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Arriving at the foothills of the Absaroka Mountain Range before sunrise, four fishermen braved below-freezing temps to try their luck on the hard water. Working hard for every fish harvested, they … more
Rejecting Dennis Klingbeil’s claims that he accidentally shot his wife in the head last year, a Park County jury convicted the 77-year-old Wapiti resident of first-degree murder on … more
Hugo A. Luna Aguero, 45, is facing felony charges in Hot Springs County of attempted first-degree (premeditated) murder and kidnapping. Luna, of Peoria, Arizona, is alleged to have strangled a woman he’d picked up in Glendale, Arizona, and left … more
Western functional art has a long history in the Cody area, beginning most notably with saddle maker, leather and silver worker Edward Bohlin and furniture maker Thomas Molesworth, both of whom helped develop and define the Western style in the … more
A bitter dispute between a rural Cody homeowners’ association and one of its members — over a multi-color paint scheme — has spilled over into Park County’s District … more
One year after the City of Powell prohibited drivers from using handheld devices, it’s hard to pinpoint the ban’s exact impact. “I’m still seeing people still not using … more
The thousands of years-old specimen, uncovered on Bureau of Reclamation land within the Buffalo Bill State Park west of Cody, was first secured by federal law enforcement agents and state park officials a week ago. Then, at the request of the … more
State Sen. Ray Peterson, R-Cowley, and his primary election challenger, Republican R.J. Kost of Powell, agree that individual school districts should be allowed to decide whether they want to arm … more
A bill to repeal gun-free zones created by schools and local governments was killed by a state Senate committee on Wednesday, though an identical measure remains pending in the House. Senate File … more
Garland M. Melnar, 50, has been charged with a felony count of third-degree arson, as Park County prosecutors allege he burned down the motorhome just north of Powell city limits. “The fire was apparently retribution for a perceived drug deal … more
A giant grizzly that state wildlife managers euthanized in the Meeteetse area in early April is destined for a second life in education. The boar was the biggest bear most experts had ever seen in … more
For more than six hours, Lanny Heaney laid at the bottom of the Garland Canal, bleeding and half-submerged in water. As the 80-year-old man’s calls for help went unanswered, day turned to … more
The Cody meeting was billed as a conversation with concerned citizens about the department’s conservation efforts for Yellowstone cutthroat trout. “This is truly the beginning of a conversation. We are starting tonight. We want your help in … more
Powell Middle School students recently took science lessons to heart. After studying the heart and its intricacies in textbooks, seventh-graders got a firsthand look at the vital organ as they … more
Local residents and Park County commissioners have been debating the future of the infamous “drug ranch” in Clark for the better part of a year. Now, state lawmakers are jumping into the … more
A state judge is considering the next steps in a case that concerns the rights given to the Crow Tribe to hunt outside tribal lands. Fourth Judicial District Court Judge John Fenn of Sheridan took … more
Hosted by Wyoming Rising- Northwest — a progressive grassroots organization of local citizens — the march was held loosely in conjunction with similar marches across the nation. The first Women and Allies March was held last January, a day after … more
Powell was very well-represented on Wyoming’s trade mission to Taiwan earlier this month. Gov. Matt Mead was joined on the trip by Val Murray of Murraymere Farms and Forrest and Seaton Smith … more
Millions of veterans around the country — including an estimated 10,000 service members in Wyoming — are now eligible to join The American Legion under a new federal law. Following … more
Officer David Ferguson and Sgt. Chad Miner were joined by dispatcher Twyla Segura at Monday’s meeting of the Powell City Council, where they were presented plaques by Chief Roy Eckerdt. Ferguson and Miner received the city’s Life Saving Medal, … more
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