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Chronic wasting disease is killing deer and threatening other ungulates across Wyoming — and the more scientists look for CWD, the more of it they find. more
Non-citizens are a vital source of labor for Park County businesses. That was one of the takeaways from a panel of speakers who offered an eye-opening glimpse into how vital foreign workers are to … more
In recent weeks, more than a dozen women have contacted the Park County Sheriff’s Office to report being abused at a Clark facility for troubled teenage girls. The allegations — from 15 … more
It had become a point of pride for volunteers to fill a dumptruck full of garbage during their annual Shoshone River cleanup. But now pride is found in the fact that the effort on the Shoshone has … more
A river of tears ran down Shelley Statler’s rosy cheeks, as members of the Army National Guard Honor Guard presented her with the American flag from atop her grandfather’s coffin. Statler … more
Hemp still has a long way to go before it can become an important commodity in Wyoming or the nation as a whole. Gov. Mark Gordon recently signed legislation that provides funding for testing hemp … more
An artist who once covered a Powell house in cheese is taking on a new challenge: Building a cheese wall at the U.S.-Mexico border. Los Angeles-based artist Cosimo Cavallaro says he was inspired … more
A Powell woman has been sentenced to three years of supervised probation for committing a string of burglaries in 2017, while on probation for a meth-related offense. Prosecutors and Valorie … more
When Wyoming Game and Fish commissioners voted unanimously to install David Rael as their new president last week, he found it hard to think about what it all meant. Rael couldn’t have … more
On Tuesday, City of Powell officials selected Zack Thorington — the current IT director and longtime staffer — as Powell’s next city administrator. “I’ve had a … more
Newly released statistics show 2018 was the deadliest year on record for the region’s grizzly bears.Wildlife managers in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho euthanized a total of 42 grizzlies last year … more
With dogged determination, Tina Fagan and Judy Londo have pursued the construction of a dog park in Powell.Besides being good for Powell pups, they say the park would be an added amenity to sell … more
While many enjoyed the first weekend of spring with family and watching basketball tournaments, a group of volunteers was busy racing from one emergency call to the next.Powell firefighters had a … more
They were chasing wild geese when yet another real estate listing in an endless stream of disappointments caught their eye. The Sapp family was looking for a home in “God’s country” … more
Val Murray was born and raised in Powell. She and her two brothers are the fourth generation of Murrays to farm, and this year will be the 105th crop year for the family farm operation, Murraymere … more
June Minchow, director of emergency and critical care services at Powell Valley Healthcare, is exuberant as she points out plans for new treatment rooms — part of a $1.7 million renovation of … more
As Powell’s enrollment has steadily climbed in recent years, Cody’s has dwindled. This school year, Cody has 594 high school students — just 25 more than the 569 high-schoolers … more
With the effort still proving too pricey, a Powell game bird farm has again shelved its plans to raise sage grouse. Over the past two years, Diamond Wing Game Birds has sought to become certified … more
On Friday, President Donald Trump’s administration published its intent to remove Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves in the lower 48 states. That triggered a 60-day review by a … more
A series of efforts on the part of Northwest College leaders appear to be helping to keep students enrolled and working toward the completion of their degrees. NWC’s retention rates are … more
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