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Contractors are working with the Park County Public Works Department to install a new, modular bridge west of Meeteetse that provides access to oil and gas fields and the ghost town of Kirwin. more
With the cause unclear, Cody police say they’re investigating the deaths of twin brothers who were found dead Saturday at their residence. more
Sen. R.J. Kost, R-Powell, will be a “Front Row participant” in a virtual town hall on shaping education in the state in the next 10 years. more
A State of Wyoming veterans’ service officer from the Wyoming Veterans Commission is available for telephone appointments only throughout January. more
Montana State University has announced its undergraduate honor rolls for fall semester 2020, with several local students making the lists. more
Northwest College closed its business offices and all admission/registration services Dec. 24 and will remain closed through Sunday, Jan. 3. more
With the surge in COVID cases and hospitalizations, the Powell Valley Care Center has once again had to cease most face-to-face visitation. more
Although the number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 has been dropping in Park County, three Powell residents recently died after contracting the virus. All three lived at the Rocky Mountain … more
The high winds couldn’t have picked a worse time to topple a tree on Lane 7 northwest of Powell and take out a power line as far as Mary Lou Cummings was concerned. Tuesday evening at 5:15, … more
City of Powell employees at the Blair’s loading dock were scratching their heads Wednesday before sunrise. More than a dozen volunteers were there to load the annual Christmas basket program … more
Once a month, a whole host of foods — ranging from nuts to eggs to fruits and vegetables — is distributed at Powell’s American Legion Hall. People in need from across the northern … more
Nonprofit organizations in Park County which helped out the public amid this year’s pandemic can apply for a new pot of federal money totaling just over $600,000. However, organizations and … more
Amid a tough year for many families, the local “Cowboys for Christmas” again delivered some relief. From a horse-drawn wagon, the group of local residents brought food, toys, gift … more
Coulter Car Care was the scene Wednesday of a random act of kindness. That’s when Robert Neff took his 2004 GMC diesel pickup in for an oil change. His wife had alotted about $25 for the work, … more
Fundraising is in the home stretch for a new people shelter at Wiggly Field. Judy Londo, who is spearheading the effort, is raising money for the final two phases of the dog park, which include a … more
A local law enforcement program to bring some Christmas cheer to children in need got a boost from First Lady Jennie Gordon’s anti-hunger program. The event is Shop with a Cop and the … more
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are significant days of worship in mainstream western religions. Here is a list of churches and their schedules for worship today (Thursday) and Friday, Christmas … more
It’s that time of year when things close and schedules change. In case you need to pick up something at the store or wondering when your trash bin is going to be emptied, here is what you need … more
University of Wyoming professors, with assistance from a UW graduate student from Basin, developed a public health tool to track COVID-19 data — one that provides up-to-date information … more
GILLETTE (WNE) — Local charges have been dismissed against a California man accused of drug trafficking because federal prosecutors have picked up the case. Ian Arbee Batar Molina, 26, was … more
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