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One of Powell’s most iconic businesses, Linton’s Big R Store, is changing hands. In a Tuesday morning release, Linton’s Big R CEO Jim Linton and COO John Linton announced that … more
Fourth of July week is upon us, bringing with it cookouts, rodeos, parades and fireworks. Park County residents will be flocking to their favorite fireworks vendors to purchase their goodies as … more
On Aug. 3, Aubrianne Crosby of Cowley was named the Distinguished Young Woman of Wyoming and awarded $2,820 in scholarships. Crosby earned the honors during a statewide program for high school girls … more
RIVERTON (WNE) — In a meeting in Fort Washakie last week, members of the Wyoming Select Committee on Tribal Relations worked through a proposed bill that would endow tribal identification cards … more
Due to high winds and blizzard-like conditions in the Bighorn Mountains, the section of U.S. Highway 14-A between Burgess Junction and Lovell closed for the season on Wednesday afternoon. The Wyoming … more
As chronic wasting disease continues to increase in prevalence across the country, the U.S. Senate is considering legislation that would create a national task force to research and fight a disease … more
A grizzly bear, standing over a rib cage from a recent kill, looks out from his perch as students move in and out of Jim Gilman’s vocational art class at Powell High School. The students move … more
Twelve students from across Wyoming — including Cody Fisher of Powell — were recently recognized for their artwork by Gov. Mark Gordon. A July 13 ceremony in Cheyenne celebrated the … more
Trees and red sidewalks were a key element of downtown beautification in the 1990s. The City of Powell is learning that tree growth, over time, can pose some headaches. In two different downtown … more
If you simply skimmed the names of the roughly 125 people who gathered at the Park County Fairgrounds on Saturday, you’d be forgiven for failing to find the connection between the Whitlocks, … more
Law enforcement officers were unable to identify — or even find — some UFOs that were reported in the Powell area earlier this month. At 11:23 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 7, a woman called … more
RAWLINS (WNE) —  Investigators are saying a Hanna man brought along a small child to an alleged meth deal. On June 6, a confidential informant was used to facilitate the purchase of an … more
A Brazilian man stands accused of using counterfeit debit cards at ATMs in Powell and Cody to fraudulently withdraw thousands of dollars from bank accounts around the globe. He’s now facing … more
The Powell Aquatic Center will close for maintenance beginning March 22. Tanya Bonner, co-director of the center, gave an update on the center to the Powell City Council last month on the coming … more
A total of 131 hopeful gardeners took 16 weeks of online training last fall and this winter to learn how to become better gardeners and put that knowledge to use in their communities this coming … more
The Bureau of Land Management Cody Field Office recently hosted the Conservation Outdoor Recreation Education (CORE) youth group for a week of personal growth and public land stewardship projects in … more
Commodities distribution will be held at the American Legion Hall, 143 S. Clark St. in Powell, on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. It is open to low-income and folks in need from Cody to Powell to … more
It’s going to get easier to visit friends and loved ones at the Powell Valley Care Center and The Heartland. In order to protect the group most at risk for developing complications from … more
Plaza Diane’s annual Renaissance Fair returns Saturday with live music, food, fun activities, vendors and more. The arts festival takes place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Plaza Diane Community … more
A Powell man escaped injury after he crashed into Bitter Creek on Thursday night near Garland. Samuel J. Holeman, 35, had been heading from Powell to Lovell when he lost control and slid on the … more
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