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Local Wyoming Game and Fish Department fisheries managers brought out the big guns for a meeting with the public Monday — including hiring professional facilitator Tara Kuipers to run the meeting and bringing up department director Scott Talbott from Cheyenne.

As lawmakers have discussed whether Wyoming’s K-12 schools should teach computer science, they’ve looked at Powell for insight and answers.

Powell man sent to prison for making meth

A Powell man has been sentenced to prison for possessing materials used for manufacturing small quantities of methamphetamine back in 2016.

A half-dozen Powell Police officers are flagrantly violating the department’s uniform policy to start 2018 by growing beards.

But it’s all for a good cause — namely, to benefit local Special Olympics programs.

A new writing contest will honor the work of a longtime local journalist.

The Friends of the Powell Branch Library and the Powell Tribune are partnering for a journalistic writing contest in March in memory of Gib Mathers.

Nebraska zoo plans to make the orphaned brothers the ‘heart’ of its facility

Two grizzly bear cubs — made famous by a local photographer — are now drawing more attention as the stars of a Nebraska zoo.

If Powell schools were to allow trained staff to carry concealed guns, 40 employees say they would apply, and another 48 say “maybe.”

After being on hold for more than three years, plans for a sculpture outside the Yellowstone Building at Northwest College have changed, but are moving forward.

Another step toward grizzly bear hunting

State officials have taken another step toward hosting a grizzly bear hunt later this year.

New cell tower up at Homesteader Park

Verizon tower will link with current tower at Monroe Street location

Motorists traveling on Panther Boulevard may have noticed a towering new structure near the Homesteader Park softball fields.

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