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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
Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr visited Montana and Wyoming last week to learn about rural broadband and workforce development in the area. He has taken an interest in helping rural … more
Wildlife consultant and ethnobotanist John Mionczynski will be the featured speaker at the next Draper Natural History Museum Lunchtime Expedition lecture at the Buffalo Bill Center of the … more
Montana State University has announced its undergraduate honor rolls for the spring semester, with a pair of Powell students among them. Bryce Bott was named to the President’s List by … more
Join Northwest College for the first Adult Learner Night at NWC event Tuesday, June 25, from 5:30-7 p.m. in the Fagerberg Building on the Powell campus. Those who are interested in coming back to … more
It was a busy weekend for Cody police. Between early Friday morning and Sunday night, Cody officers made nine arrests — including five people suspected of driving while under the influence … more
Buffalo Bill State Park is hosting an Osprey presentation by Mary Oechsner on Saturday, from 6–7 p.m. at Shreve Lodge. Oechsner, a retired U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist, will … 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
Lillian Cline doesn’t feel 100 years old. “It feels just like it did when I was 40,” she said. “I remember being 40.” While she didn’t particularly enjoy … more
As Game and Fish red shirts pulled into the launch at dusk, Deaver Reservoir fishermen were few. Those left were working hard for bites, but it was still early. Walleye move to the shallows after … more
The weather and a squirrel were to blame for power outages Sunday morning. Before the start of Sunday morning services at Union Presbyterian Church, a loud pop was heard in the alley behind the … more
The thumping of the helicopter blades could be heard from just about anywhere in Powell Friday, as a CH-47D “Chinook” hovered around Northwest College. Residents gathered around the … more
After learning that key witnesses made inconsistent statements, prosecutors have dropped all charges against a Cody nurse, who was alleged to have sexually assaulted an unconscious patient in … more
Zach Hutchinson has nothing against the western meadowlark, which is probably a good thing. The species is the official Wyoming state bird and popular with most residents in its range. However, … more
A Cody man who crashed into a downtown light pole late Thursday night said he swerved to miss a deer; Powell police, however, say he was drunk. The crash occurred shortly before midnight on South … more
A small, private plane crashed at Yellowstone Regional Airport this morning, flipping upside down. The occupants of the Piper Cub — a student pilot and a local flight instructor — were not injured. more
Some substantial changes are coming to the Powell Tribune’s website. Since the Tribune site launched decades ago, it’s undergone multiple redesigns, but two things have remained … more
Powell’s infamous spring winds took hundreds of dollars from a local woman on Friday, but the generosity of community members gave it back. The woman called the Powell Police Department on … more
From county commission meetings to the governor’s office, a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on a Crow tribal member’s alleged poaching in the Bighorn National Forest has officials and hunters … more
As an art teacher, Jane Woods loves to display her students’ work and highlight the great things they’re doing. But at a school-wide assembly last week, the Powell Middle School … more
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