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Groovy was on a cross country trip with his family when they pulled through the gates of Yellowstone National Park. But as the door to the family van swung open, the tabby cat made a break for … more
A fire at the Vining Substation Saturday morning on North Ingalls Street knocked out power across all of Powell. Volunteers were able to quickly extinguish the fire, but city crews worked through the … more
Park County commissioners have balanced the county’s budget for the coming fiscal year — but only by taking $1.3 million out of savings and delaying road maintenance. “This is … more
Following on the heels of the Fourth of July, the 104th consecutive all-class reunion of Powell High School graduates rolls out this weekend. In the middle of the Friday-Saturday fanfare is the … more
Park County commissioners plan to cut their support of the Powell, Cody and Meeteetse recycling programs in the coming year. In a split 3-2 decision last week, commissioners opted to halve their … more
Work on Absaroka Street has created some inconvenience to residents, but the headaches were expected. The good news is the project is on track to finish on time. “I’d say we’re a … more
Josh Pomeroy’s professional title is arborist, but he calls himself a “tree nerd.” Last fall, he learned about a program in Cheyenne that is planting 400 trees per year. Being … more
Clean comedy, music and “non-denominational style gospel” will be on display in Cody on Sunday. The event, which begins at 7 p.m. at the Holiday Inn, 1701 Sheridan Ave., features two … more
While most businesses will be closed on Thursday for the Fourth of July holiday, the Park County government will also be closed on Friday, July 5. After some initial misgivings, county … more
When one of Mike Carruth’s employees suggested purchasing wildlife conservation license plates for his vehicle fleet, the owner of ITC Electrical Technologies fully supported the idea. He and … more
The Park County Republican Party is inviting people of all political persuasions to join in a celebration of America’s freedom on Wednesday afternoon. The party’s annual Freedom … more
Paving and chip sealing has been scheduled to begin July 8 on a $2.3 million pavement improvement project west of Meeteetse on Wyoming Highway 290. “Paving is tentatively is expected to take … more
Four educators from Northwest College were among those who recently completed intensive active-learning training. This summer institute at Sheridan College was the kickoff event for a yearlong, … more
SHERIDAN (WNE) — New agreements will allow the Sheridan College campus to significantly expand and bring potential for growth to the college and community. On Wednesday, the Northern Wyoming … more
A fire that broke out at a substation Saturday morning caused a citywide power outage that persisted for much of the day. more
The news that Cody Labs is shutting down and terminating 80 positions, which have an average annual salary of $70,000 each, was an unfortunate development for a public-private partnership that once … more
Bighorn Lake is finally full — a sure sign of summer’s arrival. With improvements, Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area is ready for the arrival of the sun-loving crowd. Yet a short … more
In June, it has seemed the rain just wouldn’t stop. While it’s an inconvenience for most residents, the moisture can have a lot of impacts on agriculture — good and bad. … more
Concerned that flooding could wash out guests, Park County commissioners have again blocked the owner of a North Fork campground from building near a creek. They also ordered the Wheels of Wonderment … more
JACKSON (WNE) — A former Jackson resident and antler-dealing businessman has been prosecuted for taking hundreds of pounds of cut-up elk horn that was illegally gathered and hidden on closed … more
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