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Staff in Yellowstone National Park have had a busy summer responding to reports of bears in campgrounds, backcountry campsites and along roads. In a Thursday news release, park officials revealed … more
On Friday, Park County Sheriff’s Deputy Sergeant Chad McKinney officially retired from service. McKinney began his service with Park County in 2006 as a detention deputy and transferred to road … more
More than $6.8 million worth of unclaimed property was returned to businesses, Wyomingites and former residents during the fiscal year that ended June 30. Wyoming State Treasurer Curt Meier noted … more
The Draper Natural History Museum at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West will host a free Lunchtime Expedition lecture featuring Mike Kochert, an emeritus scientist with the U.S. Geological Survey on … more
Powell was left without electricity across the city Tuesday afternoon, though city crews were able to restore power within about a half-hour. The outage, which started around 1:40 p.m., was … more
What’s more fun than watching four librarians run after a greased pig on a nice July evening? When Powell Branch Library Public Services Manager Maggie Sullivan posed the question to her … more
People got a look at the work being done at the University of Wyoming’s Powell Research and Extension Center (PREC) during its annual field day on Thursday. The event was packed with … more
The Wyoming Supreme Court says there was more than enough evidence to convict a former Cody psychiatrist of aggravated assault and battery for crashing into another vehicle while high. On Tuesday, … more
District Court Judge Bill Simpson is standing by the 18- to 20-year sentence he gave to a Powell man who killed his wife. In March, David Williamson asked the judge to shorten the sentence he is … more
When he first heard Healthy Park County’s plans for this year’s fair, Commissioner Joe Tilden was a little incredulous. “Water in the beer garden?!” Tilden asked, … more
When farmers in Goshen County went to bed on the night of July 16, night none of them could have guessed what they would wake up to the morning. They likely went to bed with fields of healthy … more
The Bureau of Land Management is inviting the public to a community workday at the Andy Martin Hill River Access on Saturday. The area is located along the South Fork of the Shoshone River, southwest … more
A historic fire lookout in Yellowstone National Park burned to the ground last week after being hit by lightning. A radio repeater was also damaged in the blaze. The lightning bolt struck the … more
The Meeteetse Museums invites the public to the annual tour of the Pitchfork Ranch on Saturday. The tour will be led by owner Dr. Lenox Baker, beginning at the ranch at 10 a.m. Participants should … more
Hopes that Johnson County’s languishing uranium mine could be back on the road to full capacity were dashed Friday. That’s when President Donald Trump announced he will not impose trade … more
Management of the Buffalo Bill Reservoir and North Fork Shoshone River fisheries will be discussed during a Tuesday program. Jason Burckhardt, a Game and Fish Department biologist, will present … more
GILLETTE (WNE) — Campbell County could potentially lose out on more than $30 million in unpaid mineral production taxes from Cloud Peak Energy after a federal bankruptcy judge’s … more
First Southern Baptist Church will host a weeklong Vacation Bible School from Monday, July 29 through Friday, Aug. 2. The title for the VBS is “In the Wild: Amazing Encounters With … more
On Tuesday, join the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area for an interactive, family friendly “Plant Bingo Hike.” Participants should meet at the Lovell Visitor Center at 9 a.m. … more
From funnel cakes to cotton candy to lemonade and much more, this week’s Park County Fair features a variety of food and drinks. more
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