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Phyllis Lundvall’s family and the Powell Duplicate Bridge Club will be holding a memorial tournament in honor of Lundvall, who was a longtime player. The tournament is 1-4 p.m. Sept. 24 in … more
OLD FAITHFUL — Tom Wadsworth read straight from the 154-year-old treaty that displaced his ancestors from their land as he made a case that Shoshone and Bannock tribal members should be allowed … more
Northwest College received a sterling accreditation report that, unlike in past years, requested no changes needing to be made. In the mid-cycle assurance review from the Higher Learning … more
Surrounded by friends — some old and some new — LeRoy and Marge Davey sat at a beautiful dinner table in a grand room with a festive cake decorated in a rose motif and a stack of greeting … more
A newly formed organization of Cooke City and Silver Gate business owners, residents and outdoor recreation enthusiasts have united to ensure their message is heard: protect our plug. For many … more
Northwest College is having a hard time filling the role Lisa Watson held prior to taking on the president duties — Vice President for Administrative Services and Finance. So she’s … more
City of Powell workers fixed a water main break Monday night on South Division Street that led to the water department shutting off water to the area around 7 p.m. Service was restored at 10:15 … more
Beet harvesters will be in the fields and beet trucks on the roads starting Monday, Sept. 19. The early dig of sugar beets in Western Sugar Coop’s  Lovell Factory District gets underway … more
The Park County Fair is 50 weeks of planning and work for two weeks of events, new events coordinator Billy Wood noted. At a work session Tuesday morning, Park County Commissioners invited the … more
Yellowstone National Park reported Wednesday it hosted 582,211 recreation visits in August, a 37% decrease from August last year, which had 921,844 recreational visits — a record for the month. … more
Local artist Bobbie Brown’s show “By Brush and By Paw” will be at the Plaza Diane Sept. 22-Oct. 22, with the opening reception taking place Sept. 22 from 7-8:30 p.m. The … more
Maintaining and building reservoirs for the mustangs, wildlife and stock that roam the McCullough Peaks remain a fundamental goal of Friends of a Legacy, the grassroots, nonprofit group founded to … more
Community members who enjoy live speeches, debate, drama, poetry and more are encouraged to volunteer as judges at the upcoming Northwest College Trapper Rendezvous speech and debate … more
CODY — Three trails near Cody received some special attention this summer thanks to efforts by the Montana Conservation Corps and the Bureau of Land Management Cody Field Office. … more
A handful of special district races are getting smaller as candidates drop out of the race. Last week three more departed following Kelly Spiering, who had earlier dropped out of the Powell Fire … more
There were no filings for municipal office in the town of Frannie ahead of the Aug. 16 Wyoming primary election. But after write-ins were tabulated in the primary, candidates accepted nominations … more
DOUGLAS (WNE) —Trevor Colton Lake of Douglas is facing multiple felony charges, including kidnapping and terrorizing his wife, following a road rage incident near Glenrock.  The … more
The Wyoming Democratic Party is at risk of losing major party status if Democrats in the state don’t register and vote in the general election.  The Wyoming Secretary of State’s … more
Seven out of 11 Park County School District 1 candidates attended a forum in The Commons on Thursday hosted by local men’s group Sons of Freedom. Candidates attending were Joni Bennett, … more
When little Ruby Hopkin-Gilbert carefully walked through the crowd with a lemon meringue pie in her tiny hands, it brought a flurry of bids and a collective smile to the faces of those in attendance … more
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