Local police say Minneapolis officers' actions were 'indefensible'; residents plan Sunday rally in Cody
The death of a handcuffed, restrained black man at the hands of Minneapolis police last week continues to ripple across the country …
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Voters will likely be asked to consider new 1% sales tax
This fall, Park County voters will most likely be asked to approve a new, 1% sales and use tax to help bolster the county and …
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Movie theater reopens this weekend
After a more than two-month closure due to COVID-19, Vali Twin Cinema is reopening this weekend. Beginning Friday night, the …
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Businesses begin applying for forgiveness of PPP loans
The federal Payroll Protection Program provided nearly $660 billion in funding to American businesses during the pandemic. According …
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Powell sculptor’s work heading to Colorado park
Any day now, Jim Marsico and his wife Bernie will hop in his truck and head to Colorado with a 700-pound bighorn ram in …
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City to begin spraying for mosquitoes
As the weather warms up, the City of Powell will soon ramp up its efforts to fight mosquitoes — before the bugs start swarming …
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Powell student places third in Elks’ essay contest
Alexa Johnston of Powell placed third in the Wyoming Elks Americanism Contest this spring. Johnston’s essay was judged …
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Officials say worst of unemployment may have passed
As far as unemployment claims in the state, the worst may have passed, according to Wyoming Department of Workforce Services Director …
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Bighorn forest firefighters put out escaped campfire
Firefighters had to put out a small wildfire in Shell Canyon in the Bighorn National Forest on Sunday, after someone abandoned a …
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Powell athlete completes global health training for Special Olympics
MaryKate Herrera of Powell was one of only 10 athletes across the world selected to participate in a virtual Special Olympics Global …
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Cody Nite Rodeo slated for June 20 start date
After getting a green light from state health officials over the weekend, Cody Nite Rodeo leaders have announced that they are …
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Pioneers solid in 15-7 opening win
The 2020 season opener was a long time coming for the Powell Pioneers American Legion baseball team, but the outcome was satisfying. …
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Collins adds guard to Trapper men’s team
“I love guards.” That’s a statement you’ll hear over and over from Northwest College men’s basketball …
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Northwest adds Utah state champ as wrestling signee
The network of former Trapper wrestlers is paying dividends again in the signing of a Utah state champion to wrestle at Northwest …
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Good Old Boys, Week 2
In their second week of action at the Powell Golf Club, the Good Old Boys scored the two best net balls amid competing …
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Obituaries
Robert ‘Bob’ Korthaus Robert “Bob” Korthaus, 95, of Riverton passed away on Monday, June 1, 2020, at the Help for Health Hospice Home. A celebration of life will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 6, 2020, at …
Paula (Schiltz) Gorton Paula (Schiltz) Gorton, 71, was welcomed into Heaven on May 19, 2020, following a long battle with Alzheimer’s. She was born May 25, 1948, in Dickinson, North Dakota, daughter of Paul and …
Bettienna ‘Betty’ Kinder Bettienna “Betty” Kinder (Tamlin) of Cody passed away on Friday, May 22, at the age of 74. Betty was born on June 16, 1945, the first of four children, to the late Phillip and Pauline …
David Anthony Robertson David Anthony Robertson of Greybull died on May 13, 2020, in Burlington at the age of 22. David was born in Tooele, Utah, on May 2, 1998, to Bruce and TaMara (Cook) Robertson. David spent most of …
Delores ‘Bobby’ Patricia Fross Delores “Bobby” Patricia Fross, age 61 was born Feb. 26, 1959, in Denver, Colorado and died May 4, 2020, in Denver, Colorado. Delores was better known as Bobby or Aunt Bobby. …
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