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City banners safe for now
The Powell City Council decided that doing away with the city’s Bent Street banner program just isn’t going to fly. The …
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Wyoming designates tough salamander as state amphibian
Salamanders don’t often elicit feelings of admiration. A moist, yellow and brown soft-skinned salamander says …
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Wyoming death penalty kept alive after Senate rejects repeal effort
An effort to end the death penalty in Wyoming was shot down in the Legislature on Thursday. After making it through the House by a …
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Cody area highway to be renamed for wild horses
A Cody area route will soon become the “Wild Horse Highway” after the proposal drew more ayes than “neighs” in …
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Yellowstone begins area’s first bird banding station
Efforts to study migratory and resident birds in Wyoming has taken a giant step forward, with four new bird banding stations that …
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Local Sports
Lady Trappers win on road, stumble at home
After six weeks of close and not-so-close contests, the Northwest College women’s basketball team finally shed the monkey on its …
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NWC wrestling qualifies five for nationals
Northwest College freshman grappler Daniel Jordan wrestled his way to a district championship at 285 pounds over the weekend at the …
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PHS grapplers second at 3A West Regional
With three individual champions, one runner-up and five third-place finishers, the Powell High School wrestling team placed second at …
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Lady Panthers win wild one at Lander
The first time the Powell High School girls’ basketball team squared off against Lander this season, the Lady Panthers …
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PHS cagers top Worland 50-35
The Powell High School boys’ basketball team welcomed a familiar foe to Panther Gym Tuesday, as the Panthers squared off against …
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Lady Panthers fall to Worland
The Worland Warriors jumped out to a quick lead Tuesday night against the Powell High School girls’ basketball team and never …
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Travel Guide — 2018 Check out our 2018 Travel Guide to Powell and the Greater Yellowstone Area.
Restaurant Guide — 2018 Check out our 2018 Restaurant Guide.
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Obituaries
Erik Cody Jacobs Erik Cody Jacobs, 48, of Independence, Oregon, was taken from this world on Feb. 7, 2019. He was born to Larry (Jake) and Carol Jacobs in San Diego, California, at the U.S. Naval Hospital. Erik …
Terri Moran Terri Moran, 60, of Shoshoni passed away on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019, at the Help for Health Hospice Home in Riverton, Wyoming, after a valiant battle with pancreatic cancer. Terri Leigh Caines …
Gladys Ann Noland Gladys Ann Noland, 82-year-old longtime Worland resident, passed away on Feb. 14, 2019, at the Washakie Medical Center after a brief battle with cancer. She was surrounded by her loving family. …
Ruby Lynn Hopkin Ruby Lynn Hopkin was born July 29, 1928, at home in Mantua (Deaver area), Wyoming. She passed away suddenly and unexpectedly at The Billings Clinic on Monday, Feb. 11, 2019, at age 90 from …
Candis (Moore) Peterson Candis (Moore) Peterson, 37, of Thermopolis, passed away on Feb. 7, 2019, as the result of a motor vehicle accident. She is survived by her husband, Jason Peterson; her four children, Elizabeth, …
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