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Mountain-Pacific Quality Health recognized Powell Valley Healthcare with a 2019 Hospital Quality Excellence Award for outstanding performance in effectively using quality assurance performance … more
Northwest College Photographic Communications will host an informational meeting on Wednesday for community members interested in traveling with a March 2020 field studies class to Bolivia. The … more
JACKSON (WNE) — A young female grizzly bear that likely shares the bloodlines of a celebrated Grand Teton National Park sow is now roaming clear across the ecosystem near Beartooth … more
Feeling they need to do something, Park County commissioners have taken a first step toward creating regulations for the growing number of short-term rentals in rural parts of the county. The … more
On Friday, Oct. 18, Keela Hopkin and her family arrived at their home outside Cowley around 8 p.m. As they walked up to their house, they noticed their dogs were circling around them and barking. … more
Today, Park County School District No. 1 is teaching more kids than the school districts in Torrington, Lander, Douglas and Rawlins. In 2011, all of those districts had higher enrollments than Powell. This fall, Powell school district’s … more
With a Republican in the White House, Park County commissioners say it’s high time for the federal government to lift some restrictions on local oil and gas development. Commissioners remain … more
Some substantial changes are coming to the Powell Tribune’s website. Since the Tribune site launched decades ago, it’s undergone multiple redesigns, but two things have remained … more
The Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund board awarded $293,293.29 to three dozen projects around the state at its recent grant review meeting in Thermopolis. Awards were given to a wide variety of … more
Studio Theatre at Cody Center for the Performing Arts has announced its fourth season of “Famous & Infamous Women of the West: The Cody Monologues.” This original, one-act play … more
Ethan Mann, of Powell, was sworn in on Aug. 22 as the newest member of the Wyoming Army National Guard’s 133rd Engineering Company. Mann will be assigned as a horizontal construction … more
Area residents are invited to “Taste the Nations” with Northwest College Intercultural Programs during the popular annual event, which features an evening of Latin American cuisine and … more
Even the smell in the air tells the story of freeze-damaged beets. “You only have to drive by a beet field and the smell will tell that the damage is real,” said Ric Rodriguez, Heart … more
Limited deliveries of frozen sugar beets resumed Monday in the Powell area with the somber assessment from sugar company officials that extremely cold temperatures a week ago left the remaining crop … more
At a Dec. 18 meeting, the council voted to start the process of repealing an old game licensing ordinance that’s on the city’s books. Code 5.36 states, “No person shall conduct, operate, or maintain, for hire or profit whether in his own … more
As researchers approached a nesting site of long-billed curlews in their dust-covered SUV, a male curlew was already mobbing them. When threatened, curlews dive-bomb and screech at anything or … more
Roughly 1,300 voters in the Cody area who’d requested absentee ballots are being sent new ones after Park County elections officials discovered an error with the original versions. Around 100 … more
Area residents are invited to explore Argentina and Uruguay this coming winter, Dec. 21 though Jan. 2, during a Northwest College field studies trip. Led by NWC Instructor of Spanish Connie Moore, … more
The ribbon is cut and the many years of work on the Cody Firearms Museum renovation is finally complete. Hundreds gathered at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West on Saturday for a celebration to … more
A new state website should make it easier for citizens to see where the State of Wyoming is spending its money. On Wednesday, the Wyoming State Auditor’s Office announced the launch of an … more
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