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University of Wyoming students who report being fully vaccinated for COVID-19 have an opportunity to win a semester’s tuition and fees, along with other prizes, including cash, a campus parking … more
A lawsuit filed in federal court last month alleges that Paul McCown, the former chief financial officer at Wyoming Catholic College, defrauded an investment firm out of $15 … more
Former Fremont County Coroner Mark Stratmoen has alleged that the Wyoming Department of Health has changed and issued inaccurate death certificates in the last several months. Citing … more
JACKSON (WNE) — A man was arrested Wednesday for violating the county fire ban and negligently burning property after he allegedly started and then interfered with suppression of a fire that … more
Three University of Wyoming students, including one from Powell, have been awarded U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarships (CLS) to study languages this summer. Students selected have … more
Northwest College Foundation has been awarded $100,000 from the John P. Ellbogen Foundation to support adult learners at Northwest College. The grant is part of a $800,000 program distributing funds … more
When Park County commissioners learned earlier this year that they’d be receiving $5.66 million from the American Rescue Plan, there was some concern about whether they’d find enough … more
Powell High School Alumni Weekend planners faced an unscheduled work-around after a trailer house fire sidelined their caterer, but the culminating Saturday events in the 2021 gathering will go … more
On paper, the agenda for the inaugural meeting of the Wyoming Wildlife Task Force seemed pretty tame. Intended to be an introduction to the new advisory group, the members instead immediately … more
Mike and Faith Wicks are sick and tired of people using their property as a dumping ground for unwanted pets. “It’s gotta stop,” Faith said. Earlier this year, two orange and … more
A mysterious shiny dot in the skies above Powell on Tuesday night turned out to be not so mysterious. The bright object — which gleamed brighter than a star or planet in the setting sun … more
The state fire marshal has not yet determined the exact cause of a Saturday fire that destroyed a trailer house in Scott’s Granite Park trailer court. Eric Siwik of the Fire Marshal’s … more
The Powell City Council is considering an amendment that will allow the city clerk to approve catering permits and expedite the process.  Catering permits are used for liquor license holders … more
The old adage goes “Waste not, want not.” There are some quilters’ groups in Powell who are putting the adage into practice. One group, the Waste Not Quilters, meets at the First … more
Despite a staffing shakeup at the Park County Fair, plans for the annual event are continuing to come together. “Some days are a bit overwhelming, but all in all, we’re still … more
Looking for some volleyball action the whole family can enjoy? Mark your calendar for the “Can U Dig It” volleyball matchup on Monday at Powell High School, featuring a competition … more
A memorial scholarship endowment honoring Pat Seeburg, a longtime Powell High School home economics teacher, has been established by her family through the Northwest College Foundation. The … more
Through Northwest College and Montana State University — Billings, students will have the opportunity to register for Japanese, Korean or Mandarin Chinese language courses. All three language … more
GILLETTE (WNE) — A Gillette man got what he asked for last month when he was arrested by Campbell County Sheriff’s Office deputies. The 62-year-old man called the sheriff’s … more
Driver inattention and speed are being investigated as possible causes of a Monday crash that claimed the life of a Manderson man.  The fatal crash occurred around milepost 17 on Wyoming … more
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