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Charlie Lawrence doesn’t remember March 23, the day his heart stopped beating.

But it’s a day others will never forget.

Powell pelted with precipitation

Powell got three-fourths of an inch of precipitation over the weekend. It fell in the form of graupel (little frozen balls of snow) on Saturday afternoon, and heavy, wet snow on Sunday morning.

Authorities arrested a Northwest College student last week on allegations that he had heroin shipped to campus with the intent of selling it.

Man arrested on third DUI charge in a year

Bail set at $100,000

For the third time in nine months, a Powell man has been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving.

A greater sage-grouse showing off his rare white feathers may not attract many hens, but he’s certainly caught the interest of wildlife watchers.

Former mayor named to City Council

Scott Mangold sworn in as Ward II representative

A familiar face in local politics has returned to City Hall, as former mayor Scott Mangold has been named to the vacant seat on the City Council.

2016 was another busy year for the Powell Police Department, with a slight rise in incident reports and citations, according to a recently released annual report.

Coulter Avenue will soon switch to single-lane traffic in each direction as crews begin a 1.26-mile highway improvement project.

Powell airport drone facility canceled

City of Powell withdraws application for WBC grant

A plan to build a new drone manufacturing facility at the Powell Municipal Airport with a mix of public and private dollars has been canceled.

Strong 2016 hunting season

25,852 elk harvested across Wyoming last year

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department predicted that the 2016 hunting season would be a good one for hunters, and that prediction rang true last fall: Wyoming hunters harvested the second-highest number of elk in recent history. Harvests were up for other species as well.

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