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Chip sealing will complete a pair of pavement rehabilitation projects east of Lovell and west of Byron, according to a Wyoming Department of Transportation press release. Work began Tuesday. … more
Early Wednesday morning Cody Volunteer Firefighters responded to calls of smoke and flames at the Caleco Foundry, just outside of the city on Reesy Road, near Wyo. Highway 120. Seventeen firefighters … more
Lacy Mae knows the Homesteader Fishing Pond well. Twenty-seven years ago she was brought to the pond by her father, Rick Ebersberger, on Powell’s annual Kids' Free Fishing Day. On that day she … more
The Market (formerly Mr. Ds) will be no more — aside from the liquor store — in roughly 10 days. Store Manager Caroline Johnson said the business started to discount its inventory … more
For years Salt Lake City was an expected destination for flights from Yellowstone Regional Airport, whether as the year-long destination or at least a summer one. Now, leaders at the airport and … more
A dispute over an off-road vehicle escalated into an attempted murder last week, prosecutors say. Charging documents allege Jose N. Gonzalez Ayala of Clark tried running over a Ralston … more
There’s no problem like a math problem, especially for Tyler Kruger, a Powell Middle School eighth grader who placed first in his age group at the Wolsborn-Drazovich Wyoming State Mathematics … more
After waiting until the last minute, a couple more candidates have decided to join the race for the Park County Commission. With JP Jones and Kelly Simone of Cody filing on Friday, there are now … more
A high school counselor from Washington who’s alleged to have had an inappropriate sexual relationship with a 17-year-old student was apprehended in Cody last week. Derik J. Detweiler, 35, … more
While the new student center is by far the most obvious project, the Northwest College campus is alive this summer with construction sites. That includes more parking lot maintenance, something … more
While a growing number of states are taking steps to legalize marijuana, Wyoming should keep it illegal, the Powell City Council says. At their May 20 meeting, council members indicated they … more
The 2024 season for Artists In Residence (AIR)  at Bighorn Canyon has begun. The 2023 artist in residence, Mary Arnold, has been working all winter to finish works for her gallery exhibit this … more
With the onset of warmer weather, the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) is warning residents to beware of wild animals that may carry rabies, especially bats, as they become more seasonally … more
The Wyoming Arts Council is accepting applications from nonprofit organizations and individual teaching artists for the Creative Aging Project Grant. Grants will be awarded to organizations … more
JACKSON — Shayne Patrick Burke was moving quickly through the woods, when he saw it clearly, running up a small hill: A grizzly cub, running the opposite way. As soon as he saw the bear, he … more
DENVER — The U.S. Forest Service has a new new regional forester for the Rocky Mountain Region. Troy Heithecker was appointed to the position last week and he will be on the job effective … more
GILLETTE (WNE) — A 27-year-old man who went to the police Thursday afternoon to report that he shot his girlfriend ended up being arrested for drug use. He showed up at the police … more
Summer has finally arrived and folks are eager to kick off their travels right. The musical talent of the Cowboy State provides the perfect soundtrack for any adventure across Wyoming’s … more
One of the Meeteetse Museums’ prized possessions — the pelt of a black-footed ferret named Elyssa — was stolen by a tourist last week. However, thanks to quick action by law … more
When Tom Bibbey first put a trumpet to his pursed lips 73 years ago, it was impossible for him to know where it would take him and how one song would eventually come to mean to him personally. … more
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