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The rate at which grizzly bears have been “lethally removed” by wildlife managers in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem has dropped significantly this year. Through mid-August, nine … 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
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
The National Park Service is awarding a $424,760 grant to help restore a historic root cellar at the former Heart Mountain Relocation Center, west of Ralston. It was the largest of 19 Japanese … 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
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
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
The extraordinary tale of the Heart Mountain camp’s agricultural program — and the quest to turn the high desert into verdant farmland — will be recounted in a Wednesday program at … more
With much of their summer volunteer work finished, it was time for the Wyoming Back Country Horsemen of America to celebrate. More than 100 volunteers with the non-profit organization met at the … more
Rejecting Dennis Klingbeil’s claims that he accidentally shot his wife in the head last year, a Park County jury convicted the 77-year-old Wapiti resident of first-degree murder on … more
With the help of state funding, Park County commissioners hope to plan some new biking and walking trails around Powell. As Powell continues to grow, more people are walking and biking along … more
Millions of veterans around the country — including an estimated 10,000 service members in Wyoming — are now eligible to join The American Legion under a new federal law. Following … more
Northwest College student Bossan Abdyyeva of Mary, Turkmenistan, is one of 207 Phi Theta Kappa members named a 2019 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar and will receive a $1,000 scholarship. The … more
Northwest College’s third annual Heart of a Trapper Hike at Heart Mountain is returning to Powell Saturday morning, Aug. 24, at 8 a.m. Hosted by the NWC Trapper Booster Club in partnership … more
John Wesley Powell’s famous expedition down the Green and Colorado rivers will be explored during a free seminar on Saturday. The program begins at 1 p.m. at Meeteetse Museums. The Powell … more
On Friday, the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center will host a screening of the season two premiere episode of AMC Networks’ anthology series, “The Terror: Infamy.” The free, public … more
A state judge is considering the next steps in a case that concerns the rights given to the Crow Tribe to hunt outside tribal lands. Fourth Judicial District Court Judge John Fenn of Sheridan took … more
JACKSON (WNE) — A man who was working in Yellowstone National Park has been sentenced to three months in jail for starting a fire at the park’s North Entrance and then misleading … more
Chip sealing has been delayed to mid-August on the $2.3 million pavement improvement project west of Meeteetse on Wyo. Highway 290. “The contractor is still doing cleanup and other work … more
The City of Powell will have a series of two or three citywide power outages at night this week to allow crews to make repairs to the city’s damaged substation. The planned outages will run … more
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