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A trio of Powell students made the President’s Honor Roll at Casper College for the 2019 spring semester. Sadie Hogan, Katelyn Lang and Mariah Lang each earned the honor. To qualify, … more
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West was recently granted a Sustainability Excellence Award from the American Alliance of Museums for its long-term efforts to reduce energy consumption. Only one or … more
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area is seeking a vendor to provide campground services near Fort Smith, Montana. The Afterbay Campground contains two pit toilets, 40 campsites, picnic tables, … more
Bighorn National Forest officials have made recent changes to post and pole harvesting. Post and pole (live, dead, and tepee) cutting is now open forest-wide unless otherwise designated. No … more
It was a training day. So when Kris Brock arrived at Beck Lake Park with her three excited companions, she took a human rib bone out of her truck and headed for the high grass. The bone was not a … more
Anna Paris has been serving as the Powell Police Department’s community service officer since 1990. In that position, she helps with parking, gives safety talks and supports patrol officers. … more
Based in Cody, 3 Dog Rescue has come to the aid of many dogs around the Big Horn Basin. Over the past three years, the nonprofit has placed more than 100 dogs into new homes. In addition, they … more
The family of a kayaking guide who died in Yellowstone National Park two years ago is suing the company that employed him, its owners and several of its employees. In the suit, Timothy Conant’s … more
With storms threatening Sunday, a half-dozen horsemen loaded their saddle bags and panniers with serious looking saws, lunches of canned sardines and jerky, and rain slickers. They climbed aboard … more
A couple years ago, University of Wyoming agricultural economist Thomas Foulke was on vacation in France. Flipping through a French cookbook, he saw a recipe for bread that used spelt. Foulke … more
Citing serious health problems and a desire to be with his family, a Powell man who’s serving prison time for killing his wife is asking for a shorter sentence. David Williamson’s … more
Wyoming Republicans are looking for someone to represent the state party at the national level after local resident Richard George resigned to take a job out of state. George, who had most … more
Area residents are invited to explore Argentina and Uruguay this coming winter, Dec. 21 though Jan. 2, during a Northwest College field studies trip. Led by NWC Instructor of Spanish Connie Moore, … more
The Meeteetse Museums and Elaine Haberland of Lost Canyon Photography will host a free Western photography workshop on Saturday. The event begins at 1 p.m. at the museum, 1947 State St. in … more
The Eastern Wyoming College auditorium filled to capacity on June 15 with family and friends there to see the Wyoming Cowboy ChalleNGe Academy graduate its largest class. A total of 59 cadets … more
JACKSON — When Teton County Sheriff Matt Carr heard about some middle school students broadcasting the inmate list on cellphones to bully a classmate whose mother was in jail, he no longer had … more
CHEYENNE – Former U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis on Thursday filed information with the Federal Election Commission that could be a precursor to a run for retiring Sen. Mike Enzi’s seat in … more
A worker at a North Fork resort was shot in the shoulder last week after a coworker’s vintage pistol was accidentally discharged, the Park County Sheriff’s Office says. Aryean Vermunt, … more
The Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund board awarded $293,293.29 to three dozen projects around the state at its recent grant review meeting in Thermopolis. Awards were given to a wide variety of … more
Tensions within the Park County Republican Party boiled over Monday night, as three of the party’s top leaders resigned over “irreconcilable differences” with Chairman Martin … more
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