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It’s been nine years since the City of Powell bought the broadband fiber network that brings high-speed internet to homes and businesses in town. The $6.5 million investment was meant as a way … more
A vision to honor veterans who have lived in Powell took another step toward completion this month. Bud Schrickling, American Legion Post 26 trustee, approached the Powell City Council to get … more
“Everybody else’s bad weather is our good weather,” said Jon Reveal, general manager of the popular winter sports facility. Winter’s late arrival hurt the bottom line of Sleeping Giant, Reveal said. The doors typically open in time for … more
As a big yellow bus pulled into Mr. D’s parking lot, the headlights cut through thick fog, illuminating blurry-eyed parents and energetic children with a head of steam. This isn’t a … more
Small nonfarm businesses that were impacted by a severe hail and wind storm in Big Horn County last year face a rapidly approaching deadline to seek assistance from the Small Business Administration. … more
Keeping up with the latest 911 technology is becoming pricier for Park County’s law enforcement agencies. As a result, county commissioners plan to raise the surcharge on all phone lines to … more
The woman told the Wyoming Highway Patrol her name was Brandi Ortiz, a driver’s license in the car said she was Brandi Azure and her fingerprints indicated she was Tanya Johnson. When she … more
The Wyoming Department of Health wants to make air ambulance travel cheaper for everyone. Officials have drafted a waiver application to send to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services … more
On Aug. 7, John C. Bright, 74, shot and killed his long-time partner, 64-year-old Mary Ann Bier, before killing himself at their home on Jonathon Road, west of Powell. A spokesman for the Park County Sheriff’s Office said at the time that the … more
A large crowd is expected as commissioners hear testimony on both sides. “The issue is polarized. A lot of people are adamantly opposed the hunting grizzlies,” said Daniel Thompson, Wyoming Game and Fish Department large carnivore section … more
The National Weather Service is predicting significant rain across the Absaroka Mountains this weekend. Officials say that could cause some flooding on the North and South forks of the Shoshone River … more
In 2015, federal authorities agreed that William “Bill” Lee’s days of dealing and using methamphetamine appeared to be behind him. As a probation officer explained at the time, Lee … more
Local congregations will gather for special services to celebrate Holy Week. Churches with the Powell Ministerial Association will gather for a Good Friday service at noon at the Union … more
After listening to the evidence and rendering a verdict, jurors often come away from a trial with a newfound appreciation for the judicial system. But after a trial in Park County’s District … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — Earlier this year, the Wyoming Legislature passed several major reforms to increase the amount of money from major state financial pools invested in the stock market, as well … more
Northwest College students will have a new food service provider this fall For the past five years, NWC contracted with Chartwells for the service, but in the coming year, Sodexo will take over. … more
Pastor Don Thomas will preach his last official sermon at Trinity Bible Church on Sunday. He has been Trinity’s only pastor for the past 24 years, and is the most senior pastor in … more
Joseph — a magnificent stallion of colonial Spanish descent — followed his mares, keeping a wary eye on the horizon. They were being pursued. Bill Pickett, natural resources program manager for Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, was … more
Brokaw was in town to cover the 2017 Heart Mountain Pilgrimage for a feature on the Today Show, and took the time to visit with locals as part of another story, gauging how voters in this predominately conservative area felt after six months of the … more
On Tuesday, commissioners unanimously called for federal legislation that could lead to more vehicle trails in the McCullough Peaks area while generally protecting the recreational activities that have been taking place there and at the High Lakes … more
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