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A Clark woman was killed in a single-vehicle rollover crash on the evening of June 23 near the intersection of County Road 1AB and Bunn Lane in Clark, according to a press release from the Park County Sheriff Office.

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court declared Friday that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the United States, a historic culmination of decades of litigation over gay marriage and gay rights generally.

Memories abound for PHS Alumni

Since the Powell High School Alumni Association’s weekend affords a golden opportunity for old friends to wax nostalgic, why not join a few now for a walk down memory lane?

The rivalry between Powell and Cody schools occasionally culminated in mischief.

Mule sells for $61K at auction

Two record sales made at 2015 Mule Days

There are a lot of things that can be bought for $61,000 — a new truck, an RV, a fleet of 4-wheelers, even a small house (depending on the location) — but, on Sunday, that was how much one person bid for a mule at Jake Clark’s Mule Days.

Northwest College is losing a combined 268 years of faculty and administrative experience as a result of 10 employee retirements this year. 

An additional 247 years of experience at the college was lost last year with the retirement of 11 more employees.

Powell’s early schools

Powell High School Alumni Association is celebrating its 100th anniversary this weekend.

Longer-serving Park County employees will be getting a little more time off in the coming years.

County commissioners decided last week — in a razor-thin 3-2 vote — to increase the amount of vacation time offered to staffers who’ve worked five or more years.

BioBlitz weekend of knowledge

While tasked with identifying plants and animals around Heart Mountain for BioBlitz, “citizen scientists” learned a little about biodiversity in their backyard. 

Journey across grasslands

The journey examining the life and challenges of grasslands around the globe took less than one hour.

The lure of a Sante Fe man’s hidden gold got a pair of out-of-state residents stranded in some North Fork backcountry on Sunday — making it two out of three summers that they’ve had to be rescued from the area.

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