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Legislature may enforce tax on internet sales

Get ready to start paying taxes on orders from — and other online retailers could be next.

Gov. Matt Mead announced Thursday that, as part of an agreement with the state, Amazon will begin collecting tax on its sales to Wyoming consumers and businesses on March 1.

Wolves are making headlines again, or at least their champions and adversaries are.    

College bus collides with cows, power pole

Gillette College women’s basketball team members escape serious injury

A bus driver and four members of the Gillette College women’s basketball team were transported to West Park Hospital in Cody Saturday night after the bus they were in collided with three cows and a power pole near Emblem.

Powell snowed in again

Old Man Winter still has a strong grip on Powell and the surrounding area, evidenced by an estimated 6-7 inches of snow dumped by another blizzard-like storm Tuesday night and Wednesday.

Education in budget crisis

Lawmakers work on $400 million deficit

As lawmakers grapple with how to fund K-12 education in Wyoming — which faces a roughly $400 million annual shortfall — budget cuts are inevitable.

The Pryor Mountains can support another five to 15 head of mustangs, according to a new reckoning by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.

The year 2017 opened with the unveiling of concrete steps toward construction of what would be Powell’s largest lodging facility.

Crandall logging to thin budworms

It’s a tough time to be a tree in the Shoshone National Forest.

Spruce beetles, Douglas-fir beetles, mountain pine beetles, mistletoe and Comandra rust have all been taking a toll on the forest’s vegetation. However, it’s now the western spruce budworm ravaging trees in the Sunlight/Crandall area.

Powell man gets probation for assaulting wife

Persuaded by evidence that the crime may have been due to brain injuries, a judge has put a Powell man on probation for severely beating his wife in 2015.

Tuesday marked the first meeting of the new year for the Powell City Council, but it may have also marked the last meeting for Mayor Don Hillman for a few months.

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