Park County homes continued to gain value in 2014 — which will likely mean somewhat higher property tax bills this year.
Park County Assessor Pat Meyer says residential properties in Powell and Cody generally rose in value by 3 to 5 percent between 2013 and 2014.
A visit to a park is a very different experience for John Douglas than it is for most people.
Restaurant owner interested in license for bowling alley
Can a businessman hold an interest in more than one liquor license in Powell?
That’s a question the Powell City Council will consider in coming weeks.
Park County officials are looking for some volunteers to help ensure the show goes on at the 2015 fair.
A number of new superintendents are needed, and there are three vacancies on the county fair board.
Relaxed rules for winter visits to Yellowstone National Park proved something of a boon for the park’s eastern gate.
Question: What do you get when you take marshmallow Peeps, bread dough, a petri dish, chocolate and a variety of other objects and launch them into the atmosphere with a massive weather balloon?
Answer: A very unique class project.
The public has an opportunity to voice its opinions on a variety of conservation issues in a Wednesday, April 29, meeting before federal government representatives from Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE) agencies.
County fair director let go ahead of schedule
The Park County Fair recently got a new leader and now, it’s getting a mostly brand-new board, too.
Because a number of bears are frequenting the area, The Nature Conservancy has temporarily closed the Heart Mountain hiking trail for the sake of public safety.
Grizzly and black bears are in the area, but the biggest concern is grizzlies, said Brian Peters, who manages Heart Mountain Ranch with his wife, Carrie.
After much anticipation, renovation of the house that will serve as Northwest College’s Intercultural Center is complete, and the center will begin operating this fall.
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