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When police checked on a man sleeping on Bent Street late one night last week, they found he was not only heavily intoxicated but also wanted by authorities in Utah. Yanio B. Palomo, 48, of Orem, … more
With featured guest artists in concert and performance opportunities for vocal and instrumental jazz groups, it’s bound to be a musical day at the 37th annual Northwest Jazz Festival on … more
An upcoming “Lunch & Learn” event at Cody Regional Health will cover transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). Psychiatrist Scott Pollard and therapist Steve Humphries Wadsworth … more
The University of Wyoming accorded degrees upon the following students from Park County at the completion of the 2019 fall semester. The following degrees may be included on this list: BA … more
DOUGLAS (WNE) — Converse County Commissioner Robert Short has formally announced his run for the U.S. Senate seat held by Mike Enzi. The two-term Republican commissioner held a kick-off … more
GILLETTE (WNE) — The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office is out real money after inadvertently taking $120 in counterfeit bills from a man who was booked into the jail for fraud. Edwardo … more
In what could be a historic step for Wyoming, Gov. Mark Gordon and several top lawmakers announced Monday the state will explore the possibility of buying a million acres of land owned by Occidental … more
The University of Wyoming lists 55 students from Park County on the 2019 fall semester President’s Honor Roll. more
A Greybull man died Friday after he lost control of his vehicle and collided with a truck. The accident occurred around 3:23 p.m. north of Greybull, according to the Wyoming Highway Patrol. A 2008 … more
With enrollment down and fewer students living in Northwest College dorms and apartments, college leaders are considering some substantial changes to student housing. A plan presented to the NWC … more
While no cases of the new coronavirus have been reported in Wyoming to date, local health officials are monitoring the situation — and encouraging residents to follow general cold and flu … more
Whether or not novel coronavirus itself makes its way to Wyoming, experts say businesses across the greater Yellowstone ecosystem will feel the effects of a lack of Chinese visitors. The Chinese … more
Powell police are finding it harder and harder to get new patrol cars, with the city being forced last week to instead purchase another patrol truck. “We’re having a hard time finding … more
Concerned with how the state would pay for its share of the program, Powell’s representatives were among 39 lawmakers who voted not to consider a bill regarding a Wyoming Medicaid … more
Rather than leaving visitors guessing as to when the Heart Mountain Ranch Preserve is open each spring and fall, The Nature Conservancy has adopted seasons for the property. The popular outdoor … more
Although the spring semester just got underway, Northwest College leaders are already making plans to kick off the fall 2020 semester in style. NWC intends to host its fourth annual “Paint … more
Powell’s dynasty at the Meeteetse Ice Fishing Derby is over — at least for a year. In 2019, Don Adams, Tim Large and Butch Hanson had enough fish on the stringer to pull the win at the … more
A sister event to “Taste the Nations,” the upcoming “Meet the Nations” is an additional opportunity for Park County residents to meet Northwest College international students. … more
A 69-year-old Idaho man was rescued from the Beartooth Mountains on Wednesday after being injured in a snowmobile accident. Sandy Seright, of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, was snowmobiling with a … more
Linda Rae Sande will share her latest travels on Saturday at the Cody library. “Opa! Great Greece!” is a free public program that will begin at 2 p.m. Having traveled to Greece twice … more
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