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Management of the Buffalo Bill Reservoir and North Fork Shoshone River fisheries will be discussed during a Tuesday program. Jason Burckhardt, a Game and Fish Department biologist, will present … more
GILLETTE (WNE) — Campbell County could potentially lose out on more than $30 million in unpaid mineral production taxes from Cloud Peak Energy after a federal bankruptcy judge’s … more
First Southern Baptist Church will host a weeklong Vacation Bible School from Monday, July 29 through Friday, Aug. 2. The title for the VBS is “In the Wild: Amazing Encounters With … more
On Tuesday, join the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area for an interactive, family friendly “Plant Bingo Hike.” Participants should meet at the Lovell Visitor Center at 9 a.m. … more
From funnel cakes to cotton candy to lemonade and much more, this week’s Park County Fair features a variety of food and drinks. more
The annual Park County Fair Parade will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 27. Parade entries will be lined up on Park Street and travel east to Bent Street. The parade route will run north up … more
A 9-year-old girl from Florida was injured by a bison on Monday afternoon in Yellowstone National Park. The incident occurred near Observation Point Trail in the Old Faithful area. Witnesses told … more
Launching into a hot chocolate-colored river, a three-man team began their final search of the spring for a survivor from the Jurassic period. One shift away from finishing a five-year study, the … more
This week’s Park County Fair promises fun for the whole family, from spinning carnival rides to smashing cars to a pair of country music stars. The annual fair, with a theme of “More … more
A vision to honor veterans who have lived in Powell took another step toward completion this month. Bud Schrickling, American Legion Post 26 trustee, approached the Powell City Council to get … more
The woman told the Wyoming Highway Patrol her name was Brandi Ortiz, a driver’s license in the car said she was Brandi Azure and her fingerprints indicated she was Tanya Johnson. When she … more
Northwest College students will have a new food service provider this fall For the past five years, NWC contracted with Chartwells for the service, but in the coming year, Sodexo will take over. … more
Northwest College is addressing the bird problems it’s suffered at Simpson Hall, though the work is being scaled back from what was originally planned. The insulation panels covering Simpson … more
While working to install a new natural gas pipeline in the downtown area, a Montana-Dakota Utilities contractor mistakenly hit one of the current gas lines Thursday afternoon. The low-pressure … more
What is new fair leader Mike Garza looking forward to the most about the 2019 Park County Fair? “I’m looking forward to surviving it, I hope,” he quipped in a recent … more
You can count on seeing plenty of goats at this year’s Park County Fair. While entries of other animals and items tend to ebb and flow, the number of goats shown at the fair has grown … more
For some, the fair is a chance to get fluffy, fresh cotton candy and play a game of chance. For others, with livestock, pets and children in tow, making the annual trip to the Park County Fair is … more
When the Knights of Valour came to Powell to put on a jousting show in 2014, the group’s owner, Shane Adams, said people weren’t entirely sure what to expect. “The fans were … more
Spring and early summer were “colder and wetter than ever before, a record setting year,” says the top Forest Service officer in the area. But the word to cabin owners in the Wapiti … more
Long days, early mornings and late nights of work will culminate in a single afternoon for local youth at the Junior Livestock Sale. FFA and 4-H exhibitors will sell their prized lambs, hogs, … more
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