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Park County commissioners abruptly fired the county’s events coordinator on Tuesday, voting to terminate Teecee Barrett following a closed-door session. Barrett had served in the position … more
Join the Meeteetse Museums for a free tour of the archaeological site Legend Rock, starting at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. Legend Rock State Petroglyph Site is located about 37 miles south of Meeteetse. … more
The Wyoming Transportation Commission will tour the Beartooth Highway on Wednesday in an effort to learn more about the history and the future of maintaining the high-elevation route. A regular … more
Four educators from Northwest College were among those who recently completed intensive active-learning training. This summer institute at Sheridan College was the kickoff event for a yearlong, … more
“I love doing what I do,” said Smith, a Powell High School science teacher. “I love being able to take kids to Yellowstone and their eyes are open to a new world up there.” Smith was recently recognized by the National Science Teachers … more
Hattie Pimentel is one of two students from the Cowboy State selected for the United States Senate Youth Program. “Each year, this extremely competitive merit-based program brings 104 of the most outstanding high school students ... to … more
A new set of stamps celebrates America’s wild and scenic rivers — those deemed outstandingly remarkable for their fish and wildlife, geology, recreation and cultural or historical … more
The unseasonably wet and cool weather is causing problems with roads and trails in the Shoshone and Bighorn national forests. Shoshone officials announced Friday that they’ve closed two … more
Josh Pomeroy’s professional title is arborist, but he calls himself a “tree nerd.” Last fall, he learned about a program in Cheyenne that is planting 400 trees per year. Being … more
Court records say Katie Marcus, 37, tried stealing $157.18 worth of items from the Cody Walmart last July. Marcus was arrested at the store and served three days in jail before making bail. She pleaded guilty to misdemeanor shoplifting at an … more
Cheney says she’s fighting frivolous lawsuits by environmental and conservation groups. “Everybody deserves a seat at the table, but I think we have to get to the point that we recognize that groups shouldn’t be able to use the court system … more
Immigration, reproductive health care, equal pay, indigenous women, LGTB rights, history and science were among the diverse topics discussed at the Women and Allies March in Cody on … more
Wrapped inside a huge public lands bill that’s currently sitting on President Donald Trump’s desk is a permanent reauthorization of the popular Land and Water Conservation Fund Act. And … more
Before embarking on their next adventure, dozens of Powell teens will receive something they’ve worked hard for: Their high school diplomas. One hundred and fifteen Powell High School … more
A new summer series at Plaza Diane will bring live music, art, food, games and fun to the downtown community arts center on Thursday evenings. Plaza @ Five begins this week and will continue … more
Clean comedy, music and “non-denominational style gospel” will be on display in Cody on Sunday. The event, which begins at 7 p.m. at the Holiday Inn, 1701 Sheridan Ave., features two … more
The recommendations from Yellowstone Regional Airport’s board and the Cody-Yellowstone Air Improvement Resources (CYAIR) organization were driven by past unhappiness with United Airlines, which would operate the Denver flight, and satisfaction … more
Improved cell and Wi-Fi service may be coming to Wyoming’s national park properties, according to park leaders. Yellowstone National Park’s new superintendent Cameron Sholly said he … more
SHERIDAN (WNE) — New agreements will allow the Sheridan College campus to significantly expand and bring potential for growth to the college and community. On Wednesday, the Northern Wyoming … more
The station — at the corner of Wyo. Highway 291 (the South Fork Road) and U.S. Highway 14/16/20 in Cody — has been in operation for about 40 years. Hunters are required to stop on the way out from their hunts, whether having harvested game or … more
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