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Wyoming’s majestic landscapes offer hunters some of the best opportunities in the world; a new program aims to enable them to share that bounty with residents in need. The Food from the … more
Heart Mountain Interpretive Center reopened to visitation by appointment on Saturday. The center had been closed since March due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19. In reopening, center … more
Powell’s Hughes-Pittinger American Legion Post 26 opened for normal business hours on Monday afternoon — though with added precautions prescribed by the Wyoming Department of … more
The coronavirus pandemic has now lasted for a few pay periods for most people, so families and individuals are having to make difficult decisions about how to pay bills. “If you are … more
Shoshone National Forest officials will begin opening developed recreation sites ahead of the Memorial Day weekend, as 16 campgrounds will open on Friday. For a complete list of campground opening … more
Drivers who need to take a non-commercial driver license road test are again able to take exams in Cody — though with several new health protocols in place. The Wyoming Department of … more
LARAMIE (WNE) — While much of the University of Wyoming’s focus is on its ability to open in the fall amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the institution’s leadership is also looking … more
The Wyoming Legislature’s first special session since 2004 ended Saturday night with three bills headed to the desk of Gov. Mark Gordon, as lawmakers wrapped up their initial attempts to … more
A series of electrical failures left about one-third of Powell residents without power for parts of Sunday afternoon and evening. City of Powell Electrical Superintendent Steve Franck said the … more
State health officials announced Sunday that nine people at a Worland nursing home — five staff members and four residents — have tested positive for COVID-19 in recent days. Efforts … more
In her two years at Northwest College, Bossan Abdyyeva has seen a lot of success. The sophomore from Turkmenistan is the first international student to hold the position of president in the Student … more
If you were a kindergartner in Powell in the mid-1970s or later, you likely remember what part you played in the Kindergarten Circus. “No one forgets what they were in the circus,” … more
Gluten Free Oats presented a proposal to the Powell City Council on Monday that would provide a one-time payment of nearly $750,000 to buy out the city’s interest in the company’s land … more
At the Larsens’ house, the teacher’s pet is literally a brown-noser. Olive the big brown dog — not to be confused with Clifford the Big Red Dog — is helping Justine Larsen … more
The Powell Police Department is investigating reports of cottontail rabbits being shot with blow gun darts. Two rabbits have been seen around town with darts still embedded in their skin, with one … more
Beginning Monday, Park County’s libraries will be open for limited hours on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. In a news release announcing the reopening, library officials said the Powell, … more
Stefanie Bell, a longtime member of the Cody school board, is joining the race to represent much of Park County in the Wyoming Senate. “I am a leader with the determination, experience, and … more
Someone dealt damage to the Buffalo Bill Dam Visitor Center over the weekend, authorities say — including pushing the a motorized cart partway down the Shoshone River Canyon. The Park County … more
On Friday, two planes with the Wyoming Air National Guard will cross the state conducting an aerial salute to the state’s health care professionals fighting against the COVID-19 … more
University of Wyoming students will receive more than half a million dollars as the result of Pokes Make the Difference, a private support campaign established to help UW students facing financial … more
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