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Part three of an ongoing series (Part 1, Part 2)

Oil prices dropped even further to $45 per barrel on Monday, less than half their value a year ago.

PVHC to end hospice, home care services

Effective Sept. 30, Powell Valley Healthcare will no longer provide home care and hospice services to the community.

A Powell couple had a unique opportunity to watch their son land in a Chinook helicopter at Choice Aviation in Cody on Thursday as part of his flight-engineer duties with the U.S. Army.

Woman charged in fatal March crash

A 76-year-old Cowley resident has been charged with vehicular homicide in connection with allegations that she caused a fatal car crash in March.

A Montana teen drowned Saturday evening while floating on the Clark’s Fork of the Yellowstone River in the Crandall area.

A Washington woman hiking in the South Fork area had to be rescued by members of the Park County Search and Rescue Unit late Saturday night/early Sunday morning after she became stuck on a ledge.

Teton dorm fire kills employee

A dormitory fire caused one death and injured others Friday morning in Grand Teton National Park, according to a National Park Service news release.

An 18-year-old man suspected of killing two people and wounding another on the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana was apprehended between Meeteetse and Burlington on Wednesday, authorities said.

Part two of an ongoing series

The low price of oil is expected to be ongoing due to a saturated global market, and that is going to have a long-lasting impact on Big Horn Basin oil production and employment opportunities — but not quite in the way some may imagine.

It only took a couple hundred industrious youngsters to break the record — for the fourth year in a row.

Once again, livestock sold higher than the previous year at the Park County Fair’s 4-H and FFA Junior Livestock Sale on Saturday.

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