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An Indiana treasure hunter who was rescued from the bottom of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone last month has pleaded not guilty to several violations of park rules. David D. Christensen has … more
A new publication providing guidance to landowners for burning irrigation ditches is now available from the University of Wyoming Extension. “Burning irrigation ditches is an important tool … more
Powell Valley Healthcare is pursuing an action plan based on the 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment, which was completed in December. At the PVHC Board of Trustees meeting last month, Jim … more
On Friday, two planes with the Wyoming Air National Guard will cross the state conducting an aerial salute to the state’s health care professionals fighting against the COVID-19 … more
Traditional polling places in Clark, Garland, Heart Mountain, Wapiti, and on the South Fork — which were shuttered for last month’s primary election — will reopen for the Nov. 3 … more
For the past five years, students in many popular degree programs at Wyoming community colleges have been able to seamlessly transfer to the University of Wyoming as a result of dozens of … more
The popular First Day Hikes will return to Wyoming on New Year’s Day 2021, but with a few changes. Wyoming State Parks will host the Jan. 1 hikes. Participants will be asked to adhere to … more
The Powell City Council decided that doing away with the city’s Bent Street banner program just isn’t going to fly. The council unanimously voted down a possible repeal at … more
With dogged determination, Tina Fagan and Judy Londo have pursued the construction of a dog park in Powell.Besides being good for Powell pups, they say the park would be an added amenity to sell … more
They were a long way from Lakewood, New Jersey. Rabbi Moshe Feldman, Yaakov Feldman, and Simcha Guzik are Orthodox Jews who came out to Powell to watch over the harvest of oats on Wednesday. They … more
Angela Elizondo told her mother last fall that, if anything ever happened to her, her body “would be found in the mountains near Cody.” In only a matter of weeks, Elizondo’s … more
With coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) impacting many aspects of daily life, the Wyoming Department of Family Services (DFS) wants residents to remember children and parents need additional support … more
After reports of some risky behavior, Powell Police Chief Roy Eckerdt is urging participants in the weekly “Dragging Main” event to make sure they follow traffic laws. Dragging Main … more
TORRINGTON (WNE) — Former Goshen County Clerk of District Court Kathi Rickard will spend at least the next three years in prison for stealing over $100,000 during her time as an elected … more
For the time being, the Powell branch of Wells Fargo Bank is closed, as employees of Powell and Cody branches are teaming together to offer banking services through the Cody location. “We … more
As cold and flu season arrives during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, health officials recommend taking everyday precautions as well as extra steps for cleaning your home when someone is sick. The … more
The University of Wyoming will not hold its traditional winter commencement ceremonies in December, due to concerns about large gatherings and travel related to COVID-19. Instead, the university … more
Wyoming farmers may soon have the opportunity to grow a new crop. A bill making its way through the state Legislature would, at long last, allow producers to plant, harvest and process industrial … more
Newly released statistics show 2018 was the deadliest year on record for the region’s grizzly bears.Wildlife managers in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho euthanized a total of 42 grizzlies last year … more
Local families can create identification cards for their children during a program Wednesday at the Powell Branch Library. Offered by the Park County Sheriff’s Office, KidPrint ID involves … more
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