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Northwest College students, faculty, and staff will be required to wear masks when they come back to campus in the fall, according to a reopening plan the board of trustees approved Monday. The … more
The parade and beer garden may be the next Park County Fair traditions to be lost to COVID-19 this year. The fair has been drastically scaled back due to the pandemic. No carnival, grandstand … more
Chris Good, a Republican who was seeking to represent the Powell area in the Wyoming House of Representatives, announced “with a heavy heart” Wednesday that he is withdrawing from the … more
While off-duty in Cody on Saturday, the Powell Police Department’s community service officer was arrested on allegations that she drove drunk, punched her husband multiple times and prevented … more
Amid the current pandemic, attendance at both the Cody Stampede rodeo and parade sank significantly from typical years. However, “it seemed like, all in all, it went well,” Stampede Board … more
The Powell National Honor Society, American Legion Unit 26 Auxiliary and the Cody Veterans of Foreign Wars were honored last week for being part of a statewide effort to donate school supplies and … more
The stack of logs piled high on the back of the North Ingalls Street lot, just off the alley, is gradually shrinking. Chalk up another win for the wheelchair woodcutter. “They say … more
The Wyoming Veterans Commission is seeking applications from Big Horn Basin residents interested in representing Big Horn, Hot Springs, Park and Washakie counties as a commissioner. The Wyoming … more
Haley Sessions of Meeteetse has been selected as the 2020 recipient of the Wyoming Optometric Association Pre-Optometry Scholarship. Sessions received $500 to put toward her education at the … more
Four local high school graduates recently received scholarships from the Park County Republican Women to put toward their college educations. “We are so proud of them and feel very fortunate … more
The Northwest College Board of Trustees on Monday welcomed Lawrence Todd of Meeteetse as a new member. Trustees selected Todd to fill the unexpired term of Meeteetse trustee Nada Larsen, who will … more
LARAMIE (WNE) — The Laramie City Council will consider a resolution at the next available meeting that would request Albany County officials work with the state to require the wearing of masks … more
TORRINGTON (WNE) — One firefighter was treated for a hand injury and seven others narrowly escaped disaster last week when an accidental firework discharge caused an explosion at the Torrington … more
Over 230 students were named to the Sheridan College honor rolls in the spring semester, including Kourtney Rowton from Powell, who made the Vice President’s Honor Roll. To earn a place on … more
The state will enter a “cash negative situation” by the end of 2020 unless huge budget cuts are made, revenue experts recently told the Joint Appropriations Committee. A 7-10% cut … more
Gillette Municipal Court Judge Doug Dumbrill abruptly resigned during Tuesday’s Gillette City Council meeting, then got into a shouting match with the audience, most of whom were there to … more
A panel of federal judges ruled today (Wednesday) that grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem must remain under Endangered Species Act protections. The three judges on the U.S. Court … more
After steadily climbing to new heights last week, the number of active cases of COVID-19 in Park County sank on Monday, as more than a dozen people were documented as having recovered from the … more
Masked ushers and small tables with hand sanitizer greeted spectators entering the Cody Stampede arena on Wednesday night. Just beyond, a young woman, also masked, sold $5 programs from behind a … more
More than a year after an abandoned home was set ablaze and destroyed in the Willwood area, authorities have charged a 19-year-old Powell resident in connection with the May 2019 fire. Park County … more
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