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Leaders of the Park County Republican Party say Wyoming’s members of Congress should “withhold judgment” about last week’s assault on the U.S. Capitol until “all the … more
The Powell City Council has extended a deadline on a deal that will allow Gluten Free Oats to buy out the city’s interest in the company’s facilities. In July, the city agreed to sell … more
The Big Horn Basin will have some new representation in the Wyoming Legislature this session, as well as some experienced lawmakers. Legislators will meet today (Tuesday) to satisfy requirements … more
The public is being asked by researchers with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to report incidents of dead rabbits to officials. A new virus, first found in the U.S. in 2020, is making its way … more
The 2020 beet harvest is in the books. And it may be one of the best harvests for producers in recent memory. Ric Rodriguez is a Heart Mountain beet grower and one of nine board members of the … more
Park County Sheriff Scott Steward started the New Year by naming a new undersheriff, promoting Sgt. Andy Varian to the position. Varian replaces longtime Undersheriff Tom Ehlers, who retired from … more
After more than four decades of public service in the military and in law enforcement, Park County Undersheriff Tom Ehlers has retired. Ehlers served with the sheriff’s office for 27 years, … more
The National Museum of Military Vehicles (NMMV) near Dubois has been recognized as one of the 10 best new attractions in a national competition conducted by USA TODAY. The  privately funded, … more
Michele Wagner of Powell is among 332 students who qualified for Chadron State College’s fall 2020 Dean’s List. To earn the honor, Wagner had to post a 3.5 grade point average or … more
Though some may wish it flushed into obscurity, 2020 will occupy an indelible spot in history. It was a year defined by tumult and change, a year when “unprecedented” was used so many … more
SHERIDAN (WNE) — Much of Wyoming is still classified as being in an “extreme drought,” according to the U.S. Drought Monitor, but it’s the late winter and spring months that … more
RIVERTON (WNE) — When a Wind River Tribal Court judge ordered the Northern Arapaho Election Committee to repair its Nov. 19 election or be held in contempt, the committee asked for time to … more
Arguing that a planned telecommunications tower threatens his views, health and property values, a rural Park County landowner is challenging the project in court. TCT intends to construct a … more
On Monday, the Powell City Council debated what to do with its one remaining retail liquor license. The city had two applicants: the Pit Stop No. 12 gas station  and convenience store on West … more
The Powell City Council had two former city employees — Jason Fields and Zane Logan — apply for the Ward 2 position that became vacant when Councilor Scott Mangold resigned to serve on … more
In addition to healthcare workers and first responders, people who are 70 years of age or older, day care providers, teachers, grocery store workers and others are now able to sign up to receive a … more
Peter Seibert, director of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, resigned Wednesday morning after accepting a position as director of the Independence Seaport Museum in … more
After sinking to their lowest level in months, the number of COVID-19 patients hospitalized in Park County shot back up to record levels in a matter of days. As of Tuesday, a total of 15 people … more
Sarah Sowerwine is a doctor with a vision. And she came to Powell because her vision is shared with the other healthcare providers and staff of Heritage Health Center. But she is far from new to … more
Sen. R.J. Kost, R-Powell, who serves on the Legislature’s agriculture and judiciary committees, is taking up a few issues in the coming session. Kost is sponsoring a smokable hemp bill to … more
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