction and Lovell closed for the season on Wednesday afternoon. The Wyoming … more
Western Sugar Cooperative has officially declared that any unharvested sugar beets will not be accepted. Last week’s announcement effectively ends the 2019 harvest — and means that all … more
As soon as a jury convicted Dennis Klingbeil of first-degree murder in August for killing his wife, the 77-year-old was all-but-guaranteed to spend the rest of his life in a Wyoming … more
U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi is tired of failed efforts to resolve a $12 billion backlog of maintenance projects in the country’s national parks. The Wyoming Republican insists his newly proposed … more
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