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Concerned that flooding could wash out guests, Park County commissioners have again blocked the owner of a North Fork campground from building near a creek. They also ordered the Wheels of Wonderment … more
It’s getting a little bit cheaper to dump trash at Park County’s landfills. Last week, county commissioners voted 3-1 to lower the landfill tipping fees by about 5 percent. … more
The news that Cody Labs is shutting down and terminating 80 positions, which have an average annual salary of $70,000 each, was an unfortunate development for a public-private partnership that once … more
A federal judge has reinstated endangered species protections for grizzly bears in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, ending any chance of a hunt this year — and possibly for years to come. more
Getting from Cody to Greybull may soon mean taking a trip along the “Wild Horse Highway.” Supporters of the McCullough Peaks wild horse herd are lobbying the Wyoming Legislature to … more
Bighorn Lake is finally full — a sure sign of summer’s arrival. With improvements, Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area is ready for the arrival of the sun-loving crowd. Yet a short … more
It’s hard to think of Richard M. Nixon without immediately thinking of how his doomed presidency ended. Fifty years later, few recall the administration’s role in creating legislation … more
Despite missing out on a liquor license, a Lovell-based fitness center has decided to open a new Powell location anyway. “We had made the decision not to move forward with our expansion into … more
Despite drawing record crowds, the area’s only ice fishing tournament once again sent the top trophies home with Powell anglers. Braving wind chill temperatures as low as minus 25 degrees F … more
Coming to the end of his career in the National Park Service, Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk said the reality of retirement is increasingly difficult. “It gets harder to face every … more
President George H.W. Bush and former U.S. Sen. Al Simpson shared many personal and touching moments, including a snowball fight on the last night of the elder Bush’s presidency at the White … more
Shana Bartle loves Christmas. In fact, she begins planning her holiday decorations long before Thanksgiving; sometimes, even before Halloween. “I started on the 14th of October this … more
New Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon said he’ll pick up where his predecessor left off on several important wildlife issues — pledging his support for habitat conservation as well as pressing for … more
Powell will soon have the only Shopko store in the Big Horn Basin. Company leaders announced Wednesday that they’re closing another 137 Shopko stores — including the locations in … more
A spokesman for Valor Healthcare, which received the 5-year contract award for the clinic this summer, said he expects the new Community Based Outpatient Clinic to open sometime around the middle of November.  Meanwhile, the veterans clinic at … more
In continued efforts to support alpine lake fishing, state officials take to the sky each summer in a unique restocking program. For decades, the alpine lake stocking program has used helicopters … more
In the early morning hours of Sunday, Nov. 25, Autumn Rivera texted her sister to say she and her boyfriend were on their way home from a club — and were fighting again about their … more
Over the fiscal year that began July 1, local governments expect to collect $43.4 million in property taxes. The Park County Treasurer’s Office plans to send out tens of thousands of tax bills to property owners in the coming weeks. The … more
A prosecutor argued in court on Monday that authorities have strong evidence that Dennis Klingbeil murdered his wife, Donna Klingbeil, at their Wapiti home. Park County Attorney Bryan Skoric noted … more
After spending months of tending to their plots at Powell’s community garden, several local residents will not get to enjoy the fruits — or vegetables — of their labor. On … more
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