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Although the fair is still another month away, the Park County Fairgrounds will be bustling this weekend with a community barbecue, fireworks demonstration and Figure 8 race. “We enjoy … more
A 79-year-old Powell man died Monday after suffering a medical emergency and crashing on West Coulter Avenue. The Park County Coroner identified the deceased as Jimmy “Jim” … more
“If you could taste legacy, it would taste like our pork chile.” That’s the conclusion of Alejandra Gonzales in response to the many who have commented on the coming closure of … more
Just a few years ago Powell alum Dakota Hansen could be found performing in Powell High School’s musicals as well as the All Northwest Choir her senior year. Hansen, now a University … more
Demand for software developers has been growing as the world becomes ever more digitally entwined. Starting this fall, Northwest College will be helping to meet that growing demand. NWC is … more
A pair of political veterans — Wyoming Republican Party National Committeewoman Nina Webber and Cody Mayor Matt Hall — are squaring off as they vie to become the next state representative … more
With a theme noting Wyoming’s cowboy state nickname, the Clark community's annual Jubilee celebration will ride out Saturday, June 22 with a “Wild West” themed parade at 9 a.m. … more
A case regarding the illegal killing of a bull elk in a limited quota hunt area on Oct. 31, 2023, was recently closed after multiple tips and an investigation by local game wardens identified the … more
CASPER (WNE) — Five Wyoming companies have been selected to participate in Microsoft’s “gBETA” business accelerator program, which helps startup companies ramp up promising … more
LARAMIE — The University of Wyoming Extension recently released a new software application that can be used to identify Wyoming plant diseases and pests.  The mobile app, called … more
Steve Samuelson has been keeping a secret. A very tasty secret. The WYOld West master brewer and co-owner has a new beer only known by its code name; Project B. This dry-hopped gem starts with a … more
We're proud to announce this year's winners of our annual Cutest Pet Contest! Congratulations to Samantha Jo Gullickson, April Burbank Rodriguez, Kaitlin Diane Fyne, Erin Study, Melissa Donaldson and … more
A Cody man who’s been named as a suspect in the disappearance of his ex-girlfriend has reached an agreement with federal prosecutors on pending gun and ammo charges, though the details have yet … more
It’s the southside of Powell’s turn for some street maintenance. Later this summer, contractors will slurry seal 100,000 yards of streets generally in the southern part of the city … more
Following a bad year of vandalism at Powell’s public parks, city officials are hoping members of the public will help be their eyes and ears this summer. Vandals dealt a significant amount … more
When Wilbur (the pig) escaped from his pen just south of the Powell city limits, Gunner raced to Wilbur’s side as he saw the possibility of  making a new friend. In early April, the … more
Since Powell Middle School’s WYTOPP scores were excellent and they won back “the belt,” a WWE styled trophy traded between area middle schools, all who were in attendance thought … more
Some came for the memories, some for curiosity, some for history and some for bricks. Whatever their reasons, people spread out in the now nearly empty spaces of the Powell Library building on … more
A group of experienced local kayakers helped rescue a rafter on the Shoshone River west of Cody on Sunday afternoon who was trapped in a cave after the raft the subject and two others were in flipped … more
Powell High School students will be showing off their skills in the Peach State when they compete at SkillsUSA’s National Leadership and Skills Conference competition in Atlanta. Incoming … more
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