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So, in 2002, he left his job as emergency room manager at Powell Valley Healthcare and moved to Madisonville, Kentucky, where he went to school at Murray State University to become a nurse anesthetist. Katz said he’d considered going into nurse … more
At a December meeting, commissioners said they would like to acquire the former Beartooth Ranch — which federal authorities seized from a drug smuggler roughly two decades ago — and some commissioners suggested selling the property to a private … more
Western functional art has a long history in the Cody area, beginning most notably with saddle maker, leather and silver worker Edward Bohlin and furniture maker Thomas Molesworth, both of whom helped develop and define the Western style in the … more
The Cody meeting was billed as a conversation with concerned citizens about the department’s conservation efforts for Yellowstone cutthroat trout. “This is truly the beginning of a conversation. We are starting tonight. We want your help in … more
“It’s pretty much known statewide that Powell’s school district is doing some amazing things with computer science,” said Sen. Ray Peterson, R-Cowley. “It’s been on their own, and it’s been ongoing.” Computer science courses are … more
Joshua Lucus, 32, was handed a three- to five-year sentence by District Court Judge Bill Simpson on Thursday for a felony count of possessing equipment or supplies with the intent to engage in a clandestine lab operation. Deputy Park County … more
Officers are prohibited from growing beards and “each year a select few make a run on me requesting a change to that policy, and each year I respond with my concerns over beards in uniform,” Powell Police Chief Roy Eckerdt explained in a recent … more
Young writers ages 12 to 14 — and adult writers aged 15 and above — are eligible to win cash prizes and have their work published in the Tribune. “The Friends of the Powell Branch Library would like to recognize and honor Gib Mathers, a … more
Michelle Giltner captured a shot of the two cubs last spring, as they leaned on a guardrail along the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway. When the Powell school teacher uploaded her shot to Facebook, it quickly became an online sensation. In Giltner’s … more
That’s according to a recent Park County School District No. 1 survey that drew responses from roughly 190 employees — more than half of the district’s 350 staffers. “I was quite astounded by the responses,” said Jay Curtis, … more
Denver artist Jodie Cooper has been selected to create a sculpture for the building, according to a statement from the Wyoming Arts Council. Through Wyoming’s Art in Public Buildings program, Cooper will create a two-part steel plate sculpture … more
On Thursday, the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission directed the department’s Wildlife Division to develop regulations for a grizzly hunting season this fall. “The sportsmen of Wyoming have spent about $50 million to help recover the … more
Installed by Steelhead Communications out of Buckley, Washington, the new 82-foot cellphone tower is owned by Verizon. It will link to Verizon’s current tower on Monroe Street through fiber optic cable. Since the tower lies on City of Powell … more
Commissioners and library leaders moved toward privatizing the Bistro after deciding they could no longer absorb the cafe’s annual losses, which have run between $47,000 and $55,000 in recent years. The hope was that a private business could have … more
Hosted by Wyoming Rising- Northwest — a progressive grassroots organization of local citizens — the march was held loosely in conjunction with similar marches across the nation. The first Women and Allies March was held last January, a day after … more
“The idea is to have a visitor management system that enhances our security and allows us to track and monitor visitors on a much, much more efficient and heightened level,” said Jay Curtis, school district superintendent. Every Powell school … more
Diamond Wing Upland Game Birds, LLC, was the only entity to apply, be certified and receive a permit under a state law passed last year. The legislation allows private game bird farms to attempt the difficult captive sage grouse rearing process, … more
The park counted 4,116,525 visits last year — about 140,600 (or 3.3 percent) fewer visitors than the record number of visits that were recorded in 2016. On the eastern side of Yellowstone, roughly 509,000 travelers passed through the East … more
The work will include the basic repairs needed to reopen the facility, fixes to residence rooms and hallways and will also involve remodeling the common areas. The cost for repairs to the 450-student occupancy residence hall is estimated at just … more
As Cal pulled to the shoulder, Ahalt stared out the window. A rough-legged hawk hovered over a field divided by a fence strung between weathered wood posts, recycled from a downed tree years ago. Ahalt was spending a cherished day off … more
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