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U.S. Sen. Cynthia Lummis is now accepting applications for nominations to the U.S. military service academies for the 2022-2023 school year. Lummis will nominate students considering military careers … more
When an alert citizen pursued and apprehended an auto burglar last winter, they didn’t just stop the burglar from rummaging through a friend’s vehicle. As it turns out, the … more
David Rael’s eyes light up on the Fourth of July like a kid left unsupervised with a sparkler for the first time. He and wife, Jennie, love Independence Day. For the past 34 years, … more
The Northwest College Board of Trustees reviewed the proposed budget for the coming fiscal year, which began Thursday. The board won’t take any action on the budget until its monthly meeting on … more
A Powell trailer home was destroyed in a Saturday fire. Members of the Powell Volunteer Fire Department were summoned to the residence in Scott’s Granite Park, off South Jones Street, around … more
It may turn out to be one of the biggest Powell High School Alumni Weekends in history this week, fueled by make-up “plus 1” class reunions that were COVID-canceled a year ago. The PHS … more
A 37-year-old man who donned a coonskin cap and carried a U.S. flag up to the edge of the Old Faithful geyser last year has been ordered to serve more than two weeks in jail. He’s also been … more
Twenty-one students from the Wyoming-WWAMI Medical Education Program on the University of Wyoming campus received their medical degrees in a part-virtual, part in-person ceremony on May … more
Join the Meeteetse Museums for its annual outdoor concert Friday evening, featuring the music of Prairie Wildfire. The concert will begin at 6 p.m. on the lawn between the Meeteetse Museums and the … more
Kadi Cooley graduated from the West Virginia University School of Medicine on May 16, earning her medical degree. A 2013 graduate of Powell High School, Cooley received her undergraduate degree at … more
Steven M. Shopa made the Liberty University Law School’s Dean’s List for being in the top 15% of his class in the spring semester. He’s currently ranked No. 12 in his class at the … more
A fundraising event to benefit the Burt Bradley Endowed Humanities Scholarship will take place from 4:30-7 p.m. Thursday, July 8 at Plaza Diane in Powell. It will coincide with Plaza @5 with music by … more
More youth will have the opportunity to hunt this fall in Wyoming. As of July 1, youth hunters may pursue big or trophy game animals at 11 years old if they turn 12 by the end of the calendar … more
Recovery and the high rates of human-caused mortality among grizzly bears in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem (GYE) are the topic of Thursday’s University of Wyoming’s Harlow Summer … more
Due to dry conditions and the implementation of county and federal fire restrictions, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department has banned open fires on all Game and Fish Commission-owned and administered … more
GILLETTE (WNE) — A California woman accused of taking more than $5,000 worth of merchandise from Walmart told police that it couldn’t be considered shoplifting because she owned the … more
The Douglas City Council last month informally instructed its attorney, Mike Armstrong, to start crafting changes to its controversial public records policy, which currently mandates that the public … more
Fees charged by the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) for official birth, marriage, divorce and death certificates ordered through Vital Statistics Services (VSS) increased Monday. The costs of … more
Tillie Marchant was among the 8,442 graduates honored May 6 during the University of Utah’s 152nd general commencement ceremony. Marchant obtained a bachelor of science degree in communication. … more
After initially being shuttered due to concerns about E. coli, the Ok-A-Beh swim beach at Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area opened on Thursday afternoon. Park officials announced the news … more
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