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Despite “a few bumps in the road,” the 2015 Park County Fair went pretty well, said Teecee Barrett, a member of the Park County Fair Board. “I think we had a pretty good fair.”
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It isn’t every night a guy gets paid to wreck every car that stands in his way, but Terry Vaughn did just that.
Vaughn bashed his way to the top of the heap in the Lions Club Demolition Derby at the Park County Fair Saturday night.
Park County officials excitedly christened a new multi-use exhibit hall at the Park County Fairgrounds on Tuesday evening.
Overcoming some early weather delays, crews under contractor Synergy Construction readied the main section of the building just in time for fair use ...
Nagging injuries have followed Riley Stringer, but have not robbed him of his passion.
The 2015 graduate of Powell High School is still on course for the next challenge of his athletic career: a dream to play football for the University of Wyoming.
A shooter killed two people and wounded a third in a small town on the Crow Indian Reservation in southeastern Montana, authorities said Wednesday.
A suspect was arrested hours later near Meeteetse, FBI spokesman Todd Palmer said. He did not identify the suspected shooter or the victims, and it was unclear what led to the shooting.
Everything is affected by the price of oil, and as of Monday, the price of oil was lower than it has been since the dramatic price drop at the start of 2009.
Prosecutors plan to seek prison time for a former Powell resident who provided heroin to a man who later died of a drug overdose.
A powerful storm system caused significant damage in the Bighorn Mountains on Monday afternoon.
The National Weather Service had received reports of seven damaged camping vehicles as of Monday night, said Chris Hattings, a weather service meteorologist in Riverton.
Steve Burmaster heads athletics and P.E. departments
In 1994, he had Wyoming license plates on his red Chevy truck, and his course was set for a coaching position at Northwest College in Powell.
It took three wins in one long night of softball, but My Auto battled back from the loser’s bracket to take the title at the Powell Recreation District Men’s League Softball Tournament.
Smelly, slippery and squealing — the pigs were back for another round of wrestling at the Park County Fair on Tuesday night.
Though their most recent bout ended with a loss, the local Heart Mountain Wreck on Wheels roller derby team has been on something of a roll this season.
On Monday, the price of oil hit about $47 per barrel — meanwhile, the price of gasoline was still about the same as it has been for months.
Thumbs up to the new multi-use building at the Park County Fairgrounds.
County commissioners and fair leaders celebrated the facility with a ribbon-cutting Tuesday afternoon, and fairgoers are getting their first look at the new exhibit space this week.
It’s the last full week in July, and here in Powell, that means one thing: the Park County Fair.
During the fair, we celebrate decades-long traditions and relive some of our favorite memories.
It was 125 years ago this week that Wyoming was established as a state, and the world was forever changed. It seems that 1890 was a good year for new beginnings.
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