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A couple years ago, University of Wyoming agricultural economist Thomas Foulke was on vacation in France. Flipping through a French cookbook, he saw a recipe for bread that used spelt. Foulke … more
Citing serious health problems and a desire to be with his family, a Powell man who’s serving prison time for killing his wife is asking for a shorter sentence. David Williamson’s … more
Wyoming Republicans are looking for someone to represent the state party at the national level after local resident Richard George resigned to take a job out of state. George, who had most … more
Area residents are invited to explore Argentina and Uruguay this coming winter, Dec. 21 though Jan. 2, during a Northwest College field studies trip. Led by NWC Instructor of Spanish Connie Moore, … more
The Meeteetse Museums and Elaine Haberland of Lost Canyon Photography will host a free Western photography workshop on Saturday. The event begins at 1 p.m. at the museum, 1947 State St. in … more
The Eastern Wyoming College auditorium filled to capacity on June 15 with family and friends there to see the Wyoming Cowboy ChalleNGe Academy graduate its largest class. A total of 59 cadets … more
JACKSON — When Teton County Sheriff Matt Carr heard about some middle school students broadcasting the inmate list on cellphones to bully a classmate whose mother was in jail, he no longer had … more
CHEYENNE – Former U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis on Thursday filed information with the Federal Election Commission that could be a precursor to a run for retiring Sen. Mike Enzi’s seat in … more
A worker at a North Fork resort was shot in the shoulder last week after a coworker’s vintage pistol was accidentally discharged, the Park County Sheriff’s Office says. Aryean Vermunt, … more
The Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund board awarded $293,293.29 to three dozen projects around the state at its recent grant review meeting in Thermopolis. Awards were given to a wide variety of … more
Tensions within the Park County Republican Party boiled over Monday night, as three of the party’s top leaders resigned over “irreconcilable differences” with Chairman Martin … more
At its regular meeting Monday, the Powell City Council approved a budget amendment, received an update on the Clocktower Inn project and approved a new agreement with the City of Billings landfill. … more
If you’re tired of the wet, gloomy nature of spring, you probably won’t like the forecast for the official start of summer. Rain is once again forecasted for every day through the middle … more
It’s undisputed that the number of conflicts between grizzly bears and people are on the rise in northwest Wyoming, with bears roaming further and further from their core habitat in and around … more
The summer season marks a new chapter for several Powell school employees as they begin retirement. The Park County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees recognized six retiring employees who … more
Water levels are high at Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area and park officials are urging visitors to be aware of the conditions. “Bighorn Lake is in flood stage and will affect the … more
Authorities are seeking information about a fire that claimed an abandoned Powell area home last month, saying they suspect the building was intentionally set ablaze. The Powell Volunteer Fire … more
Veterans, their family members, volunteers and the Bureau of Land Management came together this month to fish, paddle and celebrate veterans and public lands. Close to 100 people enjoyed the … more
LARAMIE (WNE) — Albany County District Court Judge Tori Kricken ruled that a juror in a Laramie civil case will be jailed indefinitely, starting June 28, unless she completes community service … more
Legendary newscaster and author Tom Brokaw will receive the third LaDonna Zall Compassionate Witness Award during the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation’s annual Pilgrimage. The event will be … more
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