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A source of funding for outdoor recreation and wildlife habitat projects that’s brought more than $132 million to local Wyoming communities could dry up by the end of the month. The problem … more
A hiker was attacked and injured by a bear in the Beartooth Mountains on Sunday afternoon. The 48-year-old man, Bradley D. Johnson of Plymouth, Minnesota, received "severe injuries to his arm, shoulder and back." more
Wildlife managers are currently trying to trap a "large male grizzly" that's reportedly been roaming the western part of the City of Cody. more
Kevin Lineback was supposed to be in his Ford, heading north to Billings for a golf date at sunrise, but this is Wyoming. Having chores, Lineback headed out his back door at 6:30 a.m Tuesday to … more
Early on the morning of Sept. 6, 1918, the original frame home of the Powell Tribune burned to the ground — a fire completely destroying the contents of the building and the newspaper’s … more
Bank of the West’s decision to cut ties with certain fossil fuels has government agencies across Wyoming cutting ties with the bank. State Treasurer Mark Gordon and Gov. Matt Mead have … more
Peter Mangolds just might be proof that you can have your cake and eat it, too. Mangolds works as a ranger at Yellowstone National Park — but once the work day is done, he trades his ranger … more
Powell schools are packed. “We have a whole bunch more kids this year than we did last year,” said Jay Curtis, superintendent of Park County School District No. 1. The district … more
Thirty-six hours before hunters were to set their sights on grizzlies in Idaho and Wyoming, a federal judge issued a temporary restraining order that delayed trophy hunts of Greater Yellowstone … more
While Wyoming officials continue to work toward the start of the state’s first grizzly hunt in more than 40 years, a federal judge in Montana could theoretically halt the hunt in its tracks … more
This (Thursday) afternoon at the White House, Park County commissioners Tim French and Loren Grosskopf will be among a handful of Wyoming and North Dakota officials getting the undivided attention of … more
The Smith Mansion — that “crazy house” near Wapiti — is for sale. And new owners could easily erase the structure from the North Fork landscape. For $750,000, the house and … more
Scientists rushed to the Buffalo Bill Reservoir this spring to recover the remains of a Columbian mammoth, but they wound up also finding evidence of four other species from the Ice Age. Bones and … more
With the Park County Detention Center no longer packed with inmates, county officials are again entertaining the idea of possibly housing inmates from Carbon County, Montana. “It’s … more
Boosting enrollment and enhancing cybersecurity were two of Northwest College President Stefani Hicswa’s major points of focus in her State of the College address to NWC employees and trustees … more
A 10-year-old boy from Washington state was reportedly attacked and injured by a grizzly bear in Yellowstone National Park on Thursday morning. Park officials say the boy and his family were a half-mile … more
Buoyed by overwhelming support in Park County, longtime Powell educator R.J. Kost defeated incumbent state Sen. Ray Peterson, R-Cowley, in Tuesday’s Republican primary election. Peterson … more
Among 10 choices for the Park County Commission, Republican voters picked incumbent Joe Tilden of Cody, Dossie Overfield of Cody and Lloyd Thiel of Clark in Tuesday’s primary … more
After a successful first season with the Powell High School girls’ swim team, Lady Panthers head coach Bob Smartt is relying on a youth movement to duplicate that team’s success. Last … more
Election night was a good night to be an incumbent in Powell. In the city’s four primary races for mayor and three city council seats, the three incumbents — Mayor John Wetzel, Ward II … more
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