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An ordinance banning the handheld use of cellphones while driving within Powell city limits passed unanimously on its final reading at Monday’s City Council meeting, but not before a resident had his say on the matter.

A judge has declined to reduce the sentence of a Powell woman who’s serving 10 to 18 years in prison in connection with the murder of her husband.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has proposed changes to the number of elk licenses nonresidents can draw and the way they are issued.

State to consider applications for captive breeding programs

Hours after sunset, Karl Bear and a few farm hands began their work. With an order for 1,000 game birds due in Billings before sunrise, it promised to be a long night of work Friday with few hours of rest.

Donors could boost college

NWC Foundation starts preparing possible $8 million campaign for performing arts, student centers

A preliminary plan to mount a multi-year, multi-million dollar fundraising campaign for two of Northwest College’s oldest and most frequently used buildings is starting to form.

World War II vet recalls war and ski-jumping

Skiing off a ledge and soaring through the air until gravity brought him down was both a challenge and a thrill for Jack Levandoski of Powell.

John Stalick’s favorite number is 11.

“I just like the way it looks,” Stalick, of Cody, said last week.

NWC Carillon Tower project sparks debate

A Northwest College landmark was the subject of spirited conversation at Monday’s monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees, as board members discussed whether to spend $280,000 repairing the carillon at the center of campus.

When you don’t have family nearby, Thanksgiving can be a lonely day.

But no one in Powell has to be alone for the Thanksgiving holiday. Those who don’t have a private family holiday gathering are welcome to enjoy a traditional turkey dinner with all the trimmings at the 18th annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner at the Park County Fairgrounds. The meal will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 23.

Game and Fish was well-prepared for eclipse

The state’s top game warden took planning for the influx of total solar eclipse fans seriously. After years of countless meetings, followed by the supervision of several teams protecting state land and assisting the hoards chasing the sun and moon, Brian Nesvik has realized he may have over-planned.

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