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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
Homesteader Museum will host a button-themed art show and fundraiser as part of its annual Tea and Table Settings event. Artists are invited to submit button artwork by Friday. “People could … more
To benefit migrating waterfowl, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is planning a prescribed burn at the Yellowtail Wildlife Habitat Management Area east of Lovell. Game and Fish will work … more
Among 10 choices for the Park County Commission, Republican voters picked incumbent Joe Tilden of Cody, Dossie Overfield of Cody and Lloyd Thiel of Clark in Tuesday’s primary … more
As the new year approaches and those in need of change begin considering resolutions, Buzz Larsen has advice for those looking to get into shape. “Just do it,” he said, sounding like a … more
As an art teacher, Jane Woods loves to display her students’ work and highlight the great things they’re doing. But at a school-wide assembly last week, the Powell Middle School … more
The Libary of Congress and U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., will host a Veterans History Project Day in Cheyenne on Sept. 7. At the event, local veterans will have the chance to record their personal … more
The good news: Sleeping Giant is now snow-covered. The bad news: It’s not enough to safely ski. The popular area ski destination was scheduled to open by Friday, but that’s not going … more
“Wow” was an oft-heard expression from young artists at Westside Elementary School as they explored printmaking techniques and learned about Tippet Rise Art Center in Fishtail, … more
A batch of old Cody area Christmas trees are getting a second life at a public reservoir south of Emblem. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Cody Field Office and Wyoming Game and Fish Department … more
Dozens of local residents fed-up with COVID-19-related restrictions rallied in Cody on Friday afternoon, calling on Gov. Mark Gordon to “reopen Wyoming.” Speakers at the event decried the … more
Buoyed by overwhelming support in Park County, longtime Powell educator R.J. Kost defeated incumbent state Sen. Ray Peterson, R-Cowley, in Tuesday’s Republican primary election. Peterson … more
From county commission meetings to the governor’s office, a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on a Crow tribal member’s alleged poaching in the Bighorn National Forest has officials and hunters … more
As he researched what would become his 1998 bestseller, “The Greatest Generation,” legendary news anchor Tom Brokaw came across the story of Norm Mineta, a former California congressman … more
Local veterans, their families and survivors are invited to a Veterans Town Hall and Resource Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 4, at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2673 in Cody. The event is set to run … more
The names and salaries of every school district employee in Wyoming will be released this month after a request from a state senator, but the move has drawn criticism from educators across the state. … more
A number of local students have been named to Casper College’s President’s and Dean’s Honor Rolls for the 2019 fall semester. Sadie Hogan, Karlie McKenzie, and Bronson Smith of … more
Powell students will not return to their regular classrooms for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. “We were always hopeful that we would avoid this — that somehow we would maybe … more
State health officials announced Sunday that nine people at a Worland nursing home — five staff members and four residents — have tested positive for COVID-19 in recent days. Efforts … more
A Wapiti man who stands accused of murdering his wife last summer is set to plead his case to a jury in Park County’s District Court next week. Dennis K. Klingbeil, 77, is charged with … more
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