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CHEYENNE – Former U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis on Thursday filed information with the Federal Election Commission that could be a precursor to a run for retiring Sen. Mike Enzi’s seat in … more
What were members of the Powell High School Class of 1968 doing at the 70th class reunion of the Class of 1949 on Friday night? Party crashing? It wasn’t at all sinister. They came with a … more
Northwest College is addressing the bird problems it’s suffered at Simpson Hall, though the work is being scaled back from what was originally planned. The insulation panels covering Simpson … more
EVANSTON (WNE) — Four Wyoming lakes have been declared to contain potentially dangerous cyanobacteria, commonly referred to as blue-green algae. Cyanobacteria can form blooms that produce … more
Sometime between the morning of Aug. 28 and 29 of last week, the water came back. The Fort Laramie Irrigation Canal had set empty since July. The ditches were bone dry during the heat of the … more
Barring an unexpected development, the Cody airport will continue to offer service to Denver — and only Denver — over the next few winters. United Airlines recently announced that, as … more
Musician Kanye West isn’t just buying a ranch in the Cody area: He’s also in the process of purchasing a commercial property on Cody’s east end — and bigger plans may be in … more
Clark photographer Kathy Lichtendahl thought there was a mistake when she received three emails alerting her to the results of Wyoming Wildlife’s 2020 calendar contest. “When they … more
At first blush, the farm bill recently passed by Congress is being welcomed by sugar beet growers. Most in agriculture are happy to have a new five-year ag policy framework they can work with, … more
Wyoming Republicans are looking for someone to represent the state party at the national level after local resident Richard George resigned to take a job out of state. George, who had most … more
Montana Shakespeare in the Parks will return to Powell this weekend, performing “Henry IV, Part I” on Saturday. The play begins at 6:30 p.m. at Washington Park, 351 W. Second St. in … more
Wyoming Wireless is now CellOnly. CellOnly recently purchased all 18 Wyoming Wireless locations in the state — including the Powell location on South Mountain View Street. The acquisition … more
Area residents are invited to travel with Northwest College to New York City for a week of Broadway performances, tourist destinations, sightseeing, shopping and more on Jan. 6-12. The tour is … more
Wyoming Game and Fish biologists are gearing up to collar 100 pronghorns near Carter Mountain in November, hoping to find evidence of a previously unmapped migration corridor. The evidence is … more
When Necole Hanks first learned she was being considered for the nation’s highest honor for science teachers, her initial reaction was disbelief — and then silence. Hanks … more
When an expert on grizzly bears broke the news last week that there are now officially 728 of the bruins in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem — up from 714 last year — not even he … more
Less than a week after announcing he was running for the Park County Commission, a Cody lawmaker dropped out of the race. State Rep. Scott Court, R-Cody, had declared on June 1 that — … more
Powell’s infamous spring winds took hundreds of dollars from a local woman on Friday, but the generosity of community members gave it back. The woman called the Powell Police Department on … more
The Eastern Wyoming College auditorium filled to capacity on June 15 with family and friends there to see the Wyoming Cowboy ChalleNGe Academy graduate its largest class. A total of 59 cadets … more
An adventurous artist who captures wilderness landscapes using watercolors will share his work during a Wednesday lecture at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody. Tony Foster’s … more
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