Group seeks help to continue serving disabled hunters
When Dan Jordan saw a huge muley buck walk out of the brushy bottoms a couple hundred yards away, he couldn’t believe his eyes. …
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PHS named a state winner in Samsung contest
A group of Powell High School students recently won a statewide award in a STEM contest for an innovative greenhouse project …
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Local COVID case numbers going up again
Cases of COVID-19 are continuing to rise in Park County, with the number of local residents actively infected with the disease more …
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WYDOT message draws complaints
WYDOT announced seemingly uncontroversial plans in late December to use message signs to remind motorists of posted speed limits and …
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Burlington author to discuss memoir at Powell Library
Melissa Cook walked into the Powell Tribune smiling from ear to ear; from both ears hung miniature versions of her new book, …
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Police again using beards to raise funds
The Powell Police Department is again participating in the annual Donate to Insulate fundraiser to support Special Olympics Wyoming …
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BSF starts in Powell and Cody
Bible Study Fellowship International is currently holding Bible studies on the book of Matthew. Classes are available for men, women …
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Bighorn Basin Outdoor Recreation Collaborative continues work
In late November and early December, Wyoming Outdoor Recreation’s six Collaboratives met for their bi-monthly meetings. …
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Game and Fish schedules mule deer meetings
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will host two public meetings this month to discuss mule deer management in the Upper Shoshone …
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Panthers drop home duals with Montana
Panther wrestling was back in town Tuesday, as the grapplers welcomed two top Montana teams: Huntley Project — the state’s …
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JV boys off to strong start
A young junior varsity Panther boys’ basketball team that only features four juniors has risen to the challenge early in the …
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Sweeney to sign with division II soccer program
Panther forward Hawkin Sweeney is set to sign with NCAA division II Western Oregon University (WOU) in Monmouth, Oregon, to continue …
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NWC Trapper sports return this weekend
Northwest College sports teams are back in action this weekend. Both Trapper basketball squads will host their final non-region games …
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Eighth grade girls season shows continued growth
A mostly inexperienced eighth grade girls’ basketball team ended the season on a high after showing continued growth throughout …
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Panther Fish finish on top
A weekend full of home competition brought out dozens of personal best times for the Panther swim team as well as another qualifier …
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Obituaries
Brady Layne Herdt Brady Layne Herdt, son of Barry and Tawnya Herdt, passed away into the arms of the Lord on Jan. 8, 2022, in Gillette, Wyoming.  Brady was born on March 14, 1991, in Torrington Wyoming. He …
Sherburne William Blake Sherburne William Blake, a longtime resident of Powell, passed away peacefully of natural causes on the morning of Dec. 28, 2021. For the past 10 years, he had resided in Marietta, Georgia. Sherburne …
James E. Paben James (Jim) E. Paben passed away peacefully at home Jan. 11, 2022. He was born in Nebraska City, Nebraska, on Oct. 6, 1941, to Joseph and Mary Antonia (Tony) Paben.  Jim grew up in Mitchell, …
Roy Edward Morrison Jr.  Roy Edward Morrison Jr, 56, of Powell, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Jan. 9, 2022, in Billings, Montana. Roy was born May 17, 1965, in Hilo, Hawaii, and moved to Powell with his …
Leonard  L Ackland Leonard  L Ackland, 87, passed away at his home in Powell on Dec. 27, 2021.  A memorial service will take place on Saturday, Jan. 15, 2022, at 10 a.m., at Glad Tidings Assembly of God …
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