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The City of Powell Animal Shelter is closed to the public during the coronavirus shutdown. But still the numbers of animals at the shelter managed to increase dramatically in the last week. There … more
Claire Feathers of Powell graduated from Cedarville University on Saturday, May 2, with a bachelor of arts degree in communication. Cedarville University, located between Dayton and Columbus, … more
Fast-tracking new businesses, promoting the local quality of life, supporting programs that keep youth in the area and sticking with economic development efforts were among the strategies pitched by … more
Through the ConnectWyoming program, funded by the federal CARES Act, the Wyoming Business Council awarded $3.8 million to TCT and $128,700 to Charter Communications for broadband projects in the … more
The Wyoming Department of Health is encouraging Cowboy State students to enter a new video contest or this year’s poster contest aimed at highlighting radon information and encouraging … more
The showroom is empty but for a couple children’s bicycles and various accessories. While bike sales have been brisk across the country, Nick Coy hasn’t been able to restock after selling … more
After sinking to their lowest level in months, the number of COVID-19 patients hospitalized in Park County shot back up to record levels in a matter of days. As of Tuesday, a total of 15 people … more
In a possible case of arson, an abandoned home burned down on Friday night in the Willwood area south of Powell. Members of the Powell Volunteer Fire Department were called to the scene shortly … more
During the week of its annual Heart Mountain Pilgrimage, the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation is inviting the local community to take part in a number of special events happening at Heart Mountain … more
The Draper Natural History Museum at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West will host a free Lunchtime Expedition lecture featuring Mike Kochert, an emeritus scientist with the U.S. Geological Survey on … more
Every year is a gamble for farmers and this year, Mother Nature wasn’t so kind. The year started out with cooler temperatures pushing into planting time, which resulted in delays across the … more
A Powell man facing allegations that he strangled his girlfriend in June was re-arrested Monday after he allegedly chased a man with a knife. At a Tuesday morning appearance in Park County’s … more
The Powell Aquatic Center has been missing one of its most faithful swimmers over the past few weeks. From June 2014 through this fall, David Warwick was a regular presence at the pool, showing up … more
The Powell Community Garden facilities continue to grow just as the vegetables, fruits and flowers flourish throughout the summer. The garden, begun in 2013, is located in Veterans Park on Fifth … more
The Shoshone Rock Club has canceled its next two meetings amid the current restrictions on gatherings. The club had been set to meet on April 14 and May 12, but those meetings have been called … more
Stefanie Bell, a longtime member of the Cody school board, is joining the race to represent much of Park County in the Wyoming Senate. “I am a leader with the determination, experience, and … more
Cody Regional Health’s Walk-In Clinic is requiring all respiratory related patients to be seen between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. Located at 424 Yellowstone Ave. in Cody, the … more
A University of Wyoming nutrition program is adding to its services by hurdling COVID-19 social distancing barriers and offering online nutrition classes to individuals through partner … more
ROCK SPRINGS (WNE) — Granger Mayor Bradly McCollum was arrested by Sweetwater County sheriff’s deputies Thursday afternoon on a warrant for charges of felony theft totaling $1,000 or more … more
AFTON (WNE) — The night skies are alive with the wonders of the heavens. And some serious astrological wonders are taking place this week. During the evening of Monday, Dec. 21, the planets … more
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