Powell, WY


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NWC welding program going strong

Ramsey Green of Billings worked a landscaping job to earn a living while he attended physical therapy classes in Salt Lake City.

A Cody woman is facing a felony child endangerment charge after authorities reportedly found methamphetamine in the system of her 6-month-old baby last year.

One new bike brings two girls happiness

Eighteen new bicycles were given away Saturday at the annual Easter egg hunt at the Park County Fairgrounds — but one bike was given away twice.

Work is underway today (Tuesday) to attempt to patch a moisture-related slide near Dead Indian Creek on the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway (Wyo. Highway 296).

With the State of Wyoming trimming back its funding for K-12 education, the Powell school district is looking at what to cut and what to keep in its budget.

A brief history of the grizzly

Former Game & Fish supervisor lays out past, present and future of species

After a 30-year career with Wyoming Game and Fish spent working with large carnivores, Mark Bruscino maintains an interest in animal management — especially grizzly bears.

Fees ahead for student activities?

Should spectators pay to attend a Powell High School athletic event?

The Powell school board considered that question during budget discussions last week, not reaching an answer.

Biking across a couple thousand miles over the coming weeks will be at once a fundraiser, a kind of personal therapy and an adventure for Paul Blough of Cody.

With the help of his security system — and local authorities — a Ralston area homeowner was able to catch a burglar from more than 300 miles away last week.

Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett — the blue-collar protagonist of a series of Western crime novels by Wyoming native C.J. Box — has a knack for being in the wrong place at the wrong (or right) time.

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