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Jay Cox recently represented the Powell area at Wyoming Boys’ State. Held annually in June at the state fairgrounds in Douglas, the event offers high school juniors from across the state a … more
SHERIDAN (WNE) — Weatherby, Inc. officially opened the doors of its Sheridan manufacturing facility Thursday, kicking off an operation that officials believe will be a boon to both the local … more
While unseasonably cold rain fell and a chilly wind cut through boots and gloves, those gathering around Apsaalooké Crow elder Grant Bulltail shared the warmth of togetherness as he led the … more
While the news was expected for some time, the mood at Monday’s Northwest College Board of Trustees meeting was noticeably gloomy as layoffs were announced. A total of eight people will be … more
Drivers may need to slow down a little as they head across town. Last week, city officials decided to reduce the speed limit to 25 miles per hour on portions of Seventh and Absaroka streets … more
Beyond the usual mix of tourists, Old Faithful is drawing in some of the country’s top officials this week. Vice President Mike Pence, Second Lady Karen Pence and Interior Secretary David … more
Since being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 7, Holden Cooper has raised awareness about the condition — talking with classmates, teachers, coaches and fellow 4-H members in Powell. But … more
A judge has rejected a request to shorten the sentence of a Cody man who sexually abused and secretly recorded a teenager. On Tuesday, District Court Judge Bill Simpson ordered Mathew Melnar to … more
A 64-year-old Kentucky woman was safely evacuated from the Wapiti area on Tuesday after she suffered a medical problem while out on a trail ride. Elizabeth Manis was eating lunch with a group from … more
Award-winning canine historian Brian Patrick Duggan will share colorful stories about the famous Custers and their love of dogs at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West on Wednesday, June 19. The free … more
CASPER (WNE) — The Shoshone Rose Casino and Hotel in Lander is making a number of changes — including employee layoffs — amid financial problems, Eastern Shoshone officials … more
Powell students were recognized with President’s Awards for academic excellence last month. Fifth-grade students received gold and silver awards, along with a letter from President Donald … more
A surge in the number of dinosaur discoveries in recent decades has led to the announcement of species new to science every few weeks. According to Dr. Michael D’Emic, “This mountain … more
JACKSON (WNE) — A Denver roofer on the long drive back from a Jackson Hole homebuilding site has been fined for leaving a heap of construction trash on the publicly owned sagebrush flats … more
Several local youth will graduate from the Wyoming Cowboy Challenge Academy on Saturday, June 15. The cadets spent the last 5 1/2 months at Camp Guernsey, completing the program’s … more
A trio of Powell students made the honor rolls at Valley City State University during the spring semester. Tessa Eller made the President’s Honor Roll, which recognizes students who … more
To be listed on the Northwest College President’s Honor Roll, students must complete at least 12 semester hours of college-level coursework with a 4.0 grade point average. Students … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — District Judge Thomas Campbell on Friday issued a ruling that Laramie County commissioners were within their authority to dissolve the Laramie County Fair Board. The County … more
American Legion Post 26 will host a flag retirement ceremony at 6 p.m. Friday. The ceremony offers a way to properly dispose of flags that are worn out, with Legion members burning … more
Less than two years ago, Cody Laboratories was home to 135 higher-paying jobs, planning a massive expansion and praised by local and state leaders as an example of how Wyoming could diversify its … more
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