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After a 10-year study, researchers say their findings confirm that wild bison shape vegetation cycles and enhance growth throughout the summer in Yellowstone National Park. Scientists discovered … more
Rookies new to cooking that Thanksgiving turkey can get a fresh how-to — and holiday kitchen veterans could view extra insights into other cooking methods — in a short, animated learning … more
On a sunny fall day in early November, the gang of turkeys at Second Street Farm outside Lander — roughly 100 domestic hens and toms — seemed blissfully unaware of the impending … more
The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program and the Siemens Foundation recently named Northwest College as eligible for a STEM award in 2020-2021. The Excellence and Equity in Community College … more
Leaders of the Wyoming Republican Party are traveling to Washington, D.C. to meet with President Donald Trump and other top-level officials. Party Chairman Frank Eathorne, National Committeewoman … more
The State of Wyoming and the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) have filed a complaint against Chevron Corporation, alleging the company violated the Wyoming Environmental Quality … more
Helping empower and expand fresh local food across Wyoming is the mission of the state food coalition and action agenda conference Friday-Saturday, Dec. 13-14, in Casper. “The conference … more
CASPER (WNE) — A Natrona County jury took 101 minutes on Friday to convict a man of first-degree murder for the February killing of his mother in her central Casper home. Andrew Steplock, … more
The Wyoming Public Service Commission recently launched an investigation into Rocky Mountain Power’s Integrated Resource Plan. The plan’s preferred portfolio, filed with the commission … more
Gov. Mark Gordon is recommending that state lawmakers fund half the cost of a proposed new student center on Northwest College’s campus. more
While Wyoming Game and Fish Department Director Brian Nesvik was busy drawing names from a bucket for lifetime fishing and small game hunting licenses, Commission President David Rael was still busy … more
On Thanksgiving Day in 1999, a group gathered in Powell with a simple aim: That those who might otherwise be alone could enjoy warm fellowship and a Thanksgiving meal. The Community Thanksgiving … more
There’s a lot to quack about with the Powell Tribune’s Christmas holiday shopping promotion, which kicks off in today’s edition. Free, two-minute shopping sprees at Blair’s … more
Driving past Northwest College’s child care center, Mary Black couldn’t help but notice the tarps. With a limited budget, the liners were serving as sun shades over some of the … more
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has selected an architectural firm to design a new regional office in Cody, taking another step toward breaking ground. The department chose Plan … more
With the holiday season quickly approaching, the 38th annual 4X4 Exhibit & Sale opens Tuesday, Dec. 3, in the Cabre Building’s Northwest Gallery. The perennially-popular sale gives all … more
The Wyoming Business Council has named Basin and Byron the winners of the Placemaking Challenge, awarding a total of $17,500 to the communities so they can develop temporary exhibitions into … more
Wrapping up its fall season, the Northwest College Forensics Team traveled to Casper for the Pioneer Trails tournament in early November, claiming the top spot among community colleges and tying for … more
Most expected Gov. Mark Gordon’s first budget of his administration to be defined by significant spending cuts and reduced services across the board. Instead, citizens of Wyoming were … more
Lawmakers narrowly rejected a pair of bills that would have overhauled the state’s net metering system — and critics argued would have effectively killed the solar industry in Wyoming … more
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