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The end of daylight saving time?

Proposed bill aims to eliminate daylight saving time throughout the cowboy state

It’s a common misconception that Benjamin Franklin invented daylight saving time — he was just being flippant when he suggested it because he didn’t like waking up early — and that’s the reasoning behind a proposal to ditch daylight saving time in the Cowboy State.

Chef for event shares love of Cajun food

Combining delicious Cajun-style food, good company, lots of fun and even more strings of beads is a proven recipe for success for Powell Medical Foundation’s annual Mardi Gras celebration.

Price of weekly fair passes to go up this year

Folks will have to pay a little more if they want to enjoy the entire Park County Fair in 2016.

A Clark man facing 16 misdemeanor counts of animal cruelty has been re-arrested in Oregon and is now awaiting extradition back to Park County, authorities say.

Predicted spring inflow to Buffalo Bill Reservoir is expected to be a little light and the Shoshone Irrigation District is easing off on projects due to less revenue.

County commissioners are trying to figure out who can use the Park County Fairgrounds for free and who has to pay.

Over their past two meetings, commissioners waived $2,830 worth of rental fees for nine upcoming events at the fairgrounds’ new exhibit hall.

Different types of fires were the No. 1 reason Powell firefighters answered the call last year, but plenty of false fire alarms kept them scrambling too.

Trading bears

Grizzly bear relocation program moves problematic bears away from populated areas

Of the 45 grizzly bears captured and relocated in Northwest Wyoming last year, most were in Park County.

A 24-year-old Powell man is alleged to have had a months-long sexual relationship with a 16-year-old girl he reportedly met during his then-job with the Cody school district.

Hula hoop fun brings awareness for mentoring

A hula hoop competition last week brought lots of smiles and laughter as youngsters and college students tried to keep their hoops looping around their waists while performing other tasks.

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