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Changes in regulations that will affect millions of acres of federal sage grouse habitat across the West are being praised by Western governors, including Wyoming’s Gov. Matt Mead. The new … more
Northwest College hopes to add a new program that would help prepare students to be game wardens or other conservation-oriented positions in law enforcement. The NWC Board of Trustees voted Monday … more
After months of work by a group of citizens, Powell appears on its way to getting a dog park. Last week, the Powell City Council gave preliminary approval to a plan that would turn a three-quarter … more
The harvest of wolf 926F during the Montana hunting season reignited a firestorm of calls to end hunting of the species — or at least making a wide buffer zone around Yellowstone National … more
A Cody man has been ordered to pay $1,855 for killing a gray wolf in the state’s trophy zone without a license — and then attempting to pretend he’d taken the animal legally. In … more
Facing one of its toughest decisions — if not the toughest decision — of the year, the Powell City Council voted to award the city’s last remaining retail liquor license to the … more
Leslie Schreiber’s path to becoming Wyoming’s top expert on sage grouse began curiously, with venomous snakes in southern Indiana. About a decade ago, while studying the spacial … more
Recent research into the movements of big game animals across the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem has yielded a slew of findings, with many of them now laid out in a new book. Published by the … more
In the early morning hours of Sunday, Nov. 25, Autumn Rivera texted her sister to say she and her boyfriend were on their way home from a club — and were fighting again about their … more
President George H.W. Bush and former U.S. Sen. Al Simpson shared many personal and touching moments, including a snowball fight on the last night of the elder Bush’s presidency at the White … more
It’s hard to think of Richard M. Nixon without immediately thinking of how his doomed presidency ended. Fifty years later, few recall the administration’s role in creating legislation … more
Should a piece of state-owned land in Clark be sold to a private buyer and put back on the tax rolls? Made available for cattle grazing and farming? Remain exclusively dedicated to public recreation … more
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is considering its options as a deadline nears to appeal a U.S. District Court ruling that relisted the Yellowstone area’s grizzly bears under the Endangered … more
A 22-year-old man reportedly walked into the Powell police station Tuesday and informed law enforcement personnel that he had killed his girlfriend in Colorado. Jonathan E. Akin, of the Denver area, … more
Country Christmas festivities promise to make this weekend merry and bright in Powell. The annual holiday weekend features a gift show, lighted parade, Christmas tree lighting, Tour of Homes and … more
Park County should be well-represented in the Wyoming Legislature on issues related to education, agriculture and travel in the coming years. For the 2019 and 2020 sessions of the Legislature, local … more
As chronic wasting disease continues to move through the state, Wyoming wildlife biologists warn Park County deer herds could see a rise in prevalence within the next few … more
On Monday night, the developer of the Powell Clocktower Inn pitched Powell City Council members as to why the planned hotel and conference center needs the city’s last available retail liquor … more
Despite opposition from Democratic lawmakers, a bill that would remove protections and restrictions from hundreds of thousands of acres of wilderness-like lands across Wyoming passed a House … more
Approaching the 70th year of her crusade to care for our less fortunate neighbors, Sally Montoya is searching for a miracle. “If I could win the lottery, I would buy a big building and we … more
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