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State officials recently approved a $1.5 million loan that will help the City of Powell pay for renovations to the Vining Substation. The State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) — made up of the … more
Leslie Schreiber slowed as the horizontal snow concealed a rare paved road north of Rawlins. But the wildlife biologist refused to stop. This could have been any of 1,000 days in the life of the … more
A Shoshone National Forest campground in the Meeteetse area will be closed for roughly a month while crews work to make upgrades to the area and restore the stream. The Wood River Campground and … more
Homecoming offers a time for the Panther community to reminisce on their days as a Panther while showing team spirit and support for the future of the Powell Panthers. This is homecoming week, … more
It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas. From jazzy jingles to holy hymns, Powell students will perform a wide range of holiday melodies in the weeks leading up to Christmas. Schools … more
Albertsons, the operator of thousands of grocery and drug stores across the U.S., has purchased the former Shopko building on Powell’s west side. more
EVANSTON (WNE) — The Uinta County Commission chambers were again full for a regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 21, when commissioners voted unanimously to authorize the sale of approximately 63 … more
As Wyoming Department of Transportation crews stripe highways in central and northwest Wyoming, they are asking for help from drivers. “We really need people to give us a brake. Spring … more
Park County’s push to allow restaurants and bars to seat more people was at least temporarily shelved on Tuesday, as the state health officer declined to relax the rules amid a continuing … more
Caught off-guard by a June snowstorm in the Beartooth Mountains, a driver had to be rescued from U.S. Highway 212 early Saturday morning. The 59-year-old man had been heading east on the Beartooth … more
Visitors to Yellowstone National Park will be unable to reach the summit of Mount Washburn next week. The parking areas and trails leading to the Mount Washburn Fire Lookout will be closed from … more
Powell’s first-ever dog park was officially unleashed upon the community Saturday. Dozens of dogs and their humans ran, spun, and played with toys at the grand opening of Wiggly Field — … more
LARAMIE (WNE) — The Albany County Planning and Zoning Commission opted this month not to pursue any regulations for short-term rentals, like Airbnb and Vrbo. In September, residents in the … more
A State of Wyoming veterans service officer from the Wyoming Veterans Commission will travel around the Big Horn Basin throughout February. Tami Hartnett, who is based in Cody, is available to … more
The nation’s oldest academic honor society, Phi Beta Kappa (PBK), recently selected 37 new members for the University of Wyoming chapter, including several members with ties to the Big Horn … more
A Powell man was arrested Saturday after spray painting the words “F— THE POLICE ‘respectably’” in the middle of Absaroka Street, drawing a crude image on the front of … more
Three conservation organizations have filed a lawsuit in federal court in an effort to stop baiting for black bears during Wyoming and Idaho hunting seasons. WildEarth Guardians, Western … more
With events ranging from branding to mutton busting, the 2019 Ranch Rodeo will kick off Wednesday night at the Park County Fair. It’s not your typical rodeo — contestants perform tasks … more
Northwest College, in partnership with the University of Wyoming, has been selected to host four EducationUSA advisers from Serbia, Chile, Burkina Faso and Turkmenistan on campus Sunday and … more
It’s been more than eight years since Converse County Sheriff’s Deputy Bryan Gross died trying to rescue a 14-year-old girl from the chilly waters of the North Platte River. But … more
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