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But the owners of one of the biggest thrills in a state of constant adrenaline rushes don’t do it for the money. “We do it because we have a passion for skiing,” co-owner Justin Modroo said. “We’d be happy to break even.” The … more
“Over the course of 10 years, it didn’t matter what topic we were talking about, Kevin would keep us focused on what’s best for kids,” said Greg Borcher, chairman of the Park County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees. Friday marks … more
The Mammoth students — who live roughly 150 miles from Powell — receive their education in Gardiner, Montana. (Gardiner is only about 5 miles away from Mammoth.) Earlier this month, the Powell school board approved memorandums of … more
Theodore Schrader, 74, and Patsy Holmes, 72, from Heber City, Utah, were taking photographs on a boardwalk at the Mud Volcano area — just north of Lake Village — when a bison approached them. The bison then butted Holmes, who fell into her … more
The closures of U.S.Highway 20/Wyo. Highway 789  are needed to help a contractor safely bring a large rock off the canyon wall to the edge of the highway. The highway was closed for two hours Tuesday afternoon while crews attempted to move the … more
“This achievement stands as one of America’s great conservation successes; the culmination of decades of hard work and dedication on the part of state, tribal, federal and private partners. As a Montanan, I’m proud of what we’ve achieved … more
“His long and strong commitment to the Cody area, his criminal and civil legal experience acquired over decades of practice, and his considerable volunteer legal work to help those in need were important in making the final selection,” Mead said … more
Pedro Garcia Jr., the last to be sentenced, received a stipulated 25- to 40-year prison sentence at a Friday hearing before Fifth Judicial District Court Judge Steven Cranfill in Cody. “I just want you all to know I’m sorry and I made some … more
“She just wouldn’t suck the bottle,” said Keela Hopkin, who raises lambs and other animals at her family’s farm outside of Cowley. Keela was tube feeding the lamb, syringe feeding it, “the whole nine yards,” she said. She told her … more
Grizzlies in all continental U.S. states except Alaska have been protected under the Endangered Species Act since 1975, when just 136 bears roamed in and around Yellowstone. There are now an estimated 700 grizzlies in the area that includes … more
Tom Rullman, the owner and CEO of GT Aeronautics — an unmanned aircraft manufacturer based in Cody, spoke at length at Friday’s airport Board of Directors meeting about his desire to help make that happen. A number of local pilots attended the … more
The wreck occurred just before 8:30 a.m., and the highway was closed for about 30 to 45 minutes, Trooper Rodney Miears said Wednesday. The Wyoming Highway Patrol is still investigating exactly what happened. The motorcycle, driven by Michael … more
Wyoming Game and Fish Department officials want to install an electric fence around the landfill south of Cody to keep out grizzlies. Five bears have been captured there since 2010, and Game and Fish staffers know at least one additional bear eluded … more
The Powell Valley Healthcare Board voted Wednesday to not renew the organization’s contract with HealthTech Management Services, which has employed PVHC’s chief executive officers since 1992 — first as Brim Healthcare and as HealthTech since … more
For the July 2016 to June 2017 fiscal year, Northwest College will record $275,486 of student account bad debt — up from $150,844 the previous year. The Board of Trustees was asked to write off that debt as uncollectible at its monthly board … more
Carlson “Duke” Goes Ahead, vice chairman of the Crow Council, traveled to The Nature Conservancy’s Heart Mountain Ranch Preserve on Friday as the organizers of the ceremony celebrated the seventh annual outing. If the size of the smile on Goes … more
Guide Timothy Hayden Ryan Conant, of Salt Lake City, was part of a group that included nine clients and three guides, Yellowstone National Park officials said in a Thursday news release. The group was in the West Thumb area of the lake, north of … more
It was a wonderful surprise for botanist Fernando Furquim as he arrived in Park County from Santiago, Brazil, late last month. Furquim is passionate about plants. He’s in Park County working on his doctoral thesis, studying the effects of … more
“It looks like there were ... at least three [tornadoes] in the Big Horn Basin that we have reports of,” said Bill Murrell, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Riverton. The first touched down about 10 miles southeast of Cody … more
The venue was the television show “Forged in Fire,” a popular reality show airing weekly on the History Channel. The show follows four bladesmiths through a three-round contest to forge bladed weapons. After a lengthy audition process, … more
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