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We’re all familiar with the expression “bird brain,” generally intended as an insult meaning a person of limited intelligence. At the next Draper Natural History Museum Lunchtime … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — The Research and Planning Section of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services reported Wednesday that the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained … more
CHEYENNE — Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon is encouraging all residents of the state to take two minutes of their time to search www.mycash.wyo.gov and see if they are entitled to any of the $110 … more
More and more Wyoming students aren’t getting vaccines. These aren’t the much-maligned and distrusted COVID-19 vaccines, though. They’re long-utilized inoculations against … more
A driver crashed through Powell Valley Healthcare’s emergency room entrance early Saturday morning, damaging the building but resulting in no injuries. Police arrested a 43-year-old … more
Last summer, Park County prosecutors charged a Powell man with 18 misdemeanor crimes, alleging he’d committed multiple wildlife violations over the past two decades. On Monday, they agreed to … more
If you listen long enough in the isolation of Wyoming’s great outdoors, away from the chaos of civilization and the constant hum of tires on pavement, you can hear the Shoshone River’s … more
Wyoming schools now have a clear path to curriculum transparency thanks to a collaborative effort between participating school districts, stakeholders and the Wyoming Department of Education.  … more
After a more-than-three-hour meeting that featured dozens of public comments, the Park County Planning and Zoning Commission certified a land use plan with language opposed by most of those in … more
Sporting Lead-Free, a Wyoming hunting and angling conservation organization, has grown quickly since its inception in 2021, becoming a force encouraging hunters and anglers to use non-lead options … more
Powell Shoshone FFA’s wool judging team earned five top three placements and made its presence known at the Wyoming Wool Initiative 7220 Wool Invitational Contest in Laramie.  … more
The Park County Travel Council is making a push to attract more filmmakers to the area — and the council’s leader says the effort is already paying off. At a mid-December Park County … more
An opening reception and awards presentation for the Second Annual Northwest College Photo Contest is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 6, from 7-8:30 p.m. in the SinClair Gallery inside NWC’s … more
The Park County Travel Council has authorized the hiring of a new brand content creator and coordinator with the hopes of saving money by trimming subcontractor expenses. The hire could save the … more
The Park County Libraries will host a special visit from author Cat Urbigkit. She will be presenting at   6 p.m. on Feb. 5 in the Cody Library, and at 5:30 p.m. on Feb. 6 in the Powell Library. … more
A Laramie lawyer has appealed the dismissal of his attempt to bar former President Donald Trump and U.S. Sen. Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyo., from the Wyoming ballot to the Wyoming Supreme Court.  … more
The Western Landowners Alliance (WLA) and Sheridan County Conservation District (SCCD) invite the public and local producers to a happy hour and panel discussion that celebrates working lands. The … more
Powell Valley Healthcare is experiencing an unusual phone dysfunction, and is asking people to come into the clinic or hospital to communicate … more
Authorities say they’ve identified the two young men who committed a string of auto burglaries in Cody last summer. Earlier this month, Park County prosecutors filed charges against two … more
This story is about cars, and I ask you, “what’s not to like about cars?” It seems I’ve been a car guy all my life, not only in my everyday life but my work life as well, but … more
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