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As the 2020 election grows nearer, Foster Friess has been traveling the state to answer one primary question: “Should I run for the U.S. Senate?” On Thursday, Friess will pose the … more
Mental health challenges and services in Park County will be explored in a five-part series at the Park County Library in Cody. The series kicks off Thursday with two free screenings of the … more
Sondés Kahouli has come to Northwest College from the University of Western Brittany (Brest) in France as part of the Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Program. She’ll teach at NWC for a … more
JACKSON (WNE) — U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service law enforcement officers received word two years ago that several dogs had eaten poison and died just east of Dubois. The domestic animals, out … more
The estimated cost of a proposed reservoir above Hyattville in Big Horn County increased 69% to $59 million after studies revealed complex underlying geology and poor embankment material, among other … more
In the months following Wyoming’s big and small game seasons, feathered patients start arriving at bird rescues and the state wildlife laboratory suffering from severe lead poisoning. Unfortunately, few will survive their fight. more
For decades, the Park County-run landfills in Powell and Cody have freely accepted old appliances, dirt, batteries, oil, brush, wood and the remains of pets. But the days of freebies are coming to an … more
Northwest College President Stefani Hicswa has been giving what she calls “ugly tours” of the DeWitt Student Center. The goal of the half-hour walk-throughs of the center is to illustrate … more
Bill Barron is a soft talking carpenter from Salt Lake City with a big message. Last week, he began a tour of Wyoming — a state he calls one of his biggest challenges. Barron is the regional … more
UPDATE: This program has been canceled. Matthew Kauffman, a University of Wyoming professor and wildlife researcher with the U.S. Geological Survey, will speak in Lovell next week as part of an Earth Day Speaker Series. more
Aiming to reach the community in a different way, superintendent Jay Curtis recently launched a podcast focusing on Park County School District No. 1. The podcast — called PCSD#1 EdTalk … more
A Powell man who exposed himself outside the Powell Library last fall has been ordered to stay away from the facility — as well as schools, daycares and children in general — for the next … more
After a series of crashes, state and county officials are urging motorists to use extra caution and be on the lookout for snowplows and other work trucks. The Wyoming Department of Transportation … more
A Billings man who fell and broke several bones while ice climbing on the South Fork is offering a big thank you to the first responders and recreationists who helped get him to safety on … more
Wyoming residents can use the Legislature’s website to track legislation and participate in policymaking during the 2020 Budget Session in Cheyenne. The site — located at … more
The American Legion Auxiliary will host its annual cherry pie luncheon on Friday. The event raises money for Girls State and Veterans Affairs. Lunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the … more
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West and the University of Wyoming’s American Heritage Center have created a new fellowship focused on the American West, established in honor of Cody’s … more
Powell Middle School recently named dozens of sixth, seventh and eighth grade students to the first semester honor roll. more
Dozens of students were named to Powell High School's honor roll for the first semester of the 2019-20 school year. more
A Powell woman was injured Monday afternoon when her station wagon was rear-ended by a UPS truck on U.S. Highway 14-A. Sharon Altermatt, 61, had been heading east on the highway in an older model … more
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