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Barrett hired as events coordinator

Park County commissioners didn’t have to look far to find the next person to oversee the annual fair and other county events.

Restaurant sets sights on spring opening

A Cody restaurant is expanding to downtown Powell, as Millstone Pizza Company & Brewery plans to move soon into the building that housed Hansel and Gretel’s Restaurant for decades.

CHEYENNE (AP) — A bill that would have allowed people to sue their employers if their policies about LGBTQ people conflicted with their religious or moral convictions is being withdrawn by its sponsors.

Scouts master survival skills

Who better to rescue a winter accident victim than a troop of always-prepared Boy Scouts, provisioned amply with winter survival training?

Second guilty plea in Badger Basin murder

The second of three defendants charged in connection with a 2014 murder in Badger Basin — and subsequent mutilation of the victim’s body —  has reached a plea agreement with prosecutors.

A firsthand view of history

Christmas gift from children sent Powell couple to Donald Trump’s inauguration

Flying across the country, walking several miles around Washington, D.C., and standing for hours amid a crowd of hundreds of thousands of people was all worth it for a Powell couple who attended President Donald Trump’s inauguration Friday.

On a day that saw an estimated half-million demonstrators participate in the Women’s March on Washington, the Park County Women and Allies March joined similar events around the world in solidarity, marching in downtown Cody Saturday.

No county wage hikes this year

Commission still worried about economy

Park County employees won’t be getting any raises this fiscal year.

A committee of local residents mulling how the Wilderness Study Area (WSA) in the McCullough Peaks should be managed remains in fact-finding mode.

Three members of High On Life, a Canadian group of filmmakers, will pay fines and serve five years of probation for various misdeeds in Yellowstone and other national parks; two of them will also serve a week in jail. All three are banned from national parks and public lands in the United States for five years.
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