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Gassed, volunteer members of the Park County Search and Rescue took a short breather from their on-snow training. They had just raced to dig a hole through more than 4 feet of snow in a simulated … more
A Powell game bird farm has been given a green light to move to the next step in raising greater sage grouse by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, with plans to collect grouse eggs this … more
In the first State of the College address of the decade, Northwest College President Stefani Hicswa highlighted the institution’s achievements and goals. “I’m really excited and … more
In the aftermath of a frozen harvest that locked in the ground up to a third of the local sugar beet crop, there’s increasing hope for some federal disaster relief to beet growers through the … more
Last spring, Shopko announced bankruptcy. The national chain provided everything from household goods to school supplies for families in 13 towns in Wyoming. The news hit remote, rural families … more
Beginning Saturday, Heart Mountain Interpretive Center will host three special programs this winter, each examining a different aspect of the history of the Heart Mountain World War II Japanese … more
Two Powell students earned top honors in the local Daughters of the American Revolution chapter’s essay contest. Fifth-grader William Nordland and eighth-grader Emmalee Nordland won this … more
The Wyoming Army National Guard Recruiting and Retention Battalion graduated nine soldiers from its Recruit Sustainment Program last month, including Pfc. Jett Flores of Powell. Flores and the … more
PINEDALE (WNE) — In the middle of its process to adopt a municipal ordinance banning sales of flavored vaping products, the Marbleton Town Council decided to drop it on Jan. 6 during the second … more
A new bill introduced in the Wyoming Legislature this week would create a new compensation program for ranchers whose livestock is killed or damaged by gray wolves outside of game hunting zones, … more
Albertsons, the operator of thousands of grocery and drug stores across the U.S., has purchased the former Shopko building on Powell’s west side. more
The Park County government shrunk last week, as commissioners cut a pair of part-time positions. By unanimous votes, the commission eliminated a vacant custodial position, responsible for cleaning … more
Park County commissioners took steps toward cutting back maintenance on lower-volume roads, slashing funding to local nonprofit organizations and raising liquor license fees. While working to close a … more
Following two recent accidents in the Powell High School parking lot, district leaders are looking at redesigning the lot and adding parking bumpers to make it more safe. In November, a PHS … more
City of Powell officials are considering multiple upgrades to the city’s water system — including studying the possibility of installing new “smart meters.” Water and … more
In the middle of the Atlantic Ocean last week, Carl Christensen couldn’t believe his crew members were singing happy birthday to him after presenting him with a cake they’d hid in the … more
Although eager to overhaul Park County’s decades-old land use plan, county commissioners have decided to hold off for another year. Commissioners intended to hire a consultant to update the … more
A record number of people — 81,966 passengers — caught flights in and out of Yellowstone Regional Airport in 2019. The year got off to a slow start, with passenger numbers down 14 … more
Photographers interested in taking their skills to the next level can get a better handle on the technical and creative aspects of digital photography in a Tuesday evening Digital Imaging I class. It … more
JACKSON (WNE) — Two men have been banned from Yellowstone National Park for five years for trespassing on the cone of the park’s best-known attraction — Old Faithful geyser — … more
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