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NWC hopes to raise employee pay next year

Trustees pass resolutions to make compensation a priority

After lengthy discussions on the subject, the Northwest College Board of Trustees approved a pair of resolutions that make employee raises a priority for the coming fiscal year.

Gray wolf harvest comes to end in Park County

The quota of gray wolves in the four hunt areas in the Cody region was filled on Sunday, ending the region’s first hunt since Wyoming won the right to manage wolf packs in the state earlier this year.

Cheney: Russians attacking American values

Congressional panels and a special counsel are investigating, in part, whether members of President Donald Trump’s campaign colluded with the Russian government in last year’s election. But U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., says Americans are generally “missing the real damage that the Russians have done and are doing.”

Vendors sought to operate Cody library cafe

With the Cody library’s cafe losing tens of thousands of dollars a year, Park County officials want to know: Could a private business do it better?

When Powell Golf Club Board President Jerry Herweyer began to lead the struggling course’s board in 2011, the club was facing what many considered an insurmountable debt.

Wolves are the easiest species to manage, according to the state’s top large carnivore biologist. The hardest and most time-consuming species? Humans.

Shortly after opening a dance studio, Elizabeth Fernandez wanted to bring a special performance to the community.

Monday before sunrise, Wyoming Game and Fish biologist Leslie Schreiber was stationed at a small campground 5 miles off the highway on a dusty dirt road east of Lovell. A stiff breeze made the low temperatures uncomfortable, stinging Schreiber’s cheeks and fingers, but she was pleased with the cold weather.

Nontraditional health insurance and health care options for small businesses were highlighted last week during a panel discussion in Powell.

A Mexican man has been ordered to serve two years in federal prison for acquiring dozens of guns while illegally living in the United States.

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