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An unforgettable experience

Lonestar invites local couple on stage to sing ‘I’m Already There’

Before Wednesday’s Lonestar concert, Paige Schmitt and David Chavis were listening to the band in their car when someone walked up. Chavis rolled down the window, and to their surprise, the stranger started singing along to the music.

Texas company wins bid for VA clinic contract

Powell Valley Healthcare lost its bid last week to continue hosting the Big Horn Basin’s VA Community Based Outreach Clinic. 

Trapper radio goes silent

Lease dispute leads to shutdown of radio tower

Tuning into your favorite program on KNWT 89.1 Trapper Radio may prove to be a challenge for the foreseeable future, as a dispute over a lease has put Northwest College’s campus radio station off the air.

Prosecutors have charged two Wyoming men with animal cruelty, alleging the men did not do enough to rescue three horses after they got loose in the Shoshone National Forest last fall. One of the horses reportedly died over the winter.

Doug and ’Genie McMullan grew up as city kids, but after seeing a 300-acre home site near Deaver Reservoir, they didn’t hesitate to make an offer.

Firefighters make progress on June Fire

May burn south into Shoshone wilderness

Things are looking really good,” was a phrase that Pat Seekins, who’s helping lead June Fire operations, used several times on Sunday while describing firefighters’ progress.

Believing the local economy is picking back up, Park County commissioners are giving raises and bonuses to county employees in the coming fiscal year.

If lawmakers are going to support any new taxes to meet Wyoming’s estimated $400 million annual funding deficit for K-12 education, they want to see some budget cuts.

Chart-topping band to headline Park County Fair

It’s a journey that’s spanned a quarter-century, from cutting their teeth in Texas honky tonks in the early years to headlining sold-out arenas around the globe, playing just about every venue in between.

Firefighters plan to spend today (Friday) continuing to work to protect structures from the June Fire. An infrared flight pegged the North Fork blaze at an estimated 1,983 acres on Thursday night, after rain slowed its growth during the day.

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