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Same-sex marriage arrives in Park County

Cody couple the first to get a license

"I just can’t believe that it’s truly happening. We did it.”

Disbelief was one of the emotions Nikki Reid was experiencing Tuesday night as she and Desiree Flowers looked over a Wyoming marriage license allowing the Cody couple to legally wed.

Sugar content up in beets

Warm weather no friend to ‘good’ harvest, which nears completion

It’s been a warm October, which most people have reveled in.

The Powell City Council was given a virtual tour Monday night of the new $2.7 million building being erected on the Park County Fairgrounds.

Rescue in the air

Sheriff’s employees help save life aboard flight

Dispatchers from Park County travel to a software conference every year, but the recent event marked the first trip in which they were called upon to save someone’s life.

Trinity Bible Church leasing space to school

The sounds of kids reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, learning the alphabet and singing songs have returned to the halls of the old Southside Elementary School building.

Food drive yields a ton more than 2013

This year’s Loaves and Fishes food drive fetched a ton more food than last year.

Wednesday night’s food drive yielded 7,898 pounds of food. The 2013 drive produced 5,884 pounds, said Cindy Balderas, Loaves and Fishes treasurer.

Powell man killed in car crash

A rollover Wednesday night took the life of a Powell man and hospitalized his passenger.

The driver, identified as Christopher Boswell, 45, of Powell, was northbound in a 2009 GMC pickup on Wyo. Highway 32, approximately 2 miles north of the junction of Wyo. Highway 32 and U.S. Highway 14-16-20 Wednesday night.

Mayor Don Hillman is fighting liver cancer.

Hillman, 72, has missed a few days of work and was not at the Oct. 6 Powell City Council meeting. But Hillman said he aims to regain his health and continue to serve as mayor.

Voters should keep Park County District Court Judge Steven Cranfill and Circuit Court Judge Bruce Waters on their respectives benches, Wyoming attorneys say.

Though not widely known, two brothers are convinced the outlaw Earl Durand knocked off a grocery store in 1938, months before his worldwide journey to both infamy and notoriety.

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