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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
Work is underway to install seven new digital message signs/web cameras throughout northwest Wyoming. The prime contractor on the $1.4 million project is Advanced Electric, LLC, of Casper. The … more
On Dec. 10, 1869, the Wyoming territory became the first in the nation to guarantee women unconditional suffrage including the right to vote, hold public office and serve on a jury — 50 years … more
Local writers and photographers are invited to submit their work for the annual Gib Mathers Journalistic Writing and Photography Contest. The contest was founded in 2018 by the Friends of the … more
The federal government giveth, and the federal government taketh away — and maybe it giveth again? After announcing earlier this month that it would provide Yellowstone Regional Airport with … more
A series of electrical failures left about one-third of Powell residents without power for parts of Sunday afternoon and evening. City of Powell Electrical Superintendent Steve Franck said the … more
After a successful first season with the Powell High School girls’ swim team, Lady Panthers head coach Bob Smartt is relying on a youth movement to duplicate that team’s success. Last … more
As many Park County residents enjoyed the sights and sounds of the Park County Fair over the weekend, a celebration of a different sort was taking place at the Heart Mountain Interpretive … more
Park County commissioners are hiring a private lawyer to defend their recent decision to prohibit a North Fork campground from expanding near a creek. County Attorney Bryan Skoric has a conflict and … more
The Park County Arts Council will host its Holiday Home Tour on Sunday afternoon in Cody. The council recently added two more houses to the tour: the home of Nettie and Alex Sitz at 117 Siddle … more
While visitation at Yellowstone National Park dropped in 2019, there are times when the park is so crowded that park officials suggest to “pack your patience” for your trip. In 2019, … more
Two-year-old Joshua Madill’s room is neatly prepared with a crib in one corner, sheets crisp and clean. Playful decorations are on the wall and two sets of brand-new pajamas are hanging on the … more
Legislative leaders began crafting two bills Friday morning that grant some abilities to Gov. Mark Gordon and state agencies to respond to Wyoming’s numerous needs that have emerged in the … more
Dozens of students were named to Powell High School's honor roll for the second semester of the 2018-19 school year. more
A barn full of buyers made Saturday’s Junior Livestock Sale one for the books. The record-setting sale brought in $414,528 for local FFA and 4-H youth. “I’m just still kind of … more
As Mozambique looks for ways to develop its oil, gas and other industries, a couple of officials from the African country are turning to the Powell area for possible ideas and partnerships. Last … more
Statistically speaking, it’s pretty likely that you saw Rosemary Reno and her helpers out selling raffle tickets around Powell. There are less than 12,000 people living in and around Powell … more
Park County is dropping its plans for a $36,371 overhaul of the county’s website. “[We] saw the error in our ways,” deadpanned Commissioner Lee Livingston at last week’s … more
With local prosecutors having a conflict of interest, the Fremont County Attorney’s Office will handle an unspecified criminal case involving a local juvenile. Last week, Park County … more
Although Park County School District No. 1 has closed its doors, teachers and other staff will be working with families to help students continue to learn during what could be an extensive … more
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