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When Audrey Duke started selling candles at farmers’ markets in 2016, she dreamed of one day making it to Magnolia. Created by Fixer Upper stars Joanna and Chip Gaines, “Magnolia is … more
A new bill pending in the U.S. House of Representatives would prevent future grizzly bear hunts and increase Native American influence in bear conservation efforts. Sponsored by Rep. Raúl … more
Powell resident Linda Johnson approached the Powell City Council again last week, hoping for a resolution to problems she has with smoke from her neighbors’ fire pit. It was the third time … more
Vaping is not allowed in Powell schools, and an amended policy makes that even clearer. For years, Park County School District No. 1 has banned electronic cigarettes, tobacco and smokeless tobacco … more
Northwest College kicks off its celebration of International Education Week, Nov. 18-22, with many events and activities to promote awareness about the benefits of international education and … more
Someone dealt damage to the Buffalo Bill Dam Visitor Center over the weekend, authorities say — including pushing the a motorized cart partway down the Shoshone River Canyon. The Park County … more
After some debate, the Northwest College Board of Trustees voted to pass a master housing plan that charts a course for the college’s housing inventory 20 years into the future. The plan … more
The Wyoming Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP), administered by the Wyoming Department of Family Services, is accepting applications. LIEAP is a federally funded program designed to help … more
How do you bring people together but keep them apart? That’s the challenge Trinity Bible Church is up against as it plans this year’s Community Thanksgiving Dinner. Organizers still … more
A majority of Wyoming residents are willing to be vaccinated for COVID-19, according to a University of Wyoming survey. With reports that a vaccine for the novel coronavirus will soon be available … more
With a mug of coffee in her soil-stained hands and two green thumbs, Sandi Cannon opened her door to blue skies and a cool breeze early Friday morning. She paused and whistled for her pups, Latte and … more
Staff in Yellowstone National Park have had a busy summer responding to reports of bears in campgrounds, backcountry campsites and along roads. In a Thursday news release, park officials revealed … more
For years, Park County officials have explored the feasibility of housing inmates from Carbon County, Montana, at the county jail in Cody. Now, they’re being asked to consider housing inmates … more
With the holidays right around the corner, Plaza Diane is hosting a Christmas tree and wreath auction. The fundraiser will support Plaza Diane’s community art program. Families, individuals … more
City of Powell officials are considering multiple upgrades to the city’s water system — including studying the possibility of installing new “smart meters.” Water and … more
Rescue personnel evacuated a 42-year-old Billings ice climber from the South Fork on Saturday, after he fell some 30 feet. Richard James Dvorak was climbing with a party of 10 when he fell from … more
A new team of U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) staff will lead a department-wide effort focused on serving beginning farmers and ranchers. “More than a quarter of producers are … more
Free garden seeds are being provided by Park County Extension, the Cody Conservation District and private donors to help residents start growing their own food. “The goal is to get as much … more
As a teacher, Katie Bott is known for putting kids first and advocating for them. So it’s not surprising that after she was named the Teacher of the Year for Park County School District No. 1, … more
Newly-arrived Powell residents are faced with a tight housing market. Add to that the difficulties encountered by low-income individuals and families, and the combination could slow relocation and … more
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