Redistricting debated at Corporations Committee meeting
The Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions committee met last week to begin wrestling with the contentious issue of how to …
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COVID case numbers drop, death count rises
The number of Park County residents actively infected with COVID-19 dropped significantly over the past week, though state officials …
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Acts of kindness at NWC helped put dancer on path to success
Northwest College’s annual Taste the Nations event last week showcased the college’s international diversity with dishes …
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Snow, mud slow sugar beet dig
Harvest of area sugar beets was pretty much brought to a halt early this week by wet snow and muddy fields. In addition, …
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Man denies charge alleging that he drunkenly crashed into motorcyclist
A Ralston man is tentatively scheduled for an early 2022 trial on allegations that he drunkenly crashed into and seriously injured a …
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Historic Ranching in the Wapiti Valley covered in talk
At an upcoming talk, Bob Richard will share stories spanning 75 years of ranching in the Wapiti Valley west of Cody. The third …
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School bus slides off slick road
A Powell school bus driver and student were not injured when a bus slid off a slick road around 6:30 a.m. Tuesday. The bus had …
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Free parenting seminar offered at Cody church
As part of an effort to serve parents, Veritas Academy and Cody CMA church are partnering together to bring Tedd Tripp to Cody for a …
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Veterans assistance coming to Powell
A state of Wyoming veterans service officer from the Wyoming Veterans Commission will conduct community outreach services around …
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NWC women’s soccer splits home matchups
Coming off a pair of conference losses, the Trapper women’s soccer team was looking to get back on track as they took on Central …
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Martial arts youth excel at Cody tournament
Big Horn Martial Art’s academy students made a short trip to Cody last weekend to compete in different practices, including …
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Trapper men drop home match
Conceding preventable goals has been a theme all season long for the Trapper men’s soccer team, and that trend continued to …
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NWC basketball shows promise in preseason games
Heading down to Windsor, Colorado, is a difficult trip to make as the first competition of the season, but the Trapper men’s …
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NWC esports earns first program victory
Victory never tasted sweeter for the Northwest College esports team as the squad won its first-ever competition last month. The …
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Swimmers move to 8-0 on season
A season to remember continued over the weekend, as the Panther swim team continued its dominance in Buffalo. A total of 21 Panthers …
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Obituaries
Charles Sherman Sheets Charles Sherman Sheets passed away peacefully at the Long Term Care Center in Cody, on Oct. 09, 2021. Charles was 92 years old.  Charles was born in Powell on June 14, 1929, to Horal Bryan …
Paul Russell Cross Paul Russell Cross, of Powell, was welcomed into the loving arms of Yahweh, his most beloved creator on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021.  Paul was born April 15, 1954 in Cheyenne, Wyoming, to Nelson …
Darrell Don Gates Darrell Don Gates (Double D) was born Sept. 25, 1943 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Double D was a sincere, hardworking, kind-hearted simple man. He grew up on the south side of Powell, and graduated …
Phyllis Ballinger Lundvall Phyllis Lundvall passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 12 at the Powell Valley Care Center. A full obituary will follow and services will be held at a later date. Thompson Funeral Home and Cremation Services …
Kenneth Wayne Baker Kenneth Wayne Baker — father, husband, grandfather and great-grandfather — passed from this life while in the nursing home in Powell on Oct. 9, 2021. He was surrounded by family. Ken was …
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    • The power of groups

      Some of you kept your in-person social and economic groups going through the COVID crisis, hoping the virus would not land and spread through …

    • The perspective that praise gives us

      For many people, these recent days have been troubling and concerning. It is really easy to get our eyes off the things we should be focused on …

    • IRS wants to spy on your bank accounts

      Democrats in Washington are planning a far-reaching Big Brother initiative to squeeze every last penny out of everyday Americans. They need more …

    • Allow me to introduce myself

      Well, it has been a very busy three, almost four weeks since I moved to Powell to take over the sports reporter position here at the Tribune. So …