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The City of Powell’s sign ordinances are overly restrictive, a local food truck operator told the city council on Monday. Barry Wilske, owner of Topp Dawg Concessions, was recently informed … more
A man who caused a drunken disturbance at Powell Valley Hospital in late December has been ordered to serve one year of unsupervised probation. Thomas E. Larson, 28, reportedly chased a nurse with … more
Two Park County highways are ranked among the most dangerous stretches for wildlife collisions in the state. Area drivers’ odds of an automobile accident involving wildlife are highest … more
Repairs are nearly complete on the Pat O’Hara Creek bridge on the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway after heavy rain in late May caused extreme erosion. It and the highway remain open for residents … more
Although most neighbors supported the idea, a woman’s plans to start a landscape and greenhouse business east of Cody have been blocked by her subdivision’s covenants, Park County’s … more
Powell High School teachers John Fabela and Wendy Smith recently received prestigious awards from the Wyoming Education Association (WEA). Retiring Northwest College professor of history Steve Thulin … more
With summertime around the corner, the City of Powell Sanitation Department is getting ready to fight mosquitoes — before the bugs start swarming around town. The City of Powell will begin … more
The mayor of Cheyenne and the governor engaged in a public dispute Monday over what happened Friday during a contentious meeting about a potential Taiwanese state visit. In a news release, Mayor … more
Area residents are invited to join Northwest College Intercultural Programs on a nine-day excursion to Peru in March 2020. Led by NWC Intercultural Program Manager Amanda Enriquez, travelers will … more
When tourists and other visitors head to some big events in Cody this summer, some Powell police officers may also be on hand to help make sure things remain orderly. At its regular Monday … more
Thanks to a series of retirements and a military deployment, the Park County Sheriff’s Office may look a bit different by the end of the summer. Sheriff Scott Steward said he recently … more
A $2.95 million pavement improvement project is scheduled to resume this month north of Cody on Wyo. Highway 120. The project begins at the end of the concrete highway section (milepost 101.51) on … more
Dozens of students were named to Powell High School's honor roll for the second semester of the 2018-19 school year. more
The public is invited to participate in an upcoming webinar that will provide insight and recommendations to Wyoming communities that are losing their Shopko stores. Powell’s Shopko is set to … more
The fence did its job, but paid dearly. Finished only last fall to guard against rock slides above the highway at the upper end of Buffalo Bill Reservoir, the heavy mesh fence was put to the test … more
Concerned with the bloody past of the mountain’s namesake, a state panel is recommending that Mount Doane in Yellowstone National Park be renamed as First People’s Mountain. The … more
The Powell frog has left town for good, but not before fetching a good price. After closing the children’s Frog Pond in 2017, city officials put their famous frog up for auction last month; … more
A historic guest ranch just west of Wapiti has new owners. The Bill Cody Ranch was recently purchased by Jelks Ranch Holdings LLC, made up of family members Renee, Mark and John Jelks. The Jelks … more
Heart Mountain Interpretive Center will host a community screening of Cactus Productions’ new documentary film, “Return to Foretop’s Father,” on Saturday. The event will begin … more
Join the Meeteetse Museums for a free tour of the archaeological site Legend Rock, starting at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. Legend Rock State Petroglyph Site is located about 37 miles south of Meeteetse. … more
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