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Johnny Tim Yellowtail, great-great grandson of Robert S. Yellowtail and a descendent of Chief Gray-Bull, will present a multimedia talk and live demonstration of the Push-dance and Crow-hop of the … more
Legionnaires across Wyoming have a new state commander. Mike Cooke of Rock Springs was elected by unanimous ballot at the 101st American Legion State Convention in June.  Cooke recently … more
It’s been nine years since the City of Powell bought the broadband fiber network that brings high-speed internet to homes and businesses in town. The $6.5 million investment was meant as a way … more
Keeping up with the latest 911 technology is becoming pricier for Park County’s law enforcement agencies. As a result, county commissioners plan to raise the surcharge on all phone lines to … more
Due to an unfavorable bidding climate, construction of an ag facility at Powell High School won’t begin until next year. The Park County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees voted on June … more
Cooler temperatures heading into the Fourth of July slowed the rise of Buffalo Bill Reservoir, but Bureau of Reclamation water watchers look for it to top off at a full pool any day. The level of … more
A Cody couple was killed Saturday afternoon after their motorcycle collided with an oncoming SUV on Wyo. Highway 120, south of Clark. Timothy Zeller was 57 and his wife Stacey Zeller was … more
AARP Wyoming is seeking nominations for the 2019 Andrus Award, the state’s premiere community service award for those age 50 and over. Named after AARP founder Ethel Percy Andrus, it … more
What were members of the Powell High School Class of 1968 doing at the 70th class reunion of the Class of 1949 on Friday night? Party crashing? It wasn’t at all sinister. They came with a … more
Montana Shakespeare in the Parks will return to Powell this weekend, performing “Henry IV, Part I” on Saturday. The play begins at 6:30 p.m. at Washington Park, 351 W. Second St. in … more
The ribbon is cut and the many years of work on the Cody Firearms Museum renovation is finally complete. Hundreds gathered at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West on Saturday for a celebration to … more
An employee at a resort outside Yellowstone National Park was found dead last week after apparently drowning in the high waters of the North Fork of the Shoshone River. Susan C. Hartley, a … more
An adventurous artist who captures wilderness landscapes using watercolors will share his work during a Wednesday lecture at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody. Tony Foster’s … more
Studio Theatre at Cody Center for the Performing Arts has announced its fourth season of “Famous & Infamous Women of the West: The Cody Monologues.” This original, one-act play … more
The Wyoming Supreme Court disbarred a former Torrington municipal judge after a lawyers’ disciplinary board found he’d slept with a client of his private law practice and lied to … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — Earlier this year, the Wyoming Legislature passed several major reforms to increase the amount of money from major state financial pools invested in the stock market, as well … more
Peter Plautz didn’t know what being a Cody meant until he was well into his 70s. more
Stefani Hicswa, president of Northwest College, outlined to the Park County Commission Tuesday how a countywide capital facilities sales tax could provide an important element of funding for a new student center at the college. more
New details have emerged over the cause of the fire at the Vining Substation on North Ingalls Street that resulted in prolonged power outages throughout the city on June 29. more
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Cody Firearms Museum will finally open its doors to the public after a complete renovation of its collection and displays. Now all it needs is a little luck with the weather for the grand opening celebration. more
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