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Three rough-legged hawks, all brought in bad shape to Ironside Bird Rescue in Cody were released into the foothills of the McCullough Peaks. Susan Ahalt, who has run the facility for the past 30 years, names all birds that come to her for treatment. … more
“I know that he has all the skills to do this job really well and to help us grow our district,” said Jay Curtis, superintendent of Park County School District No. 1. Sleep will remain principal at the middle school through June and … more
A committee of about a dozen people, representing interests ranging from environmental groups to off-road vehicle users, has been debating what to do with the High Lakes Wilderness Study Area for months. On Tuesday, Park County commissioners gave … more
The Powell Volunteer Fire Department was paged out at 6:56 p.m. to reports of a fully engulfed structure in the 800 block of east Seventh Street. The trailer’s resident, Cory White of Powell, said Monday that he was doing OK, all things … more
Fast forward to Saturday and the public access at the Belfry Bridge, in Cody, is pristine. Shelters for picnics and family gatherings built by community groups dot the shoreline and the banks of the Shoshone River are clear of litter — an inviting … more
“I’m bringing my bill again in hopes that you guys all will see the light,” Laursen quipped in pitching his bill to his fellow legislators last week. The Powell Republican added that, “Many people despise changing the clock two times a … more
“I come home, and the fire department is all over the place, and the house is in extreme flame, and that was it,” Goldberg said. “It was a big shock,” he said Tuesday. “I mean, it was a terrible shock.” No one was inside the home … more
Representatives from the City of Powell and Engineering Associates will present the preliminary design of the proposed project, as well as answer any questions from the public. Streets Superintendent Gary Butts said property owners on Absaroka … more
For those seeking insane adventure, climbing waterfalls in the middle of Wyoming’s harsh winter is the perfect ticket to free-flowing adrenaline. All of Novak’s work with the festival was done in an attempt to save it and to educate future … more
The usually fun-loving and boisterous athlete was uncharacteristically quiet and sullen; Rodrigues knew something heavy weighed on his mind. “He’s usually this happy-go-lucky kid, but I just caught a weird vibe from him,” the coach … more
The team had caught a lot of fish, but mostly small cutthroat and rainbow trout. At 1:20 p.m. Terry’s pole bent. The favorite of the Meeteetse Ice Fishing Derby could tell he had a nice fish. As the trophy finally appeared, all Terry could see was … more
“We’re going to reach a point in the next five to 10 years where we’re going to have to do something, at this rate,” Steward told county commissioners last week. On an average day in 2017, the Park County Detention Center held 72 inmates … more
The Powell Police Department’s dispatch center received a call from a blocked number at 9:43 p.m., in which a male reported that two people had gone into the hotel and shot someone in the back of the head. The first officers arrived at the … more
In an automobile, you’re insulated from the environment. You can roll up the windows, turn up the tunes and peer out the windows in reclining seats and simply enjoy the park’s landscapes and wildlife like a movie with a soundtrack. But on a … more
KNWT Trapper Radio, 89.1 FM, went silent last July, a casualty of budget cuts and the elimination of the college’s radio/TV broadcasting program in 2016. Attempts to transfer the license to Wyoming Public Media were initially hindered by a … more
“The state and the county are seeing an uptick in flu,” said Dr. Aaron Billin of Powell Valley Healthcare, who also serves as Park County’s health officer. “We’re not seeing the severity they’re seeing in other states, but it may get … more
“We’re looking at what to do with ExpressCare,” said PVHC Executive Director Terry Odom. “Volume in ExpressCare is half of what it was a couple years ago.” Two subcommittees are considering different options, Odom said. One is looking … 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
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
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
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