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After bullying hits close to home, NWC men’s soccer team rallies around cause

Northwest College men’s head soccer coach Stan Rodrigues knew something was up when he ran into one of his players on campus.

With about an hour left in the tournament, Powell’s Terry and Brenda Mari were nervous. The four-time champions didn’t have a full stringer — six fish for the two-day tournament.

County jail continuing to fill up

With the number of inmates continuing to rise, Park County will have to expand its jail in the near future, Sheriff Scott Steward predicts.

Officers from multiple law enforcement agencies spent several hours Wednesday night responding to what turned out to be a bogus report of a shooting at the Super 8 hotel.

Yellowstone via snowmobile

Local company one of few options to enter Yellowstone in winter

Make no mistake, any trip into the mountains and valleys of Yellowstone National Park is an adventure. 

After months of negotiation and red tape, the license of KNWT Trapper Radio — formerly the campus radio station of Northwest College — has been transferred to Wyoming Public Media.

Flu season ramping up

This year’s influenza season continues to worsen across the country, and Wyoming and Park County are no exceptions.

ExpressCare’s future unclear

With a decrease in the number of patients seen at Powell Valley Healthcare’s ExpressCare Clinic, PVHC leaders are considering other options for meeting same-day patient needs.

For the second year in a row, a Powell High School student will represent Wyoming in Washington, D.C.

U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney is preparing a new bill or a series of bills designed to force a decision on Wyoming’s Wilderness Study Areas (WSA) — including High Lakes in Park County — and fight for mechanized use in the areas.

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