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No matter how effective or ineffective you feel cloth face coverings are, if you refuse to wear one in public businesses in Teton County, you could be hit with a fine. Now that Teton District … more
TORRINGTON (WNE) — Former Goshen County Clerk of District Court Kathi Rickard will spend at least the next three years in prison for stealing over $100,000 during her time as an elected … more
Republican candidates vying to become Wyoming’s next U.S. senator discussed their stances on a wide range of issues, including the federal response to the COVID-19 pandemic, health care reform … more
A man was attacked and injured by a grizzly bear on Tuesday afternoon while hiking in the Shoshone National Forest southwest of Cody. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department said the man was hiking … more
As the year unraveled and the coronavirus pandemic upended most parts of life, it has been rare to see anything guaranteed in 2020. But months ago — at a time when most things were being … more
It’s been a tough year to be the president. But Sebastien McCarty isn’t going to let the pandemic change his commitment to his calves and his leadership of the Heart Mountain 4-H … more
Since she started showing rabbits about a half-dozen years ago, Aryanna Minemyer has learned a lot. When she took her rabbits to last year’s fair, “I was more prepared. I kind of knew … more
Michael Maddox attended a hog show with his sister when he was about 6 or 7 years old. He immediately took an interest in showing hogs and was soon entering pee wee shows. Today, he’s 18 … more
With so much canceled in 2020, Zoie Gaisford is thankful the livestock shows and sale will continue at the Park County Fair. “That’s always the thing I look forward to the most during … more
At the annual Junior Livestock Sale, kids and their livestock will be in the limelight — as they should be. But quietly behind the scenes, volunteers work countless hours throughout the year to … more
For his eighth birthday, Logan Mehling got a box full of show supplies. It got him into the world of showing animals, and the 18-year-old Powell High School graduate has stayed with it ever … more
Buyers at Saturday’s Junior Livestock Sale will have a tough time finding a local butcher if they haven’t made arrangements already. “All the local processing plants are booked … more
The Earhart family has a long history of showing livestock at the Park County Fair. Larry Earhart began showing cattle at the Park County Fair around age 8, and he still helps his grandkids today … more
Northwest College welcomes many international students every year. While the COVID-19 pandemic has created a number of challenges for students wanting to come to NWC to study, Intercultural … more
While it’s not the event that anyone expected or would have preferred, the Park County Fair will go on this week — and it will end with a bang. The 2020 fair begins with sheep shows at … more
Geoff Hovivian said he wants to bring “fresh” ideas to the city council. He’ll be 32 in September, and if elected, he would become the youngest person currently serving on the … more
When James Andrews saw no one running for the Powell City Council Ward I position, he said he tried to find someone who could speak more eloquently or looked better than him. Several phone calls … more
For members of Park County 4-H, the opportunities to compete will continue beyond this week’s Park County Fair. “With all of the unusual circumstances this year, 4-H wanted to make … more
A wildlife burned across 17,554 acres of short grass and brush south of Worland over the past week, but crews expected to have it fully contained by Monday night. The Neiber Fire started on July … more
The Cody Country Art League’s 55th Annual Community Art Show and Sale drew 218 entries from both professional and amateur artists in the area. Randy Burke took home the Best of Show award … more
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