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Black-tailed prairie dog burrows pock-mark a 40-acre parcel of barren plain on this isolated, little-known government compound north of Fort Collins, Colorado. Although they’re welcome here, … more
Powell’s Diamond Wings Upland Game Birds, LLC — which recently launched and then dropped a controversial attempt to raise sage grouse — has changed hands. Dennis Brabec, a … more
Powell was very well-represented on Wyoming’s trade mission to Taiwan earlier this month. Gov. Matt Mead was joined on the trip by Val Murray of Murraymere Farms and Forrest and Seaton Smith … more
Construction of a new agricultural facility at Powell High School may begin as soon as next spring. The Powell school board recently voted to move forward with the project, hiring Point Architects … more
Last week, the Wyoming Secretary of State’s Office answered one of the lingering questions about August’s election: Just how many voters switched their political affiliation to … more
It is not an understatement to say that Northwest College’s student body has an international flavor to it. Not only does NWC have 55 international students from 26 different countries … more
The sounds of a Lyon & Healy Centennial harp being plucked by the matron’s fingers travel from room to room in this 100-year-old home like a melodic tour through time. The heavenly music … more
A tiny whimsical cottage on North Douglas Street looks like it belongs in a storybook — which is quite fitting, given its purpose. Within its brightly colored walls, the little home holds … more
When the massive Copperleaf subdivision was first proposed in 2004, it drew protests and legal challenges that dragged out for years. Then, the housing market tanked and the whole project fell into … more
P ark County residents and businesses have been buying enough stuff that an extra 1 percent sales tax could end next spring — six months earlier than expected. When voters approved the … more
Like any first-time hunter, Lucas Young needed help if he was ever going to be able to successfully harvest a deer. Young had to prove himself accurate with a rifle, but there’s a lot more … more
Several years of hard work to bring a four-year agriculture degree program to Powell is about to produce a bountiful harvest. Northwest College President Stefani Hicswa announced last week that … more
A recent decline in enrollment at Northwest College — and a decrease in the number of students living in NWC’s residence halls — is delaying the college’s plans for renovating … more
Although local sugar beet crops are coming up short of projected yields, Mark Bjornestad, senior agriculturist for Western Sugar Cooperative, is all smiles at this point in the 2018 harvest in the … more
A local man who was working on a project to repair the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway died Friday night after his haul truck crashed into a creek. Ronald “Ronny” Frankenberry II — a former … more
Watching demolition derby drivers attempt to cause as much damage to their competition’s cars as possible can be tough on mothers. What could be tougher? Going up against your children in … more
With enrollment at Northwest College down 10 percent from last fall — and more than 30 percent below its peak in almost a decade ago — NWC President Stefani Hicswa announced a … more
Once again grizzly bears are under federal management, and with change comes new protocols for human-bear conflicts. Hanging in the balance is a grizzly’s life — whether a bear is … more
Roughly 1,300 voters in the Cody area who’d requested absentee ballots are being sent new ones after Park County elections officials discovered an error with the original versions. Around 100 … more
Plans to build a new hotel and conference center on Powell’s western edge with a mixture of private and public funding should soon become a reality: On Thursday morning, The Wyoming State Loan … more
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