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After 20 years of service to the people of Park County, sheriff’s deputy Jackson James “J.J.” Schwindt is retiring. Schwindt’s last day on patrol was Friday and he’ll … more
While most outdoor enthusiasts are still looking to enjoy boating, hiking and other summertime pursuits, it may already be time to start planning for a snowmobile trip to Yellowstone National Park … more
For the first time in 35 years, water from West Newton Lake outside Cody has been naturally flowing into neighboring East Newton. That could spell good news for the fishery in East Newton Lake, the … more
When Powell kids go back to school this month, they’ll miss seeing some familiar faces. Bus driver Ken George and special education paraeducator Sudie Thormahlen retired in May; the school … more
A wildfire is burning on the eastern edge of Yellowstone National Park, near its border with the Shoshone National Forest. Mapped at 29 acres as of Tuesday, smoke from the Pollux Fire may be … more
Lovell artist Bobbie Brown will be the second Artist In Residence of the year at Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area. She will be in the park from Aug. 19 to Sept. 2. As part of her residency, … more
A grizzly bear was relocated to a spot just east of Yellowstone National Park last week, after it killed cattle in the Pinedale area. The sub-adult female was captured and transported to the … more
Registration is underway for the Buffalo Bill State Park Youth Fishing Derby scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 10. Kids ages 1 to 13 are invited to participate in this fun and free event. Registration … more
Former Kane resident Karen Spragg will share about the Wyoming town and the people who once lived there during a presentation in Lovell next week. The program begins at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 16, … more
Preliminary study results of four dry bean varieties will be presented at the Dry Beans and Sustainable Farming Practices Mini Field day this month. The program takes place from 9-10 a.m. Thursday, … more
If you want to see some of the benefits of athletics and activities — beyond the thrill of hitting a 3-pointer on the basketball court or a high-note at a concert — just look at the … more
Just days after finalizing the budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year, Park County commissioners began working on the next one, hoping to slash $2 million worth of spending. As part of that effort, … more
Powell Valley Healthcare is taking another step toward finalizing an affiliation with the Billings Clinic. Though it could be another year before the agreement is complete, both providers are … more
Having outgrown its current quarters, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department plans to leave its regional office south of Cody and build a new one on the north side of the city. The department is … more
In the future, managing predators like bears or sharks could include improved bear sprays that use gel, sound cannons and drones, both in the air and underwater. The ideas were but a few mentioned … more
The Meeteetse Museums will host its annual, free tour of the abandoned mining town of Kirwin on Saturday. Participants will meet at the Meeteetse Museums at 8 a.m. to leave for the town at 8:30 … more
After plans to install some musical instruments outside the Cody library fell through, the Park County Library Foundation opted to put them at a city park instead. Earlier this year, a collection … more
How do you get kids to willingly sign up for additional learning after school, when they could be at home watching TV or playing with friends? Introduce a robot. In Southside Elementary … more
An Albany County District Court judge has ordered the University of Wyoming to present for her private review contested documents regarding former university President Laurie Nichols, who was demoted … more
When classes begin on Aug. 26, students will see some new faces in Powell schools. more
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