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As Powell High School art students have worked to create replicas of historic sites of Washington, D.C., they’ve received messages, memorabilia and donations from around the country. But an … more
For years, the City of Powell has allowed citizens to announce their coming events with banners hung above Bent Street, near Coulter Avenue. Now, however, city officials are questioning whether the … more
Almost half of all the grizzly bears trapped and euthanized in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem last year were in Park County, according to a new report. The 2018 report, compiled by the Wyoming … more
The way we fight wars is changing; National Guard units are increasingly being called up to deploy to danger zones around the globe. Units in Wyoming are no different. There are about 1,500 … more
The Wyoming Supreme Court has directed a Cody attorney to stop practicing law, finding that he is unable to continue serving as a lawyer. The court transferred William “Billy” … more
Could state Rep. Dan Laursen’s time have come? In his fourth attempt to put Wyoming on a track to end its twice-a-year time changes, Laursen finally scored a victory on Monday: The state … more
More local students are staying in school and earning their diplomas: In the 2017-18 school year, students at Powell High School and the Shoshone Learning Center achieved a graduation rate of 90.5 … more
After being blasted off a cliff face south of Greybull almost 60 years ago, a collection of Native American rock art went on display at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. And then, they … more
A bill to repeal gun-free zones created by schools and local governments was killed by a state Senate committee on Wednesday, though an identical measure remains pending in the House. Senate File … more
One year after the City of Powell prohibited drivers from using handheld devices, it’s hard to pinpoint the ban’s exact impact. “I’m still seeing people still not using … more
Arriving at the foothills of the Absaroka Mountain Range before sunrise, four fishermen braved below-freezing temps to try their luck on the hard water. Working hard for every fish harvested, they … more
A bill currently being considered by the Wyoming Legislature would, in theory, allow the state to thumb its nose at a federal judge and begin hunting grizzly bears. Senate File 93 would give the … more
Lodging taxes are likely to go up if a popular bill is signed into law further funding Wyoming’s Office of Tourism. Surprisingly, the proposed tax is supported by industry … more
With his office short-handed, Park County Attorney Bryan Skoric has hired one of Wyoming’s most seasoned prosecutors to assist with an upcoming murder trial. Skoric is pursuing a … more
New Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon said he’ll pick up where his predecessor left off on several important wildlife issues — pledging his support for habitat conservation as well as pressing for … more
Despite missing out on a liquor license, a Lovell-based fitness center has decided to open a new Powell location anyway. “We had made the decision not to move forward with our expansion into … more
Immigration, reproductive health care, equal pay, indigenous women, LGTB rights, history and science were among the diverse topics discussed at the Women and Allies March in Cody on … more
Getting from Cody to Greybull may soon mean taking a trip along the “Wild Horse Highway.” Supporters of the McCullough Peaks wild horse herd are lobbying the Wyoming Legislature to … more
The Powell Shopko is going to lose its pharmacy, as the store’s corporate owners announced Wednesday that the chain is getting out of the pharmacy business. However, Powell’s Shopko … more
After serving as the assistant principal/activities director for 10 years, Tim Wormald will soon take on the top leadership position at Powell High School. Superintendent Jay Curtis is … more
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