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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
Powell High School band members were honored at the end of the school year. The top students from each grade level were recognized, with Aiden Chandler being named the outstanding freshman and Elisa … more
Do you have a talent you enjoy sharing? If so, you can help raise money for a local family facing medical costs related to their young son. As part of the Cody library’s Summer Reading … more
On Monday, personnel with the Park County Sheriff’s Office were called upon to complete a very unique vehicle inspection. Out in the law enforcement center’s parking lot sat a 1971 … more
Jack Tatum has been named Park County’s new director of Homeland Security for Park County. As homeland security director, Tatum is primarily responsible for planning, directing and … more
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area will host Working Dogs for Conservation from July 1-13.  Working Dogs for Conservation is the world’s leading conservation detection dog … more
Scott George, a dairyman from Cody, has been appointed as a director for the U.S. Meat Export Federation. George’s three-year term begins July 1. Also joining the federation as a director is … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — Plans to develop a $17.8 million manufacturing plant in Cheyenne are moving forward. The Wyoming Business Council board recommended last week that the state approve a $9.35 … more
A trio of Powell students made the President’s Honor Roll at Casper College for the 2019 spring semester. Sadie Hogan, Katelyn Lang and Mariah Lang each earned the honor. To qualify, … more
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West was recently granted a Sustainability Excellence Award from the American Alliance of Museums for its long-term efforts to reduce energy consumption. Only one or … more
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area is seeking a vendor to provide campground services near Fort Smith, Montana. The Afterbay Campground contains two pit toilets, 40 campsites, picnic tables, … more
Bighorn National Forest officials have made recent changes to post and pole harvesting. Post and pole (live, dead, and tepee) cutting is now open forest-wide unless otherwise designated. No … more
It was a training day. So when Kris Brock arrived at Beck Lake Park with her three excited companions, she took a human rib bone out of her truck and headed for the high grass. The bone was not a … more
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