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“Expected warm and sunny weather will create significant avalanche danger,” said an update from Yellowstone officials. “Conditions will be closely monitored and additional closures may occur.” Visitors should still be able to get in and … more
Commissioners voted 3-1 last month to contribute $6,000 toward planned improvements to Lighthouse. The crisis stabilization facility is run by the nonprofit Cloud Peak Counseling Center; Washakie County actually owns the building and leases it to … more
As the latest collaborative art project at PHS, the shuttle is the most ambitious one yet. “It just took it to a new level,” said Adam Hartman, a PHS senior who worked on the shuttle. Like many students, he’s always admired the art … more
For NWC President Stefani Hicswa, graduation is a bittersweet time, as she watches students who arrived as wide-eyed freshmen leave as confident graduates. “I am very proud of our graduates and all of their amazing accomplishments while they … more
The tentative deal with the group of patients is one part of a complex plan that PVHC proposed last week to resolve its pending Chapter 11 bankruptcy case. It will ultimately be up to U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Cathleen Parker to decide whether to … more
Due to an economic downturn and cuts to K-12 funding from the state, Park County School District No. 1 must trim roughly $287,000 from its 2017-18 budget, which begins July 1; the exact amount of the state reduction won’t be finalized until this … more
Team 3188 (also known as Squiggle Splat Bang) finished 14th out of 64 teams in their division at the FIRST Tech Challenge World Championship April 18-22. In addition, the team — made up of Nathaniel Whitham, Alan Merritt, Hattie Pimentel and … more
“It’s been a journey,” McArthur said. Last June, a fire destroyed the couple’s home on Quarter Horse Lane, outside of Cody. The grass fire started near a neighbor’s home. Fire crews worked to save homes in the fire’s path, and … more
Between contributions from the community and a $50,000 grant from the Daniels Fund, the manor has just about covered the entire $285,000 cost of a new three-story elevator and a diesel-powered backup generator. One donor contributed the entire cost … more
“It was meant to be just a fun little change of pace, and now it’s kind of transitioned,” said Brandon Mason, their dad. “I don’t know if they’ll ever want beds again.” The idea came about as Brandon researched ultralight … more
“It’s literally raining rocks in the canyon. ... It’s a nasty mess today,” Cody Beers, public relations specialist for the Wyoming Department of Transportation in Riverton, said Friday. WYDOT crews planned to pull out of the canyon by … more
“Even … when everything was falling apart and everything, Park County held up pretty well,” said Assessor Pat Meyer. “So we did pretty good — and we’re still doing fairly well.” Across the county, the median sales price for a … more
Last week, Dr. Matthew Hopkins was given permission to leave Park County so he can travel to a facility based in St. Paul, Minnesota. Hopkins received the court’s blessing after pleading not guilty to several charges related to a head-on crash … more
Nyah Johnson, a third-grader at Westside Elementary School, won the People’s Choice Award in the Wyoming Department of Agriculture’s 2017 Bookmark Contest. Johnson’s artwork emerged as the favorite out of a record 3,071 entries submitted … more
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