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Connect to Community initiative to strengthen bond between Powell, NWC

On a cold, snowy morning in early February, community members gathered to discuss ideas on reinforcing Powell’s image as a “college town.”

Couple claimed school staffers ‘plotted’ to have their child taken away

A judge has tossed out a Clark couple’s lawsuit, which alleged Powell school district officials conspired to take away their child last year.

English Scouts pick Wyoming for eclipse

British invasion took three years to plan, costs thousands

Gordon Baird thought it would be a great experience for his Scout troop to see the total solar eclipse in Wyoming. So he tried to make a reservation at the Camp Buffalo Bill — the Boy Scouts of America adventure camp on the North Fork — for some fun before heading to Jackson for the astronomical event.

Residence hall’s woes adding up for NWC

Board approves another $100K to complete damage assessment of Cody Hall

What started as routine maintenance on one of Northwest College’s residence halls quickly turned south earlier this summer, with the discovery of enough water damage to necessitate closing Cody Hall for the 2017-18 school year.

After months and, in some cases, years of planning and anticipation, a total solar eclipse will arrive in Wyoming on Monday.

Aiming for the horizon

Garland pilot seeking spot among nation’s top aerobatic airplane pilots

If Dick Fennell were a painter, his framed works would be created not by broad strokes, but by agonizing endlessly over precise lines.

A judge sentenced a 20-year-old man to life in prison Thursday for killing a couple who stopped to help him alongside a road on Montana’s Crow Indian Reservation.

Growth in craft beer industry flattens

The spike in U.S. beer consumption fueled by the rise of the craft beer industry has hit at least a temporary lull.

Police bust mutton

With some citizen help, Powell police corralled a couple stray sheep at Homesteader Park last week.

Yellowstone’s hidden secret

Little known research center holds the secrets of rare park life

Those seeking to see a living specimen of Yellowstone National Park’s most rare species, Yellowstone sand verbena, are sworn to secrecy. Its location is closely guarded, and those who visit are asked not to discuss its exact whereabouts.

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