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The rally featured several local speakers, followed by music and a march down Sheridan Avenue. It was an ocean of red, white and blue, as many supporters carried flags and hand-made signs in support of the president, reading messages such as … more
Cathy Morris, her boyfriend, Charles Adams and their 10-year-old daughter had gone out to eat that evening while the other four children were at friends’ houses. While they were gone, the light fixture in their rented house shorted out and … more
Around 28 citizens attended the “office hours” hosted by field representatives for Sens. Mike Enzi and John Barrasso and Rep. Liz Cheney — a dramatic increase from typical meetings — and many attendees took aim at the country’s direction … more
The ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia reverses a lower-court judge who sided with environmental groups and rejected Wyoming's wolf management plan. It wasn't immediately clear how quickly the ruling might put into … more
“Well,” Fish soon called up. “I found the dolls.” The Park County Sheriff’s Office and DCI combed over the trailer on Feb. 17; they were looking for more than $13,200 worth of property — including three dozen collectible porcelain … more
That was the conclusion of architects with Plan One and Nexus, who detailed those options for the NWC Board of Trustees during a recently completed level one planning process. The cost to build a new student center all at once — including the … more
While the world changed dramatically since then, the Capitol building did not keep up. The Capitol is more than 125 years old, but “the building has never had a comprehensive renovation,” said Wendy Madsen, with the Wyoming Legislative … more
So — with the help of a helicopter crew, a couple trailers and a slew of personnel and volunteers — the Wyoming Game and Fish Department recently did the logical thing: capturing 24 sheep in the Devil Canyon area and shuttling 22 of them south … more
But, asks Park County Public Health Nurse Manager Bill Crampton, “What do we do if a bunch of people are stupid and get eye injuries?” As part of his preparations for August’s eclipse, Crampton has wondered if the Powell and Cody hospitals … more
Spurred by a request from a family, the city recently added a security fence to the perimeter of Beartooth Park and is exploring the feasibility of making it one that caters to children living with disabilities — complete with sensory-stimulating … more
Not because of the play of the Trappers; the home team was knocking around the Pioneers pretty good at that point, holding a comfortable 42-27 lead at the break. No, Gary was nervous for an entirely different reason. After all, how often do you … more
The couple celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary in June and their 83rd birthdays a month later. “We’ve had a lot of good times together,” said Janie  (Anderson) Faxon. Early years Don and Janie don’t remember exactly when they … more
The vote was conducted at Tuesday’s council meeting, filling the void left by the untimely death of Mayor Don Hillman. Hillman died Feb. 4 following a battle with cancer. Councilman Jim Hillberry was named council president, also by a unanimous … more
“It might be one of those 100-year deals,” Ernie Marsh said Wednesday. “No one remembers a flood like this right here,” off Spence Oil Road between Greybull and Lovell. “Even the county sheriff doesn’t remember (a flood) here.” Ice … more
John L. Marquez — the man alleged to have actually shot and then dismembered Juan Antonio Guerra-Torres — recently received an Oct. 23 trial date. Marquez, 53, has denied allegations of first-degree murder and conspiring to commit … more
Reps. Dan Laursen and David Northrup, both Powell area Republicans, fielded a variety of queries from a crowd of 40 to 50 residents at the Powell Branch Library. The two lawmakers disagreed on a couple of hot topics raised by the audience: … more
Southwick Associates, a private outdoor recreation and economics firm, recently concluded that those hunters contributed more than $303.5 million to the state’s economy and supported 3,100 jobs. “With the decline in energy revenue, tourism is … more
Park County residents voted in November to raise its sales tax from 4 to 5 percent to fund $13.68 million worth of projects across the county — including $4.25 million to widen Absaroka Street. The tax increase will begin April 1, but City … more
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