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Last week, Cody maintenance workers rotomilled a section of bumps on Wyo. Highway 120, about 17 miles north of Cody. The section of roadway at milepost 117 is scheduled to be patched in … more
Bighorn National Forest managers and members of the Forest Plan Steering Committee will attend a field trip on Wednesday, Aug. 28. The trip will begin at 9:30 a.m. at Shell Falls Visitor Center. The … more
An educational program on bear biology, habitat and behaviors will be presented at Buffalo Bill State Park, on Saturday, Aug. 31, from 6-7 p.m. at the Sheep Mountain Day Use Area. Retired U.S. … more
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department captured and relocated a sub-adult male grizzly bear last week. The bear was captured for killing cattle on a U.S. Forest Service grazing allotment north of … more
After a year of diligent work on preparations for building a new full-service hospital, leaders of the Riverton Medical District say a key provision in the effort will be ensuring that the hospital … more
Wyoming lawmakers are weighing legislative action to help resolve a shortage of public defenders that has forced judges to call on private attorneys. The Judiciary Committee decided last week to … more
By the end of this week, the City of Powell’s electrical substation should be fully repaired from a June explosion. Some critical work was completed on Wednesday and Thursday mornings, but … more
By the time the sun began illuminating tree-covered peaks, Sam Stephens was already in hot pursuit of a cow moose near Shell. Before 5 a.m., his green company truck was packed and Stephens — … more
A Powell man is alleged to have caused a drunken disturbance at a rural Cody residence and fought with two Park County Sheriff’s deputies earlier this month. It was the second time in as … more
The NWC Board of Trustees held their monthly meeting in Meeteetse on Monday, which included a review of active vendor contracts and memorandums of understanding for fiscal year 2020. The review … more
A Cody man has been arrested and charged on allegations that he redistributed child pornography on a social networking site last year. Carl Watts, 35, is facing a felony count of sexual … more
The Powell Police Department is offering a free night of family fun at the American Dream Drive-in this weekend. Saturday’s event will feature a kid-friendly “crime scene … more
After a week of remaining mum about the details, Big Horn County leaders announced Thursday that an issue with asbestos led them to close the Basin courthouse Aug. 8. In an update posted to the … more
With the school year set to begin next week, kids can enjoy a Saturday of fun at the Last Splash of Summer. The second annual event takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Park County … more
With September around the corner, it is quilt show time again. Organizers of the 2019 Yellowstone Quilt Fest are encouraging residents to enter quilts in next month’s show. Quilts that … more
The Draper Natural History Museum at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West will host a free Thursday lecture featuring Todd Surovell, professor of anthropology at the University of Wyoming. The program … more
LARAMIE (WNE) — Laramie attorney Michael Pearce, the chairman of the Albany County Republican Party, has been suspended from practicing law for one year. The Wyoming Supreme Court ordered … more
Sitting around a campfire is the stereotypical camping activity: Flames lick the logs, someone roasts marshmallows while bats and nighthawks swoop around, eating mosquitoes. For Ashley Pipkin that … more
Bighorn National Forest managers have temporarily closed a popular cave after finding that bats have taken up residence inside the cavern. On a recent trip to Tongue River Cave west of Dayton, … more
As part of ongoing efforts to track the spread of deadly white-nose syndrome among the state’s bats, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department recently surveyed bats in multiple caves. In … more
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