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While Powell was set to keep its Shopko store if the chain survived, the company announced Monday that it will shut down all of its remaining stores by mid-June. more
In 2015, federal authorities agreed that William “Bill” Lee’s days of dealing and using methamphetamine appeared to be behind him. As a probation officer explained at the time, Lee … more
Seeking to protect migrating mule deer herds, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is proposing some new restrictions for the 2019 hunting season in Upper Shoshone and Clark’s Fork areas. The … more
On assignment in Namibia in 2015, National Geographic adventure writer Mark Jenkins intended to send back a piece about climbing the Brandberg, the country’s highest peak, and documenting the … more
Kenneth “Val” Geissler of Cody has been prohibited from having contact with any juveniles since September, when he was charged with forcibly kissing a 17-year-old girl and trying to get … more
One of the Powell Police Department’s drug detecting K-9s has been forced into retirement after suffering from severe arthritis. Zeke, an 8-year-old German shepherd, began having trouble … more
Rep. Dan Laursen, R-Powell, held a town hall meeting last week to discuss the outcomes of this year’s legislative session. Taxes and revenue topped the list of concerns of the three locals who … 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
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
As many artisans in the business of Western design near retirement, there aren’t a lot of new people getting into the industry. But if all goes as planned, graduates of a new internship program … more
Local thermometers hit rock bottom over a very frosty weekend. The Powell Municipal Airport, for instance, registered a minus 41 degree wind chill Sunday morning. However, the cold generally … more
Although he missed most of the action in the Wyoming Legislature this year, it may have been the most difficult session yet for state Rep. David Northrup, R-Powell. In the middle of the session … more
For most hunters, a bighorn ram tag is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Only about 180 licenses are issued in Wyoming each year. For those lucky enough to score a tag, the hunts are taken … more
Concerns about the heavy coaching turnover at Northwest College over the past two years came to head this month, when a tearful volleyball player took her frustrations to the college’s board of … more
New temporary canine residents at the Park County Animal Shelter in Cody were happy to once again have their paws on the ground, after a long trip from Oklahoma that included several transfers … more
Perhaps by way of necessity, the staff and volunteers at the Powell Senior Center are pretty resourceful; they have a lot to do in a very small building. Every room at the North Gilbert Street … more
The headliner for this year’s Park County Fair will likely need little introduction for local residents. Country musician Ned LeDoux, a Kaycee native and the son of Wyoming legend Chris … more
Concerned with stark data on local mule deer herds, hardcore hunters met with biologists last week to discuss the possibility of new hunting restrictions — perhaps including shorter … more
The Wyoming Community Development Authority (WCDA) is helping fund a new low-income apartment complex on Powell’s north edge. The WCDA announced earlier this month that it’s awarded … more
Decked out in 1980s fashion and plenty of hairspray, Powell High School theatre students will perform “Rock of Ages” this weekend. Built around classic rock songs from the ’80s, … more
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